This Is Your Last Chance To Catch These Films On Netflix

This Is Your Last Chance To Catch These Films On Netflix

By Mansi Bengali5 October, 2020 3 min read
This Is Your Last Chance To Catch These Films On Netflix

If certain conspiracies are to be believed, there is no one else who has been more prepared for the current global situation like Netflix. As soon as the lockdown was imposed, Netflix had a ready arsenal of movies and TV shows that they have been bombarding on us. Documentary series like Tiger King and other movies received the recognition they deserved because people now had more time on their hands. While the upcoming calendar of Netflix movies and series looks fascinating, there are going to be some losses as well. Netflix is learning from Marie Kondo and getting rid of movies that don’t spark joy anymore. So this is your last chance to stream these movies leaving Netflix.

Baby Mama

A successful, single businesswoman played by Tina Fey who dreams of having a baby discovers she is infertile and hires a working class woman played by Amy Poehler to be her unlikely surrogate.

Genre: Romance, Comedy
When is it leaving Netflix?: 31st December

Back To The Future

Marty and Doc travel back in time using an Doc’s time machine. However, while trying to see his parents, he changes the future and now it is upto him to change it back.

Genre: Sci-Fi, Comedy
When is it leaving Netflix?: 31st December

Bad Teacher

Elizabeth (Cameron Diaz), is abandoned by her rich fiancé and she takes up a job at the local school. She is an incompetent and lazy school teacher until she meets the wealthy substitute teacher, Scott (Justin Timberlake).

Genre: Romance, Comedy
When is it leaving Netflix?: 31st December

Definitely, Maybe

When Will (Ryan Reynolds) decides to tell his daughter the story of how he met her mother, he discovers that a second look at the past might also give him a second chance at the future.

Genre: Romance, Comedy
When is it leaving Netflix?: 31st December

For Love Or Money

A romance takes an unexpected turn when a man discovers that his bride-to-be is plotting against him.

Genre: Romance, Comedy
When is it leaving Netflix?: 31st December

Her

Theodore Twombly, an introverted writer, buys an Artificial Intelligence system to help him write. However, when he finds out about the AI’s ability to learn and adapt, he falls in love with it.

Genre: Romance, Sci-Fi
When is it leaving Netflix?: 31st December

How The Grinch Stole Christmas

Grinch lives in solitude just outside Whoville. He hates the townsfolk and despises Christmas. Cindy Lou, a six-year-old girl who believes in the spirit of the festival, sets to change his mind.

Genre: Fantasy
When is it leaving Netflix?: 31st December

All Indiana Jones Movies

It is time to have an Indiana Jones movie marathon before all four movies leave Netflix. Indiana Jones is an archaeologist who goes on super adventures as he hunts for hidden artifacts.

Genre: Fantasy, Adventure
When is it leaving Netflix?: 31st December

The Interview

Aaron and Dave, who run the show ‘Skylark Tonight’, get a chance to interview Kim Jong-un. The CIA then orders them to use the opportunity to assassinate the North Korean dictator.

Genre: Comedy, Action
When is it leaving Netflix?: 31st December

Lemony Snicket’s A Series Of Unfortunate Events

Violet, Klaus and Sunny Baudelaire are sent to live with Count Olaf, a distant relative, after the death of their parents. However, they soon realize that he is only after their money.

Genre: Comedy, Fantasy
When is it leaving Netflix?: 31st December

Not Another Teen Movie

A jock bets that he can convert a girl in his high school into a prom queen. However, his wicked sister and a devious cheerleader try to thwart him.

Genre: Comedy
When is it leaving Netflix?: 31st December

Pride & Prejudice

Mrs. Bennet insists that her daughters find rich husbands and settle down. When a wealthy bachelor starts living near them, Mrs. Bennet’s happiness knows no bounds.

Genre: Romance, Drama
When is it leaving Netflix?: 31st December

The Notebook

Duke reads the story of Allie and Noah, two lovers who were separated by fate, to Ms Hamilton, an old woman who suffers from dementia, on a daily basis out of his notebook.

Genre: Romance
When is it leaving Netflix?: 31st December

The Town

A proficient group of thieves rob a bank and hold Claire, the assistant manager, hostage. Things begin to get complicated when one of the crew members falls in love with Claire

Genre: Crime, Thriller
When is it leaving Netflix?: 31st December

Troy

After Paris, a prince of Troy, has an affair with Menelaus’s wife, Helen, he decides to take her with him. Later, Menelaus’s brother uses that as an excuse to wage war against the city of Troy.

Genre: Action
When is it leaving Netflix?: 31st December

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