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Netflix brutally axed these movies from their global platform: Names, reason, etc...

Cry all you want but these titles are not coming back... untill further notice. 

Netflix brutally axed these movies from their global platform: Names, reason, etc...
A still from The Notebook
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Last Updated: 05.45 PM, Sep 05, 2022


When the global pandemic blindsided us back in 2020, it sure taught some how to drop and move on. Not only did some companies look for innovative ways to 'down-size', but now content strwaming platforms like Netflix have now started dropping titles that no longer serve them. 

Yes, some of those classics that you watch on loop may no longer be there for you to stream going forward. 

According to a global news article, Netflix has internationally removed a whole host of films and shows from their large digital content bank and while some are easily forgettable, other exits do hurt.

The detailed report states that Netflix doesn’t publicize the titles it will remove and users will only be notified of the 'imminent removal' if they have selected the title that is about to get axed.

These titles have left the global markets, and may still be retained by other countries.

The Conjuring (2013)

This horror flick, which was a raging success the world over, was based on a true story. Although the film's about an American family's chance encounter with the supernatural, it is Ed & Lorraine Warren story that the film mostly focusses on. 

Gone Girl (2014)

Based on the best-selling book of the same name by Gillian Flynn, Gone Girl follows a Missouri man, Nick Dunne (Affleck), and his eccentric wife Amy Dunne (Pike). They are 'subsequently hounded by the police and media', reads a part of the film synopsis by RadioTimes.com.

Her (2014)

Now real-life couple Joaquin Phoenix and Rooney Maara, back in 2013-14, had played the unhappy couple Theodore and Catherine in the unconventional romantic movie. His life, however, finds meaning and a sense of purpose when Samantha comes along, an Artificial Intelligence-powered voice. 

Legally Blonde (2001)

Elle Woods was born blonde, literally and metaphorically. But she is also hot and popular, leads a wonderful life but ultimately craves for something more meaningful.

The Notebook (2004)

The lovely characters of Allie Nelson and Noah Calhoun find two amazing actors, Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling respectively, to shoulder the responsibility of what would end upo becoming a cult classic in the romance genre.