Happy romance month!
February usually brings with it a slew of romantic films and while there are some of those this month, there’s a distinct lack of romantic comedies. That said, the month does include its fair share of subversive romantic tales, including a horrific one of a young woman in a new relationship who is doing her best to fit in with the insta-family (and failing miserably) and a Jane Austen perennial about courtship.
Join Colleen, Dale (Letterboxd), and I (Letterboxd) as we dive into the February offerings.
Also mentioned this episode:
- Whistling language
- Force Majeure (original film on which Downhill is based)
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Opening Music: Lucy Woodward‘s “It’s Oh So Quiet“
Opening February 7th
- Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn
- The Lodge – Marina’s Review
- And Then We Danced
Opening February 14
- Sonic the Hedgehog
- Fantasy Island
- The Photograph
- Ordinary Love
- The Times of Bill Cunningham
- What About Love
- First Lady
Opening February 21st
Opening February 28th
Closing Music: Johnny Cash’s “Memories Are Made Of This“