Some movies leave Netflix every month and become hard to find on other streaming platforms when we want to watch them. So, before these good movies leave Netflix’s store, give them a watch to experience good cinema.
From goofy and musical Pitch Perfect to Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy, don’t miss out on these gems of a movie that invoke excitement, nostalgia, and happiness them.
Scroll down quickly to watch these 10 best movies that are leaving Netflix after November.
Becca starts her new college with a dream to become a music producer one day. But fate leads her to join an all-girls Acapella singing group. Therein starts Becca’s tryst with amazing friendships, friendly rivalries, and lots and lots of singing. A musical comedy movie, Pitch Perfect will make one smile, laugh, and sing along with their Acapella cover songs.
Starring: Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Brittany Snow
A science fiction mystery starring Amy Adams, who plays Dr. Louise Banks, who is a linguistic expert in alien language. She is invited by the military to have a conversation with alien forces when twelve mysterious and humongous spaceships appear around the world suddenly.
Starring: Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, Forest Whitaker
A teen comedy with dark humor, the movie Superbad revolves around two best friends who are graduating high school. Disappointed with the lack of racy adventures, they decide to go all out to have an unforgettable party but as they make preparations, everything starts to go massively wrong.
Starring: Michael Cera, Jonah Hill, Seth Rogen
Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man Trilogy
Toby Maguire’s Spiderman is everyone’s favorite. It was the first movie to ever play the friendly neighborhood Spiderman. Netflix has all three movies in the trilogy, so visit it again for the superhero action flick nostalgia, for the sweet love story between Spiderman and Mary Jane Watson, and watch old villains like the Green Goblin.
Starring: Toby Maguire, Kristen Dunst, James Franco
A pessimistic weather news reporter, Phil, is sent on an assignment to Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, to cover the event of Groundhog Day on February 2nd. Reluctant to cover the news in a small town, he nevertheless reaches there, but the event turns bad due to an oncoming Blizzard. Phil isn’t able to leave and sleeps at the hotel, but when he wakes up, he finds himself stuck in a time loop, repeating the 2nd day of February.
Starring: Bill Murray, Andie MacDowell
Sex and the City: The Movie
After years of dating, Carrie and Big finally decide to tie the knot. But outside the very chapel where they are to be wed, Big gets cold feet and leaves a devastated Carrie. But Carrie has her three friends, Samantha, Charlotte, and Miranda, at her back to hold and support her, so they decide to take a girls’ trip together.
Starring: Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon
Up in the Air
Ryan Bingham specializes in employment termination and gives his assistance to companies across America. He is successful in his work and flies around most of the time. Through this, he meets Alex whose nature of work also makes her a frequent flier. They carelessly navigate their relationship, only meeting when they are coincidentally in the same cities for work. Until Ryan gets a young assistant, Natalie, who helps him realize what he has with Alex.
Starring: George Clooney, Anna Kendrick, Vera Farmiga
A period drama and thriller, Fences stars the acting powerhouse Denzel Washington, who plays Troy Maxson, a bitter man. Troy is unable to fulfill his dream of becoming a baseball player because of discrimination against him as an African-American. Years later, he is still not over his dreams and has turned bitter and callous-natured, especially towards his family.
Starring: Denzel Washington, Viola Davis, Jovam Adepo
Matilda Wormwood is an unusual 6-year-old as she has developed to be a genius with telekinetic powers. However, her frustrating family neglects her potential and tries to stamp out her brilliance by not letting her go to school. Mischievous and cunning Matilda decides not to suffer anymore and uses her miraculous powers to teach her overbearing family a proper lesson.
Starring: Mara Wilson, Rhea Perlman
Billy, a boxer, is not able to deal with the grief that comes after his wife’s death, leading him to seek reckless satisfaction by deliberately antagonizing his opponent, hitting the referee, and lastly, his behaviors result in him losing his young daughter’s custody. Recognizing his failure and loss, Billy decides to get back up and fight for his daughter, this time with the help of trainer Tick.
Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Rachel McAdams, Forest Whitaker