movies leaving Netflix in March 2018

Everything comes to an end, including movies streaming on Netflix. As February gives way to March, several great movies and TV shows will flee the streaming service and be buried in the cold, cold ground, never to return again (maybe). To make sure you don’t miss out, here’s a list of the great stuff leaving Netflix next month.

Behold! The TV shows and movies leaving Netflix in March 2018.

The Best TV Shows and Movies Leaving Netflix in March 2018

jaws netflix


Ever hear of this Steven Spielberg fellow? He’s made one or two good movies, I guess. Spielberg’s Jaws was the original summer blockbuster, taking a pretty pulpy paperback and transforming it into a cultural phenomenon. You’ve probably seen Jaws 200 times already, but that doesn’t mean you can’t watch it again. But you better hurry if you want to watch it on Netflix. This tale of aquatic terror on the high sea will be fleeing the streaming service once March rolls around. So kick back with your old friend Jaws and hum the John Williams theme to yourself as you watch.

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The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

If you’re thirsting for more sea-fearing adventure after Jaws, why not stream The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou. Wes Anderson‘s melancholy comedy features Bill Murray giving one of the best performances of his career as ocean explorer Steve Zissou. When Zissou’s long-lost son surfaces one day, Zissou takes him under his wing. What follows is a Anderson-y adventure full of perfectly-centered shots and quick zooms. Bonus: a killer David Bowie-infused soundtrack. This is one of Wes Anderson’s best, so don’t miss it.

memento netflix


Memento isn’t Christopher Nolan‘s first film, but it is the film that put him on the map. Nolan took what might be a standard noir-ish mystery and had it unfold in an untraditional fashion: backwards. Guy Pearce is a man trying to find his dead wife’s killer. Pearce’s task won’t be simple, because a head injury has left him with short-term memory loss: he can only remember things for a brief period of time, and then it’s gone. This is a twisty, endlessly inventive indie thriller, and there’s a reason it would go on to turn Nolan into a household name.

zootopia netflix


Disney is launching their own streaming service soon, which means eventually Netflix might lose some Disney titles. We’re not sure how many just yet, but here’s one they’re losing now: Zootopia. While the House of Mouse has made much better movies recently (hello, Moana), Zootopia is a charming, entertaining tale of a rabbit named Judy Hopps striving to become a big city police officer. There’s an underlying message about class, prejudice and racism in the narrative – and not all of it is handled that well. Still, this is an enjoyable flick, and if you’ve slept on it, act now.

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The Craft

The Craft, the movie mothers everywhere banned their children from seeing out of sheer terror, has stood the test of time. Yes, this film isn’t great, but it’s a very entertaining ’90s horror flick about a group of high school witches. What more do you need? Nothing is the answer. My advice to you is to pop open a bottle of wine and kick back with this goofy movie before it leaves Netflix. It will briefly distract you from your troubles, and you’ll get the added bonus of watching Fairuza Balk go nuts.

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