8 must-watch movies coming to Irish cinemas in February 1 year ago

8 must-watch movies coming to Irish cinemas in February

Plenty of blockbusters and also some rom-com for Valentine's Day!

Tom Holland, Jennifer Lopez and the Foo Fighters all feature in the big screen releases arriving in Irish cinemas this February.


Let's take a look at what's on the movie menu...

MOONFALL - 4 February

The moon is falling! And only Patrick Wilson and Halle Berry can save us!

The latest disaster epic from the director of Independence Day, The Day After Tomorrow and 2012.



12 years on from the last Jackass movie, most of the gang have returned to perform some dangerous and hilarious stunts and pranks on each other.

Check out our interview with Johnny Knoxville and Chris "Party Boy" Pontius about their big screen comeback right here:


UNCHARTED – 11 February

Tom Holland takes on the role of Nathan Drake in this highly-anticipated big screen adaptation of the hit action adventure games series.

He's assisted by Mark Wahlberg and Antonio Banderas in a film that will definitely scratch the itch of those waiting for the next Indiana Jones outing.


MARRY ME - 11 February

J-Lo plays a world-famous singer who, minutes before getting married in front of millions of people, discovers her fiancé (Maluma) has been cheating on her, so in a moment of panic, picks a fan (Owen Wilson) out of the crowd and marries them instead.

Rom and/or com ensues.


DEATH ON THE NILE - 11 February

Kenneth Branagh is back for this sequel to Murder On The Orient Express, once again surrounded by a star-studded cast (Gal Gadot, Armie Hammer, Letitia Wright, Tom Bateman, Annette Bening, Russell Brand), any one of which may be the murderer on board a cruise down the Nile.

HERE BEFORE - 18 February

A powerful psychological thriller set in Northern Ireland, telling the story of a woman (Andrea Riseborough) who believes the young girl living next door might have access to paranormal powers.

STUDIO 666 - 25 February

A supernatural comedy starring the Foo Fighters themselves!

The band move into a mansion that they slowly realise might be haunted, threatening not only their lives, but the completion of their new album.


The iconic mobster drama was released 50 years ago this year, so Paramount is celebrating that anniversary with the big screen re-release of a 4K remaster of the multi-Oscar winning epic.

Clip via Paramount Pictures UK, Foo Fighters, 20th Century Studios, Universal & Sony Pictures