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Valentine's Day Movies

Movies to Watch in Theaters on Valentine's Day 2020

Movies to Watch in Theaters on Valentine's Day 2020


Valentine's Day and movies are the most natural pairing in the world. And since the celebratory day falls on a Friday in 2020, that means anyone celebrating V-Day has a wide selection of new movies to choose from!

We want to help you have the best possible February 14. If you're planning a date night, check out the food and beverage offerings at your local Cinemark to see how we can be the home for a full dinner and a movie outing. Looking for the ideal Valentine's Day gift? Give the gift of movies! Or book tickets in one of our theatres equipped with luxury loungers, for the most comfortable movie experience in town. Here are all the movies to watch on Valentine's Day 2020.

Sonic the Hedgehog

Valentine's Day Movies in Theaters: Sonic the Hedgehog

[Image Credit: Paramount Pictures]

This adaptation of the long-running video game series is a gift to gamers. No other film that comes to mind has kept fans so much in mind. SONIC brings Sega's long-running mascot to the big screen at long last, and we've never seen a game adaptation with such a faithful rendering of the main character. Sonic, a lightning-fast blue hedgehog from another planet (it's probably easier if you don't ask too many questions) has taken refuge on Earth, where he enjoys speeding around having fun. James Marsden co-stars as a small-town cop who teams up with Sonic as they try to evade the dastardly Doctor Robotnik, played with over-the-top brio by Jim Carrey.

Fantasy Island

Valentine's Day Movies in Theaters: Fantasy Island

[Image Credit: Sony Pictures]

The 1970s TV series "Fantasy Island" was a kitschy haven for high-profile guest stars and frothy plots about funny romantic entanglements on a mysterious island resort where dreams might come true. This FANTASY ISLAND movie keeps the name, the island resort, and the idea of fantasies fulfilled but turns the experience into a total nightmare for guests. People who land on the island are promised a getaway during which their greatest dream will come true, but there's a catch. Those dreams turn to nightmares, leaving everyone desperate to uncover the mysteries of the island so that they can escape.

The Photograph

Valentine's Day Movies in Theaters: The Photograph

[Image Credit: Universal Pictures]

In THE PHOTOGRAPH, when famed photographer Christina Eames unexpectedly dies, she leaves her estranged daughter Mae Morton (Issa Rae) hurt, angry and full of questions. When a photograph tucked away in a safe-deposit box is found, Mae finds herself on a journey delving into her mother's early life and ignites a powerful, unexpected romance with a rising-star journalist, Michael Block (LaKeith Stanfield).

Birds of Prey

Valentine's Day Movies in Theatres: Birds of Prey

[Image Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures]

For the couple ready for the next stage of superhero movies. Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) steps out of the Joker's shadow in BIRDS OF PREY, which is part of why the subtitle for this not-quite-sequel to SUICIDE SQUAD is "And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn." Losing Mr. J. doesn't mean Harley is on her own, however. When Gotham City, and one young woman in particular, are threatened by the ruthless criminal Black Mask (Ewan McGregor), our favorite giggling sociopath teams up with three very different women, played by Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, and Rosie Perez, to set things right. [February 7]


Valentine's Day Movies in Theaters: Downhill

[Image Credit: Fox Searchlight Pictures]

DOWNHILL offers the chance to see a pair of legendary comedians who have never appeared together — Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Will Ferrell — in a darkly hilarious story of the worst family vacation ever taken. When a family vacationing in the Alps barely escapes death by avalanche, the cowardly actions of the father (Ferrell) cause the entire family to question their bond and their lives together. Based on Ruben Östlund's bitterly funny black comedy FORCE MAJEURE, DOWNHILL is directed by Nat Faxon and Jim Rash (THE WAY WAY BACK) and also stars Zach Woods, Zoë Chao and Miranda Otto.

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