Here's Everything Leaving Netflix In April

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Oh, cruel, cruel Fates. You test us in so many ways. One, in particular: the monthly exodus of movies and TV shows from Netflix. Fortunately, you still a few days left in March to watch some of your favorite flicks and series before they stop streaming forever.
What should you catch before it departs? Well, start chanting "Rufio! Rufio!" now, because Hook (starring the inimitable Robin Williams as the boy who didn't want to grow up, yet somehow did) is vanishing off to Neverland, where we like to think all departed Netflix titles go when they disappear. Also, be sure to catch newly minted Oscar winner Alicia Vikander in one of her breakthrough roles, in 2012's A Royal Affair. Netflix is being kind enough to keep Half Baked, the 1998 stoner classic from Dave Chappelle and Neal Brennan, on there through 4/20, so make sure you celebrate it's final hurrah on the most appropriate of days.
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As for what else is leaving Netflix throughout the month of April, you'll just have to read on. The list is long and varied, and it will bewitch you, body and soul. (Yes, that's a major hint about one of the titles that's sadly taking its final bow.)
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101 Dalmatians (1996)
In this live-action adaptation of the classic Disney movie, Glenn Close takes on the role of the evil, puppy-skin-hungry Cruella de Vil, and we cower thinking of what it must have been like working with all of those puppies on set. That brave, foolhardy production team.

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2 Fast 2 Furious (2003)
2 cool 2 be on Netflix.

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Along Came a Spider (2001)
Alex Cross (Morgan Freeman), a detective, forensic psychologist, and author, teams up with a Secret Service agent (Monica Potter) to investigate the kidnapping of a senator’s daughter from her private school.

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Along Came Polly (2004)
An uptight risk analyst (Ben Stiller) reconnects with a free-spirited former classmate (Jennifer Aniston), and she gets to engage in all sorts of risky behavior, like salsa dancing. How daring.

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Amistad (1997)
This Steven Spielberg film tells the story of the 1839 mutiny on the slave ship La Amistad.

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Bad Johnson (2014)
In what was surprisingly not an instant classic, Cam Gigandet stars as Rich Johnson, a player whose penis detaches from his body one night and takes on human form (Nick Thune).

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Bandslam (2009)
New guy at school Will (Gaelan Connell) agrees to manage a band, hoping to win a competition called Bandslam, where the triumphant group scores a recording contract.

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Barefoot Contessa: Back to Basics Collection: Collection 1 (2011)
Ina Garten induces extreme salivation: Collection 1.

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Berkeley in the Sixties (1990)
Mark Kitchell’s documentary features interviews with UC Berkeley alumni about their experiences with extreme campus activism during the Vietnam War.

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The Butcher’s Wife (1991)
A New York City butcher (George Dzundza) meets clairvoyant Marina (Demi Moore) when he visits her hometown in North Carolina. She dreams that they’re meant to be, so she relocates to NYC so the two can get married. After they tie the knot, however, Marina begins to have second thoughts.

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Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle (2003)
The title makes it seem like the Angels are on a boat (“They’re on a boat, motherfuckers!”), but no, they’re just pushing it to the limit.

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Chuck’s Eat the Street: Collection 1 (2012)
Contrary to what the title suggests, host Chuck Hughes does not travel coast to coast sampling different types of asphalt. Web of LIES.

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Craigslist Joe (2012)
A man tries to survive for a month using only items obtained from Craigslist.

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Dear Genevieve Collection: Collection 1 (2011)
Designer Genevieve Gorder helps people with home design problems.

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Eureka: Season 4.0 (2010-2011)
An ex-U.S. Marshal (Colin Ferguson) relocates to a town where the citizens work on top-secret inventions for the government.

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Flashdance (1983)
A welder by day and stripper by night (Jennifer Beals) dreams of becoming a professional dancer. What a feeling!

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Hook (1991)
Years after leaving Neverland, growing up, and having children of his own, Peter Pan (Robin Williams) must return to fight Captain Hook (Dustin Hoffman) and lead the lost boys once again.

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Hotel Rwanda (2004)
As war rages between Hutus and Tutsis in Rwanda, the manager of a hotel (Don Cheadle) saves more than 1,000 refugees from genocide following the president’s assassination.

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House of Wax (2005)
A group of friends gets lost of their way to a college football game, find their way to a wax museum in an abandoned town, and realize that the wax figurines aren’t what they seem. Madame Tussauds’ guerilla marketing has gotten REALLY weird.

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I’ll Be Home for Christmas (1998)
But only in his (Jonathan Taylor Thomas) dreams? That’s the question that this movie will probably answer.

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The Inexplicable Universe With Neil deGrasse Tyson (2013)
Tyson discusses cutting-edge technologies helping scientists make the universe slightly less inexplicable. Huzzah!

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Léon: The Professional (1994)
A professional hitman (Jean Reno) must take care of a streetwise 12-year-old (Natalie Portman) when her family is murdered.

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M*A*S*H: Seasons 1-11 (1972-1983)
“That’s short for mobile army surgical hospital. Love, Dad”

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Nanny McPhee (2005)
The magical Nanny McPhee (Emma Thompson) arrives to help Cedric Brown (Colin Firth) care for his seven children after his wife passes away.

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The Naked Gun 2 ½: The Smell of Fear (1991)
Inept police officer Lt. Frank Drebin (Leslie Nielsen) is back to bungle investigations yet somehow save the day in this detective spoof.

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Nine to Five (1980)
Three secretaries (Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, and Dolly Parton) decide to seek revenge on their sexist boss.

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Pride & Prejudice (2005)
Elizabeth Bennet (Keira Knightley) rejects Mr. Darcy (Matthew MacFadyen) a zillion times before realizing he’s kind of in love with her.

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Remember Me (2010)
Just when you think Tyler (Robert Pattinson) is going to find love, it’s September 11. This is not a happy movie.

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Rock Star (2001)
An aspiring singer (Mark Wahlberg) lives his dream when he becomes the frontman of his favorite band.

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The Rundown (2003)
A bounty hunter (Dwayne Johnson) journeys to the Amazon to locate his boss’ (William Lucking) spoiled son (Seann William Scott).

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Smokin’ Aces 2: Assassins’ Ball (2010)
In this sequel to 2006’s Smokin’ Aces, an FBI clerk (Tom Berenger) becomes the target of assassins.

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Something New (2006)
Kenya (Sanaa Lathan), a successful accounting exec, agrees to a blind date with an architect, but cancels when she finds out that he’s white.

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Star Trek: Insurrection (1998)
Captain Picard (Patrick Stewart) and the Enterprise crew must stop a conspiracy.

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Starship Troopers (1997)
Scary alien bugs attack Earth, so soldiers head to the insects’ planet to fight back.

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The Tale of Despereaux (2008)
A brave mouse named Despereaux (Matthew Broderick) falls for a human princess (Emma Watson).

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Throwdown With Bobby Flay Collection: Collection 1 (2006)
Bobby Flay shows up at restaurants and challenges chefs to make their signature dishes better than Flay can.

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Vanilla Ice Goes Amish: Season 1 (2013)
Check out the butter churn while Jedidiah revolves it.

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The Vanilla Ice Project: Season 1-4 (2010-2014)
Vanilla Ice takes a crew of contractors around Florida, upgrading and flipping mansions.

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The Wedding Date (2005)
Kat (Debra Messing) hires a male escort (Dermot Mulroney) so as not to show up solo to her sister’s (Amy Adams) wedding — where Kat’s ex-boyfriend (Jeremy Sheffield) will be in attendance.

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The Whole Ten Yards (2004)
The sequel to The Whole Nine Yards. Now with one free yard!

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Anchors Aweigh (1945)
Two sailors on leave (Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly) fall for the same woman.

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Around the World in 80 Days: Special Edition (1956)
Phileas Fogg wagers he can travel around the world in 80 days.

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The Devil at 4 O’Clock (1961)
Three prisoners (Frank Sinatra, Gregoire Aslan, and Bernie Hamilton) help an aging priest (Spencer Tracy) care for local children.

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High Society (1956)
Dexter Haven (Bing Crosby) is divorced from a wealthy socialite named Tracy Samantha Lord (Grace Kelly), who’s about to marry George Kittredge (John Lund). A tabloid sends reporter Mike Connor (Frank Sinatra) to cover the wedding, and he falls in love with Tracy. Eventually, Tracy must choose which of the three men she’ll marry.

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On the Town (1949)
Three sailors (Frank Sinatra, Gene Kelly, and Jules Munshin) have 24 hours to make the most of New York City in this delightful musical.

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Pal Joey (1957)
The Frank Sinatra movie exodus continues with this tale of a San Francisco singer who wants to start his own nightclub called Chez Joey.

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Some Came Running (1958)
A soldier and writer (Frank Sinatra) struggles with life back home after World War II.

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Take Me Out to the Ball Game (1949)
Members of a baseball team called the Wolves aren’t too happy to learn that the team’s new owner is a woman (Esther Williams).

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Short Poppies: Season 1 (2014)
The hilarious Rhys Darby plays a journalist looking for human-interest stories in a small New Zealand town.

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Space Dogs (2010)
Pups Belka and Strelka find themselves on a mission to space in this animated flick.

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The Passion of the Christ (2004)
Mel Gibson directs this take on Jesus’ last 12 hours.

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Let the Right One In (2008)
A gripping, slow-burning Swedish thriller about a 12-year-old (Kåre Hedebrant) who discovers that his new neighbor and friend (Lina Leandersson) is a vampire.

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All American Christmas Carol (2013)
A down-on-her-luck mother who might lose her children is shown the error of her ways by three ghosts.

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Bill Cunningham New York (2010)
New York City’s famed street style photographer gets the documentary treatment he deserves.

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New York, I Love You (2008)
A series of vignettes showcases the different lives citizens lead in the city that never sleeps.

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Mr. Bean’s Holiday (2007)
Mr. Bean (Rowan Atkinson) journeys to the French Riviera. Things go extremely well! Just kidding.

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Lord of War (2005)
An arms dealer (Nicolas Cage) evades a federal agent (Ethan Hawke).

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Half Baked (1998)
It’s 4/20 somewhere.

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Freakshow: Season 1 (2014)
Todd Ray introduces viewers to the members of his Venice Beach Freakshow.

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A Royal Affair (2012)
King Christian VII (Mikkel Boe Følsgaard) of Denmark ignores his wife, Caroline Mathilde (Alicia Vikander), so she takes a lover (Mads Mikkelsen) — who also happens to be the king’s physician.

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Sordid Lives (2000)
Three generations of a Texan family come together after their grandmother (Gloria LeRoy) trips on her lover’s wooden legs.

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