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Last call: The best movies leaving Netflix and other streamers in November

Watch these streaming gems while you still can!
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November 1, 2022
Pam Grier drives a car in a flight attendant uniform in Jackie Brown - movies leaving streaming services
Miramax Films

Movies are constantly leaving streaming services. Sometimes they don’t even last more than a month. There are also plenty of new ones added each month, but it can be hard to keep track. You’ve probably added something to your Netflix or Hulu watchlist only to have it disappear when you’re ready to watch. That’s why, each month, we compile a list of the best movies leaving streaming services.

Below are our top picks for November 2022. We’ve chosen films leaving streamers at the end of the month to give you a bit of extra time to catch them before they’re gone.

Related: The best streaming original movies on every major platform

Best movies leaving streaming services in November 2022

Editor’s note: We’ll be updating this list of the best movies leaving streaming services every month to keep you up to date on what not to miss.

Inside Man (2006)

HBO Max — Leaving November 25

Universal Pictures

Spike Lee’s heist thriller is not among his most famous titles, but it’s a terrific entry in the genre, featuring stellar performances by Denzel Washington, Clive Owen, and Jodie Foster. A detective faces off against a clever bank robber in a tense stand-off, all while rich power brokers try to pull the strings behind the scenes. Leaving HBO Max in November, Inside Man deserves a spot on your watchlist.

10 Things I Hate About You (1999)

Hulu — Leaving November 30

10 Things I Hate About You best comedies on Disney Plus - movies leaving hulu

A 90s teen classic, 10 Things I Hate About You reimagines Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew in the then-present day. A popular teen is held back by a house rule that says she can’t date until her older, introverted sister finds a suitor. That seems impossible until a roguish new kid who could possibly win her heart and make everyone happy attracts her attention.

Breakdown (1997)

HBO Max — Leaving November 30

Kurt Russell protects hos wife in a car with a gun in Breakdown- movies leaving hbo max
Paramount Pictures

A solid 90s B-movie thriller starring Kurt Russell, Breakdown is leaving HBO Max this month, so don’t miss it. When Jeff and Amy Taylor, a couple on a road trip, have car trouble, a helpful passerby drives Amy to a nearby café to call a towtruck. But when Jeff manges to fix the problem and drives to the café to meet them, Amy is nowhere to be found, and the kind semaritan claims ignorance. Now Jeff needs to convince the police to help him, or find Amy himself.

Clueless (1995)

Netflix — Leaving November

Alicia Silverstone holds a term paper in Clueless - movies leaving streaming services
Paramount

Another classic of 90s teen cinema, Amy Heckerling’s Clueless is a brilliant update of Jane Austen’s Emma. In it, a rich teen match-maker in Beverly Hills schemes to help find people their true loves. But now, she’s ready to find her own romantic match.

Dawn of the Dead (2004)

Hulu — Leaving November 30

Sarah Polley in Dawn of the Dead
Universal Pictures

Zack Snyder’s first feature film remains one of his best. This remake of the George Romero classic is leaving Hulu in November, so if you missed it as part of your Halloween season watchlist, now’s your chance to check it out. Sarah Polley stars as a survivor during a zombie apocalypse. She seeks refuge in an empty shopping mall with other survivors who have to work together to make it out. But how much safer are the humans inside than the zombies outside?

Hancock (2008)

Netflix — Leaving November 30

Will Smith's mugshot in Hancock
Sony Pictures Releasing

Coming out right at the start of the current superhero movie boom, Hancock is a clever satire of the genre, starring Will Smith. A trainwreck superhero who doesn’t worry about the damage he causes starts to discover his sensitive side and tries to clean up his image.

Heist (2001)

Hulu — Leaving November

Heist - movies leaving streaming services
Warner Bros.

One of Gene Hackman’s last starring roles before quietly retiring from acting, Heist was directed by David Mamet, and it’s one of the best movies leaving streaming services this month. A prolific thief has to take on one last job when a heist goes wrong and he’s left with nothing.

Jackie Brown (1997)

HBO Max — Leaving November 30

Jackie Brown
Miramax Films

Often ranked among Quentin Tarantino’s best films, Jackie Brown truly may be the director’s finest work. Based on the novel by Elmore Leonard, Jackie Brown follows a flight attendant caught smuggling money for an arms dealer. As she works with the cops to bring her boss down, she develops a relationship with a bail bondsman who wants to help her. The film features terrific performances by Pam Grier, Robert Forster, Samuel L. Jackson, Bridget Fonda, and Robert De Niro.

Talk To Her (2002)

Hulu — Leaving November 30

A man looks down at a woman in a hospital bed in Talk to Her
Warner Sogefilms

One of Pedro Almodóvar’s best films, Talk to Her sees a male nurse developing an infatuation with a woman in his care. The woman is in a coma, and when an injured bullfighter is brought into the same clinic, her companion bonds with the nurse, making some disturbing discoveries.

True Lies (1994)

Hulu — Leaving November 30

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jamie Lee Curtis in True Lies
20th Century Fox

James Cameron’s action spy comedy is an underappreciated Arnold Schwarzenegger classic, co-starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Tom Arnold, Bill Paxton, and Tia Carrere. A superspy who has kept his identity a secret from his family, and his marriage is on the rocks. That makes things even more complicated when a terrorist kidnaps him and his wife.


Those are some of our favorite movies leaving streaming services this month. Make sure to watch them before it’s too late!