Here's Everything Leaving Netflix In March

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Oh, Netflix. Why must you take such goodness away from us? The streaming service just broke the bad news, and we're here to relay it to you. There are a whole bunch of movies and TV shows leaving Netflix in March.

For example, you have just one week to watch '90s classics like American Pie (1999) and Jumanji (1995). Among the more recent fare departing next month is 2012's Cosmopolis — you know, that one with Robert Pattinson playing a billionaire in the back of a limo. The 2013 psychological thriller Side Effects (2013), starring hotties Rooney Mara and Channing Tatum, is also on its way out.

And if you're a fan of TED Talks, you've got some crunching to do: A whole bunch of the educational clips are leaving next month.

Good thing we've got an extra day in February, people. Time to get binging!

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Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet the Wolfman (2000)
Alvin and the gang stage their own spooky (and squeaky) production of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

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Switchmas (2013)
This musical comedy about a Christmas-obsessed Jewish boy is kind of out of season, anyway, so we doubt you’ll miss it all that much. But if you happen to be a massive Elliott Gould fan, maybe check this out before it’s gone.

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American Pie (1999)
This now-classic teen comedy is a who’s-who of Young Hollywood circa the late ‘90s. Jason Biggs, Chris Klein, Natasha Lyonne, Tara Reid, Seann William Scott, and Mena Suvari star.

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American Wedding (2003)
Some of the gang — including Jason Biggs and Seann William Scott — returns for this sequel to American Pie 2 (2001). This time, it’s about marriage instead of sex. Allison Hannigan and January Jones co-star.

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Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)
Did you know that this was the first sci-fi film in Disney’s animated features canon? Michael J. Fox voiced the protagonist — cartographer and sexy geek Milo James Thatch — in this adventure-fantasy film set in the legendary underwater kingdom.

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Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986)
Hollywood heavyweights Nick Nolte, Bette Midler and Richard Dreyfuss star in this '80s flick about a wealthy but dysfunctional couple whose lives are changed in unexpected ways when they stop a homeless man from committing suicide.

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Emily Brontē's Wuthering Heights (1992)
Ralph Fiennes plays the brooding, tortured Heathcliff in this adaptation of Emily Brontë’s 19th century gothic romance. Juliette Binoche co-stars as Catherine Earnshaw — the foster sister whom he falls in love with.

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Gone in 60 Seconds (2000)
In order to save his brother’s life, a retired car thief (Nicolas Cage) has to get back in the game and steal 50 cars in 72 hours. Angelina Jolie plays the love interest.

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Hackers (1985)
A group of extraordinarily talented teenaged hackers get tangled up in a corporate conspiracy via the big bad internet. Angelina Jolie and Jonny Lee Miller star in the cult classic.

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Hamlet (1990)
The story of the classic Shakespeare tragedy, about a Danish prince (Mel Gibson) haunted by the ghost of his murdered father. Glenn Close is superb as Queen Gertrude, as is Helena Bonham Carter in her role as Ophelia.

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Hannie Caulder (1971)
If you ever wanted to see Brits take a stab at making a Western, here’s your chance. Raquel Welch stars as the titular heroine, a badass frontier babe who seeks revenge on the men who murder her husband and rape her.

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Hardball (2001)
Keanu Reeves plays Conor, a reckless gambler in major debt who begins coaching a baseball team of troubled youth in the Chicago projects in order to dig himself out.

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Hart's War (2002)
A World War II officer (Colin Farrell) is captured by the Germans and forced to give up U.S. secrets. The ranking American officer in the P.O.W. camp (Bruce Willis) becomes suspicious, and a nasty bout of manipulation ensues. Terrence Howard co-stars.

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Hitch (2005)
In this enjoyable if cliched rom-com, Will Smith plays a dating coach who falls in love with a skeptical journalist (Eva Mendes). Happens to me all the time.

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Indecent Proposal (1993)
Happily married high school sweethearts, played by Woody Harrelson and Demi Moore, lose all their money in Vegas. A billionaire (Robert Redford) offers Diana, the wife, one million dollars if she spends a night with him. Indecent indeed.

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Johnny Dangerously (1984)
This parody of gangster movies from the '30s, stars Michael Keaton as a good guy who turns to crime in order to pay his mom’s hospital bills and his brother’s law school tuition. Danny DeVito makes an appearance.

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Jumanji (1995)
If you’re a millennial, odds are you’ve had a nightmare inspired by this creepy fantasy thriller about a man (Robin Williams) who escapes from a magical, menacing board game.

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Masters of the Universe (1987)
This sci-fi fantasy action movie was early to the toy-based movie franchise trend. It was developed around the Mattel line of toys.

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Men in Black II (2002)
The sequel by no means lived up to the original. But Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jone still make an entertaining duo as they fight bad aliens while wearing dapper suits.

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Not Another Teen Movie (2001)
This spoof-apalooza starring Chris Evan and Jaime Pressly riffs on pretty much every teen movie, ever, including She’s All That, 10 Things I Hate About You, Bring It On, Varsity Blues, Pretty In Pink, and American Pie.

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Paycheck (2003)
This sci-fi thriller is based on a short story by famed science fiction writer Philip K. Dick. Ben Affleck stars as a “reverse engineer.” You’ll have to watch the film to understand exactly what that means. The supporting cast includes Paul Giamatti, Uma Thurman, Aaron Eckhart and Michael C. Hall.

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The Babysitters (2007)
This offbeat indie drama stars Katherine Waterston as a teenaged girl who transforms her babysitting service into a call girl service. Cynthia Nixon co-stars.

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The Chosen One (2010)
Rob Schneider directs and stars in this dramedy about a depressed car salesman (Schneider) who finds solace in Colombian shamans, his mother, and his gay Buddhist brother.

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The Monster Squad (1987)
This '80s horror-comedy is about a group of pre-teen monster fans, called the Monster Squad, that battles a band of big, bad classic monsters led by Count Dracula.

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The United States of Leland (2003)
This jarring drama, about a shy teenaged boy (Ryan Gosling) who commits a senseless murder, boasts a stellar cast: Don Cheadle, Chris Klein, Jena Malone, Kevin Spacey and Michelle Williams.

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Wings (1927)
This romantic silent war movie, about two World War I pilots in love with the same women, is actually the first feature film to win a Best Picture Oscar.

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Stevie Nicks: In Your Dreams (2013)
This music documentary follows the creative process behind making Stevie Nicks’ 2011 solo album In Your Dreams.

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Night Catches Us (2010)
This film, set in 1976, explores racial strife in Philadelphia during the Black Power movement. An ex-Black Panther, played by an excellent Anthony Mackie, has to return to his old neighborhood for his father’s funeral. Co-stars Kerry Washington.

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Getting Go: The Go Doc Project (2013)
A shy college grad (Tanner Cohen) devises a plan to film a documentary on New York City’s nightlife in order to encounter the sexy go-go dancer (Matthew Camp) he’s infatuated with.

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Private Romeo (2011)
It’s kind of all in the title, here. Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet gets the all-male cadet school treatment in this Shakespearean commentary on the military’s (now-repealed) Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy.

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I Am Divine (2013)
This documentary about a drag superstar named Divine — who was filmmaker John Waters’ muse — is anything but dull. Dare we say it’s divine?

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Le Week-End (2013)
An English couple that’s been married for many years takes a trip to the City of Love — Paris, where they honeymooned—in an effort to rekindle their lackluster romance.

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Refuge (2012)
Krysten Ritter stars as Amy, who drops out of college to take care of her younger siblings — one of whom has brain damage — after their parents disappear. Sister of the year!

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Deadfall (2012)
After a thoroughly botched casino heist, two siblings (Eric Bana and Olivia Wilde) on-the-run split up on their way to the Canadian border. Wilde’s character ends up falling for a boxer on parole, played by Charlie Hunnam. Come on, guys, you couldn’t find a ridiculously attractive cast for this movie?

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Holidaze (2013)
A workaholic (Jennie Garth) wakes up in an alternate universe where she is living in her hometown — and happily married to her childhood sweetheart (Cameron Mathison).

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Arn: The Knight Templar (2007)
In this Crusades saga, based on an epic Swedish book trilogy, a son of nobility (Joakim Nätterqvist) is sent to Jerusalem to repent for forbidden love and join the Knights Templar.

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The Mistle-tones! (2012)
In this musical, a high-school student (Sister, Sister’s Tia Mowry) doesn’t make the cut for a Christmas music group founded by her late mom — so she forms her own.

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Geography Club (2013)
A group of non-hetero teenagers come together to form their own club as a secret refuge from the social nightmare that is high-school.

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Best of TEDx: Season 1 (2014)

TED Talks: Life Hack 1-2
(2011, 2015)

TED Talks: Sex, Secrets & Love: Season 1 (2014)

TED Talks: The Best of TEDx in Español: Season 1 (2015)

TEDTalks: Ancient Clues: Season 1 (2007)

TEDTalks: Animal Voices: Season 1 (2015)

TEDTalks: Artistry and Illusion: Season 1 (2012)

TEDTalks: Beasts, Bugs & Bio-wilderment: Season 1 (2013)

TEDTalks: Body By Design: Season 1 (2014)

TEDTalks: Brave Neuro World: Season 1 (2011)

TEDTalks: Building Wonder
: Season 1 (2011)

TEDTalks: Chew On This: Season 1 (2011)

TEDTalks: Cyber Awe: Season 1 (2012)

TEDTalks: Defying Disease: Season 1 (2013)

TEDTalks: Global Villages: Season 1 (2011)

TEDTalks: Head Games
: Season 1 (2012)

TEDTalks: Hot Buttons: Season 1 (2014)

TEDTalks: How to Start a Movement: Season 1 (2011)

TEDTalks: Humanity's Future: Season 1 (2011)

TEDTalks: Inexplicable Connections: Season 1 (2011)

TEDTalks: Into the Abyss: Season 1 (2011)

TEDTalks: Let Your Mind Wonder: Season 1 (2014)

TEDTalks: Life Lessons & Confessions: Season 1-2 (2015)

TEDTalks: Love, No Matter What: Season 1 (2014)

TEDTalks: Music Revolution: Season 1 (2013)

TEDTalks: Numbers Speak Louder than Words
: Season 1 (2011)

TEDTalks: Rad Invention
: Season 1 (2012)

TEDTalks: Rebel Design: Season 1 (2011)

TEDTalks: Robotic Machinations
: Season 1 (2013)

TEDTalks: Smart Laughs: Season 1 (2012)

TEDTalks: Space Trek: Season 1 (2011)

TEDTalks: The Capitalism Paradox: Season 1 (2011)

Yes, that’s a lot of TED Talks to get through. But the best thing about these educational, fascinating, and often inspiring talks is that you don’t really need to sit down to watch them — so they’re perfect for multitasking. They make great background viewing/listening while multitasking and will make you feel über-intelligent.

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I Killed My Mother (2009)
This intense drama from French -Canadian ingenue filmmaker Xavier Dolan takes a long, hard look at the difficult relationship between mother and son.

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Lola & Virginia: Season 1 (2007)
A street-smart 12-year-old named Lola meets her match with bratty rich girl Virginia.

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Waste Land (2010)
This Brazilian-British documentary follows the artist Vik Muniz to the largest landfill in the world — just outside Rio de Janeiro — where he works with a colorful group of ingenious artists who recycle junk into highly-prized art.

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Elegy (2008)
Ben Kingsley plays a publicly renowned but secretly sleazy professor who seduces a grad student (Penélope Cruz). Dennis Hopper, Patricia Clarkson and Peter Sarsgaard co-star.

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Cosmopolis (2012)
A young Wall Street billionaire, played by a surprisingly good Robert Pattinson, is threatened with assassination and forced to watch his empire crumble around him during a really shitty limo ride across town.

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Music For Mandela (2013)
This touching documentary explores the surprisingly powerful effect that music had on the life of anti-apartheid revolutionary and iconic peaceful activist Nelson Mandela.

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Out in the Dark (2012)
This stunning Israeli drama tells the story of a romance between an Israeli lawyer Palestinian student who is threatened with deportation.

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Side Effects (2013)
Jude Law, Rooney Mara, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Channing Tatum star in this sexy mind-fuck of a psychological thriller. A deeply depressed young woman (Mara) tries a series of medications after an attempted suicide. It would be a grave understatement to say the pills only make things worse.

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Keep the Lights On (2012)
A Danish documentary maker (Thure Lindhardt) living in New York gets into a very complicated relationship with a drug-addicted publishing lawyer (Zachary Booth). The director, Ira Sachs, was inspired by his real-life relationship with literary agent Bill Clegg.

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The Comedy (2012)
Don’t let the title fool you. This off-putting indie drama is about a rich, aging and unhappy hipster living in Williamsburg who, along with his friends, plays sick games to entertain himself at the expense of strangers.

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Gayby (2012)
Yep, you guessed it: A gay man and a woman have a baby together. Longtime BFFs (Jenn Harris and Matthew Wilkas) are in their 30s and not anywhere close to starting their own families. So they make a baby the old-fashioned way.

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Dr. Dolittle 3 (2006)
Dr. Dolittle’s youngest daughter (Kyla Pratt) inherited her dad’s knack for communicating with animals, but she just wants to be a “normal teen.” Sadly, neither Eddie Murphy nor Raven-Symoné are in this installment.

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Garfield's Pet Force (2009)
Speakng of talking animals, this animated movie is the second (and, mercifully, the last) installment in the straight-to-video series based on Jim Davis’ classic comic strip.

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The Sandlot 2 (2005)
A new generation of baseball-playing oddball kiddos face off against an angry, mutated junkyard guard dog. It’s not the most unnecessary sequel ever made, but it comes close.

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Twelve Mile Road (2003)
In this made-for-TV movie, based on the bestselling novel of the same name, a girl (Maggie Grace) returns to her hometown farm in Idaho for a summer. She reunites with her estranged father, played by Tom Selleck and Tom Selleck’s mustache.

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Women Who Kill (2012)

In this underrated comedy special, a diverse cast of funny ladies — Amy Schumer, Rachel Feinstein, Nikki Glaser and Marina Franklin — meet up in New York for night of raucous stand-up.

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The Writers' Room: Season 1 (2013)
Oscar-winning screenwriter Jim Rash hosts this fascinating pop-culture talk show from the Sundance channel. It gets inside the head of the writers behind popular TV shows from Breaking Bad to Parks and Rec.

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