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February movie preview: SheKnows picks the flicks

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Movies for making out

Looking for love? Try the cinema. February is full of romantic movies with some totally sexy dudes as well as a futuristic crime flick your BF is dying to see. Check out our V-day picks.

The Monuments Men

This European treasure hunt for classical art stolen by Nazis is based on a true story and stars romantic icons George Clooney and Matt Damon. Bill Murray, John Goodman and SAG Award-winner Cate Blanchett also star in this thriller set in epic World War II where art symbolizes humanity. The Monuments Men opens Feb. 7.

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Vampire Academy

Zoey Deutch stars as a half-human, half-vampire called a Dhampir in this film adaptation of the popular YA novel by Richelle Mead. Sure, we've seen movies about vampires before, but this is the comedic high school version of trendy bloodsuckers who find their own version of love. Vampire Academy opens Feb. 7.

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Set in the year 2028, Joel Kinnaman (AMC's The Killing) stars as the bad-a** cyborg-style law enforcer, trying to stem the crime and corruption that still plagues Detroit. Gary Oldman, Abbie Cornish and Samuel L. Jackson also star in this futuristic crime-thriller. RoboCop opens Feb. 12.


Winter's Tale

Magic, miracles and destiny intertwine for one man in a fantastical New York City. Check out the trailer to see the spectacular shot of the ever-sexy Colin Farrell riding a white horse across the Brooklyn Bridge. Winter's Tale opens Feb. 14.

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If there's one thing that inspires romance, it's the threat of an eruption from a giant Italian volcano, right? Slave-turned-gladiator Milo (Kit Harington from Game of Thrones) must do whatever it takes to save his love, the beautiful Cassia (Emily Browning) before she's smothered in the poisonous ash that's spewing out of Mount Vesuvius. Pompeii opens in 3-D Feb. 21.

Photo credit: The Weinstein Co.
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