8 Great Movies Departing Netflix At The End of February 2024

Dune and some other classic movies will soon be departing.

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Dune Among Movies Leaving Netflix February 2024

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We’re now over halfway through February, so if you’re looking for a movie to watch on Netflix, we’ve picked out some of the biggest titles that will disappear from the Netflix US library at the end of this month. 

You can find our ongoing list of all the movies and series set to depart the streamer throughout March 2024 here, and for all the remaining titles leaving in February 2024, we’ve got you covered here.

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As a quick note – we list titles for the actual day of removal. That means if you want to watch any movie that’s leaving on March 1st, your last full day to watch will be on February 29th.

Dune (2021)

Leaving Netflix: March 1st, 2024

Dune Great Movies Departing Netflix At The End Of February 2024

Picture: Warner Bros. Pictures

Over the past few months, Netflix has been getting a wide array of Warner Bros. Pictures movies from the past few years, and one timely addition has been Dune, which will be departing on the same day that the highly anticipated Dune Part II will be hitting theaters across the globe.

We can’t add much more to the praise that surrounds this epic first part of a new sprawling sci-fi universe from director Denis Villeneuve other than it’s a must-watch if you haven’t seen it and a perfect time to rewatch if you have.

Led by an all-star cast headlined by Timothée Chalamet, the movie is set in the rich world of Frank Herbert’s fantastic novel.

Aquaman (2018)

Leaving Netflix: March 1st, 2024

Aquaman Great Movies Departing Netflix At The End Of February 2024

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Seemingly adhering to the ruleset of “last in, first out” is Aquaman, which is among the first of the DC movies that have all appeared on Netflix as of late to depart.

The sequel just recently hit theaters to both mixed performance and mixed reviews, but the first still holds up really well. Starring Jason Momoa, the movie takes you to the city of Atlantis, following Arthur Curry, who is put through the wringer to find out whether he is worthy of becoming king.

The Farewell (2019)

Leaving Netflix: February 29th

Much like the Warner Bros. movies, we’ve been seeing a bunch of A24 movies land on Netflix US for a short period, too. Three A24 movies are leaving Netflix at the end of this month (the other two being Good Time and The Last Black Man in San Fransisco), but the one we wanted to highlight is The Farewell.

Directed by Lulu Wang, the charming comedy-drama (that’ll certainly leave you with a tear in your eye) follows a Chinese-American woman returning home to China to see her grandmother, who has recently been told her declining health has progressed to the point where it’s now terminal.

V for Vendetta (2006)

Leaving Netflix: March 1st, 2024

V For Vendetta Great Movies Departing Netflix At The End Of February 2024

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V for Vendetta is a movie that frequently comes and goes from the Netflix library, but we’d still recommend watching it again all the same. Based on an incredible screenplay by The Wachowskis, the movie is as poignant as ever, with Natalie Portman in particular putting a performance of a lifetime.

Also, in case you missed it, Collider this week announced that Lilly Wachowski has her next project on the go with Trash Mountain in development, with Caleb Hearon set to star.

Good Boys (2019)

Leaving Netflix: March 1st, 2024

This list has been a bit serious so far, so let’s lighten things up with the 2019 Universal Pictures coming-of-age comedy starring Jacob Tremblay, Keith L. Williams, Brady Noon, and Molly Gordon.

The team behind Superbad, Pineapple Express, and Sausage Party are behind this film that’s about a 12-year-old and his buddies who are soon to attend a kissing party but have absolutely no idea what to do, so they have to get creative in learning.

It’s a great R-rated comedy with plenty of moments that’ll make you both laugh and wince.

Gravity (2013)

Leaving Netflix: March 1st, 2024

Gravity Great Movies Departing Netflix At The End Of February 2024

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With Oscar season looming, Netflix’s collection of nominated and winning movies is pretty robust at this point. One title set to leave, though, is Gravity, which swept the 2014 awards, picking up seven in total, including Best Picture and Best Director.

Alfonso Cuarón is behind the movie and went on to create another Oscar-winning movie for Netflix in the form of Roma, which is about a woman who is stranded in space following the space station she was working on being destroyed by debris.

Burnt (2015)

Leaving Netflix: February 28th, 2024

Burnt 2015

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Sticking with Oscars – Bradley Cooper is up for multiple awards this year for his big Netflix movie Maestro. While that movie isn’t going anywhere, his overlooked (in my opinion) 2015 movie Burnt will.

Directed by John Wells with a script from Steven Knight, the movie follows Cooper as Adam Jones, a chef who is down on his luck but out on the other side of addiction hoping to redeem his career by spearheading a top London restaurant.

If you’re looking for something to tide you over until the next season of The Bear, this is it.

Morbius (2022)

Leaving Netflix: February 29th

If the fact that I’m including this movie in a list where the title states that these movies are great leaves you with a sour taste, you’d be forgiven and right. Hear me out, though. As you may know, Netflix has been getting first-window Sony Pictures movies for the past few years, and among the first to arrive was Morbius, which has now been streaming for 18 months.

We’re highlighting the movies in this list if you want to binge Morbius and Madame Web (which just hit theaters) to see which is the best. In that match-up, I think Morbius comes out on top.

I did a terrible job convincing you that its position on this list is justified, didn’t I?

Contains contributions from Jacob Robinson.

What movie will you be checking out before it leaves? Let us know in the comments.

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Founder of What's on Netflix, Kasey has been tracking the comings and goings of the Netflix library for over a decade. Covering everything from new movies, series and games from around the world, Kasey is in charge of covering breaking news, covering all the new additions now available on Netflix and what's coming next.