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These are the films and TV shows leaving Netflix UK in March

Get on this before your favourite film is gone forever

These are the films and TV shows leaving Netflix UK in March
23 February 2018

It’s always a sad moment to see your favourite film or TV series taken away from Netflix. (I was three episodes away from finishing The Good Wife before it was deleted! AARRRRGGGHHHH!!!)

But, thankfully, there’s always great new stuff added to the streaming service - read what’s coming next month here.

And in case you want to catch up on something before it gets taken away, we’ve rounded up the films and shows leaving Netflix in March, according to New On Netflix

1. 30 Minutes or Less (2011)

Two crooks planning a bank heist wind up abducting a pizza delivery guy and force him to commit the robbery – giving him a strict time limit to boot. Starring: Jesse Eisenberg, Danny McBride and Aziz Ansari.

Leaving on 1 March

2. Alfie (2004)

Jude Law charms Oscar winners Marisa Tomei and Susan Sarandon in this remake of the 1996 classic.

Leaving on 1 March

3. Captain Phillips (2013)

Four Somali pirates hijack a cargo ship and hold the captain hostage, setting the stage for an explosive confrontation with the US Navy. Starring Tom Hanks and Barkhad Abdi. Plus, this film was nominated for six Oscars.

Leaving on 1 March

4. Fantastic Four (2015)

A team of scientists accidentally enhanced with superhuman abilities must use their powers to battle a megalomaniac supervillain threatening Earth.

Leaving on 1 March

5. Groundhog Day (1993)

Sent to cover the annual ritual of groundhog day in Punxsutawney, Phil, a self-centred TV weatherman (Bill Murray) mysteriously begins living the same day again and again.

Leaving on 1 March

6. Housebound (2014)

A troubled young woman is convicted of petty crimes and placed under house arrest in the home of her strange family and a bunch of evil spirits in this very, very good New Zealand horror-comedy.

Leaving on 1 March

7. Meet The Firm: Revenge In Rio (2014)

Hunting the Russian mobsters that murdered their friend, football hooligans Eddie and Damien follow drug dealers to Brazil during the World Cup.

Leaving on 1 March

8. Men in Black II (2002)

Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones reprise their roles as two highly secretive and unofficial government agents dealing with all things evil and alien.

Leaving on 1 March

9. Piranha (1978)

When a school of mutant piranha is accidentally released into a river, it’s up to an investigator and a local woodsman to prevent potential carnage.

Leaving on 1 March

10. Serpico (1973)

Undercover cop Frank Serpico (Al Pacino) is an honest man who is threatened and wounded for refusing to take part in corruption. Based on a real-life story, this engrossing biopic is a testament to one man’s effort to reform the New York City Police Department.

Leaving on 1 March

11. Siblings (2014)

Selfish twentysomething siblings Hannah and Dan share a flat and amuse themselves by causing drama for friends, family and strangers.

Leaving on 11 March

12. Henning Mankell’s Wallander (2009)

Brooding detective Kurt Wallander (Krister Henriksson) brings an intense obsession and fierce intellect to the murder cases he solves in this dark crime series.

Leaving on 20 March

(Image: Rex)