Ten must-see movies that expire on February 1st

10 must see movies that expire on February 1st

On February 1st a lot of titles will expire on Netflix, but the 10 movies below are a must see, so make sure you watch them before it's to late! Check this link to see all Netflix titles that will expire within a week. 

Bad Santa

The greatest holiday comedy of the past few decades, this proudly vulgar crime saga follows a depraved pair of thieves (Billy Bob Thornton, Tony Cox) as they attempt to pull of their annual scheme of robbing the department store where they're employed as a Santa-and-elf team.

Big Fish

Tim Burton's most understated film is this touchingly fantastical family drama about a man (Billy Crudup) wrestling with the tall tales told by his father (Albert Finney) on the elder man's deathbed.

The Firm

John Grisham's best-selling legal thriller is given a suitably suspenseful adaptation courtesy of this Tom Cruise vehicle, about a Harvard law school graduate whose first job, with a Memphis firm, turns out to be far from ideal.


Chevy Chase's best big-screen performance was as Fletch, a Los Angeles Times reporter who finds himself in hot water—and is driven to don a series of absurd disguises—when he becomes embroiled in a plot to kill a millionaire.

The Hurt Locker

Kathryn Bigelow became the first female filmmaker to ever win a Best Director Oscar for this nerve-wracking portrait of a bomb disposal team in Iraq.

The Naked Gun and The Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult

The first and third entries in the hilarious Naked Gun franchise provide ample opportunities to admire the slapstick genius of Leslie Nielsen as buffoonish L.A. Detective Frank Drebin.

Rain Man

Winner of four Oscars, including for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay and Best Actor, this drama from director Barry Levinson concerns an arrogant young man (Tom Cruise) forced to care for his autistic brother (Dustin Hoffman).


Jamie Foxx won Oscar gold for his rousing performance as R&B icon Ray Charles in this popular biopic from director Taylor Hackford.

The Terminator

James Cameron's first directorial triumph—which also made Arnold Schwarzenegger a star—was this 1984 sci-fi classic about a killer robot sent back in time to murder the woman destined to one day give birth to humanity's rebel leader.