Here's Everything Leaving Netflix In May

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Alas. It is that time again. Netflix has shared all the titles that will start to vanish during the month of May.

We know. We know! It's hard news to hear. But don't worry, there's still plenty of time to binge before they all slink out of your queues.

Now, let's see which titles we have to start preparing to bid farewell. We'll miss you especially, Josh Hartnett in Black Hawk Down.
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The Animatrix (2003)

Want more insight into the Matrix universe? These short films — made by the film series’ creators — will give you, an insider, understanding of how it all came to life.

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Photo: Courtesy of London Film Productions.
Anna Karenina (1948)

A romantic affair leaving a Russian noblewoman socially destroyed. If you somehow managed to skip this book as a kid, this acclaimed movie will get you up to speed.

Leaving May 1
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Author! Author! (1982)

A playwright struggles to revamp his career. But first, he’ll have to attend to some problems in his personal life.

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Beware of Mr. Baker (2012)

This documentary centers on drum god Ginger Baker: his past, present, and all the turbulence in between.

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Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (1989)

Oh hey, Keanu. Bill and Ted are underachieving high schoolers who go back in time to stop themselves from flunking history class.

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Broadway Idiot (2013)

Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong gives viewers an inside look at how he prepared for the debut of American Idiot on Broadway.

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Bus Stop (1956)

A cowboy kidnaps a nightclub singer to take her back to Montana and make her his wife — but things don’t go quite as expected.

Leaving May 1
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Election (1999)

We’re just saying: This might have been Reese Witherspoon’s best movie — Wild included. She plays Tracy Flick, a student hell-bent on becoming student body president, who gets tangled up in a student/teacher affair. Prepare to laugh and cringe.

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The Good Life (2012)

A “perfect” couple’s marriage goes off the rails when work and personal ambition take precedence over their relationship.

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Holiday Engagement (2011)

Hillary hires a good-lucking guy to pretend to be her boyfriend during the holidays. But, as you might have guessed, things don’t go down quite as planned.

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Kiss of Death (1995)

An ex-con wants to leave his life of crime behind — but when he agrees to one last heist, everything goes wrong.

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Mad Hot Ballroom (2005)

Eleven-year-olds who love ballroom dancing? Yes. That is a thing, and this is a (surprisingly good) documentary about it.

Leaving May 1
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Mona Lisa Is Missing (2012)

Once upon a time in 1911, the Mona Lisa went missing from the Louvre — and this documentary delves into the details.

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Ralphie May: Austin-tatious (2008)

Comedian Ralphie May takes to the Texas stage in this hilarious comedy special.

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Terms And Conditions May Apply (2013)

“Just how much privacy have we given up?” is the question at the center of this documentary exploring the repercussions of the digital age.

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That's What I Am (2011)

A boy unexpectedly bonds with the school’s biggest reject after being paired up for a project.

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Thérèse (2012)

A young wife in 1920s rural France wants out of her arranged marriage and seeks a desperate solution.

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Truth or Die (2012)

Four teens are taken hostage by a psychopath and forced into a game of life-or-death.

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Young & Handsome: An Evening with Jeff Garlin (2008)

Comedian Jeff Garlin gets onstage at Chicago’s Second City in this comedy special.

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Slightly Single in L.A. (2012)

When Dale moves to Los Angeles, her life falls apart. But to get it back together, she must untangle herself from a love triangle.

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JFK: The Smoking Gun (2013)

This film explores the details of a forensic cold case investigation into the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

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Stealing Harvard (2002)

A mild-mannered man puts his niece through Harvard school with money he acquires through his criminal endeavors.

Leaving May 5
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Finding Normal (2013)

After a high-profile doctor has a run in with the police in the Hamptons, she is forced to do community service in a small North Carolina town.

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JFK: A President Betrayed (2013)

Was JFK really trying to get out of Vietnam? This documentary says yes to that question, along with providing plenty of evidence that the former president was pursuing peace talks with Nikita Khrushchev and Fidel Castro.

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Cheerful Weather for the Wedding (2012)

The day that Dolly Thatcham is supposed to be married, she runs into her former flame — and realizes that she can’t go through with the ceremony.

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Cracks (2009)

A boarding school teacher's quiet classroom is disrupted upon the arrival of a "new kid."

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Tears of the Sun (2003)

Bruce Willis stars as a Navy SEAL sent to Africa on a rescue mission. Though, once he arrives, his character realizes there’s far more work to be done than saving one person.

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The Score (2001)

Three men team up to rob the Montréal Customs House in this crime thriller from director Franz Oz.

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The Ladykillers (2004)

A courtly criminal tries to rob a gang of thieves on a Mississippi riverboat casino — but gets much more than he bargained for when their lady landlord works her way into the mix.

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Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy? (2013)

Noam Chomsky talks about his life, work, and theories in this brilliant and playful documentary from director Michel Gondry.

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The Master of Disguise (2002)

When Pistachio Disguisey’s father is captured by a criminal mastermind, he must rise to the occasion by tapping into a family talent for imitation.

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Offender (2012)

When a young man’s girlfriend and unborn child are taken as collateral by a ruthless gang, he taps into his inner rage to get them back.

Leaving May 14
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A Pope for Everyone (2013)

Who is Pope Francis? This film explores that question by looking back at the much loved icon’s life and work before he transitioned to life in Vatican City.

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Bratz: BFF: Best Friends Forever (2007)

The Bratz are obviously besties — but can they help one another navigate the difficult twists and turns of tweendom? (Spoiler: Duh.)

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The Greatest Places: IMAX (1999)

Have your mind blown à la Planet Earth with this sweeping look at seven of the world’s most spectacular natural wonders, from the Namib Desert to the icebergs of Greenland.

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In Her Skin (2009)

Guy Pearce and Miranda Otto star as beleaguered parents whose daughter goes missing. Was it the babysitter? Dun-dun-dun!

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Inhale (2010)

A lawyer in desperate need of a lung transplant crosses the border into Mexico to save his own life. But he soon learns the horrifying truth about the illegal organ market.

Leaving May 15
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The Quest: Season 1 (2014)

Twelve contestants compete in epic challenges that blend the real world with fantasy. Think of it as your average competition reality show with a few ogres and dragons thrown in.

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Search for the Great Sharks: IMAX (1995)

It’s that time of year when it’s been way too long since the last Shark Week, and the next one’s not coming soon enough. That’s where this marvelous documentary exploring the underwater world of sharks comes in.

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Tiger Eyes (2012)

Willa Holland stars as a teenage girl who falls in love with a young Native American boy following the sudden death of her father. Based on the Judy Blume novel.

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Blade Runner: Theatrical Cut (1982)

There are seven (!) cuts of Ridley Scott’s dystopian action-thriller out there — but in our minds, this concise theater release is the best viewing experience.

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The Last Tycoon (2012)

This period drama is based loosely on a real-life mob boss in China.

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Peep World (2010)

What happens when a guy from a rich, crazy family writes a dirt-filled tell-all novel? Madness, that’s what.

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Struck by Lightning (2012)

One high school student will stop at nothing to get into his dream college.

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Ida (2013)

Deemed a “film masterpiece” by The New Yorker, this film follows Anna, (Agata Trzebuchowska) a nun who realizes she is actually Jewish..

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Stand Off (2012)

Mobsters, criminals, and a botched fish market robbery. What could go wrong?

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Black Hawk Down (2001)

One of the most epic war films of this century, starring Josh Hartnett and Ewan McGregor.

Leaving May 23
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Escape from Tomorrow (2013)

A black-and-white fantasy-horror film that may make you weary.

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Run & Jump (2013)

After Vanetia’s (Maxine Peake) husband Conor (Edward MacLiam) suffers from a stroke, she forms a relationship with her husband’s doctor. Though it’s a romantic comedy, Vanetia is faced with some major life-changing decisions.

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Vanishing of the Bees (2009)

This documentary examines the causes and mysteries surrounding the falling number of bees in the wild.

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Barfi! (2012)

This romantic comedy out of India follows a lovable prankster and the two women with whom he gets involved.

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These Birds Walk (2013)

A documentary chronicling the life of Abdul Sattar Edhi, an inspiring humanitarian in Pakistan.

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Clerks (1994)

This comedy will make you laugh out loud — and appreciate that you don’t have to walk a day in Dante and Randal’s shoes.

Leaving May 31
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