Here's Everything Leaving Netflix In February

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We're currently in the thick of awards season with the Golden Globes having recently wrapped, and the Screen Actors Guild Awards and Academy Awards on the horizon. But just because there are new stellar performances, doesn't mean we can't appreciate some great films of the past. Like, for example, the riveting performance in both Clueless and Failure to Launch — you know, the real classics.

But I have bad news: Many of these gems are about to leave Netflix. Forever (maybe).

I know, I know. It happens every month, and it's tough. February is no different. Dozens of titles will be yanked from the streaming service throughout the month, which means you have an obligation to watch a few key films before they're gone.

First, there's Trainspotting (which leaves the first of the month). With the release of the much-anticipated T2 Trainspotting, out in March 17, you're going to want to watch the original. Then there's the Oscar-winning film Elizabeth, starring Cate Blanchett, (leaving the first of the month as well) which is the perfect watch to accompany your latest obsession, The Crown.

So get to it. Here's a full list of the movies and television shows leaving Netflix in February.
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A.C.O.D. (2013)
The title stands for “Adult Child of Divorce,” so things get expectedly messy and hilarious.

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An American Girl: Saige Paints the Sky (2013)
For the little girl in all of us.

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An Inconvenient Truth (2006)
Ironic, considering some current politicians’ relationship to “the truth.”

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Ashby (2015)
A high school student (Alex Wolff) befriends a dying ex-CIA agent (Mickey Rourke).

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Black Hawk Down (2001)
This war movie, which is based on true events, went on to win two Oscars. Also, it features Josh Hartnett’s best performance.

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Bratz: Babyz: The Movie (2006)
If you’re not offended by the existence of Bratz dolls, here’s a movie for you!

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Bratz: Super Babyz (2007)
And another one.

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Charlotte's Web 2: Wilbur's Great Adventure (2003)
An animated kids’ film based on the best-selling book by E.B. White.

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Clerks (1994)
A surprisingly funny movie about doing nothing at a gas station.

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Elizabeth (1998)
There have been a lot (A LOT) of movies about British royals, but this is definitely one of the most impressive.

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Extract (2009)
A comedy about a man who owns an extract plant. You will laugh.

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Failure to Launch (2006)
This film is a dark stain on both Matthew McConaughey and Sarah Jessica Parker’s résumés.

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Frida (2002)
Only Salma Hayek could pull of this iconic role.

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Girls Just Want to Have Fun (1985)
Forget Sex and the City — this is Sarah Jessica Parker’s most defining role.

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Jackass 2.5 (2007)
This is why GoPros were invented. For shit like this.

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Lalaloopsy Girls: Welcome to L.A.L.A. Prep School (2014)
Lots of pink in this animated kids’ film.

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Last Holiday (2006)
Queen Latifah’s character decides to go on the adventure of a lifetime after being (wrongly) diagnosed with a fatal condition.

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Mission Impossible: III (2006)
I can’t believe that more than 10 years later, they still make these Tom Cruise movies.

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Sahara (2005)
Deserts, dictators, and buried Civil War ships. Hoorah!

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Save the Last Dance (2001)
Julia Stiles gives hope to lanky white girls everywhere who want to learn how to dance.

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Serving Sara (2002)
Matthew Perry plays a very Matthew Perry role.

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Star Trek: Nemesis (2002)
Did you know Tom Hardy was in this movie?

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The Kite Runner (2007)
An inspiring and heartbreaking tale, based on the best-selling book.

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The Machinist (2004)
Christian Bale’s most impressive performance.

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The Original Latin Kings of Comedy (2002)
The best of the best show off their stand-up skills, including Paul Rodríguez, George Lopez, Joey Medina and Alex Reymundo.

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There Will be Blood (2007)
Daniel Day-Lewis stuns as a budding oil tycoon who grapples with familial issues on top of his own ruthless desires.

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Trainspotting (1996)
An oddly light-hearted film about a group of heroin addicts who use the readily available drug to escape their humdrum lives.

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What's Eating Gilbert Grape (1993)
A stacked cast (Johnny Depp, Leonardo DiCaprio, John C. Reilly, Juliette Lewis) brings this intense film to life.

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Justin Bieber's Believe (2013)
He’ll make a belieber out of you yet.

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Grounded for Life: Season 1 – Season 5, (2001-2005)
A tight-knit family experiencing just the right amount of dysfunction.

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Scary Movie 5 (2013)
Ashley Tisdale stars in this horror spoof. Watch at your own risk.

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The Nut Job (2014)
Don’t get between a squirrel and his nuts!

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Brothers in War (2014)
A Charlie Sheen-narrated war doc.

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Chris Porter: Ugly and Angry (2014)
Chris Porter makes fun of the monotony of everyday life. We get it.

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Closure (2007)
A night of random romance turns into a brutal bout of revenge.

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Exile Nation: The Plastic People (2014)
A doc about life as deportee in Tijuana, surrounded by dangerous drug cartels.

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Jack Frost (1998)
After dying in a car accident, a father (Michael Keaton), comes back a snowman to make things right with his family. This low-key gave me nightmares.

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I Am Not a Hipster (2012)
There’s a lot of singing and dancing. But not in a hipster way.

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Plastic Paradise: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch (2014)
This doc examines the impact of trash on the ocean off the coast of California.

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Prince Of Broadway (2010)
A look at what one man is willing to do to make it in New York City for himself, and his toddler son.

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Stephanie in the Water (2014)
A documentary about world champion surfer Stephanie Gilmore.

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The Man on Her Mind (2014)
Woman meets man. Man meets woman. Woman meets new imaginary man and likes him more. Dating is confusing, isn’t it?

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Unlikely Animal Friends: Season 2 (2013)
This is the best show on television.

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Santa Claws (2014)
Puppies!

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Somewhere (2010)
A Sofia Coppola film, which means it’s visually perfect and populated with emotionally fragile characters.

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Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (2002)
Winnie the Pooh AND Christmas. Did your heart just grow three sizes, too?

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Problem Child: Leslie Jones (2009)
We all need a little stand-up performance from Leslie Jones, SNL’s finest.

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Clueless (1995)
Cher! Don’t go.

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