Everything Leaving Netflix in September

Say farewell to summer with the best Batman flick, an amusing romantic comedy, a creepy classic, and a cadre of other movies leaving the streaming service next month.PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use.Everything Leaving Netflix in September

How can Netflix make the end of summer feel even worse? By losing a bunch of your favorite movies and shows, which you probably didn’t get around to watching, because you were too busy being outside and enjoying the nice weather! I kid, I know you were watching GLOW.

What is saying farewell? Sure, there are a few not-quite classics like I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, which is probably responsible for all the Adam Sandler and Kevin James content on Netflix. It’s leaving promptly on Sept.

1. A Disney Pirates of the Caribbean movie called Dead Man’s Chest is also gone, but for the life of me I can’t remember which of the five Captain Jack movies this is, and I’m too sad to go look it up. Why so sad?

Because, along with those go some real classics like Scorsese’s Casino, the documentary Man on Wire, and the horror duology The Descent, which is creepy good times. It’s enough to make you want to go to Hulu and Amazon Video and the paid TV services-turned-streamers to see if any of those films will be showing up there. (Spoiler alert: they probably will.) Here are our picks for the flix you should try to binge quick before they leave; the full list is below.

  • Dead Poets Society – Gone Sept.


    The late and super-great Robin Williams had a lot of legendary roles in his career, but one of the best is this 1989 Academy Award winner (for Best original Screenplay), a true tear-jerking coming-of-age tale. Williams (also nominated for an Oscar here, as well as for a Golden Globe) plays an inspiring teacher named John Keating, who teaches his English class the rule of carpe diem. He’s a former member of the prep schools so-called Dead Poets Society.

    Which was probably pretty gangster in 1959. It doesn’t go well for all the characters, but you’ll be swept up in it just the same.

  • Forgetting Sarah Marshall – Gone Sept.


    To get over his famous girlfriend (Kristen Bell, now of The Good Place) dumping him, a guy (Jason Segel) goes to Hawaii… and runs into his famous girlfriend. And her new beau.

    And runs into them again, over and over. Eventually he meets Mila Kunis, and that helps (you know, like it always does). Throw in some guests like Paul Rudd, Bill Hader, Jonah Hill, and Jack McBrayer, and this comedy has laughs aplenty, plus a scene with puppets that launched Segel (who wrote this film) into working with The Muppets.

  • Ghostbusters – Gone Sept.


    The remake of Ghostbusters isn’t a bad movie at all, and would have probably not made fandom so stupid crazy if it had just been a continuation, instead of a reboot. (And also if fandom weren’t full of douche-nozzles.) That said… the 1984 original is a work of film perfection and should be watched by all of humanity over and over until memorized. Which is probably already close to the truth. So it won’t hurt to watch a few more times.

  • The Dark Knight and Batman Begins – Gone Sept.


    Technically, the best Batman on screen is from the animated series. After that, it’s Adam West, then maybe a tie between Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck, and finally the gravel-voiced nonsense of Christian Bale. (We do not speak of the others.) That said, despite the voice, Bale’s movies are certainly the best Dark Knight depictions so far, especially in The Dark Knight, and that film owes everything to the Joker. Only the first two in the trilogy are on Netflix, and only for a few more days.

    If you’re pressed for time, jump directly to the performance by the late Heath Ledger.

  • Everything Leaving Netflix in September

    Gone September 1
    13 Going on 30
    A Royal Night Out
    Batman Begins
    Dead Poets Society
    Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest
    Exporting Raymond
    Forgetting Sarah Marshall
    Hachi: A Dog’s Tale
    Hotel for Dogs
    I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry
    It Might Get Loud
    Joyful Noise
    Just Friends
    Lockup: County Jails: Collection 1
    Man on Wire
    Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild
    The Assets
    The Bucket List
    The Dark Knight
    The Descent
    The Descent: Part 2

    Gone September 2
    Waffle Street

    Gone September 11
    Rules of Engagement: Seasons 1 – 7

    Gone September 14
    Disney’s Pete’s Dragon

    Gone September 15
    A Star Is Born
    Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead

    Gone September 16
    Are You Here
    Jackass 3.5: The Unrated Movie
    Moonrise Kingdom

    Gone September 24

    Gone September 28
    The Imitation Game

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