Netflix November List 2018: Everything That Got Cut

Emily Reily 31 Oct 2018

Every month, Netflix ditches some of our favorite movies, always leaving someone unhappy. The good news: that Netflix is always adding new movies and TV series in its wake. Here's some of what you'll say goodbye to in November.

Hellboy II: The Golden Army

Everyone's favorite red-faced, half-demon/superhero with the sawed-off horns will vacate Netflix this month. The Golden Army from 2008 includes Guillermo del Toro and was shot in Budapest. The movie is the only sequel to the original Hellboy movie. We'll just have to wait to see the Hellboy reboot, called Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen, which is scheduled for release in 2019.

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Jurassic Park

"No way they'd take the original Jurassic Park away from Netflix." Well, they did. Don't say we didn't give you fair warning. The 1993 film, adapted from a Michael Crichton book, tells the story of John Hammond's clever idea to clone dinosaurs on a remote island to create a theme park. As most know, things don't go according to plan after a velociraptor kills an employee. Eventually, other dinosaurs escape, leaving the humans (including Samuel L. Jackson, Laura Dern and Sam Neill) vulnerable until the park's power grid comes back on. This is the film with the infamous "jiggly jello" scene. You don't want to miss it.

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Jurassic Park III

This was the third installment of the Jurassic Park franchise. Sam Neill has returned, but many of the original cast has not, and we're joined instead by Tea Leoni, William H. Macy, Michael Jeter and others. Jurassic Park III, released in 2001, received a mixed bag of reviews but roared ahead at the box office, grossing $368 million. This sequel returns to the Velociraptors' story as being more advanced than humans once thought. More attacks and rescues ensue.

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Amelie

Amelie is a critically acclaimed film that has been in Netflix' coffers since at least 2016, and was once ranked among the online network's 50 best romantic movies. Starring Audrey Tautou, the French romantic comedy is the story of a girl with an overactive imagination and a simple heart. Rotten Tomatoes has given the movie an 89 percent approval rating, so Netflix is losing out by axing this movie from their roster.

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Steel Magnolias

Steel Magnolias is a weepy yet lovable 1989 film with a top-notch ensemble cast, including Julia Roberts, Sally Field, Daryl Hannah, Shirley MacLaine, Dolly Parton and Olympia Dukakis. Steel Magnolias is the story of a tight-knit group of women and how they cope with one woman's death. The movie is based on a story by Robert Harling about his own experience coping with the death of his sister from Type 1 diabetes.

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The Land Before Time

The Land Before Time is a beloved animated adventure film that was executive produced by movie geniuses Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall. It's the story of young Littlefoot, an Apatosaurus, and the friends he makes on his journey. Along the way, the group learns about survival and being different. The movie spawned 13 sequels, a TV series, and countless smiles from kids.

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Land Before Time II and III

It's bad enough that the original Land Before Time movie is leaving Netflix in November, but its sequels Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure and Land Before Time III: The Time of the Great Giving are also saying sayonara. Both were direct-to-video movies and both follow Littlefoot, his friends and their adventures.

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Oculus

Say goodbye to the horror/supernatural film Oculus, a creepy tale about a family and their godforsaken antique mirror that causes hallucinations, psychosis and the death of two adults, leaving the children the gory task of destroying the mirror when they get older. Inspired by the horror author H.P. Lovecraft, the plot to Oculus is long, though shooting wrapped in three weeks.

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