In just a few days, Netflix
will reportedly purge around 90 movies and TV shows from its streaming
library. Without a time machine, it would be impossible to watch all of them between now and then, though there are some notable flicks worth queuing up while you still have the chance. James Cameron's 1997 movie "Titanic" is one them.
"Titanic" is the second-highest grossing film of all time behind "Avatar," and fourth-highest if adjusted for inflation ("Gone with the Wind" takes top honors in the latter category). It grossed over $2.18 billion at the box office and claimed the top spot in ticket sales for 12 years until "Avatar" overtook pole position with $2.78 billion.
If you haven't experience the comedy of Mr. Bean, do yourself a favor and catch it on Netflix while you still can.
Only a handful of TV shows are set to expire on January 1, 2014, including "Dark Shadows," (original from late 1960s), "Saturday Night Live The 2000s," "Mr. Bean," "The Kids in the Hall," and "Perfect 10 Model Boxing" (Volume 1).
The list of movies is much more extensive and includes cult classics like "Killer Klowns From Outer Space" and "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back." It's a mix of older and newer films, everything from "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas" and the original "True Grit" from 1969, to "As Good as It Gets" and "50 First Dates."
Check out the full list at Reddit
and start filling up your queue.