Netflix has an enormous amount of content ranging from films, series, reality shows, and much more. Every month, they add a lot of content to their library.
Netflix does not own all the films and series it streams. Hence, in order to draw viewers to their platform, they purchase the rights of some films for a few months. To make room for the newbies, some shows and films will leave Netflix. So, fans here’s a list of series and films which are going to depart in October 2021.
This cinematic masterpiece is leaving Netflix on October 31st, 2021. Hence, we have almost a month to catch Legally Blonde. The plot develops around Elle Woods, a fashionista who is still in her sorority queen. After her boyfriend dumps her, she follows him to Harvard Law School. While there, she discovers she has more qualities than just being a fashion queen. It is one of the most popular films of all time, especially among teenagers.
Angel Has Fallen
As this 2019 film is going to exit Netflix on October 3rd, 2021, fans only have a few days left to catch it. The plot develops around Mike Banning, who was framed for an attempted assassination of the President of the United States. This film is the third part of the Has Fallen film series.
Real Steel, one of the most popular science fiction films starring Hugh Jackman, is leaving Netflix on October 6th, 2021. It focuses on the story of a son, his estranged father, and their journey to the top of the robot boxing scene with a sparring bot that holds its own against a technologically advanced robot.
Rango is a 2011 American animated film directed by Gore Verbinski. This comedy animated film is leaving Netflix on October 27th, 2021. It’s a light-hearted, feel-good film for everyone. Rango is a regular pet chameleon who is very ordinary. But he accidentally ends up in a lawless outpost in the Wild West. It’s basically a story of an ordinary chameleon who became the Wild West hero by becoming a sheriff.
Catch Me If You Can
The American film, Catch Me If You Can, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, was a huge blockbuster of its time. The famous Steven Spielberg directed it. This blockbuster is leaving Netflix on October 31st. The film focuses on a 21-year-old man, Frank, who is a skilled forger. A CBI agent, played by Tom Hanks, is the man assigned to hunt him down.
The Da Vinci Code
Released in 2006, The Da Vinci Code is based on Dan Brown’s novel of the same name. The story develops around a murder inside the Louvre and the clues in Da Vinci’s painting, which leads to too much religious discovery. These secrets can shake the foundation of Christianity, which was protected by a secret society for two thousand years. This film is going to leave Netflix on October 31st. Go watch this film before you miss it.
Christopher Nolan directed the 2010 American science fiction film Inception. The story is set around a thief who stole corporate secrets using dream-sharing technology. Now, to get his life back and leave the field for good, he must incorporate an idea in the mind of a CEO by using the same technology. This film, featuring an ensemble cast comprising Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy, Michael Caine, and Marion Cotillard, is also leaving Netflix on October 31st, 2021.
The 12th Man
The 12th Man is a 2017 Norwegian historical film directed by Harald Zwart. It is a true story, where 11 saboteurs are killed by the Nazis, and only one gets to run away. This feature focuses on the one man who escaped. It will leave Netflix on October 30th, 2021.
The Impossible is a 2012 Spanish disaster drama film, set around the 2004 Tsunami in Southeast Asia. Through the eyes of one family, the film highlights the horrifying destruction of the Tsunami. This disaster drama will depart from Netflix on Halloween.
Angels and Demons
Angels and Demons is a 2009 American crime thriller based on Dan Brown’s novel of the same name. It’s a sequel to The Da Vinci Code film. This story develops around the symbologist Robert Langdon’s work with a nuclear physicist to solve a murder case and terrorist attack at the Vatican within the church. This film is leaving Netflix on October 31st, 2021.