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Movies to Watch for this January and February 2019

For all you couch potatoes out there, here’s a quick look on what to expect from the big screen this 2019. Action and comedy movies seem to take center stage for 2019, but there are also horror, suspense, and animation films that will grace the summer festivities.

Check out the list of upcoming movies for the months of January and February 2019.

JANUARY 2019

The Upside:   Directed by Neil Burger.
Cast: Kevin Hart, Nicole Kidman, Bryan Cranston

Glass: Directed by M. Night Shyamalan.
Cast: Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy, Anya Taylor-Joy

The Kid Who Would Be King:  Directed by Joe Cornish.
Cast: Louis Ashbourne Serkis, Rebecca Ferguson, Patrick Stewart

What Men Want:  Directed by Adam Shankman.
Cast: Taraji P. Henson, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Max Greenfield


The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, as Directed by Mike Mitchell / Trisha Gum.
Cast: Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett

Happy Death Day 2U  Directed by Christopher Landon.
Cast: Jessica Rothe, Ruby Modine, Israel Broussard

Alita: Battle Angel:  Directed by Robert Rodriguez.
Cast: Rosa Salazar,Christoph Waltz,Jennifer Connelly


How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, as Directed by Dean DeBlois
Cast: With the voices of Jay Baruchel, Cate Blanchett, Gerard Butler, Craig Ferguson, America Ferrera
The Upside is a comedy-drama remake of the French film “The Intouchables” (2012) tells the story of a paralyzed billionaire (Bryan Cranston) who hires an ex-convict (Kevin Hart) as his caregiver. In so doing, they form a quite unlikely bond of friendship.

From the maker of the 1999 blockbuster “The Sixth Sense,” director M. Night Shyamalan once again casts Bruce Willis (David Dunn) on the mystery and suspense drama “Glass.” Also stars Samuel L. Jackson (Elijah Price) as the shadowy character Mr. Glass, James McAvoy (Kevin Wendell Crumb) and Anya Taylor-Joy (Casey Cooke), as the whirlwind of events unfolds from the crossover film “Unbreakable.”

A fantasy adventure film for the entire family, “The Kid Who Would Be King” is a smooth blend of magical adventure from the past that is relived in the modern era. Louis Ashbourne Serkis (Alex) is a local kid who is always bullied in school, suddenly finds himself in a hero’s role as he stumbles upon the mythical sword of King Arthur --- Excalibur. He assembles his friends akin to the Knights of the Round Table, and with the help of Patrick Stewart (Merlin), he battles with the evil enchantress Rebecca Ferguson (Morgana) in an attempt to save the future of mankind.

FEBRUARY 2019

This comedy picture, "What Men Want," relates how female sports agent Taraji P. Henson (Ali Davis) suddenly gain the power to hear men’s thoughts and uses them to her full advantage over the more-celebrated male sports agents’ in a race to sign NBA’s next basketball superstar.

Five years have passed after the first Lego Movie and everything seems good at Bricksburg. Then came the LEGO DUPLO®, a threat of new invaders from outer space who’s out to wreck everything. Only when the heroes of Bricksburg --- Chris Pratt (Emmet), Elizabeth Banks (Lucy), Will Arnett (Batman) --- and their friends reunite can they defeat the invaders and restore peace across the LEGO Universe.

A sequel to the horror hit “Happy Death Day” brings back Jessica Rothe (Tree Gelbman), as she relives her death as she is murdered over and over. With riveting events filled with twists and turns, this modern day horror film will keep you at the edge of your seats.

Based on the series “Battle Angel Alita” by Yukito Kishiro, this sci-fi film’s visual effects rival that of Avatar. The story revolves around a female cyborg, rescued and rebuilt by a scientist, prior to being sent out to track down criminal elements.

One of the best animated series ever produced to date, “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” serves as the conclusion to the Trilogy of How to Train Your Dragon. Toothless finds a mate, while Hiccup decides what kind of leader he will be --- with or without his dragon. Back for one last time are the voices of Jay Baruchel, Cate Blanchett, Gerard Butler, Craig Ferguson, America Ferrera, and F. Murray Abraham.

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