Here’s What’s Coming to (and Leaving) Netflix in April

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The start of a new month sees the addition of some new titles to the Blockbuster-in-your-computer called Netflix. (It also sees the subtraction of some titles you didn’t appreciate enough.) April is no exception. There are some huge new movies coming to Netflix streaming tomorrow (and then there’s Click). Here they are:

  • Amistad
  • Barton Fink
  • Braveheart
  • Chinatown
  • Click
  • Close Encounters of the Third Kind
  • Coneheads
  • Death Wish
  • Death Wish 2
  • The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
  • Dragonslayer
  • The English Patient
  • The Fifth Element
  • Gattaca
  • Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
  • Inventing the Abbotts
  • Jumanji
  • A League of Their Own
  • Look Who’s Talking Now
  • The Man With One Red Shoe
  • Mean Girls
  • The Muppets Take Manhattan
  • Night of the Comet
  • Rocky
  • The Running Man
  • Scary Movie 3
  • See No Evil, Hear No Evil
  • Sense and Sensibility
  • Survival of the Dead
  • The Terminator
  • Wild Things 2
  • The Yards

April is going to be a great month for staying in. In addition to the movies, Netflix is adding Dexter’s Laboratory, season 2 of The Boondocks, season 2 of Aqua Teen Hunger Force, season 3 of Bob’s Burgers, seasons 1 through 4 of Royal Pains, seasons 3 and 4 of Ed, Edd and Eddy and season 6 of Mad Men.

Unfortunately we’re going to have to say goodbye to some of our favorites as well:

  • 24
  • Voltran: Lion Force
  • The Dead Zone
  • 21 Grams
  • Oldboy
  • Escape From Alcatraz
  • The Hunt for Red October
  • The Inn of the Sixth Happiness
  • The Truman Show
  • Sunset Boulevard
  • The Thing Called Love
  • The Amittyville Horror
  • Pi
  • Nell
  • Everything or Nothing
  • The Haunting in Connecticut
  • My Tutor
  • Who’s Minding the Store
  • Farewell to the King
  • Baby Boom
  • American Gigolo
  • Breakfast at Tiffany’s
  • Catch 22
  • Dark Blue
  • Play It Again, Sam
  • Mommie Dearest
  • Pet Sematary
  • April Fool’s Day
  • Staying Alive
  • Resident Evil Apocalypse

Hopefully the disappearance of Breakfast at Tiffany’s won’t ruin too many unoriginal college freshmen’s wine and popcorn nights.

[H/T: Hypable]