11 Must-Watch Movies Saying Goodbye to Netflix in February

Must-Watch Movies on Netflix

Netflix Must Watch Movies On Netflix

As February bids us farewell, a bunch of fantastic movies is preparing to take a bow on Netflix. From family-friendly animations to gripping historical dramas, there’s something for everyone. So, let’s dive into the list of 11 movies you shouldn’t miss before they bid their adieu.

1. “Chicken Run” (Leaving on Feb. 14):

Dive into the charming world of “Chicken Run,” a delightful family film by Aardman Animations. It’s like a fast-paced, funny version of “The Great Escape,” perfect for kids and grown-ups alike.

2. “Prometheus” (Leaving on Feb. 14):


Ridley Scott takes us on a visually stunning journey in this 2012 exploration into the “Alien” universe. While it’s not a traditional Alien flick, “Prometheus” is a captivating sci-fi adventure with Charlize Theron and Michael Fassbender delivering standout performances.

3. “Real Steel” (Leaving on Feb. 14):

Real Steel

Hugh Jackman stars in this unexpectedly heartwarming tale set in the world of underground robot boxing. Despite the seemingly familiar premise, the earnest storytelling and Jackman’s charisma make it an engaging watch.

4. “Operation Finale” (Leaving on Feb. 19):

Oscar Isaac shines in this gripping historical drama about Nazi hunters tracking down Adolf Eichmann. Director Chris Weitz weaves a compelling narrative, with Isaac and Ben Kingsley delivering memorable performances.

5. “Babylon Berlin”: Seasons 1-3 (Leaving on Feb. 28):

Babylon Berlin

Immerse yourself in the world of Weimar Republic-era Germany with this crime epic. “Babylon Berlin” is not only complex and entertaining but also a timely exploration of a pivotal historical period.

6. “Snowpiercer” (Leaving on Feb. 28):

Before it became a TV series, Bong Joon Ho’s 2014 action epic takes us on a thought-provoking journey through a frozen, post-apocalyptic world. Chris Evans and Tilda Swinton add depth to this thrilling tale of class division on a never-ending train.

7. “Dune” (Leaving on Feb. 29):


With “Dune: Part Two” hitting theaters soon, catch up on Denis Villeneuve’s visually stunning “Dune: Part One.” Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya lead an all-star cast in this epic sci-fi adventure.

8. “Good Boys” (Leaving on Feb. 29):

Produced by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, this 2019 comedy offers a fresh take on the coming-of-age genre. Follow three 12-year-old boys on a hilarious one-crazy-night adventure that explores the ups and downs of pre-teen life.

9. “Legends of the Fall” (Leaving on Feb. 29):

Brad Pitt shines in this historical epic, portraying one of three sons in a Montana ranching family. Sweeping vistas and family drama make this film a captivating watch, showcasing Pitt’s star power.

10. “She’s All That” (Leaving on Feb. 29):

Celebrate the 25th anniversary of this quintessential turn-of-the-millennium teen comedy. Starring Rachael Leigh Cook and Freddie Prinze Jr., it’s a fun trip down memory lane with classic high school romance vibes.

11. “Stand by Me” (Leaving on Feb. 29):

Rob Reiner’s 1986 coming-of-age drama, based on Stephen King’s novella “The Body,” takes a heartfelt look at friendship and growing up. Join four young friends on a weekend adventure in this timeless exploration of adolescence.

Don’t miss out on these cinematic gems—stream them before they bid their final adieu to Netflix this February!

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