Like its great rivals Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, the Disney+ streaming platform is expanding its catalog month after month. The trend continues in February, with the addition of many interesting films, series and documentaries. Check them out below.
As usual, before listing all the new features for February 2023, here are our recommendations for the month.
The Disney+ series of the month
Anatomy of a Divorce
Recently divorced Toby Fleishman is diving into the new world of dating apps with a success he never had in his youth. But as his first summer of sexual freedom begins, his ex-wife Rachel disappears, leaving him with his children, without telling him where she is or if she intends to return one day. A situation that will make him see their entire relationship in a new light.
This series is adapted from the best-selling Fleishman is in Trouble by Taffy Brodesser-Akner, who is also the creator. Anatomy of a Divorce is a bittersweet x-ray of the modern couple, between social obligations and intimate questions. The series questions marriage and the nature of human relationships, recalling in its tone the films of Woody Allen. Composed of eight episodes, it is worth seeing because of the tenderness it has for its characters, its surprising twists and its elegant cast: Jesse Eisenberg, Claire Danes, Lizzy Caplan, Adam Brody… From the 22nd February on Disney+.
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Disney+ movie of the month
The forest’s call
The story of Buck, a kind-hearted dog, whose peaceful domestic life is turned upside down when he is abruptly ripped from his California home and finds himself enlisted as a sled dog in the wilderness of the Yukon in Alaska during the rush. gold, in the 1890s.
Adapted from the cult book by Jack London published in 1903, The forest’s call will provide the dose of action, adventure and optimism you need at the start of the year. An inspiring story of friendship and resilience that will serve as a reference for many others after her. If we regret the dog in CGI and the visual effects of certain scenes, the film offers its share of magnificent images, and the grumpy but sympathetic Harrison Ford remains a major asset. From February 24 on Disney+.
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