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Here are the Movies Coming and Going on Netflix This May

Here are the Movies Coming and Going on Netflix This May

Every month when Netflix mixes up its roster of films to stream online, we lose the valuable entertainment of a number of great movies. But the silver lining to that dark cloud lies in the number of films that you may have been waiting for, for quite some time. As we enter the month of May and (hopefully) sunnier weather, these movies — which include a combination of favorite characters as “James Bond,” “Forrest Gump” and “Godzilla” — may give you more reason to stay indoors and tune in. Check out the list of films that will now be coming to a small screen near you:
  • A View To A Kill (007 James Bond)
  • All I Want
  • Backdraft
  • Bed Of Roses
  • Beethoven
  • Boys Don’t Cry
  • Bram Stoker’s Dracula
  • Candyman
  • Cursed
  • Diggstown
  • Encounters At The End Of The World
  • Fantastic Voyage
  • Federal Hill
  • Fido
  • Final Fantasy VII Advent Children
  • For Your Eyes Only (007 James Bond)
  • Forrest Gump
  • Friday The 13th Part 7 The New Blood
  • Ghidorah The Three Headed Monster
  • Godzilla Raids Again
  • Godzilla Vs Mothra
  • Godzilla King Of The Monsters
  • Godzilla’s Revenge
  • Goldfinger (007 James Bond)
  • Heavy Metal (1981)
  • Hook
  • Ichi The Killer
  • Kill Bill Volume 1
  • Kill Bill Volume 2
  • Knucklehead
  • La Bamba
  • Live And Let Die (007 James Bond)
  • Love Is The Devil
  • Mr Smith Goes To Washington
  • Never Say Never Again (007 James Bond)
  • Paper Moon
  • Revenge
  • Richard Pryor Live On The Sunset Strip
  • Rodan
  • Romancing The Stone
  • School Daze
  • Single White Female
  • Sneakers
  • St. Elmo’s Fire
  • Starman
  • Terror Of Mechagodzilla
  • That’s What I Am
  • The Big Chill
  • The Big Hit
  • The Buddy Holly Story
  • The City Of Lost Children
  • The Human Stain
  • The Jewel Of The Nile
  • The Juror
  • The Legend Of Drunken Master
  • The Living Daylights (007 James Bond)
  • The Odessa File
  • The Prince Of Tides
  • Top Secret!
  • Tortilla Soup
  • Winged Migration
  • You Only Live Twice (007 James Bond)

On the other end of the spectrum, the films that will be leaving this month to make room for the films above include a wide variety of movies ranging from classic rom-coms as “The Lady Eve” and “Harold and Maude” to B-movie horror sequels as “Death Wish 2” and “Child’s Play 2.” Check out the list below:
  • A Perfect Day
  • A Turtle Tale Sammmy’s Adventure
  • A Very Brady Sequel
  • American Virgin
  • Bad Boys (1983)
  • Beethoven’s Big Break
  • Brian’s Song (1971)
  • Brians’s Song (2001)
  • Bull Durham
  • Cake
  • Caligula
  • Child’s Play 2
  • Conan The Destroyer
  • Crawl
  • Day Watch
  • Death Wish 2
  • Fairy Tale: A True Story
  • Famiy Sins
  • Fierce People
  • Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist, And Rebel
  • First Shot
  • Harold And Maude
  • Harry And Tonto
  • Hi Life
  • Ike: Countdown To D-Day
  • In Dreams
  • Incediary
  • Intersection
  • Into The Wild
  • Jesse Stone: Death In Paradise
  • Jesse Stone: Night Passage
  • Jesse Stone: Stone Cold
  • Joe The King
  • Leap Of Faith
  • Leprechaun 2
  • Live Comedy From The Laff House: Kevin Hart
  • Looking For Richard
  • Marathon Man
  • Martin And Lewis
  • Marvin’s Room
  • Mean Girls
  • Messenger Of Death
  • North Dallas Forty (1979)
  • Oxygen
  • Phat Beach
  • She’s Having A Baby
  • Shriek
  • Some Like It Hot
  • South Park: Bigger Longer And Uncut
  • Suburban Madness
  • Super Capers
  • Tales From The Darkside: The Movie
  • The Ballad Of Lucy Whipple
  • The Doom Generation
  • The Doors
  • The General’s Daughter
  • The Hunt For The BTK Killer
  • The Invisible Man
  • The Lady Eve
  • The Manhattan Project
  • The Mummy’s Curse
  • The Mummy’s Hand
  • The Perfect Husband: The Laci Peterson Story
  • The Sailor Who Fell From Grace With The Sea
  • Two Mules For Sister Sara
  • Vampire Bats
  • Yours, Mine And Ours
  • Zombies Of Mass Destruction

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Why did they keep Mean Girls only for a month?


I am so glad Indiewire is keeping us updated on Netflix and the important indie films like Forest Gump, Backdraft etc that I will FINALLY have a chance to see.


damn doom generation


Did Netflix reopen the pipe for the new releases? I thought that had been shuttered for some time?


Is it this time that FORREST GUMP will turn a profit?

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