Netflix trains us well to waste hours and hours on television and movies. With titles always coming and going, it’s time to put that training to good use and catch these films before they retire in March. This by no means is an exhaustive list. We probably aren’t that bored where we are able to watch absolutely everything, but if you want a challenge, you can check out the full list here. However, to save you some time, here are some of your must-catch films that you should add to your queue.
Air Bud (March 1)
High school student Josh Framm is rebounding from his father’s death and is struggling to adjust to his new life in Washington state. Being the shy new kid, Josh is reluctant to try out for the basketball team. But after meeting runaway dog Buddy, his life brightens up considerably after discovering how talented his new dog is at basketball. Any ’90s kid should remember this ridiculous classic.
Honey I Shrunk The Kids (March 1)
Inventor Wayne Szalinski, played by Rick Moranis, is working on a shrink-ray, but is frustrated his machine doesn’t work — until he accidentally shrinks his two children and their two friends. As if being 1/4-inch tall wasn’t bad enough, Wayne then loses them, starting a real adventure for the four youngsters. The special effects are terrible, but it’s all we ever wanted.
The Graduate (March 1)
Almost every college student dreads the question “What do you want to do with your life?” and recent graduate Benjamin Braddock, played by Dustin Hoffman, is among that population. While trying to sort things out, an older family friend, Mrs. Robinson, seduces Benjamin, quickly becoming an unexpected distraction. What is meant to be a fun, meaningless affair quickly gets complicated when he begins to fall for Mrs. Robinson’s daughter, Elaine. It’s a love triangle like no other.
Fireproof (March 1)
If you’re in the mood for something a little less mainstream, Fireproof is a good place to start. In the wake of a brave rescue, firefighter Caleb Holt is considered a hero by everyone except his wife. While he may be a decorated public servant, he realizes his shortcomings as a partner. In an attempt to save his marriage, Caleb confides in a Christian self-help book and begins to embark on a path to rescue his marriage from divorce.
The Muppet Movie (March 5)
The Muppet Movie follows Kermit the Frog who is pursuing a movie career and begins a cross-country trip from Florida to California. During his journey, he meets and befriends Fozzie Bear, Miss. Piggy, Gonzo and Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem. When Kermit turns down a job offered by Doc Hopper, Hopper refuses to take no for an answer and follows Kermit and the gang for a final showdown. Also with this movie, there wouldn’t be this.
The Grey (March 12)
Liam Neeson plays John Ottway, who is among the few survivors of a plane crash. Stranded in the middle of a frozen wilderness, he and eight other surviving members must brave the frigid weather, overcome injuries and avoid a hungry pack of wolves.
The Tale of Despereaux (March 16)
Dor is a town that has a fixation on soup, but after the Queen’s sudden death, the King is overwhelmed with sadness and banishes soup everywhere. Big-eared Despereaux is born into a world where darkness is hovering over the kingdom. When his friend Princess Pea, voiced by Emma Watson, is kidnapped, the courageous mouse is determined to bring her back to safety.
Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion (March 22)
Romy White (Mira Sorvino) and Michelle Weinberger (Lisa Kudrow) have been best friends since high school but ten years have passed and they lack a successful professional life. When they get word about their high school reunion, the pair comes up with a extensive lie that shows how much they’ve changed.
Legends of the Fall (March 31)
Legends of the Fall will give you the Brad Pitt dosage you need. Pitt plays Tristan Ludlow who, along with his two brothers Alfred and Samuel, enlist to fight in World War I. Unfortunately, only Alfred and Tristan survive their tours. When the two return home, both soldiers begin to fall for their late brother’s fiancee Susannah, and what once was a close-knit family soon becomes an intense rivalry.
Here’s the full list of what will be leaving Netflix next month:
1) 3 Ninjas: Kick Back
2) Air Bud
5) Brokedown Palace
6) Cheech & Chong’s Nice Dreams
7) Cool Runnings
9) Dumb and Dumber
13) Freaky Friday
14) Fright Night
16) Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
17) Jackass: Number Two
18) Lords of Dogtown
19) Old Yeller
20) Ordinary People
21) Out of Time
22) Pretty in Pink
23) Rachel Getting Married
24) Riding in Cars with Boys
25) Robin Hood: Men in Tights
26) RoboCop 2
27) RoboCop 3
28) Saving Silverman
30) Swiss Family Robinson
31) The Baby Sitters Club
32) The Blair Witch Project
33) The Graduate
34) The Possession
35) The Sweetest Thing
36) Troop Beverly Hills
37) Uptown Girls
38) The Preacher’s Wife
39) The Muppet Movie
40) Phineas and Ferb
41) The Secret Life of the American Teenager
43) The Grey
44) House on Haunted Hill
45) Muppet Treasure Island
46) The Tale of Despereaux
47) Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion
48) Adventure Time: Seasons 1-4
49) Ben 10: Seasons 1-3
50) Childrens Hospital: Seasons 1-2
51) Codename: Kids Next Door: Seasons 4-6
52) Cow and Chicken: Season 2
53) Dexter’s Laboratory: Seasons 3-4
54) Dude, What Would Happen?: Season 2
55) Ed, Edd ‘n’ Eddy: Seasons 3-4
56) Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends: Season 2
57) Johnny Bravo: Season 2
58) Regular Show: Seasons 1-4
59) Robot Chicken: Seasons 1-2
60) Samurai Jack: Season 2
61) The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy: Seasons 3-4
62) Legends of the Fall
[h/t Daily Dot]