The Nation / Movies that say goodbye to Netflix at the end of the month
Netflix constantly releases new releases, but also lays off others. Later this March, from Oscar winners to wacky comedies to epic adventures, They will leave the platform.
The Netflix catalog will be renewed this end of the month to welcome new entertainment proposals that take the place of titles that will no longer be available. This is because the license agreement with the producers ends, and there is no other choice than to take advantage of these last days to see them. These are 10 movies that say goodbye to the platform.
1. The Lord of the Rings trilogy (2001-2003). Directed by Peter Jackson, it is a cinematic masterpiece that transports viewers to the fantastic world of Middle-earth. Starring Elijah Wood as Frodo Baggins, Ian McKellen as Gandalf, and Viggo Mortensen as Aragorn, the epic story follows a band of unlikely heroes on a perilous quest to destroy the One Ring and defeat the dark lord Sauron.
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2. Molly’s Game (2017). Molly’s Game is an exciting drama directed by Aaron Sorkin, based on the true story of Molly Bloom, played by Jessica Chastain. After suffering a career-ending injury, Molly becomes a successful and notorious underground organizer of poker games for Hollywood celebrities, business moguls and the Russian mob. Her world takes an unexpected turn when she is arrested by the FBI.
3.Top Gun (1986). It is an action drama film directed by Tony Scott, which revolves around Maverick (Tom Cruise), a reckless but talented Navy pilot who is sent to the prestigious “Top Gun” school. There, he competes against other pilots, including his rival Iceman (Val Kilmer), while also falling for his instructor, Charlie (Kelly McGillis). It’s an unmissable classic that showcases Cruise’s electric star power and Scott’s unique visual touches.
4. Big Daddy (1999). Big Daddy is a heartwarming comedy directed by Dennis Dugan and starring Adam Sandler as Sonny Koufax, a slacker who unexpectedly becomes the legal guardian of a boy named Julian, played by Dylan and Cole Sprouse. As Sonny tries to teach Julian important life lessons, he learns some valuable things himself and ultimately becomes a better person.
5. Forrest Gump (1994). An iconic film that follows the life of a simple but kind man named Forrest Gump, played by Tom Hanks and directed by Robert Zemeckis. Featuring exceptional performances by Robin Wright as his childhood sweetheart Jenny and Gary Sinise as Forrest’s Vietnam War buddy Lt. Dan, the film takes audiences on a journey through the transformative events of the century. xx.
Other movies coming out of Netflix this month are: Secret Superstar (2017), Three Thieves (2019), Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Scroll (2016), Birdshot (2016); dealer (1998); Elizabeth and Margaret: Love and Loyalty (2020); Therapy (2020); The Hatton Garden Job (2018); The game of imitation (2014); and Pope Francis: a man of his word (2018), among others.
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