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Netflix is a wonderful thing! The service delivers movies and TV shows right to your television set over the Internet. While Netflix gives you high quality, you don’t have a long time to watch everything you want. Here are 23 movies on Netflix that you should watch now before they expire on March 1st.
- Almost Famous (2000). Cameron Crowe’s best movie. He won an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for his coming-of-age movie. It also features a kick ass soundtrack of classic rock hits from the 70s. Watch it Now!
- Das Boot: Director’s Cut (1981). Wolfgang Petersen’s classic about life on a German U-Boat during World War II. Watch it Now!
- The Elephant Man (1980). David Lynch’s first movie for a major movie studio, as he was also nominated for an Oscar and launched his career in Hollywood. Watch it Now!
- Glengarry Glen Ross (1992). David Mamet adapted his own stage play of the same name. It’s staple of greed and business in modern America. Watch it Now!
- The Graduate (1967). Mike Nichols’ most well known film is one of the first in the New Hollywood film movement of the 60s. Dustin Hoffman, Anne Bancroft, and Katharine Ross shine in this American classic. Watch it Now!
- The Ice Storm (1997). Ang Lee’s film about broken families and the suburbs in the 70s is one of the director’s brightest. Watch it Now!
- Se7en (1995). David Fincher’s sophomore effort stars Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman in a neo noir about trying to catch a serial killer. Watch it Now!
- Thief (1981). Michael Mann’s first film shows off what the director could do with high tension and action. Watch it Now!
- The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1989). The third film in Terry Gilliam’s Imagination Trilogy is certainly his largest from his early works. Watch it Now!
- The Blair Witch Project (1999). The movie that kicked off a new sub-genre in horror, The Blair Witch Project shines as one of the best in the found-footage genre. Watch it Now!
- Desperado (1995). Robert Rodriguez’s first major studio film features Antonio Banderas and Salma Hayek. Quentin Tarantino also makes a cameo appearance. Watch it Now!
- Dogtown and Z-Boys (2001). It’s one of the best documentaries of 2001, as it follows the early days of skater culture in southern California. Watch it Now!
- Dumb and Dumber (1994). Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels star as idiots making a cross country trip to deliver a briefcase to a mysterious woman. Watch it Now!
- Fright Night (1985). An 80s staple of horror and comedy. Watch it Now!
- Grosse Pointe Blank (1997). John Cusack plays a hitman who tries to re-connect with an old flame at a high school reunion. It’s actually quite touching and funny, as it also has an awesome soundtrack of 80s pop hits. Watch it Now!
- Ordinary People (1980). Robert Redford’s directorial debut won the Oscar for Best Picture for 1980, instead of The Elephant Man. Watch it Now!
- Pretty in Pink (1986). John Hughes’ classic teen romantic comedy and the third movie in his trilogy featuring Molly Ringwald. Watch it Now!
- Rachel Getting Married (2008). Anne Hathaway was nominated for an Oscar for this movie, but she lost to Kate Winslet for The Reader. Watch it Now!
- Saturday Night Fever (1977). John Travolta’s breakout hit film captures the 70s disco movement. Watch it Now!
- Freaky Friday (2003). The remake of the original 1976 Disney film. This time Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan play the mother and daughter whose personalities switch. The remake is actually quite good. Watch it Now!
- Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989). The Disney film is a nostalgic favorite for children of the 80s and surprisingly one that features a lot of cutting edge filmmaking technology. Watch it Now!
- Cool Runnings (1993). Another Disney movie that is a nostalgic favorite, but this time for children of the 90s. Watch it Now!
- Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993). Mel Brooks’ send up of Robin Hood features a young Dave Chappelle. Watch it Now!
Check out a complete list of movies and TV shows leaving Netflix in March:
“3 Ninjas: Kick Back”
“Cheech & Chong’s Nice Dreams”
“Dumb and Dumber”
“Honey, I Shrunk the Kids”
“Jackass: Number Two”
“Lords of Dogtown”
“Out of Time”
“Pretty in Pink”
“Rachel Getting Married”
“Riding in Cars with Boys”
“Robin Hood: Men in Tights”
“Swiss Family Robinson”
“The Baby Sitters Club”
“The Blair Witch Project”
“The Sweetest Thing”
“Troop Beverly Hills”
“Uptown Girls” (March 2)
“The Preacher’s Wife” (March 3)
“The Muppet Movie” (March 5)
“Flubber” (March 11)
“The Grey” (March 12)
“House on Haunted Hill” (March 15)
“Muppet Treasure Island” (March 15)
“The Tale of Despereaux” (March 16)
“Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion” (March 22)
“Legends of the Fall” (March 31)
“Adventure Time,” Seasons 1-4 (March 30)
“Ben 10,” Seasons 1-3 (March 30)
“Children’s Hospital,” Seasons 1-2 (March 30)
“Codename: Kids Next Door,” Seasons 4-6 (March 30)
“Cow and Chicken,” Season 2 (March 30)
“Dexter’s Laboratory,” Seasons 3-4 (March 30)
“Dude, What Would Happen?”, Season 2 (March 30)
“Ed, Edd ‘n; Eddy,” Seasons 3-4 (March 30)
“Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends, Season 2 (March 30)
“Johnny Bravo,” Season 2 (March 30)
“Regular Show,” Seasons 1-4 (March 30)
“Robot Chicken,” Seasons 1-2 (March 30)
“Samurai Jack,” Season 2 (March 30)
“The Grim Adventures of Bill & Mandy,” Seasons 3-4 (March 30)