February 2020 new Movies and TV Shows on Hulu

Below you’ll find the list of all the new movies and TV shows joining Hulu this February:

28 Days Later (2003)

Adam (2019)

All About E (2005)

Bridget Jones’s Diary (2001)

Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (2004)

Bridget Jones’s Baby (2016)

Buffalo 66 (1998)

Cheech & Chong’s Still Smokin’ (1983)

Hitch (2005)

Henry Gamble’s Birthday Party (2015)

Sexy Men with Guns (2013)

John Q (2002)

Judgement Day (1999)

The Last Stand (2013)

The Last Warrior (2000)

Liz in September (2014)

Lord of War (2005)

The Man Who Could Cheat Death (1959)

Margarita with a Straw (2014)

Ms. Purple (2019)

Menace II Society (1993)

Mimic (1997)

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989)

National Lampoon’s Dirty Picture (2011)

National Lampoon’s Dorm Daze 2: College @ Sea (2006)

National Lampoon’s European Vacation (1985)

National Lampoon’s Vacation (1983)

Naz and Maalik (2015)

The Phantom of the Opera (2004)

Precious (2009)

Robin Hood (1991)

Say Anything (1989)

Southie (1999)

The Spy Next Door (2010)

Those People (2015)

Touched with Fire (2016)

Vegas Vacation (1997)

When Harry Met Sally (1989)

Where We Go From Here (2019)

A Madea Family Funeral (2019)

The Masked Singer: Season 3 Premiere (Fox)

The Cabin in the Woods (2012)

Warrior (2011)

Lego Pros: Series Premiere (Fox)

Angel of Mine (2019)

David Crosby: Remember My Name (2019)

Disaster Movie (2008)

Wrinkles the Clown (2019)

Into The Dark: My Valentine: Episode Premiere (Hulu Original)

Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 7 Mid-Season Premiere (NBC)

Indebted: Season 1 Mid-Season Premiere (NBC)

Alive (2019)

The Oscars: Special (ABC)

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: Complete Season 9 (Bravo)

For Life: Series Premiere (ABC)

Where’d You Move, Bernadette (2019)

Mister America (2019)

High Fidelity: Complete Season 1 (Hulu Original)

The Other Guy: Complete Season 2 (eOne)

Utopia Falls: Complete Season 1 (Hulu Original)

Beverly Hills Ninja (1997)

From Hell (2001)

Racetime (2019)

Radioflash (2019)

Villains (2019)

28 Hotel Rooms (2012)

American Ultra (2015)

Anchor and Hope (2017)

Monogamy (2010)

Princess Cyd (2017)

American Idol: Season 3 Premiere (ABC)

Duncanville: Series Premiere (Fox)

Good Girls: Season 3 Mid-Season Premiere (NBC)

Super 8 (2011)

Getaway (2013)

The Prince (2014)

The Voice: Season 18 Mid-Season Premiere (NBC)

Run the Race (2019)

Following the wedding (2019)

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Should Quarterbacks Take Less Cash To Make Their Team Better

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  1. Yes. But…it depends on the organization. The QB shouldn’t take less just so they can throw the money at some RB free agent cause there’s a lot of “wasted” money in the league

  2. Pretty arguable that paying Rodgers worked for the Packers and still think Rodgers should take a cut cuz the Packers still need SEVERAL additions pieces. It’s one of the marks of a great quarterback.

  3. Absolutely not these players have an obligation to their families to take as much money as they can to take care of them. Anybody think any of the owners would WILLINGLY not take as much money as they worth…

  4. I think Mahomes will probably be able to shave a few million off because he’s going to make a lot of money off the field with endorsements and advertising especially if he keeps seeing success. He’s young and hungry to keep winning and he seems in love with the organization.

  5. It’s crazy cause there are some quarterbacks that just do not deserve that money. Idk who some of these guys think they are but they really do think they are better than what they are worth. Dak is not even worth 30mil in my opinion.

  6. No, the salary cap exists to balance teams. So you should take the highest amount of money they are willing to pay. Taking a pay cut goes against the spirit of that rule and would be akin to cheating in my mind.

  7. I think it’s a joke Dak wants 37 million where he’s living off the success of Ezekiel Elliot who doesn’t even get paid half of what he wants.

  8. Okay, saying that this is the only income they will have the rest of their life is not a valid point. Get a job after football. Every American has work. Go back to school and finish. Saying that they deserve as much money as they can get so the DONT have to work the rest of their life is crap haha. Consequences. If you don’t make sure you’re financially stable after football through a degree or business idea then that is in the player.
    I do think every player should get as much money as they can get though. Just don’t expect the rings to come flying in like Brady had. It’s up to the quarterback, do you get paid or pursue greatness? There is no right choice. Either is completely fine.
    Just don’t say that, “Oh, this poor poor football player didn’t make enough in his career so now he has to work a 9-5 job like everyone else, boo-hoo.” Life isn’t all party’s and girls. Go back to school.

  9. in other businesses, you can take a paycut but you get stock – if they want them to take a cut, give them stock in the profits for the years on salary???

  10. That’s easy. 100% yes.
    Who really needs that much money anyway?
    I’d take less money to stay with a team I enjoy playing for and help the team possibly get better

  11. It’s wrong for you to think it’s supposed to support you for the rest of your life. This is where you mess up if you think about it like this. You’re supposed to get that free degree. The NFL only has to pay way more than anyone can make using their degree. You’re competing with the white and blue-collar job market.
    That said like any business the workers should get to share some of the profits.
    Nfl owners have all the leverage.

  12. Of course it’s nice to get paid. But winning as many games and hopefully as many rings as possible also really matters, since that’s the ultimate goal of every NFL player. That’s the dream. If you’re an elite quarterback like Mahomes, you’ll continue to make money after you retire because you’ll be one of the all-time greats. You’ll likely get a gig as an analyst or something associated with the media, so you can actually afford to not take the big bag all the time because you likely won’t be in a position where you have to fall back on that money for the rest of your life. Winning matters, so yes. Take a little less so that your team can get a quality team around you.

  13. Man so many Brady haters in the comments. I’m not a Pat’s fan but I can respect the intelligence of taking less money to improve the team. And the Gisele argument is so stupid. He was doing that before he even met her. Endorsements are the way to go.

  14. The answer is no! Why should they take less so their billionaire owner makes even more money? Fuck that shit! If I was a pro athlete, I’d try to make as much as I can.

    I understand fans who understand yes because they don’t and shouldn’t care about that. They want their team to win.

  15. Smart QBs know that your league salary doesn’t mean jack. If you take less money to invest in assets for your team, your team will perform better. When your team performs better, you are showcased more in primetime. Companies pay athletes that are seen. Companies pay athletes way more than the league can. In conclusion, taking less money makes you more money. The only QBs who should give a crap about their salaries are the ones that suck enough that their teams will never be good (Here’s looking at you, Baker).

  16. Tom Brady is the Perfect example of taking a little less every year to make an overall better team. He did make it to 9 SB so far…

  17. I don’t think players should take pay-cuts. However this illuminates another point – quarterbacks are overpaid. If you cannot pay someone fairly and win it’s because they are overvalued!

  18. Something else to consider is that if you have a better team around you, it could lead to more success. More success means more trips to the post-season, more titles, more accolades, and all of this leads to better sponsorship deals, better merchandising opportunities, a longer career overall. All of this adds up. Worth considering, particularly for a position like QB where you can play for a long time if you are lucky.

  19. The mid-level qbs really steal money based on the market value set by the top 3.
    See dak and Dallas are in this very spot. You have to over pay and can’t win.

  20. I mean, paying top money to Goff who’s, at his best, a half field read, play action kinda guy was a dumb move and anybody worth their salt saw that coming.
    Except for colin "garropolo is the second coming of christ" cowherd, but then again, when is he ever right about anything?

  21. They have to either end the salary cap or put them in a separate cap structure from all other positions… it’s going to ruin the NFL or end the Fancise QB and become the wide receiver and running backs playing their positions and their sets of them spliting plays where its QB by committee of 5-6 skilled players

  22. The fact still remains , no human needs or is worth 37 million dollars to a job. Especially when its a sport, and ppl who save lives or teach children , etc. Get paid fractions in comparison. But whatever

  23. im not saying they should take less money to have a better team around them per se, but they should because firstly they are not the only player on their team, and because they are only that good because of the team surrounding them. Mahomes feeds off the good play of other players so he can shine, it is unfair for those players to miss out on money because QBs are the stars

  24. This first quarterback who is will to take say an $25-30 million a year but have all of the money in his contract guaranteed and he has the team spend the money on other players, like hmm idk his offensive lineman is going to have the first team that that starts comes together. They will start winning as a team and he is also going to be the most protected quarterback because those lineman are going to appreciate the extra money and the quarterbacks sacrifice to be a team player. And I would tell the PA to shove it.

  25. At the end of their spoiled, lavish career, they selfishly get their money but so many times never get what a competitor desires; Championships. Take your millions and go away. And ps, a lot of student athletes get an education too.

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