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Netflix welcomes new movies, removes old

Posted on November 30, 2017 by in Entertainment

Netflix welcomes new movies, removes old

Celine E. Gimpirea

Crimson Chronicle Reporter

Netflix honors the coming of a new year with new films, but not without eliminating a few titles from their vast collection.

In effect throughout December, contracts with the streaming medium for movies such as Scary Movie 1 and 2, Hoffa and Holes, are being terminated, while new ones are installed for movies to stay in intervals ranging from one to three years.

The influx includes a total of 52 traditional and contemporary movies for different audiences, basely aimed at families. Here are a few to look out for:

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

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2017 ‧ Fantasy/Science fiction film ‧ 2h 18m


The Little Rascals

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1994 ‧ Romance/Comedy ‧ 1h 28m


Full Metal Jacket

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1987 ‧ Drama/Action ‧ 1h 56m


Ace Ventura

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1994 ‧ Thriller/Action ‧ 1h 27m


All-new Netflix original Bright (starring Will Smith)

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1994 ‧ Thriller/Action ‧ 1h 27m


And for Christmas…

Disney’s The Santa Clause 1, 2, & 3 to make December a month of marathon classics.

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1994 ‧ Fantasy/Drama ‧ 1h 47m

The change is bittersweet, though. Here are a few of the movies and shows leaving Netflix next month. Catch them before they’re gone:

The Rite

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia (All seasons)

Source: Popsugar.com


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