This February, there's a wide variety of big-screen releases in Cineworld to sink your teeth into. From swooning Valentine's Day movies to re-releases of iconic gangster classics, we've got all bases covered. Scroll down to find out what's on and when.
1. The Eyes of Tammy Faye (4th February)
Oscar nominee Jessica Chastain is a memorably gaudy, perma-tanned nightmare in this sparkling look at the bizarre world of televangelism. Based on a true story, The Eyes of Tammy Faye pairs the versatile Chastain with Spider-Man himself, Andrew Garfield, to explore the fine line between commerce and religion.
2. Moonfall (4th February)
The master of disaster, Roland Emmerich, sets his sights on destroying the world again in Moonfall. Seriously, what did the Earth ever do to him? The Independence Day director stages an epic catastrophe when an alien menace knocks the moon off its orbit, spelling havoc for our home planet. Luckily, Patrick Wilson (Aquaman), Halle Berry (John Wick) and John Bradley (Game of Thrones) are on hand to pilot a space shuttle and save the day.
3. Jackass Forever (4th February)
Prepare to cringe all over again as the Jackass team returns to prove that age is no barrier to body-slamming mayhem. The likes of Johnny Knoxville and Steve-O one-up the level of insane stunts, which this time entails close-quarters contact with a hungry bear – and that's one of the more sober moments. There will be chaos, and there will almost certainly be bodily fluids.
4. Uncharted (11th February)
Tom Holland makes his big-screen debut as PlayStation icon Nathan Drake in the long-awaited Uncharted movie. The immersive and addictive Naughty Dog gaming series, famed for its Indiana Jones-style thrills, now translates onto the silver screen courtesy of Venom director Ruben Fleischer. Can it bottle the essence of the original PlayStation source? Mark Wahlberg co-stars as Sully in this origin story that takes Nathan back to his early daredevil roots.
5. Marry Me (11th February)
In the mood for love this Valentine's Day? Then you are cordially invited to witness the sweet on-screen pairing of Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson, here playing mismatched lovers who find each other in a crowd. Literally – when Lopez' music megastar rejects her cheating boyfriend during a live-streamed wedding event, she selects Wilson's complete stranger to marry her instead. Can they make it work?
6. Death on the Nile (11th February)
It's time to get those grey cells working again as Kenneth Branagh returns to the fiendishly twisty world of Agatha Christie. Branagh once again doubles up as actor and director, bringing back his forensic Hercule Poirot for the first time since 2017's Murder on the Orient Express. This time, Poirot must investigate the mysterious death of a wealthy heiress (Gal Gadot) aboard an Egyptian paddle-steamer – so, who pulled the trigger? Annette Bening, Letitia Wright and Armie Hammer are among the big names featuring.
7. Dog (18th February)
Do you love Channing Tatum? Do you love canines? Then how about a combination of the two? In this unlikely buddy story, the Magic Mike star plays an Army ranger who brings his four-legged friend on a journey towards a friend's funeral. Expect plenty of affectionate bonding and plenty of stunning Pacific Coast Highway vistas as the trip unfolds.
8. Cyrano (25th February)
The timeless story of Cyrano de Bergerac, the pining lover who facilitates a love match between his paramour and another man, gets a musical spin from Darkest Hour director Joe Wright. The brilliant Peter Dinklage plays the melancholic Cyrano opposite Kelvin Harrison Jr., Haley Bennett and Ben Mendelsohn in this handsome-looking Valentine's Day treat.
9. The Duke (25th February)
A remarkable true story unfolds in this charming account of an audacious National Gallery robbery, the only one of its kind in the institution's history. The venerable Jim Broadbent plays Kempton Bunton, a taxi driver and pensioner who absconds with a priceless portrait of the Duke of Wellington. The esteemed Helen Mirren co-stars in the final movie from the late director Roger Michell, who passed away in 2021.
10. The Godfather – 50th-anniversary re-issue (25th February)
Here's an offer you can't refuse: the chance to see one of the greatest films of all time back on the big screen where it belongs. Francis Ford Coppola's masterful adaptation of Mario Puzo's novel cemented so many of the gangster cliches with which we're now familiar, and it is widely regarded as the finest example of the genre. From Gordon Willis' luxuriant cinematography to Nino Rota's lilting score and the unforgettable performances, including an Oscar-winning Marlon Brando as Don Vito Corleone, there are enough pleasures here for a dozen movies combined.
What will you be watching on the big screen this February? Let us know @Cineworld.