February is a month that most associate with the celebration of love. So, why not embrace your love of movies at an AMC near you? We've got a pretty full list of big-budget blockbusters and low-key artisan films that are all waiting to make a date with you, so let's get started!
Birds of Prey
After a big break up with the Joker, Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) is about to make some new friends (Rosie Perez, Jurnee Smolett-Bell and Mary Elizabeth Winstead), as well as gain an unwanted admirer (Ewan McGregor) as she brings her unique brand of chaos to Gotham City and the DC Extended Universe.
In her position as an executive assistant, Jane (Julia Garner) sees and hears all sorts of things most people would never dream of. But her daily routine takes a turn for the worse in THE ASSISTANT when our protagonist realizes the abuse of power that's been happening behind the closed doors she helps protect. (In Select Theatres)
After agreeing to a weekend getaway with her future step-children (Jaeden Martell, Lia McHugh), Grace (Riley Keough) is already prepared for a rough weekend. That’s only the beginning of her problems, though, as escalating circumstances push this new family to their limits as a desolate cabin getaway turns into a chilling psychological thriller.
Blumhouse’s Fantasy Island
When five random strangers (Lucy Hale, Ryan Hansen, Maggie Q, Austin Stowell and Jimmy O. Yang) win an island getaway, it looks like the perfect vacation. But the mysterious operator (Michael Peña) of this seemingly idyllic setting has some frightening surprises in store for those who dare to travel to BLUMHOUSE’S FANTASY ISLAND.
Sonic the Hedgehog
A creature from another dimension, Sonic (Ben Schwartz) is a hedgehog with super speedy abilities and a personality that is just as fast paced. With the help of an Earthbound ally (James Marsden), the legendary SEGA mascot will try to evade capture by his greatest nemesis: the evil Dr. Robotnik (Jim Carrey).
After her mother’s untimely death, Mae (Issa Rae) is interviewed by a journalist (Lakeith Stanfield) who has an interest in her life story. Their meeting is professional, but their relationship develops into a romance as Mae learns more about herself and the woman who raised her.
In the ‘80s, one man was instrumental to Italian law enforcement and their case against the infamous Sicilian mafia. THE TRAITOR is the story of that man, Tommaso Buscetta (Pierfrancesco Favino), and his efforts to help bring down the notorious criminal web within which he once sat proudly. (In Select Theatres)
What About Love
Tanner (Marielle Jaffe) and Christian (Miguel Ángel Muñoz) are traveling through Europe, making a movie about love. While the pair are not exactly sold on the concept, they find themselves closer than ever before when their journey, and their film, is complete.
Sir Richard McCreadie (Steve Coogan) is going through a rough patch, as recent events have called his way of doing business into question. Which means it’s the perfect time for the retail magnate to throw a lavish 60th birthday party, with a guest list so impressive no one could possibly think it’s a distraction. (In Select Theatres)
Joan (Lesley Manville) and Tom (Liam Neeson) are the sweetest definition of an old married couple. Their love will be tested as Joan’s diagnosis with breast cancer inspires them to live in the moment, as they fear for the future. (In Select Theatres)
The Call of the Wild
Based on Jack London’s literary classic, THE CALL OF THE WILD is the story of Buck, a dog who finds himself going from a house pet to an adventurer in the frontiers of Alaska. Along his journey, he’ll make new friends with humans like John (Harrison Ford) and become wilder than ever.
Inspired by true events, BURDEN tells the story of Mike Burden (Garrett Hedlund), a former member of the KKK who renounces his membership in the name of love. With the help of a local reverend (Forest Whitaker), Mike finds not only protection from his former Klansmen who would do him harm, but he also finds himself, and his faith, renewed. (In Select Theatres)
Jane Austen's witty romantic comedy comes to life for a new generation to behold. Fancying herself as the quintessential matchmaker, Emma Woodhouse (Anya Taylor Joy) interferes with the lives of those she loves, in hopes of finding them the one. But is she truly as good as she thinks she is? (In Select Theatres)
The Invisible Man
After her abusive ex (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) commits suicide, Cecilia (Elizabeth Moss) finds herself with a new life and $5 million. However, that money comes with a catch: She cannot be named mentally incompetent, or she loses it all. And that's going to be hard to avoid, when Cecilia starts to think a shadowy presence is following her... one that no one, not even she, can see.
Cristi (Vlad Ivanov) is a police inspector who is assigned to infiltrate a criminal organization. Gilda (Catrinel Marlon) is the woman who will partner with him to learn a secret language of whistles that help said organization evade capture. Of course, all's not fair when it comes to love and crime. (In Select Theatres)
Wendy (Devin France) runs away from home one night, only to wind up on an island where the laws of time and age don't apply, and children can be wild forever. A reinterpretation of the "Peter Pan" mythos, WENDY tells a timeless classic in a bold, new vision. (In Select Theatres)
Now you're ready to hit your local AMC throughout the month of February! With all titles subject to change and availability, be sure to check for showtimes and tickets before you head out.