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Hulu Announces Its February Movie Debuts

Hulu has announced its slate of February movie releases. With Hulu, you can watch popular movies including thousands of new releases, comedies, dramas, horrors, cult classics, and Originals.

Making its Hulu debut on Thursday, February 22, Searchlight Pictures’ poignant and universally acclaimed drama is “All Of Us.” One night in his near-empty tower block in contemporary London, Adam (Andrew Scott) has a chance encounter with a mysterious neighbor Harry (Paul Mescal), which punctures the rhythm of his everyday life. As a relationship develops between them, Adam is preoccupied with memories of the past and finds himself drawn back to the suburban town where he grew up[, and the childhood home where his parents (Claire Foy and Jamie Bell), appear to be living, just as they were on the day they died, 30 years before.

“Suncoast” makes its Hulu debut on Friday, February 9. “Suncoast” is inspired by the semi-autobiographical story of a teenage who, while caring for her brother along with her audacious mother, strikes up an unlikely friendship with an eccentric activist who is protesting on of the most landmark medical cases of all time.

Streaming Thursday, February 15 is “Next Goal Wins.” With the 2014 World Cup qualifiers approaching, down-on-his-luck coach Thomas Rongen tries to turn the American Samoa soccer team into winners.

Also streaming on Friday, February 9 is “Cat Person.” A college student who works at a movie theater goes on an awkward date with an older man who may be a murderer.

Coming to Hulu on Friday, February 23 is “Blackberry.” This is the “true story” of the meteoric rise and catastrophic demise of the world’s first smartphone. “BLACKBERRY “is a whirlwind ride through a ruthlessly competitive Silicon Valley at breakneck speeds.

“Joan Baez: I Am Noise” will make its Hulu debut on Thursday, February 15. In this biography that hopes with her farewell tour, Joan Baez takes stock in an unsparing fashion, confronting often painful memories and opening up about her history with mental illness, her family, drugs, ageing and questions of guilt and forgiveness. For the first time on record, she speaks to her relationship with Bob Dylan, how she used her fame to launch his career, and the pain of their estrangement. The film interweaves diary entries and Baez’s own illustrations with extensive conversations and backstage moments from the tour.

Streaming Sunday, February 25 is “Monica.” A woman returns home to care for her ailing mother who she hasn’t seen in years in this tender portrait of family, forgiveness, and acceptance.

Hulu is available on the Apple App Store, Google Play, and through the Disney Bundle with Disney Plus and ESPN Plus.


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