Top 3 new movies to watch on Netflix in February 2022

The riddle of what to watch netflix will undoubtedly continue until the end of time. So much content, so little time – and most of the time it’s pretty darn good too. With the streaming service rolling out plenty of new original content almost daily, deciding what to watch these days is a vital decision.

Each month, T3 will round up the trends, what the critics are talking about and, above all, the films that are worth watching. These movies are specifically for those in the UK with a Netflix account, however, the majority of them can be found in other regions – mostly all Netflix Originals.

Of course you can always get a vpn to unblock your favorite streaming platforms and start enjoying Netflix content from around the world. Anyway, with that being said, let’s move on to the best movies to watch on Netflix in February 2022.

The invisible Man

Elisabeth Moss in The Invisible Man

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Do you remember the Dark Universe? A series of interconnected classic monster movies like the MCU from Universal Pictures. Yeah, neither do we. In the wake of that cinematic universe’s implosion before it even really stepped out of the gates, The Invisible Man was released as a standalone movie – and the world is a whole lot better for it.

Starring Elisabeth Moss (The Handmaid’s Tale, Us), the film follows Cecilia, who learns that an abusive ex-boyfriend has committed suicide, only to leave her behind his fortune. Having none of that, Cecilia thinks the death was a hoax and she is now hunted by the man. A tense affair throughout, Moss gives an exceptional performance, proving once again why she is one of the top talents in Hollywood today.

The Tinder scammer

The poster of Tinder Swindler on Netflix

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How one small tap can change your life. The Tinder Swindler tells the story of Israeli fraudster Shimon Hayut, who impersonated Simon Leviev on the dating app Tinder in an attempt to scam women out of millions of dollars.

From the same director behind Don’t F**k with Cats, this is the latest in a long line of true story documentaries from the streaming platform to spark conversation. The Tinder Swindler quickly became the top trending movie on Netflix shortly after its release, with the company already having a presence. first talks turn the shocking documentary into its own dramatization. It offers quite the roller coaster.

As more and more people saw Leviev’s actions, the series took the world by storm. Everyone is currently obsessed with the latest happenings and the man himself recently gave his first interview since the broadcast of the documentary via the American news program Inside Edition. It’s a story that shouldn’t run out of steam for a while.

The hunt

Betty Gilpin and Hilary Swank fight in The Hunt

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Like many people, The Hunt passed me by when it was initially released in the wake of the pandemic closing theaters a week after its debut. A shame because this horror thriller – which has a decent amount of action, I might add – is a lot of fun.

The setup sees a dozen strangers waking up in the middle of nowhere with no recollection of how they got there. It quickly becomes clear that a group of conspiracy theorists are hunting people for sport in what is a direct satirical commentary on the right-vs.-left agenda in the United States. This gives the film more weight than most horror films. It’s by no means groundbreaking, but it’s hugely entertaining, including Betty Gilpin (GLOW, Nurse Jackie) as badass Crystal May Creasey.

Bonus movie: Bigbug

Elsa Zylberstein, Dominique Pinon, Isabelle Nanty, Youssef Hajdi, Alban Lenoir and François Levantal in Bigbug

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A robot uprising in a suburban neighborhood. Sign me up. BigBug was just premiered on Netflix by director Jean-Pierre Jeunet, best known for his work on Amélie, Alien Resurrection and The City of Lost Children, with a lot of buzz surrounding it. While movies dealing with dystopian futures and the dangers of technology are in spades these days, it seems like something entirely different.

Set in the year 2045, this French sci-fi film that sprinkles a dose of quirky comedy takes place in a world where humans have left the majority of the tasks to robots, only to see a group of Machiavellian machines stage a revolution. This consequently sees a group of commuters lock themselves in Alice’s (Elsa Zylberstein) house at the hands of their own household robots. Disruption quickly ensues between the group as they seek to get through the ordeal. The choice of hues alone is worth considering.

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Plus, if you’ve been holding yourself back from watching Marvel Netflix shows – now is the time, because it looks like Daredevil, Jessica Jones and more will be leaving at the end of the month.

Alfonso E. Cramer