Holiday Binge Watching: Movies Leaving Netflix on Jan. 1

PHOTO: Ally Sheedy and Molly Ringwald in a scene from the film The Breakfast Club, 1985.Getty Images
Ally Sheedy and Molly Ringwald in a scene from the film 'The Breakfast Club', 1985.

As always, there are tons of great movies coming to Netflix in January, but before you get a chance to see those titles, here's a quick list of amazing films that are set to leave the streaming service on Jan. 1.

From "Love Actually, to "My Girl," these movies are great to watch with the family over the holidays.

Read: 'Almost Famous,' 'The Wolf of Wall Street' and 'Troop Beverly Hills': What's New on Netflix in December

Here they are, straight from Netflix:

"Happy Gilmore, starring Adam Sandler"

"My Girl," starring Macaulay Culkin

"Love Actually"

"Rocky," starring Sylvester Stallone

"Spaceballs"

PHOTO: Adam Sandler appears in Happy Gilmore, one of the titles that is available streaming on Netflix. Happy Madison Productions/Netflix
Adam Sandler appears in "Happy Gilmore", one of the titles that is available streaming on Netflix.

"The Breakfast Club"

"The Mighty Ducks," starring Emilio Estevez

"The Parent Trap," starring Lindsay Lohan

"Saved"

"Hitch," starring Will Smith

"Bad Boys"

"Backdraft," starring William Baldwin and Kurt Russell

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