It’s that time again…top Netflix movies to watch now! For February, there’s something for everyone, including dramas, TV shows, documentaries, family movies and more. So as February quickly comes to an end, make sure to stream some of our top February flicks that are now streaming on Netflix.

20. The Raven

Brilliant-but-boozy author Edgar Allan Poe and a Baltimore cop try to solve a string of baffling murders inspired by his macabre short stories.

19. The King’s Speech

The biographical drama is about speech therapist Lionel Logue who helps out Britain’s King George VI with his embarrassing stutter.

18. Candyman: The David Klein Story

No it’s not the scary movie… Actually, it’s about eccentric candy guy David Klein who dreamt of creating the gourmet jelly bean company, Jelly Belly, with this documentary covering the rise and fall of this oddball genius.

17. Drive

A Hollywood stuntman moonlights as a getaway driver and lives a pretty much isolated life, but all that changes when his life gets tangled with that of his lovely neighbor and her son, especially when her violent hubby is released from prison.

16. Captain America

The Marvel superhero starts out as this scrawny kid but turns into a national hero after becoming a secret experiment during WWII and takes on the Nazi-created bad guy, Red Skull and the evil Hydra.

15. Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol

The fourth movie in the franchise has super-agent Ethan Hunt and his team taking on another deadly mission, but this time, they’re out to prove their innocence when they’re framed for a bombing.

14. Mission Impossible 3

Super-agent Ethan Hunt is at it again and is forced to save a young agent and thinks his agency may be double-dealing their operatives.

13. Locked Up Abroad

The TV show chronicles horror stories about travelers who have bad luck and get locked up in another country.

12. Battlestar Galactica

The sci-fi TV show is about the few survivors aboard the Battlestar Galactica in search for the mythical planet Earth.

11. Hugo

A great movie for the entire family, Hugo is about a 12-year-old orphan boy who lives behind the wall of a Parisian train station when he meets a little girl who will change his life forever.

10. Terminator 2: Judgement Day

The sequel has The Terminator gunning for a shape-shifting T-1000 who’s out to kill John Connor, the son of Sarah, the original Terminator’s nemesis.

9. Trading Places

The old school comedy stars Eddie Murphy and Dan Aykroyd and is about the comedic adventures that happen once streetwise hustler Billy Ray Valentine trades places with executive Louis Winthrope III as a bet put on by the rich and greedy Duke brothers.

8. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

The hilarious 80s comedy about Ferris Bueller and his crazy adventure when he ditches school with his best friend and girlfriend, while his fed-up principal is determined to catch him.

7. The Naked Gun

Leslie Nielsen is funny cop Frank Drevin who stumbles upon a sordid plot to off Queen Elizabeth while looking for his partner’s ruthless killer.

6. Top Gun

The iconic movie stars Tom Cruise as a hotshot flyboy who can’t seem to control himself up in the air during his stint at the U.S. Navy’s fighter-weapons school, known as Top Gun, while falling for his teacher.

5. The Secret of My Success

Michael J. Fox is a Kansas boy who moves to NYC with a dream of taking the business world by storm and ends up in a funny charade when he masquerades as executive wonder Carlton Whitfield to impress a girl when he’s only a mail guy.

4. Existenz

Leading virtual-reality game designer Allegra Geller is testing a new prototype when an assassin wielding a daunting organic weapon attacks her and then must portal into her own game to solve the mystery.

3. Liar Liar

Jim Carrey stars in this comedy about a lawyer who can’t stop telling lies…until his son makes a birthday wish for his dad to tell only the truth and his life gets turned upside down.

2. James Bond Documentary

Check out the documentary that gives the inside scoop on the greatest secret agent in the world and the most iconic franchise in cinema history.

1. House of Cards

The Netflix original series is about a ruthless Congressman, who will stop at nothing to conquer everything in this wicked political drama about power, sex, love and greed.










Kristie Bertucci

 
Kristie Bertucci is an L.A.-based writer, who can't live without her MacBook Pro. When she's not writing, she's either reading or shopping (online, of course) and loves lazy days so she can catch up on her DVR-recorded shows and movies. She's definitely a Mac girl, she loves music and is currently on a mission to to have an insane and enviable iTunes library.