Everything Leaving Netflix in November

The list of items leaving Netflix this month is relatively small, but still includes several beloved franchises, so watch them before they’re gone.PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use.Everything Leaving Netflix in November

Lots of big franchises are taking a powder from Netflix this month. That includes several Jurassic Park films (the original, the second one with lots of Dr. Ian Malcolm, and the third one with lots of pteranodons but no Dr.

Ian Malcolm), all three Cruel Intentions (who knew there was more than one?) and Land Before Time films, plus the first five seasons of Undercover Boss. Be thankful that is the only TV show on the official Netflix list this month. Which movies will you kick yourself for not watching between now and Halloween night?

Here are four you should definitely not miss (even if most will show up later on Hulu, Amazon Video, or HBO). The full list is below.

  • Hellboy II: The Golden Army – Gone Nov.


    The cranky demon who fights for mankind is one of the great heroes of comics and film, even if his first two flicks didn’t generate enough dough for star Ron Perlman and director Guillermo del Toro to finish off the trilogy. (There’s a new Hellboy with new star and director coming in 2019, however.) Meanwhile, go back and watch this instant-classic sequel, one of those few that’s better than the original, so you can see what we all missed out on.

  • Oculus – Gone Nov.


    Stars from Doctor Who/MCU (Karen Gillan) and Battlestar Galactica/Arrow-verse (Katee Sackhoff) star in Oculus about a mom and a daughter, each an adult in their own time, separated by 11 years, yet linked in parallel stories due to an evil mirror (the dad and brother also play an important part). Hard to believe it hasn’t had a sequel in this age of horror-overload, so if you want one and done for scares, check this out on Halloween night.

  • Up in the Air – Gone Nov.


    George Clooney in a romantic comedy? It not only happened, Up in the Air was a dark and funny hit, thanks to great star-making performances by Vera Farmiga and Anna Kendrick, who both got nominated for Academy Awards. It was all under the direction of four-time Oscar-nominee Jason Reitman, director of Juno and Tully.

    In fact, this film got him one of his Best Director noms. The only Oscar it won was Best Screenplay–and it earned it.

  • Paddington – Gone Nov.


    How often does a children’s classic get turned into a modern CGI spectacle and not suck? Not often. Paddington–the 2014 adaption about the bear in the hat found by a family in the London train station of the same name–is the exception; it is glorious and wondrous and excellent.

    Come to see Nicole Kidman play a baddie-taxidermist, stay to see the talking bear.

    You won’t regret it.

  • Everything Leaving Netflix in November

    Gone November 1

    Cruel Intentions
    Cruel Intentions 2
    Cruel Intentions 3
    Hellboy II: The Golden Army
    Jurassic Park
    Jurassic Park III
    Run to me
    Smokin’ Aces 2: Assassins’ Ball
    Steel Magnolias
    The Invasion
    The Land Before Time
    The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure
    The Land Before Time III: The Time of the Great Giving
    The Lazarus Effect
    The Lost World: Jurassic Park
    The Reader
    Up in the Air

    Gone November 12

    Anna Karenina

    Gone November 16


    Gone November 17

    Undercover Boss: Seasons 1-5

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