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These Netflix Movies are Leaving on Monday

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By Brian Morales

We are nearing the end of the month, and as you know the drill by now, many platforms shuffle movies/shows out of the rotation when the final days of the month hit. Today we are going to be looking at the 15 movies that will be leaving Netflix on Monday (March 30)

Some of these are great movies! From a super hero masterpiece, to a classic story of revenge. You better get your watch-list ready, because you have only a few days to catch these films.

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Batman Films & 'The Lord of the Rings' Films

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Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins, and The Dark Knight will be exiting the platform on Monday. If you haven't seen these two excellent films by now, then to you we say, it's never too late. Heath Ledger's Joker is something you have to see for yourself

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King will be making there way out as well. Peter Jackson's classic tale still holds up to this day.

The 'Kill Bills', and 'The Charlie's Angels'


Kill Bill: Vol. 1 and Kill Bill: Vol. 2 are leaving as well. In this Tarantino classic, we see Uma Thurman take bloody revenge on the group of assassins who killed her husband in the ultimate revenge story.

Another flick starring Lucy Liu, is also making its way out. Both Charlie's Angel's (Charlie's Angels and Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle) will be leaving. The cast includes Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore alongside Lucy Liu. Don't worry, these films are better than the 2019 version.

'Paranormal Activity' and 'Wild Wild West'


The jarring Paranormal Activity will also be leaving (hopefully that ghost in your house follows suit). Blumhouse's Iconic 'found-footage' film ended up being a huge success, as audiences were petrified by the realism of the footage, leaving a lot of people to actually believe the events. The movie follows of a couple living in a haunted house as they document the activity with their camera.

Will Smith's completely battered Wild Wild West will also be leaving. This is also frighteningly in its own way, that is, frighteningly bad. However, we'd be lying if we said it wasn't somewhat entertaining.

Everything Else That is Leaving

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It looks like we are running out of time here, so here is the list of the other flicks that will be leaving the platform on Monday:

Death at a Funeral


New York Minute

P.S. I Love You

Small Soldiers

Most are comedy films, along with the way over the top musical Hairspray, and the rom-com P.S. I Love you, if that is what you fancy. Regardless, if any of these titles seem interesting to you, now is the time to watch them (especially as you are self-quarantining).

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