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 before June comes, this is your last chance to stream movies leaving Netflix.
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Could you have guessed that the director of this movie – Peyton Reed – is now a Marvel director? The film’s premise is intriguing and Jim Carrey brings his own flavor of comedy into it making it an enjoyable watch.
The Polar Express
Genre: Animation, Drama
We will be sad to let this one go but not without watching it one last time. Based on the book of the same name, the movie used motion capture of the actors and transformed them into animation instead of going for old-style animation. You know you want to see how that looks.
Genre: Action, Thriller
Julie & Julia
Genre: Comedy, Drama
There is no doubt that for a lot of us, food is the one thing that keeps us going in more than one way. Meryl Streep and Amy Adams take it one step further in this movie. Make sure you have enough food ready while watching this film.
The Last Samurai
Genre: War, Action
In this period piece, Captain Nathan Algren played by Tom Cruise is under orders to vanquish the Samurai until he becomes one of them. We will never say no to some Tom Cruise action sequences.
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Genre: Teen, Comedy
The film is iconic with people referencing it even today. If you feel FOMO about not watching it, this is the time to catch it. Also, the post-credits scene might be familiar for some Deadpool movie fans.
Elizabeth and Elizabeth: The Golden Age
Genre: Drama, Historical
This is an Academy-award winning film tracing the life of Elizabeth from the time she ascended the throne. Everyone who loves watching The Crown should definitely not miss this one.
Genre: Crime, Drama
This movie is partly like Ocean’s 11 and a non-magical version of Now You See Me. Even if crime is not your genre, this movie is worth a watch before it is gone.
Keep checking this space for movie recommendations. Stay home, stay safe, and keep bingeing!