Netflix giveth and Netflix taketh away!
Check out the list of titles leaving the streaming service starting in May! Time to catch up before they are gone!
The Animatrix (2003)
￼From the creators of the Matrix trilogy, these short films fuse computer graphics and Japanese anime to
￼provide the background of the Matrix universe.
￼Anna Karenina (1948)
￼When a debonair army officer sweeps a married Russian noblewoman off her feet, the resulting scandal
￼destroys her societal standing.
￼Author! Author! (1982)
￼Before playwright Ivan Travalian can attend to his flailing career, he must deal with the unraveling threads
￼of his personal life.
￼Beware of Mr. Baker (2012)
￼Legendary and indestructible rock drummer Ginger Baker is the focus of this documentary, which recaps
￼his turbulent history and many influences.
￼Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure (1989)
￼High school underachievers Bill and Ted will flunk out if they don’t ace a year-end history presentation, so
￼they transport themselves back in time.
￼Broadway Idiot (2013)
￼Join Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong as he prepares for the debut of American Idiot, the
￼Broadway sensation based on the band’s 2004 album.
￼Bus Stop (1956)
￼A loutish cowboy kidnaps a beautiful nightclub singer, intending to bring her home to his Montana ranch
￼and make her his wife.
￼Tracy Flick appears to have the election for student council president sewn up until a teacher rounds up a
￼worthy opponent: a popular football player.
The Good Life (2012)
￼A seemingly perfect couple risks losing their marriage when they begin to sacrifice their vows for growing
￼career and personal ambitions.
￼Holiday Engagement (2011)
￼Hilary’s plan to hire a good-looking guy to act as her boyfriend backfires when she brings him home for
￼the holidays to try and fool her family.
￼Kiss of Death (1995)
￼An ex-con tries to distance himself from his past but reluctantly agrees to help his loser cousin with one
￼last heist that goes terribly wrong.
￼Mad Hot Ballroom (2005)
￼Ballroom dancing goes from lame to cool for a group of students in this documentary, which follows a
￼group of 11-year-olds as they learn to dance.
￼Mona Lisa Is Missing (2012)
￼This documentary examines the case of Vincenzo Peruggia, an unassuming house painter charged with
￼stealing the “Mona Lisa” from the Louvre in 1911.
￼Ralphie May: Austin-tatious (2008)
￼Comedian Ralphie May brings his outrageous stand-up to a Texas audience in this comedy special,
￼recorded live at Austin’s historic Paramount Theatre.
￼Terms And Conditions May Apply (2013)
￼Through interviews with technology thought leaders and futurists, this timely documentary examines the
￼erosion of privacy in the digital age.
￼That’s What I Am (2011)
￼After his teacher pairs him up for a project with the school’s biggest reject, a boy forms an unexpected
￼bond with his new partner.
￼Bored by an arranged marriage to a dull but well-meaning husband, a young wife in rural France in the
￼1920s seeks a drastic solution to her problems.
￼Truth or Die (2012)
￼Four teenage friends are taken hostage by a vengeful psychopath and forced to play a party game with
￼Young & Handsome: An Evening with Jeff Garlin (2008)
￼Self-deprecating comedian Jeff Garlin exhibits his flare for storytelling in this concert filmed at Chicago’s
￼Second City improv theater.
￼￼Slightly Single in L.A. (2012)
￼After moving to L.A., Dale finds her life crumbling. Now she’s caught in a love triangle, and turning her
￼luck around will take a huge leap of faith.
￼￼JFK: The Smoking Gun (2013)
￼Veteran Police Detective Colin McLaren spent four years on the forensic cold case investigation of JFK’s
￼￼Stealing Harvard (2002)
￼In need of cash to put his niece through Harvard, mild-mannered John Plummer enlists help from his best
￼friend – who convinces John that crime pays.
￼￼Finding Normal (2013)
￼A big-city doctor travelling to her new home in the Hamptons has a run-in with the law, forcing her to do
￼community service in a North Carolina town.
￼￼JFK: A President Betrayed (2013)
￼This documentary presents evidence that John F. Kennedy pursued peace talks with Nikita Khrushchev
￼and Fidel Castro, determined to get out of Vietnam.
￼￼Cheerful Weather for the Wedding (2012)
￼On the day of Dolly Thatcham’s wedding, the sight of her former beau leads her to realize that going
￼ahead with the ceremony would be a huge mistake.
￼A boarding school teacher is unusually close with her charges, until a new student’s arrival evokes strong
￼emotions and disrupts their relationships.
￼Tears of the Sun (2003)
￼Bruce Willis stars as a Navy SEAL sent to the African jungle to rescue a doctor, only to realize he must
￼also save the refugees in the doctor’s care.
￼￼The Score (2001)
￼Ready-to-retire safecracker Nick, flamboyant fence Max and talented but volatile thief Jackie team up to
￼rob the Montreal Customs House.
￼￼The Ladykillers (2004)
￼A Southern professor-turned-criminal puts together a group of thieves to rob a riverboat casino, but their
￼old lady landlord complicates matters.
￼￼Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy? (2013)
￼Director Michel Gondry uses lively animations to illustrate conversations with activist Noam Chomsky as
￼he hold court on his theories, life and work.
￼￼The Master of Disguise (2002)
￼Simple, sweet Pistachio Disguisey discovers his keen hereditary talent for imitation when he must rescue
￼his father from a criminal mastermind.
￼When Tommy’s girlfriend and unborn child are brutally torn away as collateral damage by a ruthless and
￼murderous gang, his rage erupts uncontrollably.
￼￼A Pope For Everyone (2013)
￼This film profiles Pope Francis, the first pontiff from Latin America, exploring his life and work before
￼election and what he brings to the office.
￼Bratz: BFF: Best Friends Forever (2007)
￼The Bratz are as close as ever in these episodes which find the gals helping one pal build confidence
￼while urging another to be true to herself.
￼The Greatest Places: IMAX (1999)
￼This IMAX documentary takes viewers to seven amazing sights, including Greenland’s foreboding
￼icebergs and the Namib Desert’s undulating sand dunes.
￼In Her Skin (2009)
￼When pretty Rachel goes missing, everyone soon suspects Caroline, the overweight, acne-ridden
￼daughter of a domineering father.
￼Looking into an illegal lung transplant, an attorney crosses the border, where he learns the truth about
￼where these “donated” organs come from.
￼The Quest: Season 1 (2014)
￼Reality show contestants venture to an imaginative realm and test their own heroism, with ogres and
￼dragons standing between peace and chaos.
￼Search for the Great Sharks: IMAX (1995)
￼Journey around the world on an expedition to discover some of the planet’s most majestic and notorious
￼creatures – sharks.
￼Tiger Eyes (2012)
￼Based on the acclaimed novel by Judy Blume. Following her father’s murder, a teenager goes to stay with
￼relatives in New Mexico and falls in love.
￼￼Blade Runner: Theatrical Cut (1982)
￼In the smog-choked dystopian Los Angeles 2019, blade runner Rick Deckard is called out of retirement to
￼snuff out a quartet of escaped androids.
￼The Last Tycoon (2012)
￼After becoming apprentice to a Shanghai crime boss, Cheng Daqi gets a taste for power in this story of a
￼real-life gangster that spans 30 years.
￼￼Peep World (2010)
￼Problems arise as four siblings gather for their father’s 70th birthday. One of them has written a novel with
￼characters that resemble them all.
￼￼Struck by Lightning (2012)
￼Carson is bent on escaping his hometown for college. His last few weeks of school unwind in a flashback
￼- until the fateful day when lightening strikes.
￼Raised in a Catholic orphanage during the Nazi occupation of Poland, a woman is poised to join the order
￼when she learns the truth about her heritage.
￼Stand Off (2012)
￼Unable to pay a debt to a mobster, Jimbo robs a fish market. But when realizes the mobster owns the
￼market he goes on the run with his baby.
￼￼Black Hawk Down (2001)
￼When U.S. forces attempt to recapture two underlings of a Somali warlord, their helicopters are shot
￼down and the Americans suffer heavy casualties.
￼￼Escape from Tomorrow (2013)
￼On the last day of a family vacation at Disney World, Jim White learns that he’s lost his job. Soon
￼thereafter, he begins to lose his mind.
￼Run & Jump (2013)
￼While struggling to support her family after her husband’s stroke, an Irish woman forms a bond with an
￼American brain researcher.
￼Vanishing of the Bees (2009)
￼This documentary details the economic, political and ecological consequences of a puzzling
￼phenomenon: a dwindling world honeybee population.
￼Years after rejecting Barfi, a hearing and speech impaired young man, for a more “appropriate” suitor,
￼Shruti finds herself falling for him.
￼￼These Birds Walk (2013)
￼This inspiring documentary profiles both legendary humanitarian Abdul Sattar Edhi and a young boy who
￼lives at one of Edhi’s orphanages in Pakistan.
￼A glimpse at a day in the life of Dante and Randal, convenience store clerks who are sharp-witted, potty-
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