The 10 Best New Movies to Watch on Netflix, Disney+, Peacock and More in February 2022

Streaming services have plenty of romance on the way in time for Valentine's Day but February is also filled new movies for the non-romantics out there too.

Netflix, Hulu, Peacock, Paramount+, Prime Video and Disney+ are saving you a trip to the movie theater with their own offering of brand new films this February. There's a range of romcoms, horrors, documentaries, cartoons and thrillers on the way for subscribers.

If you're planning on spending time indoors, here's the ten best movies arriving on streaming services in February 2022.

The Tinder Swindler, February 2 — Netflix

A new documentary telling a scarily true story, The Tinder Swindler is a modern-day cautionary tale about dating app dangers.

From the perspective of the women who were involved, The Tinder Swindler tells the story of a prolific conman who posed as a billionaire playboy on Tinder.

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"The Tinder Swindler" comes to Netflix on February 2, 2022. Netflix

KIMI, February 10 — HBO Max

Zoë Kravitz stars in this thriller which incorporates the COVID-19 pandemic into the script. Kravitz plays agoraphobic tech worker Angela Childs who witnesses a violent crime online, but no one else seems interested in justice.

KIMI is written by Mission: Impossible screenwriter David Koepp and directed by Steven Soderbergh.

Tall Girl 2, February 11 — Netflix

The follow up to 2019's Netflix Original Tall Girl, Jodi (Ava Michelle) must deal with her newfound popularity at high school. With a new boyfriend and the lead role in the school musical, her insecurities intensify which tests the formerly strong relationships around her.

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Griffin Gluck as Dunkleman and Ava Michelle as Jodi in Netflix movie "Tall Girl 2." Scott Saltzman/Netflix

I Want You Back, February 11 — Amazon Prime Video

Charlie Day and Jenny Slate team up for Prime Video's new original romcom, I Want You Back. Both play characters who are broken up with by their respective partners (Gina Rodriguez, Scott Eastwood) so Day and Slate vow to help each other win their exes back.

The romantic comedy arrives just in time for Valentine's Day, and keep an eye out for an unexpected cameo diving into a hot tub.

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Charlie Day and Jenny Slate star as scorned lovers in the Amazon Prime Video Original "I Want You Back." Amazon Studios

The In Between, February 11 — Paramount+

Joey King and the cast of The In Between will tug at your heartstrings in this teen romance, with a hint of the supernatural.

Tessa (King) and Skylar (Kyle Allen) play young lovers who get into a car accident, which kills Skylar. Devastated, Tessa is given hope when she starts to receive messages from a spirit, which leads her to communicate with the dead in order to help him pass over to the other side.

Marry Me, February 11 — Peacock

Jennifer Lopez plays a pop star sensation with marital issues in this Peacock movie. Her character Kat is left at the alter in front of the whole world by Bastian (Maluma) so naturally, she decides to marry a man (Owen Wilson) from the crowd instead.

Sarah Silverman steals every scene she's in as the best friend Parker but the real star of the show is the original soundtrack performed by J-Lo and Maluma. The official soundtrack album for Marry Me is released on February 4, 2022.

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J-Lo and Owen Wilson are the leads in the Peacock movie "Marry Me." Universal Pictures

Texas Chainsaw Massacre, February 18 — Netflix

Truly signifying that Valentine's Day is over, Netflix brings us the latest horror slasher movie in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise on Friday February 18.

A sequel to 1974 movie The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, the movie will once again feature a group of young people being terrorized by the chainsaw-wielding Leatherface.

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Still image from the upcoming "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" movie on Netflix. Yana Blajeva/Netflix

The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse, February 18 — Disney+

It's a quiet month for Disney+ and The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse cartoon is technically not a movie. Following on from the successful first season of shorts released, Season 2 of the cartoon series will release four seasonal feature-length specials, starting with this one.

The core gang of Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy and Pluto are here, while you can also expect to see cameos from classic Disney characters.

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"The Wonderful Winter of Mickey Mouse" arrives on Disney+ on February 18, 2022. Disney+

A Madea Homecoming, February 25 — Netflix

Tyler Perry brings back his character Madea for her eleventh feature film (including the 2015 animated movie) for the first time in three years.

A Madea Homecoming is adapted from Perry's stage play Madea's Farewell, and sees Madea attend her great grandson's college graduation party. Perry has signed a distribution deal with Netflix so this could be the first in a line of many Madea movies to come.

No Exit, February 25 — Hulu

An intense thriller coming exclusively to Hulu, No Exit follows a group of people who get stuck at a mountain rest stop during a blizzard. However, things take a turn when a kidnapped child is discovered in a car belonging to one of the people inside, which leads everyone to question who the dangerous kidnapper is.

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"No Exit" arrives on Hulu on February 25. Netflix

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