Here's Everything Leaving Netflix In November

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Don't scream, Drew Barrymore. You still have a solid 10 days to watch these movies and TV shows that are slowly filtering off of Netflix forever in November. Yes, the beloved horror classic Scream (1996) is one of them. At least you can watch it all through Halloween. What would October 31 be without Ghostface? Just make sure no calls are coming from inside your house. I know; different movie. I stand by the joke.

Joking aside, it's time to get serious about the purge. As in, Netflix's purge of TV shows and movies that happens every month. We just found out what'll be departing from the 'flix forever come November, and it's with great sadness that we bring you the list today. Make sure to watch these treasures before it's too late. I personally recommend House of Flying Daggers (2004). It's a beautifully shot love story with lush visuals and fight scenes that will make you question gravity. Take that, Isaac Newton.
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1492: Conquest of Paradise (1992)
To quote Hamilton: Everyone give it up for America’s favorite fighting Frenchman… Except this time, it’s not Lafayette; it’s Gérard Depardieu. He plays Christopher Columbus in this movie about a certain journey to a New World you might have learned about in school.

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America in Primetime (2011)
This PBS docu-series goes behind the scenes with the creative minds responsible for the current golden age of television.

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Bali: Season 1 (2006)
Bali the puppy goes to preschool and traverses life in the city. Fun!

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Balto III: Wings of Change (2004)
Balto and the other sled dogs find themselves out of a job when a plane takes over mail delivery in the north, so they challenge the pilot to a race. When the plane goes missing, it’s up to Balto and his son Kodi to save the day.

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Batman & Robin (1997)
The one where George Clooney’s Batsuit has VERY controversial nipples.

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Best Kept Secret (2013)
This documentary follows a New Jersey high school teacher named Janet Mino who works with autistic students.

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Best Laid Plans (1999)
Bryce (Josh Brolin) meets Lissa (Reese Witherspoon) in a bar, and the two head home for a one-night stand. In the morning, Lissa tries to blackmail Bryce by claiming she’s underage, setting off a chain of deceitful events.

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Changing Lanes (2002)
A rush-hour car crash on New York City’s FDR Drive sets off a feud between the two drivers (Samuel L. Jackson and Ben Affleck) as they try to ruin each other’s lives.

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Cleopatra (1963)
Come for the Elizabeth Taylor-Richard Burton romance, stay for the over-the-top costumes and lavish production value.

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Conspiracy Theory (1997)
A cab driver (Mel Gibson) who’s obsessed with U.S. Justice Department lawyer Alice Sutton (Julia Roberts) gets caught up in the same type of conspiracy theory he likes to investigate in his spare time.

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Death Warrant (1990)
Jean-Claude Van Damme is totally believable as an ass-kicking Mountie from Quebec.

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Fargo (1996)
The Coen brothers’ masterful ransom-gone-wrong saga based on supposedly true events that transpired in Minnesota in 1987.

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Fela Kuti: Music is the Weapon (1982)
Musician Fela Kuti is known as the creator of Afrobeat. This documentary sheds light on the role Fela played in exposing the horrors happening in his homeland of Nigeria during the height of his popularity.

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Funny Games (1997)
Skip the American remake (2007) and go straight for the terrifying original version of this thriller about two men who take a family hostage in a cabin.

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Half the Sky (2012)
This docu-series follows women in 10 countries who deal with oppression and difficult circumstances.

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Hero and Terror (1988)
Chuck Norris is in this movie. That’s pretty much all you need to know.

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House of Flying Daggers (2004)
The House of Flying Daggers is a rebel organization (lead by powerful women!) that the government is desperate to be rid of. When the police capture Mei (Zhang Ziyi), a blind dancer suspected to be a member of the Flying Daggers, an officer named Jin (Takeshi Kaneshiro) goes undercover to follow her back to the group’s headquarters.

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Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie (2002)
It’s the story of Jonah and the whale, with veggies subbing in for people and the large ocean-dwelling mammal.

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Lunopolis (2009)
This fake found-footage documentary follows two filmmakers who discover alien life on the moon.

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Move Over, Darling (1963)
A man (James Garner) who thought his wife (Doris Day) was dead returns from his honeymoon to find out that she’s very much alive.

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Norman (2010)
After learning that his father (Richard Jenkins) has terminal cancer, a teen (Dan Byrd) pretends to have the same disease.

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Pajaminals: Season 1 (2010)
The Pajanimals puppets have adventures from their bedroom, helping children fall asleep in the process.

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Rudy (1993)
Rudy (Sean Astin) wants to play football at Notre Dame, but his size is a hinderance. He works the grounds and joins the school’s practice squad instead, dreaming of gridiron glory.

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Saw (2004)
Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) holds two men (Leigh Whannell, Cary Elwes) captive and forces them to choose who will live and who will die — and who will saw off his own foot.

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Saw II (2005)
Jigsaw ups his kidnapping game to eight strangers in one room.

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Saw III (2006)
Jigsaw takes on a protégé named Amanda (Shawnee Smith). It’s great to have someone carry on traditions.

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Saw IV (2007)
Jigsaw is dead, but he’s still wreaking havoc in the form of a tape the police find in his stomach. Who eats tapes?

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Saw V (2008)
Congratulations, you’ve watched five Saw movies.

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Scream (1996)
Wes Craven’s campy horror classic about a high schooler and her friends being terrorized by a killer in disguise as Ghostface.

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Secrets of Mary Magdalene (2006)
Who was Mary Magdalene, really? This documentary tries to find out.

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Soul Plane (2004)
A man (Kevin Hart) wins $100 million and decides to start his own airline with Snoop Dogg as a pilot. He should probably drug test.

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Stand by Me (1986)
In this coming-of-age tale, four boys discover a dead body in the woods, which leads to personal discoveries about themselves.

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Taking Lives (2004)
Angelina Jolie is an FBI profiler helping the police find a serial killer in Canada.

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The Blues Brothers (1980)
Jake (John Belushi) and Elwood (Dan Aykroyd) get the band back together to stop their childhood orphanage from closing.

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The Core (2003)
A movie about a Pilates teacher with a dream. Just kidding; it’s a sci-fi flick in which the Earth’s core stops spinning.

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The Last Waltz (1978)
Martin Scorsese films The Band’s final concert, at San Francisco’s Winterland arena.

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The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio (2005)
An Ohio woman (Julianne Moore) with 10 children and an alcoholic husband (Woody Harrelson) enters a jingle-writing contest.

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Three Kings (1999)
Three American soldiers (George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg, and Ice Cube) stationed in Iraq believe they’ve found a treasure map that will lead them to a hidden cache of gold.

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Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns (2008)
A single mom (Angela Bassett) who never knew her father learns that he passed away, and travels to Georgia to meet his family for the first time.

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Year of the Dog (2007)
When her dog suddenly dies, a secretary (Molly Shannon) finds her life changing in unexpected ways.

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Your Inner Fish (2014)
This documentary traces human genetic material to demonstrate how our anatomical structure bears traces of fish, reptiles, and primates.

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Bratz: Good Vibes (2011)
A Bratz movie that mistakenly uses an “s” instead of a “z” in the title? Did someone fall asleep at the editing wheel?

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The Perfect Stranger (2011)
The arrival of a mysterious foreigner (Colm Meaney) causes a stir in a small Spanish village.

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Shanghai Noon (2000)
Unfortunately, watching this movie won’t answer the all-important question: Yo! Where Jackie Chan at Right Now?

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My Hope America with Billy Graham (2013)
Billy Graham wants Americans to form a stronger relationship with Jesus.

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The Road (2011)
Three teenagers go missing, and the circumstances surrounding their disappearance are extremely similar to those of a 12-year-old cold case.

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Bratz: Pampered Petz (2010)
Lola and her rescued pets are threatened with eviction, so the Bratz rush in to help.

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A Girl Walks Into a Bar (2011)
A night unfolds in 10 bars around Los Angeles.

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Stranger by the Lake (2014)
Franck (Pierre Deladonchamps) and Michel (Christophe Paou) strike up a conversation on a secluded beach, even though Franck knows Michel might be dangerous.

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Fleabag Monkeyface: Season 1 (2012)
Fleabag Monkeyface is a half-boy, half-monkey creature who goes on adventures with his friends.

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Teen Beach Movie (2013)
Okay, so it’s no High School Musical, but Disney’s song-and-dance romp on the beach does harken back to the days of Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon.

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Bratz Passion 4 Fashion Diamondz (2006)
The Bratz wind up in a haunted town when they venture on the road to recruit fashion designers.

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Breaking the Girls (2012)
Two college roommates, Sara (Agnes Bruckner) and Alex (Madeline Zima), think they’ve planned the perfect crime of killing each other’s enemies, but of course it goes wrong.

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Crystal Fairy & the Magical Cactus (2013)
Jamie (Michael Cera) travels to Chile to consume a hallucinogen made from the San Pedro cactus, but he finds himself saddled with an eccentric woman who calls herself Crystal Fairy (Gaby Hoffmann).

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Alpha and Omega: The Legend of the Saw Tooth Cave (2014)
A wolf pup breaks way from his pack to explore a cave, where he meets another lone wolf.

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Bel Ami (2012)
A former soldier (Robert Pattinson) becomes a journalist and begins to social-climb his way through Parisian society in the 1880s.

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Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview (2012)
This 1995 TV interview features the legendary Apple founder talking about his life, Microsoft, and the future.

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Art of Flight: The Series (2012)
Professional snowboarder Travis Rice and director Curt Morgan travel the world to film daring runs.

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Burning Man (2011)
Nope, not the music festival. This movie is about a moody chef (Matthew Goode). Get it?

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Leviathan (2012)
Filmed on tiny waterproof cameras with no spoken commentary, this documentary delves deep inside the North American fishing industry.

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Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap (2012)
Ice-T asks some of rap’s most famous artists about their creative processes.

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Romanzo Criminale: Season 1-2 (2010)
Inspired by a 1970s street gang in Rome, this series dives into the city’s dark underworld.

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Salamander: Season 1 (2012)
A Belgian police inspector (Filip Peeters) looks into a bank robbery that’s part of a much larger plot.

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Jesus Henry Christ (2012)
A 10-year-old named Henry (Jason Spevack) searches for his father, an anonymous sperm donor.

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Virginia (2010)
A man running for state senator (Ed Harris) finds his life spiraling out of control after his daughter (Emma Roberts) gets involved with the son of his mentally ill mistress (Jennifer Connelly).

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