10 movies Netflix is removing in January

If you haven't already streamed these movies, enjoy them during December, as Netflix is removing them in January 2019.

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Netflix is constantly adding new content [VIDEO], whether films, Netflix Original series or documentaries. However, this means they have to make a little room by deleting certain items.

The streaming service is removing the following movies in January, so if you want to watch them on Netflix, it's best to do so during what's left of December [VIDEO]. The list also includes the date they are been removed, some as late as 19 January, so no pressure there.

The list includes sports dramas, classic films about the mob, an animated Film, horror, fantasy and mystery movies. Time to get out the popcorn and snacks and curl up on the couch again!

1

'Friday Nights Lights' (2004) - Sports drama - 1st January

A sports drama film about a high school football coach who loses his job and has to build a new team from scratch at East Dillon.

2

'Into the Wild' (2007) - True story drama - 1 January 2019

A true story about Christopher McCandless who graduated and left everything behind by hiking off into the wild. He was a risk-taker who found he had to wrestle with the balance between man and nature.

3

'Million Dollar Baby' (2004) - Sports drama - 1 January 2019

A film about a veteran boxing trainer (Clint Eastwood) who is a loner. When a young girl (Hilary Swank) approaches him for training, he is, at first, reluctant, but finally takes her on, forming a close bond with her.

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'The Godfather' - Mob drama - 1 January 2019

This film is regarded as being among the greatest movies ever. The mob drama is based on the novel of the same name by Mario Puzo. The story focuses on an Italian-American mob family and stars Marlon Brando and Al Pacino.

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'The Godfather II' (1974) - Mob drama - 1 January 2019

The sequel to “The Godfather” this film covers the problems experienced by Michael Corleone (Al Pacino) and Vito Corleone (Robert De Niro) in Hell’s Kitchen.

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'The Iron Giant' (1999) - Animated film - 1 January 2019

Animated adaptation of the Cold War fable by Ted Hughes about a giant alien robot (voiced by Vin Diesel). The giant crash lands near a small town and is discovered by a young boy, with whom an unlikely friendship is formed.

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'The Shining' (1980) - Horror film - 1 January 2019

Adaptation of Stephen King’s classic novel of the same name, the film stars Jack Nicholson as a winter caretaker who takes his family to the isolated Overlook Hotel. Terrifying things happen to the family, especially the son who suffers psychic premonitions.

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'It Follows' (2015) - Mystery/thriller - 13 January 2019

When a teenager sleeps with her new boyfriend, she finds out she is the recipient of a deadly curse, passed from one to another by sexual intercourse. She becomes paranoid and sees death everywhere.

9

'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story' (2016) - Sci-fi - 18 January 2019

The evil Orson Krennic takes a former scientist away from his wife and family to become a lead engineer for the Empire and its powerful weapon, the Death Star.

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'The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring' (2001) - 19 January 2019

Adapted from the stories of J.R.R. Tolkien, the film covers the One Ring, lost for centuries and placed in the hands of a Hobbit, Frodo Baggins (played by Elijah Wood). Frodo is faced with a daunting task – to destroy the ring in the flames of Mount Doom, where it was originally forged. "My preciousssss" anyone?

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