Netflix is set to lose popular movies such as Mary Poppins Returns and Pineapple Express. We have put together a list of seven top movies set to leave the streaming platform this January.
7. “The Master” (2012)
SYNOPSIS: The movie is about a Naval veteran who arrived home from war unsettled and uncertain of his future – until he is tantalized by the Cause and its charismatic leader.
6. “Mary Poppins Returns” (2018)
SYNOPSIS: The movie is about a magical nanny, returns to the Banks, and helps the family evade grave dangers by taking them all on various magical adventures.
5. “A Serious Man” (2009)
SYNOPSIS: The movie is about a Midwestern professor who was frustrated with the abrupt events agitating his life. Perplexed and eager to decode the cause of these incidents, will he be able to succeed?
4. “Pineapple Express” (2008)
SYNOPSIS: The movie is about a process server and his marijuana dealer wind up on the run from hitmen and a corrupt police officer after he witnesses his dealer’s boss murder a competitor while trying to serve papers on him.
3. “Swiss Army Man” (2016)
SYNOPSIS: The movie narrates a story about a hopeless man stranded on a deserted island who befriends a dead body, and together they go on a surreal journey to get home.
2. “Death at a Funeral” (2010)
SYNOPSIS: The movie is about a funeral ceremony that turns into a debacle of exposed family secrets and misplaced bodies.
1. “Dallas Buyers Club” (2013)
SYNOPSIS: The movie is about an electrician and hustler Ron Woodroof In Dallas 1985 who works around the system to help AIDS patients get the medication they need after he is diagnosed with the disease.
Premise: This biographical drama directed by Jean-Marc Vallée focuses on Ron Woodruff, a man who smuggled experimental AIDS treatments into Texas after contracting the virus himself. The U.S. government wasn’t acting quickly enough to help the AIDS crisis, so with only a few months to live, Woodruff attempted to take significant risks to save his and other terminal patients’ lives.
“Dallas Buyers Club” earned six Academy Award nominations, with three wins, including Matthew McConaughey for Best Actor.
Departure date: Jan. 15
Runtime: 1 hour, 57 minutes