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10 Best Movies Leaving Netflix in May 2018
While the summer blockbuster season is about to get going in a huge way—we’re talking Avengers: Infinity War and the forthcoming Deadpool 2 and Solo: A Star Wars Story—there’s still some good stuff to catch from the comfort of your own streaming device. If you’re a Netflix subscriber, these are all the titles that are about to be dropped from the service. You can always go outside later; right now, your mission is to catch up on as many of these as possible before they vanish.
Bridget Jones’s Diary (May 1)
Renée Zellwegger is charming as a single woman caught between Hugh Grant and Colin Firth in this 2001 rom-com adaptation of Helen Fielding’s best-seller.
Charlotte’s Web (May 1)
Gary Winick’s live-action adaptation of E.B. White’s classic novel concerns a spider that uses her web to try to save the family farm’s pig.
Field of Dreams (May 1)
Kevin Costner builds a baseball diamond in the middle of his Iowa cornfield, and the ghosts of baseball’s past arrive, in Phil Alden Robinson’s beloved sports drama.
Goodfellas (May 1)
Martin Scorsese’s 1990 gangster masterpiece charts the rise and fall of a New York City Mafioso (Ray Liotta) alongside his two pals (Joe Pesci and Robert De Niro).
Ocean’s Eleven (May 1)
Steven Soderbergh brings style and humor to this big-budget remake of the Rat Pack classic, in which George Clooney and Brad Pitt assemble an all-star team of crooks to rob three Vegas casinos in one night.
Silent Hill (May 1)
Christophe Gans’ big-screen adaptation of Konami’s popular survival-horror video game is, middling critical reception be damned, a stylish and often unnerving supernatural thriller.
The Hurt Locker (May 1)
A bomb disposal unit is targeted by a terrorist cell during the War in Iraq in Kathryn Bigelow’s Oscar-winning 2008 wartime drama.
To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar (May 1)
Wesley Snipes, Patrick Swayze, and John Leguizamo are New York drag queens on a road trip to Los Angeles in Beeban Kidron’s 1995 cult favorite.
Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (May 12)
Will Ferrell wants to go fast as a dim-witted Nascar driver engaged in a feud with Sacha Baron Cohen’s gay French Formula 1 star in this smarter-than-it-looks 2006 comedy.
The Jungle Book (May 30)
Aside from protagonist Mowgli (played by newcomer Neel Sethi), there’s nothing live-action about this CGI-heavy 2016 Jon Favreau-directed remake of the animated Disney classic.