ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO - NOVEMBER 23:  The Netflix logo is displayed at the entrance to Netflix Albuquerque Studios on November 23, 2020 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller and Netflix co-CEO and Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos announced an expansion to their ABQ Studios, which was purchased in 2018, that will add 300 acres to the company's existing studios. In addition Netflix pledged an additional $1 billion production spending over the next 10 years. (Photo by Sam Wasson/Getty Images)
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The Best TV Shows And Movies Leaving Netflix In December 2022
“1BR” sees an architecture student move into a gated community complex where she wakes up to an incredibly disturbing aftermath in her apartment, thrusting her down a rabbit hole she may not be able to get out of. It’s a psychological nightmare that really pushes you to think about what you would do in this terrifying predicament.
Casino Royale
In the titular poker game of "Casino Royale," James Bond gets one step closer to dismantling the villainous plan of Le Chiffre. Add in a dash of "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" with the presence of Eva Green's Vesper Lynd, and you have one of the greatest action movies of the 21st century.
Eyes Wide Shut
The psychosexual odyssey of "Eyes Wide Shut" begins as a need for validation for Tom Cruise’s character after his wife, played by Nicole Kidman, shows that she can survive without him. Filmmaker Stanley Kubrick's swan song is a beautifully haunting character study with two excellent lead performances.
Men in Black
The Barry Sonnenfeld-directed action comedy "Men In Black" features a secret organization that handles the day-to-day affairs of extraterrestrials on planet Earth. The camaraderie of its lead duo, the street smart Agent J and the by-the-book Agent K, helps make it an all-time blockbuster.
Point Break
The 1991 hit "Point Break" united Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze in an action thriller where FBI Agent Johnny Utah infiltrates a group of bank robbers called the "Ex-Presidents." "Point Break" delivers all the pulse-pounding thrills of the best '90s action flicks, in addition to a tragic tale of male friendship.