You won’t be able to stream these titles much longer. These are the biggest shows and films leaving streaming services this month.
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Matthew McConaughey is a master explorer on the ultimate treasure hunt in this action-comedy film.
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Jason Bateman and Mila Kunis star in this comedy set in a factory that produces flavor extracts.
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This biopic about the life of surrealist Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, played by Salma Hayek, won’t be streaming much longer.
Queen Latifah sells her possessions and takes a swanky European vacation after learning she has a terminal illness.
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The Academy Award-winning documentary on Al Gore’s efforts to raise public awareness on global warming will soon be leaving streaming.
Fans follow the young singer with a behind-the-scenes and onstage look at his rise to stardom.
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An exiled squirrel raids a nut store in this children’s animated comedy.
The fifth installment in the parody franchise features appearances from Lindsay Lohan, Ashley Tisdale, Charlie Sheen and more stars.
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Alicia Silverstone is a rich high school student from Beverly Hills who can’t help meddling in other people’s lives.
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John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson star as two burger-loving hit men in this iconic Quentin Tarantino drama.
This rock music mockumentary follows a fictional heavy-metal band who always dials things up to eleven.
This Academy Award-winning neo-Western thriller follows a killer, a disillusioned sheriff, and a man on the run with a truckload of stolen cash.
This Quentin Tarantino ensemble film follows what happens after a jewelry heist goes wrong.
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This horror film stars Mia Farrow as a pregnant woman carrying the spawn of Satan.
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A dog and an orphan girl bond in this animated children’s film. Both the original, and its 1996 sequel, leave the streaming service the same day.
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A New York playboy (Richard Gere) falls for a free-spirited terminally ill woman (Winona Ryder) in this romantic drama.
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Bill Murray is a narcissistic TV weatherman who keeps inexplicably repeating the same day over and over.