What’s New on Netflix: February 21st, 2019

The Drug King - Korean Movie on Netflix

The Drug King (2019) now streaming on Netflix

Welcome to your daily roundup of everything that’s new on Netflix for February 21st, 2019. It’s been a quiet mid-week that’s likely down to the fact the March 2019 releases have just been announced. Here’s your daily recap plus what’s leaving tomorrow. 

We’ll also catch up on the two titles that were added to Netflix yesterday too as we didn’t do a daily update. As always, you can see the new releases first on our what’s new on Netflix section which we’ve just added some new features. For example, we’ll now capture data on the movies that have won Oscars and other awards.

The Drug King (2018) Netflix Original Movie

Type: Movie
Runtime: 138 minutes
Language: Korean

Today’s big movie comes from Korea and features some potentially familiar faces. The drug-centered movie is about a smuggler from Busan who rises become a narcotic king when he begins upping his operation exporting all manner of drugs to Japan.

The biggest recurring Netflix star in this title is Bae Doona who has appeared in Sense8, Stranger and the more recent zombie series, Kingdom.

Unfortunately, no English dub has been provided for this movie but there are Spanish and Portuguese dubs.


The Intent 2: The Come Up (2018)

Type: Movie
Runtime: 103 minutes

This follow-up to the somewhat successful 2016 first movie in the franchise. Sadly, this movie won’t be a must-watch for most as it scored horribly with both critics and audiences alike.

The movie is about a Longdon gang who is targeting one of their own members who looks to be defecting to a rival.

The first Intent movie is also streaming on Netflix and has been available since 2017.


Transformer (2017)

Type: Documentary
Release Date: February 20th
Runtime: 78 minutes

This documentary comes from Michael Del Monte who has had a career in producing transgender issues and continues to in Transformer.

The documentary takes us back to 2015 we follow a former US marine who transitioned to the detriment of their career with sponsors falling away, banned from competing and disowned from her parents.


Kevin James: Sweat the Small Stuff (2001)

Type: Stand-up Special
Release Date: February 20th

Kevin James has been a regular on Netflix with his 2016 movie True Memoirs of an International Assasin plus his comedy special that arrived last year. This special sees a younger Kevin James from 2001 tell his classic stories.

Filmed at the Hudson Theatre in New York, he talks about the joys of growing up and all of the pains he gets.


What’s Leaving Netflix (February 21st – 22nd)

February 21st

  • AWOL (2016)
  • Let the Church Say Amen (2013)
  • Piranha (2010)
  • Wasserette 10 Hour Loop (2016)
  • Year One (2009)

February 22nd

  • Accidental Courtesy (2016)
  • Miss India America (2015)

What are you watching on Netflix? Let us know in the comments.

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