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9 Movies You Must Watch Before They Leave Hulu in February

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Come February, the thing on most peoples minds is Valentines Day. For some, its a chance to treat their most beloved to something special. For others, its an opportunity to hide away from all those happy couples and have a date with their TV. And orbiting both of those groups are people who are happy to just Hulu and Hang. (Its like Netflix and Chill, but actually involves watching what’s on the screen.) And next month there are quite a few titles leaving Hulu that those folks should prioritize before they leave the streaming service. (All of them disappear on February 28.) From Rounders to Rosemarys Baby and back to Quentin Tarantino, these are the flicks you need to watch on Hulu ASAP.

Groundhog Day (1993)

In a freakish turn of events, local weatherman Phil (Bill Murray) finds himself waking up in the same day over and over. Then he falls in love with Andie MacDowell. This Harold Ramis flick is smart and charming in all the ways 1990s rom-coms always areplus its got Bill Murray. Who doesnt love Bill Murray? No one, thats who.

In a freakish turn of events, local weatherman Phil (Bill Murray) finds himself waking up in the same day over and over. Then he falls in love with Andie MacDowell. This Harold Ramis flick is smart and charming in all the ways 1990s rom-coms always areplus its got Bill Murray. Who doesnt love Bill Murray? No one, thats who.

This Is Spinal Tap (1984)

Have you ever wondered why people say these go to 11? Thats because you havent seen this classic Rob Reiner mock rockumentary. You need to rectify that immediately.

Have you ever wondered why people say these go to 11? Thats because you havent seen this classic Rob Reiner mock rockumentary. You need to rectify that immediately.

Desperately Seeking Susan (1985)

Before she was leading the charge at the Womens March last weekend, Madonna was in this 1980s classic. (She also had, you know, a decades-spanning music career.) And beyond the Madonna-ness of it, Desperately Seeking Susan is just plain fun. After a housewife (Rosanna Arquette) gets amnesia, shes mistaken for a super-cool chick named Susan (that would be Madonna) in New York City. Mayhem ensues. This flick also has a killer soundtrack that includes David Bowie and the Material Girls Into the Groove.

Before she was leading the charge at the Womens March last weekend, Madonna was in this 1980s classic. (She also had, you know, a decades-spanning music career.) And beyond the Madonna-ness of it, Desperately Seeking Susan is just plain fun. After a housewife (Rosanna Arquette) gets amnesia, shes mistaken for a super-cool chick named Susan (that would be Madonna) in New York City. Mayhem ensues. This flick also has a killer soundtrack that includes David Bowie and the Material Girls Into the Groove.

No Country for Old Men (2007)

A Coen Brothers classic that has tremendous turns from Josh Brolin as a Texas hunter who finds some money that belongs to some very bad people and Javier Bardem as the toughest guy to ever rock a bowl cut. Skip this at your own peril, friend-o.

A Coen Brothers classic that has tremendous turns from Josh Brolin as a Texas hunter who finds some money that belongs to some very bad people and Javier Bardem as the toughest guy to ever rock a bowl cut. Skip this at your own peril, friend-o.

Pulp Fiction (1994)

In the two decades since its release, Quentin Tarantinos masterpiece has lost none of its luster. Fantastic characters, unforgettable dialogue, and some of the best music ever placed in a film. Do you really need a reason to watch this?

In the two decades since its release, Quentin Tarantinos masterpiece has lost none of its luster. Fantastic characters, unforgettable dialogue, and some of the best music ever placed in a film. Do you really need a reason to watch this?

Reservoir Dogs (1992)

While Pulp Fiction might end up being Tarantinos must memorable and well-known film, it was Reservoir Dogs that first put him on the map. Its a great gangster caper, and its got one of the best Who shot first? scenes since Han faced off with Greedo.

While Pulp Fiction might end up being Tarantinos must memorable and well-known film, it was Reservoir Dogs that first put him on the map. Its a great gangster caper, and its got one of the best Who shot first? scenes since Han faced off with Greedo.

Indecent Proposal (1993)

This is that movie where Demi Moore rolls around on a bed covered with $1 million in cash. Its also that movie where you have to suspend disbelief long enough to believe that a still-foxy 1990s Robert Redford would be unable to find a date. Other revelations? Woody Harrelson has hair.

This is that movie where Demi Moore rolls around on a bed covered with $1 million in cash. Its also that movie where you have to suspend disbelief long enough to believe that a still-foxy 1990s Robert Redford would be unable to find a date. Other revelations? Woody Harrelson has hair.

Rosemarys Baby (1968)

Roman Polanskis devil-spawn horror flick is just as bone-chilling now as it was nearly four decades ago. You might want to watch this with the lights onand with a Baby Gap nowhere in sight.

Roman Polanskis devil-spawn horror flick is just as bone-chilling now as it was nearly four decades ago. You might want to watch this with the lights onand with a Baby Gap nowhere in sight.

Rounders (1998)

In Rounders, Matt Damon plays a young no-limit Texas hold em player who goes all-in against the toughest players in New York to help an old friend. Its a little hokey, but poker has never looked so nerve-rackingly good.

In Rounders, Matt Damon plays a young no-limit Texas hold em player who goes all-in against the toughest players in New York to help an old friend. Its a little hokey, but poker has never looked so nerve-rackingly good.

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