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Netflix announced the movies it is retiring as of December 1st. There isn’t time to watch the entire list, but there is time to watch the 5 Must See Netflix Movies before they are gone on December 1st!
Dirty Dancing is a movie that moms have enjoyed for years! If you haven’t watched it, now is the time. If you have watched it, watch it one last time before it’s gone from Netflix!
About Dirty Dancing: While spending summer with her family in the mountains, 17-year-old Frances falls in love with the resort’s free-spirited dance instructor.
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
This movie is enough to make any mother cry. It pulls at your heartstrings and I am sad to see it leaving Netflix! If you have an older child at home (in high school), I recommend watching it together. It is a very touching movie, not to be missed before December 1st.
About The Boy in the Striped Pajamas: When his family moves from Berlin to Poland, a young boy befriends a boy who lives on the other side of the fence, unaware he’s a Jewish prisoner.
The Talented Mr. Ripley
If you pick no other movie from this list, Jude Law and Matt Damon make this movie well worth your time! This movie will intrigue you and keep you interested throughout.
About The Talented Mr. Ripley: A charming sociopath maneuvers into the lush life of a young heir. But as he embraces the posh lifestyle, he’ll stop at nothing to hold onto it.
Mission Impossible III
While this isn’t everyone’s cup-of-tea, Mission Impossible is said to be one of the best film series–plus, watching Tom Cruise can’t hurt, right? If you’re up for it, you can enjoy the whole series right now on Netflix. But hurry, it’s only for a few more days!
About Mission Impossible III: Semiretired superspy Ethan Hunt is forced back into action to save a young agent — but his agency superiors may be double-dealing their operatives.
A black and white classic you’re sure to love, you should definitely make time for this one before it is taken off of Netflix. Nominated for 7 Oscars, you’ll be sure to fall in love with Double Indemnity, wishing you had found it before the end of November.
About Double Indemnity: A smitten insurance man plots the perfect murder with his femme fatale client: staging her husband’s “accidental” death to collect on the insurance.