Diamonds are forever. Netflix shows are… not. While there aren’t a ton of fatalities from Netflix’s March cut, there are a couple that feel like a deep cut.
So before April comes along and slices and dices into the library, get your James Bond movie marathon in and if you’re one of those people who enjoys all things Star Wars, the Clone Wars trilogy is coming to a close on the streaming service.
American Pie (April 1)
American Pie is this generation’s quintessential coming-of-age film. You have a little bit of Jason Biggs, a little bit of Eugene Levy, and a pie that never deserved to go through the horror it actually saw.
Billy Madison (April 1)
Peeing on yourself is cool! (Until April 1 comes around at least) One of Sandler’s quintessential comedies is also one of his most endearing one. Be sure and see him power through public school in the hilarious Billy Madison.
Diamonds Are Forever (April 1)
Is this the best Bond theme of all time? Maybe Yes maybe No. But it’s a very important theme and film into the Bond canon. You can watch it now until April 1.
Seven (April 1)
What’s in the box?? The twisted serial killings all tied together by the seven deadly sins sends Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt for a wild goose chase that ends with one of the most screwed up endings in recent thriller movie memory.
The World is Not Enough (April 1)
If you’re more interested in recent Bond-canon, then this Pierce Brosnan selection from 1999 should take care of business for you.
Silver Linings Playbook (April 18)
This is the only one you get a little extra time on. Expiring April 18, the Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper rom-dramedy sheds an especially poignant light on mental illness. It also raked up an insane amount of Academy Award nominations.