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25th May 2023

This family favourite film is among those leaving Netflix at the end of the month


It is among an incredible list of flicks.

We know it’s not easy to keep up with everything streaming while you’re out gallivanting in the lovely weather we’re currently having. Especially with the 19 huge movies Netflix have just added to top up your watchlist.

However, if you find a free evening between now and June 1st, then it may be a good time to take a look below and catch up on all of these classic movies that are leaving Netflix in just a few days.

The Breakfast Club (1985)

Don’t you (forget that this is leaving Netflix in a week). The iconic 80’s coming-of-age flick sees the classic high school tropes of the brain, the athlete, the princess, the bully and the loner come together during a detention session one Saturday.

Coach Carter (2005)

Samuel L. Jackson stars in this biopic about coach Ken Carter who famously suspended his high school basketball students for poor academic performances.

Cuban Fury (2014)

Nick Frost, Chris O’Dowd, Rashida Jones and Olivia Coleman star in this underrated comedy flick about a man who re-ignites his passion for salsa dancing to win the heart of his American boss.

Good Will Hunting (1997)

The Oscar-winning drama written by and starring Ben Affleck and Matt Damon alongside Robin Williams is one of the most-loved movies of the last few decades.

Centering on a janitor in M.I.T who receives mentorship from a psychologist to nurture his genius, Good Will Hunting is one of the great films to leave the streamer in a week.

The Guard (2011)

One of Brendan Gleeson’s finest roles on screen as a grumpy garda who has to assist an FBI agent (Don Cheadle) when he arrives in Ireland to solve a drug-trafficking case.

It remains the most successful independent Irish film of all time in terms of Irish box-office receipts, and scored $21 million globally.

Jackass: The Movie (2002), Jackass 2.5 (2007) and Jackass 3.5: The Explicit Movie (2011)

If you’re a fan of laughing at grown men hurting themselves and their friends in the most creative ways possible then you know what you’re getting into with Jackass.

Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O and the rest of the gang are flying off Netflix at the end of the week so get your fill of risky stunts before it’s too late.

Legend (2015)

Two Tom Hardys! The British actor plays both Ronald and Reginald Kray, the notorious twins that terrorized London throughout the 1960s.

Paddington 2 (2018)

Genuinely one of the best films of the century, Paddington 2 is everything you could ask for in a family film. Do not miss out on this emotional rollercoaster of a film before it heads off the streamer in June.


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Pulp Fiction (1994)

You know that poster that every guy you know had in their bedroom when they were a teenager? Turns out that’s actually a movie by someone called Quentin Tarantino.

Scream (1996)

“Do you like scary movies?” Iconic slasher flick starring Neve Campbell, David Arquette and Courtney Cox.

This Is 40 (2012)

A sort of sequel to 2007 comedy Knocked Up stars Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann as a couple entering their 40’s and dealing with the stresses that come with it.

The Woman in Black (2012)

Underrated British horror flick starring Daniel Radcliffe in his first major film role after the Harry Potter films. If you’re into classic ghost stories, then this will scratch your itch.


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