The Best TV Shows And Movies Leaving Netflix In October 2020

As another month bites the dust, it's time to say goodbye to some titles on Netflix. So here are the best movies leaving Netflix in October 2020.

Parks & Recreation: Seasons 1-7

Parks and Recreation is leaving Netflix and heading to Peacock. And sure, Peacock is free – but it also has commercials. So your last chance to watch Leslie Knope and all her wacky pals commercial-free, outside of buying a Blu-ray or digital release, is this month. After that, come October, it's time to say goodbye. I loved Parks and Rec, and will always hold it near and dear to my heart. However, the show's optimism surrounding government would seem a bit like science fiction right now, so I'm not in a rush to revisit. But if you are, move quickly!silence of the lambs movie

The Silence of the Lambs

One of the best movies ever made, The Silence of the Lambs pits FBI trainee Jodie Foster against cannibal serial killer Anthony Hopkins. Foster and Hopkins both won Oscars for their work here, and pic also picked up Best Picture and Best Director – a rarity for a horror film, which this absolutely is. Using a disarming amount of POV shots and never shying away from the horror, the late, great Jonathan Demme creates a rich tapestry of a film.

The Firm

This is a sturdy, solid thriller with a pretty incredible cast: Tom Cruise, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Gene Hackman, Ed Harris, Holly Hunter, Hal HolbrookWilford BrimleyGary Busey, and David Strathairn, just to name a few. Cruise is a hot-shot lawyer who gets wooed to work for a firm in Memphis, Tennessee. It seems like it's a deal too good to be true, because it is – the firm is a front for the mafia and anyone who tries to tell the truth gets bumped-off. Does this lead to scenes of Tom Cruise running around? You better believe it does.

Sleepy Hollow

Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow is a bit "all style, no substance," but lordy is that style fun. Gothic and moody and loaded with killer production design, Burton's film reimagines the classic tale into a gory tribute to Hammer Horror films, with Johnny Depp as a cowardly detective sent to imagine supernatural murders in a small Upstate New York town. Look for Christopher Walken in a brief role where his only dialogue is "AGHHH!!!!"

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Sleeping with Other People

Funny and sexy, Sleeping With Other People is a reminder that good rom-coms can still come out of Hollywood here in the 21st century. Jason Sudeikis and Alison Brie play characters who have a one-night stand then meet up years later, and attempt to maintain a platonic relationship. That's easier said than done since they both clearly have the hots for each other. Also, Jason Mantzoukas shows up and steals the film.

TV Shows and Movies Leaving Netflix in October 2020

Leaving 9/30/20Parks & Recreation: Seasons 1-7Leaving 10/1/20EmelieThe Good, the Bad and the UglySleeping with Other PeopleLeaving 10/2/20Cult of ChuckyTruth or DareLeaving 10/6/20The Water DivinerLeaving 10/7/20The Last AirbenderLeaving 10/17/20The Green HornetLeaving 10/19/20Paper YearLeaving 10/22/20While We're YoungLeaving 10/26/20Battle: Los AngelesLeaving 10/30/20KristyLeaving 10/31/20Ace Ventura: Pet DetectiveBurlesqueCharlotte's WebClash of the TitansDistrict 9The FirmFun with Dick & JaneThe Girl with All the Gifts GrandmasterHighway to Heaven: Seasons 1-5The InterviewJust FriendsMagic MikeNacho LibreThe Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!The NeverEnding StoryThe NeverEnding Story 2: The Next ChapterNights in RodantheThe PatriotSet UpThe Silence of the LambsSleepless in SeattleSleepy HollowSpaceballsThe Taking of Pelham 123The Ugly TruthUnderworldUnderworld: EvolutionUnderworld: Rise of the LycansZathura