18 Movies and TV Shows To Watch Before They Leave Netflix In October
This indie from the director ofSuperbadfollows a college grad (Jesse Eisenberg) who reluctantly takes an amusement park job after his summer plans to tour Europe fall through.
The second feature from Paul Thomas Anderson follows a young busboy (Mark Wahlberg) who becomes a porn sensation in 1970s California. Burt Reynolds and Julianne Moore also star.
This Ron Howard biopic follows the true story of Depression-era heavyweight boxer James J. Braddock (Russell Crowe) and earned an Oscar nom for supporting actor Paul Giamatti.
This Italian classic follows a Jewish bookstore owner who makes up stories to distract his son during their time in a Nazi concentration camp. The film earned three Oscars, including Best Foreign Language film and Best Director. Director and star Roberto Benigni famously jumped on his chair when he heard his movie win for Best Foreign Language film.
Then real-life couple Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise star in this steamy, Stanley Kubrick-directed drama about a man who seeks excitement of his own after his wife admits to a sexual fantasy about another man.
Take a day and binge the one season of this seminal high school comedy, which gave Linda Cardellini, Busy Phillipps, Seth Rogen, and Jason Segel their starts.
This Spike Lee joint takes place within 24 hours of a Wall Street heist and stars Denzel Washington, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Jodie Foster.
Gear up for Halloween with a good scare, courtesy of Chloë Grace Moretz as the ghoulish friend of a lonely 12-year-old boy.
The sequel to the 1996 Wes Craven slasher brings back much of the first movie's cast, including Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette, as a copycat Ghostface killer begins a new reign of terror. Newcomers to the franchise include Sarah Michelle Gellar, Laurie Metcalf, and Jerry O'Connell.
This beautiful 3-D stop-motion movie follows the magical Kubo as he journeys to retrieve his stolen left eye. Charlize Theron, Ralph Fiennes, Rooney Mara, and Matthew McConaughey provide voice work.
We could all use a smile after this week, and this delightful rom-com, starring Amy Adams and Matthew Goode, promises just that.
Another excellent Halloween choice, this Australian thriller follows a widow (Essie Davis) and her six-year-old son as he begins to believe one of his books is coming to life.
In the cult role that made him famous, Jake Gyllenhaal plays a young man who begins experiencing apocalyptic visions.
This inspirational love story follows a young Barack Obama and Michelle Robinson on their first date in 1989 Chicago.
This Mira Nair-directed Disney movie follows a 10-year-old Ugandan girl who becomes a world champion chess player.
Amy Adams, Christoph Waltz, and Krysten Ritter star in this biographical drama based on the life and career of American artist Margaret Keane, who famously painted portraits with oversized eyes.
Another feel-good choice, the third installment in theBridget Jonesseries finds the title character pregnant—and unsure who the father is.
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