Watch These 7 Movies Before They Leave Netflix in September 2018

  1. 13 Going on 30(2004)

A rom-com classic, 13-year-old Jenna (Jennifer Garner) makes a wish and wakes up 30 years old. And, of course, hilarity and complexities ensue. [Leaving 9/1]


2 & 3. Batman Begins (2005) & The Dark Knight (2008)


The first 2 installments in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight trilogy are leaving Netflix, so run, don’t walk, to your device and watch them both now! Batman Begins starts off the series and introduces us to the dark world of Christian Bale’s Batman. Next, The Dark Knight—one of the few instances in which a sequel is actually better than the first film—gives us Heath Ledger’s iconic Joker. [Leaving 9/1]


  1. Dead Poets Society(1989)

This film classic is one of Robin Williams’ finest films. In Dead Poets Society, he plays John Keating, a subversive English teacher who challenges his students to dare to think unconventionally. [Leaving 9/1]


  1. Man on Wire(2008)

This documentary uses archival footage to tell the story of Philippe Petit’s 1974 daring acrobatic performance on a thin wire strung between the Twin Towers. [Leaving 9/1]


  1. A Star Is Born(1976)

Catch the original tragic music industry love story—starring Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson—before the Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga rendition premieres this October. [Leaving 9/15]


  1. The Imitation Game(2014)

This heart-wrenching story highlights Alan Turing, the mathematician who had a huge hand in cracking the Nazi’s Enigma code and putting an end to World War II. Benedict Cumberbatch is at his best in this movie, which attempts to honor a man more or less erased from history because of his sexuality. [Leaving 9/28]

See the full list of titles leaving Netflix in September here.

—Obianuju Enworom

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