Here's Everything Leaving Netflix In September

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September is coming, and it's official: We've got the end-of-summer blues. Soon, school will start, work will pick up, and days will get shorter. And things are about to get a bit gloomier with this news from Netflix.

I know — it's hard. Just when you were getting comfortable with your queues, the streaming service is here to shake things up again and yank a few of our favorite titles. It's especially upsetting to say goodbye to A Walk to Remember, 2 Fast 2 Furious, and Zoolander.

We'll forgive you one day, Netflix.

Let's take a look at what movies and television shows will disappear next month. Prepare your last-minute binges accordingly.
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2 Fast 2 Furious (2003)
Paul Walker and Vin Diesel are indeed too fast and too furious.

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A Walk to Remember (2002)
Grab your tissues. Mandy Moore makes us cry every time.

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Anywhere But Here (1999)
Susan Sarandon and Natalie Portman leaving their small-town life for Beverly Hills glamour? Yes and yes.

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Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher (2014)
An animated film for the avid Avengers-lover.

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The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957)
This classic war film from the ‘50s tells the story of British POWs who are forced to build a bridge for the Japanese army.

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Call Me Crazy: A Five Film (2013)
This film, starring Brittany Snow as a schizophrenic young woman, is part of a series from Lifetime focusing on mental health.

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The Color Purple (1985)
Oprah Winfrey and Whoopi Goldberg do Alice Walker. Say no more.

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Crocodile Dundee (1986)
A reporter goes to Australia to meet an acclaimed crocodile expert and ends up bringing him back to New York City. Needless to say, he’s a bit out of his element.

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Days of Thunder (1990)
Tom Cruise plays a bitter NASCAR driver who is caught up in an industry rivalry. Consider this the more dramatic version of Will Ferrell’s Talladega Nights.

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Photo Courtesy of Geffen Pictures.
Defending Your Life (1991)
What if you had to defend your life in court after you died?

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Double Jeopardy (1999)
After serving time for a crime she did not commit, Libby Parsons (Ashley Judd) seeks revenge against the man who set her up — her husband.

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Everybody Loves Raymond: Seasons 1-­9 (1996)
The trials and tribulations of Raymond, the archetypal everyman.

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Exporting Raymond (2010)
The creator of Everybody Loves Raymond’s quest to bring the popular television show to Russia.

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Flight of the Intruder (1991)
A Vietnam War film that shows the consequences of two pilots taking orders into their own hands.

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Girl Rising (2013)
An empowering film featuring true stories from real girls about what it’s like to grow up, and receive schooling, around the world.

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Hachi: A Dog's Tale (2009)
Everyone loves a good dog movie.

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Hardball (2001)
To clear his debt, a gambling addict takes on a side gig as a little league coach for inner city kids.

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The Haunting (1999)
A haunted house attracts the attention of some paranormal experts.

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Nick Cannon: Mr. Showbiz (2011)
Nick Cannon’s documentary-style comedy special.

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Our Man in Tehran (2013)
If you loved Argo, Ben Affleck’s dramatized retelling of the 1979 hostage crisis, then this film, which chronicles the true story using archived footage, is a must-watch.

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Primal Fear (1996)
The thrilling story of a seemingly innocent altar boy who is accused of murdering a priest.

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Courtesy of UFO Films.
Roboshark (2015)
This is what happens to a great white when it bites a UFO aircraft. For fans of Shark Week and Ancient Aliens.

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Roman Holiday (1953)
Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck are perfect in this rom-com about two strangers who meet in Rome.

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S.W.A.T. (2003)
In this movie based on the 1970s television series, the LAPD is forced to recruit a special SWAT team to prevent a drug kingpin from breaking out of prison.

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Sins of My Father (2009)
A documentary chronicling the life of Pablo Escobar, a notorious drug dealer, through the eyes of his son.

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Spanglish (2004)
An already complicated family dynamic gets even messier when a new housekeeper and her daughter enter the picture.

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Traffic (2000)
An Oscar-winning thriller set in the intense world of drug trafficking.

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The Weather Man (2005)
A weatherman reaches a crossroads and must decide between his family and his career.

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The Wood (1999)
Three childhood friends are reunited for a wedding where they revisit their awkward teenage years.

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Zoolander (2001)
The most iconic male-modeling movie of our time.

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Melissa & Joey: Seasons 1-­4 (2010)
A local politician, Melissa, hires a “manny,” Joey, to look after her niece and nephew.

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Shanghai Knights (2003)
Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson take their ass-kicking skills to London to set some Chinese rebels straight.

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Gabe the Cupid Dog (2012)
A furry matchmaker uses his skills to help Eric, a journalist losing in love.

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Hollywood Homicide (2003)
Two LAPD detectives, played by Josh Hartnett and Harrison Ford, are sent to investigate the murder of a prominent rapper.

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My Babysitter's a Vampire: The Movie (2010)
A young man discovers that his babysitter is not quite as normal as she seems.

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The Emperor's New Groove (2000)
One of the most overlooked Disney movies. It’s comedic gold.

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Lilo & Stitch (2002)
Watch this for your daily reminder: “Ohana means family. Family means no one gets left behind.”

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Fringe: Seasons 1-5 (2008)
A science-fiction series about an FBI team focused on the weird and unexplainable.

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How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014)
Hiccups and Toothless are back for more adventures in the sky.

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Bob Saget: That's What I'm Talkin' About (2013)
Bob Saget delivers dirty jokes.

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Gridiron Gang (2006)
A counselor (The Rock) at a juvenile detention center uses football to teach the kids lessons about life and responsibility.

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The Kids Are All Right (2010)
A film highlighting the dynamics of a modern family.

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Gimme the Loot (2012)
A New York-centric movie about the competitive world of graffiti artists.

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Simon Killer (2012)
A recent college grad travels to Paris, and begins to unwind — mentally, that is.

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Something, Anything (2014)
After suffering a miscarriage, one young woman embarks on a personal journey to find her true self.

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The Lost Medallion (2013)
A Christian movie that uses archaeology and time travel to teach children lessons about God.

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The Forbidden Kingdom (2008)
A Kung Fu-obsessed teen finds himself in China on a martial-arts quest.

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Alias: Seasons 1-5 (2001)
Watch Jennifer Garner kick ass while wearing various wigs.

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Jobs (2013)
Ashton Kutcher plays Apple genius Steve Jobs in his earlier years, from college dropout to revered entrepreneur.

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Open Water (2004)
A couple on vacation is accidentally left behind by their group while scuba diving, so the two are left to defend themselves against a school of sharks.

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Open Water 2: Adrift (2006)
A few words to the wise: Always put make sure you put down the ladder from your yacht if you decide to take a dip in the middle of the ocean. Always.

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666 Park Avenue: Season 1 (2012)
A cursed apartment building in Manhattan gives its inhabitants all their worldly desires — in exchange for their souls.

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Another Gay Movie (2006)
Four gay teens make a pact to lose their virginity before they start college.

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The Aviators (2008)
An animated film about a brave carrier pigeon during World War 1.

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League of Super Evil: Season 1 (2009)
This children’s series follows around a gang of wannabe supervillains.

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We Were Soldiers (2002)
A dramatic retelling of the first battle of the Vietnam War.

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Wolf (2013)
A talented kickboxer tries to avoid a life of organized crime as he moves up the ranks.

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