Movies Leaving Netflix In November



15 Movies Leaving Netflix in November

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Catch these films before they expire from Netflix next month.

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Urban Cowboy (1980)

John Travolta and Debra Winger star in this western romance, which follows the lives of a group of Texans and their ties to Gilley's Club, a honky tonk in a suburb of Houston.

Expires 11/1/16

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E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

In this classic sci-fi film directed by Steven Spielberg, a young boy (Henry Thomas) befriends an alien, "E.T.", and assists him on his journey home. The film also stars Drew Barrymore in her breakout role.

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Angel Heart (1987)

When a New York investigator (Mickey Rourke) explores the disappearance of a man dubbed "Johnny's Favorite," he ventures to New Orleans and becomes involved in a string of violent killings. Robert De Niro, Lisa Bonet and Charlotte Rampling also star.

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Fatal Attraction (1987)

Michael Douglas, Glenn Close and Anne Archer star in this 1987 film, about an adulterous husband and his mistress, who refuses to let the affair end and ultimately becomes obsessed with him.

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Can't Hardly Wait (1998)

Before they made it big, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Peter Facinelli, Seth Green and Lauren Ambrose came together in this teenage drama about Philadelphia high school students on the night of their graduation.

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Meet Joe Black (1998)

As his 65thbirthday approaches, Bill Parrish (Anthony Hopkins) is visited by Death, who has taken the form of a local man who has recently died—Joe Black (Brad Pitt). When Joe promises Bill he'll add a few extra days onto his life, the two strike a deal. In return, Bill must host Joe as he experiences human life on earth. Anthony Hopkins and Brad Pitt star in this fantasy drama.

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Varsity Blues (1999)

In a fictional small town in Texas, football is religion. Follow the high school team, the community and an overbearing head coach as they live through a rocky football season in this coming of age film.

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Almost Famous (2000)

Follow a teenage journalist (Patrick Fugit) as he ventures into the world of sex, drugs and rock and roll while on assignment forRolling Stonein the 1970s. The film also stars Billy Crudup and Kate Hudson, whose performance as stylish veteran groupie Penny Lane skyrocketed her to stardom.

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What Women Want (2000)

When chauvinistic Nick (Mel Gibson) is suddenly able to hear the inner thoughts of women around him, he attempts to right the wrongs he's done to the women in his life. Helen Hunt also stars in this romantic comedy.

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Legally Blonde (2001)

When her boyfriend (Matthew Davis) breaks up with her the night he's supposed to proposed, California sorority girl Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon) becomes committed to doing whatever it takes to win him back. When she follows him to Harvard Law School, Elle realizes she's made for bigger things than she ever expected. Selma Blair, Jennifer Coolidge and Luke Wilson also star in this classic rom-com.

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Something's Gotta Give (2003)

When Harry (Jack Nicholson) and Erica (Diane Keaton) fall in love later in life (after he's dated her daughter, of course), they prove that opposites truly do attract. Keanu Reeves, Frances McDormand and Amanda Peet also star in this romantic comedy.

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The Holiday (2006)

What happens when a California television executive (Cameron Diaz) and a journalist (Kate Winslet) from the English countryside switch roles? A charming tale of love and self-realization. Jude Law and Jack Black also star in this feel-good holiday film.

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Into The Wild (2007)

When Christopher McCandless (Emile Hirsch) wandered into the Alaskan wilderness to test the limits of survival—and never returned—his story became legend. Sean Penn directs this 2007 biopic, which also features Marcia Gay Harden, William Hurt, Vince Vaughn and Kristen Stewart.Into the Wildis adapted from Jon Krakauer's novel of the same name.

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The American (2010)

When a contract killer (George Clooney) butchers a job in Sweden, he retreats from his line of work to Italy, where he befriends a local priest (Paolo Bonacelli) and falls in love with a beautiful woman (Violante Placido). The film is adapted from Martin Booth's 1990 novel,A Very Private Gentleman.

Expires 11/16/16

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Stuck In Love (2012)

A novelist (Greg Kinnear) navigates the challenges of divorce and forging a relationship with his teenage children (Lily Collins and Nat Wolff) after his wife (Jennifer Connelly) leaves him for a younger man. This independent film was directed by Josh Boone ofThe Fault in Our Stars.






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