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Don't you forget about these '80s classics leaving the Big Red Streaming Monolith in March.

Last call for "Ghostbusters," "Breakfast Club" and more on Netflix in March 2019

Tired of talking and debating "Ghostbusters" thanks to its impressively irritating and rabidly sexist fan base, reignited by a new movie that appears to be catering directly to it? Wish these movies would just go away and disappear? Good news; they are! (From Netflix, at least.)

The original '80s classic, as well as its absolutely soulless trash bag of a sequel, will both stop instantaneously, with every molecule in their bodies exploding at the speed of light. (That's bad.) And they're far from the only notable movies and TV shows going the way of Gozer the Traveler. Joining them in total protonic reversal is fellow '80s classic "The Breakfast Club," Oscar nominees "The Cider House Rules" and "United 93," and that needless Disney remake of the "Beauty and the Beast" that everybody saw and then immediately forgot.

Here's the full list of departures from Netflix in March:

March 1

"The Breakfast Club"

"Bruce Almighty"

"The Cider House Rules"

"Fair Game" director's cut

"Ghostbusters"

"Ghostbusters 2"

"The Gift"

"Hostage"

"The Little Rascals"

"Pearl Harbor"

"United 93"

March 2

"Law & Order: SVU" season 18

March 3

"Drop Dead Diva" seasons 1-6

March 4

"Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End"

March 5

"Newsies: The Broadway Musical"

March 8

"Click"

March 16

"Baby Mama"

"Charlie St. Cloud"

"Role Models"

March 18

"Beauty and the Beast"

March 31

"Party of Five" seasons 1-6

"The Real Ghostbusters" seasons 1-5

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