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Every Movie and TV Show Leaving Netflix in April

As much as I hate to even be typing these words, the time has come: Netflix is getting rid of a bunch of our favorite movies and TV shows in April. That means you only have a limited time to verse yourself in Jim Carrey's one-liners in Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, or find out the mind-melting twist at the end of The Prestige. All is not lost, though! Plenty of fresh titles are being added in their place, which kind of makes up for it, right? See everything that's leaving Netflix when April arrives, below.

Related: Stock Up on Popcorn, Because Here's Every Binge-Able Title Coming to Netflix in April April 1

30 Days of Night

88 Minutes

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective

Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls

American Pie

American Pie 2

Apollo 13

Batman

Batman & Robin

Batman Forever

Batman Returns

Caddyshack

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Cool Runnings

Death Sentence

Dolphin Tale

Eagle vs.
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What’s Leaving Netflix in April 2018

Heroes and criminals alike will depart Netflix in April. Some of the first titles on the streaming service’s chopping block for the month include four Batman films and Frank Darabont’s Oscar-nominated jailhouse drama “The Shawshank Redemption,” featuring Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins.

The streaming giant will also let go of TV series like “Dukes of Hazzard” and “Happy Tree Friends,” with more movie tentpoles like “Kung Fu Panda 3” rounding out the month’s departures.

View the full list of titles leaving Netflix below.

April 1

30 Days of Night

88 Minutes

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective

Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls
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Netflix schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in April 2018

Netflix has confirmed that a slew of new original series will be debuting on the streaming service in April. There will also be new to Netflix seasons of some of your favorites from other networks. Likewise, there will be plenty of movies making their first Netflix appearances including the animated classic “The Iron Giant” and several films in the “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “Despicable Me” series.

Of the new Netflix originals, several stand out as particularly binge-worthy, including the freshman seasons of the remake of “Lost in Space” and the TV version of the Oscar-nominated animated film “The Boss Baby.” And there are episodes of both the new David Letterman and Joel McHale talk shows as well as a comedy special from Kevin James.

Available April 1

A Sort of Family

Along Came Polly

Bad Boys

Battlefield Earth

Beethoven’s Christmas Adventure

Big Time

Body of Lies

Cabin Fever

Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever
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'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2' Finally Comes to Netflix

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2017-11-30T06:49:56-08:00'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2' Finally Comes to Netflix

It seems like forever since Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 was in theaters. After all, there have been three superhero hits (Wonder Woman, Spider-Man: Homecoming and Thor: Ragnarok) and one flop (Justice League) since then. But for those of you who have been waiting to see the April release on your home screens, December brings good news, as the Guardians and many more new titles come to Netflix.

Via Variety.

December is right around the corner and with it comes holiday greetings, inexplicable fruitcake, and the inevitable visits from family members. So in order to help you get in the mood or to keep those holiday guests entertained, the streaming services are here to help you whether you’ve been naughty or nice.

Netflix is helping to kickstart the Christmas
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‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ and ‘V for Vendetta’ Come to Netflix Next Month, Plus a Double Dose of ‘Ace Ventura’

‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ and ‘V for Vendetta’ Come to Netflix Next Month, Plus a Double Dose of ‘Ace Ventura’
Ah, December. A time for sipping hot beverages, retail therapy, and gathering the family around the television. This holiday season, Netflix will add blockbuster comedies new and old to its collection, as well as some more artistic fare fresh from festival circuit. Next month on the streaming platform, home viewers can catch the comedic stylings of Chris Pratt in “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,” in case they missed it in theaters. If you prefer something a little darker, the Wachowskis’ dystopian epic “V for Vendetta” will also be available.

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Jim Carrey may be recently known for his painting skills and red carpet nihilism, but back in the ’90s he was just “Ace Ventura.” Beginning in December, you can revisit both “Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls” and “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.
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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Planet Earth II and The Santa Clause Coming to Netflix in December 2017

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Planet Earth II and The Santa Clause Coming to Netflix in December 2017
With three days until Thanksgiving, Netflix gave subscribers an extra reason to be grateful by announcing which movies and TV shows will be available to stream in the month of December. Here is the complete list of new additions: Coming Dec. 1 8 Mile Ace Ventura: Pet Detective Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls All Hail King Julien: Season 5 A StoryBots Christmas August Rush Chef & My Fridge: 2017 Dark: Season 1 Diana: In Her Own Words Dreamcatcher DreamWorks Home: For the Holidays Easy: Season 2 Exporting Raymond Forbidden Games: The Justin Fashanu Story Full Metal...
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Tommy Lee Jones Told Jim Carrey ‘I Cannot Sanction Your Buffoonery’ While They Were Making ‘Batman Forever’ — Watch

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Tommy Lee Jones Told Jim Carrey ‘I Cannot Sanction Your Buffoonery’ While They Were Making ‘Batman Forever’ — Watch
In case you were wondering, that bizarre Jim Carrey interview from a few weeks back wasn’t an anomaly. The man who brought us Ace Ventura and the Mask still believes that none of us exist and nothing matters, though he does seem to take it all in stride during his appearance on “Norm Macdonald Live.”

After joking about the fact that “every once in a while, somebody you really admire hates your guts,” Carrey reveals two people who weren’t fans of him: Chuck Jones and Tommy Lee Jones.

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He worked with the latter on the ill-fated “Batman Forever,” in which he played the Riddler to Jones’ Harvey Dent/Two-Face. “I went over and I said, ‘Hey Tommy, how you doin’?’ and the blood just drained from his face like he
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Mondo & Death Waltz to Unleash Lovecraftian Horrors with The Void Vinyl Score

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The unsettling score to The Void (one of the most buzzed-about horror releases in 2016, read our review here) is coming out on a new vinyl from Mondo and Death Waltz, and we have the full details on the release, as well as the remastered Christine score vinyl from Varèse Sarabande.

From Mondo: "Hi all - this week we have a brand new Death Waltz release, The Void. We also have copies of the all new pressing of John Carpenter's Christine soundtrack, along with a restock of Brave Wave's Ninja Gaiden Box Set and a distributed title from our friends at Enjoy the Ride, Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls. Please note Hellraiser will now go on sale 10/11.

As always, all new releases go on sale on Wednesdays at Noon (Ct).

Death Waltz

The Void - Original Motion Picture Score LP. Music by Jeremy Gillespie, Brian Wiacek, Menalon and Blitz/Berlin. Pressed
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Jim Carrey To Play Tormented Children’s TV Star In New Showtime Comedy From Michel Gondry

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Jim Carrey To Play Tormented Children’s TV Star In New Showtime Comedy From Michel Gondry
Jim Carrey is reuniting with his “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” director Michel Gondry to star in a new half-hour comedy for Showtime. “Kidding,” which has been given a 10-episode order, will represent Carrey’s first series regular role in more than two decades.

“Kidding” stars Carrey as Jeff, also known as beloved children’s TV personality Mr. Pickles. Here’s the logline: “A beacon of kindness and wisdom to America’s impressionable young minds and the parents who grew up with him – [Jeff] also anchors a multimillion dollar branding empire. But when this beloved personality’s family – wife, two sons, sister and father – begins to implode, Jeff finds no fairy tale or fable or puppet will guide him through this crisis, which advances faster than his means to cope. The result: a kind man in a cruel world faces a slow leak of sanity as hilarious as it is heartbreaking.
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Director Spike Jonze Was Up For Ace Ventura 2 and Jim Carrey is Kicking Himself in the Ass For Not Hiring Him

I had absolutely no idea that director Spike Jonze (Her, Where The Wild Things Are) was up to direct Jim Carrey in Ace Ventura 2. It's true, though! According to Carrey, the director came in and "pitched all kinds of shit." Ultimately Jonze didn't get the gig, but Carrey has regretted not hiring him ever since.

Carrey shared the story at the Toronto International Film Festival (via ScreenCrush) where he was promoting the new documentary he did with Jonze’s called Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond. Here's what he said:

“I’ve been wanting to do something with Spike forever. I was stupid enough to turn him down to direct Ace [Ventura] 2, cause I had no idea who he was. And he came in and pitched all kinds of shit, and he was about to take over the world and I didn’t know it. I was like ‘I don’t know,
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Jim Carrey wouldn't let Spike Jonze direct the Ace Ventura sequel

The two Ace Ventura movies aren’t remembered particularly fondly these days beyond how much fun it is to say “do not go in there” when exiting a room, but 1995's Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls could’ve almost been a bit cooler than what we ended up with. That’s because famously hip dude Spike Jonze made a pitch to…

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Jim Carrey, Behind the Mask: The Actor Explains His Viral Red Carpet Interview, Painting, and Life Beyond Slapstick

Jim Carrey, Behind the Mask: The Actor Explains His Viral Red Carpet Interview, Painting, and Life Beyond Slapstick
Jim Carrey likes to mess with people. Using 100 hours of behind-the-scenes footage from Milos’ Forman’s 1999 Andy Kaufman biopic “Man in the Moon,” Carrey and director Chris Smith created “Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond,” a documentary that details Carrey’s aggressive Method approach to portraying Kaufman and his abrasive, lounge-singing alter ego Tony Clifton. It shows that Carrey baffled everyone on set and beyond it, crashing parties and workplaces in character as he burrowed so far inside the role no one was sure he’d come back. Pitched somewhere between a punchline and psychosis, the result was one of his most remarkable, lived-in performances in a career filled with jarring slapstick creations.

“It was a choice as an actor to have Andy come back and make his movie, to push me aside,” Carrey said during an interview in Toronto to promote the documentary, which Netflix recently acquired. “I was wondering
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Spike Jonze Almost Directed ‘Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls,’ but Jim Carrey Turned Him Down

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Spike Jonze Almost Directed ‘Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls,’ but Jim Carrey Turned Him Down
Countless potentially great director/movie pairings never came to pass, from David Lynch helming “Return of the Jedi” to Cary Fukunaga tackling “It.” Here’s another for the list: Spike Jonze and “Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls.” Jim Carrey — who, you may have noticed, waxed philosophical on the red carpet yesterday — revealed that the “Being John Malkovich” and “Her” auteur almost made his directorial debut with the comedy sequel during a Q&A in Toronto today.

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Carrey is at Tiff with the documentary “Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond,” which Jonze produced. Here’s what he had to say about “When Nature Calls,” according to ScreenCrush: “I’ve been wanting to do something with Spike forever. I was stupid enough to turn him down to direct ‘Ace 2,’ ’cause I had no idea who he was.
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Celebrating the movies of Keanu Reeves

Kirsten Howard Feb 17, 2017

Keanu Reeves, as much as any actor of his generation, has left a legacy to be proud of. We take a look back at his career.

Much like his character in the John Wick films, Keanu Reeves is a man with very little to lose.

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Often maligned for his lack of range as an actor, or dismissed as merely a vaguely goofy action star, every misstep that Reeves has taken throughout his career has come from an enviable ability to consistently take risks. Despite every effort to pigeonhole him, Keanu Reeves just won’t be told what he can and can’t do.

Born in Beirut to a showgirl and a geologist, Reeves is also a rabid
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Movie Review – The Brothers Grimsby (2016)

The Brothers Grimsby (aka Grimsby), 2016.

Directed by Louis Leterrier.

Starring Sacha Baron Cohen, Mark Strong, Rebel Wilson, Penélope Cruz, Isla Fisher, Gabourey Sidibe, Scott Adkins, Barkhad Abdi, Annabelle Wallis, and Ian McShane.

Synopsis:

A football hooligan tracks down his long-lost brother, a spy for MI6, and they end up on the run from a terrorist organisation.

There are some movies you watch and have absolutely no idea where to even begin assessing. The Brothers Grimsby is definitely one of those flicks; an extreme gross-out comedy putting things on-screen that no one ever needed to see (some of it is so disgusting I will probably never watch the movie again, even though I laughed quite a bit and liked it), but at the end of the day, there is a method to this madness. This isn’t like a modern Adam Sandler comedy where the shock value seems uninspired and lazy,
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Jim Carrey and Hugh Jackman Get in Hilarious Impersonation War

Jim Carrey and Hugh Jackman Get in Hilarious Impersonation War
Three days ago, Hugh Jackman decided to share his impersonation of Jim Carrey's The Mask in an Instagram video that quickly went viral. The star of that 1994 classic has now responded, sparking one very hilarious social media war. Yes, as you will see in the photo below, Jim Carrey is The Wolverine, and he is threatening his impersonation opponent with some deadly cutlery.

It's The Wolverine Vs. The Mask in what will surely be remembered as a showdown for the ages (well, in actuality you'll probably forget about it before you get home from work tonight). They both wear yellow costumes, they are both impervious to injury, and they're both flamboyant and loud superheroes! And they obviously like taking the piss out of one another, using the world as their platform. Though, this is more on the funny side. Don't expect this jovial beef to break out in the
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So, 'Kung Pow: Enter the Fist' is Getting a Sequel...

So, 'Kung Pow: Enter the Fist' is Getting a Sequel...
Steve Oedekerk's 2002 dubbed comedy Kung Pow: Enter the Fist is one of those comedies I'll always have to regret liking when I was around nine-or-ten years old. It's a sophomoric, slappy-happy rip-off of Woody Allen's What's Up, Tiger Lily written with all the sophistication and charm of two middle-school boys riffing on a copy of an old 1970s martial arts feature. It probably had to do with my love of kung fu -- something I still adore today -- and being of the right age. This is all to say, it's one of those black marks in my film-loving life from which I constantly atone for. It didn't make a dent in the box office, but I suppose it had a modern following on home video who clamored up its irreverence in a pre-YouTube era as I did then. Does that warrant the need to have a sequel
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Ted 2 review

Mark Wahlberg and Seth MacFarlane return for Ted 2. This time, it’s actually more fun…

Comedy sequels are often pure tripe. For every 22 Jump Street there’s at least 40 of the ilk of Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls. Ted 2 veers closer to the former, even though you might expect Seth MacFarlane to favour Jim Carrey emerging from a Rhino’s anus to anything resembling character development.

Surprisingly though, something about Ted 2 just works, and it arguably stems from the core plot itself. In the original Ted, the worn-out narrative of ‘my girlfriend wants me to grow up’ gave the film a fairly negative through-line. That, coupled with the relentless gross-out gags and consequence-free drug humour, culminated in a film that had laughs, but wasn’t particularly likeable. And that’s coming from a writer who has happily fallen asleep to Family Guy re-runs on BBC3 more times than he can remember.
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BBC One's Poldark ravishes 5.9m with series 1 finale on Sunday

Poldark wrapped up its first series with strong ratings on Sunday (April 26), according to overnight figures.

Aidan Turner's period drama brought in 5.87m at 9pm on BBC One, adding more than 400,000 viewers from last week. Earlier in the evening, Countryfile continued to top the ratings with 6.39m (34.5%) at 7pm, while Antiques Roadshow interested 5.78m (26.3%) at 8pm.

On BBC Two, coverage of World Championship Snooker was seen by 940k (5.0%) at 7pm, before Coast Australia averaged 1.02m (4.6%) at 8.15pm, and Hunters of the South continued with 1.14m (4.9%) at 9pm.

ITV's Celebrity Squares remained consistent with 2.04m (10.7%) for its latest episode at 7.15pm (76k/0.3% on +1). Vera followed with 4.70m (20.8%) at 8pm (318k/1.6%).

On Channel 4, Three in a Bed entertained 650k (3.5%) at 7pm (117k/0.5%), while For the Love of Cars dipped to 1.22m (5.5%) at 8pm (210k/0.9%). Later, The Impossible captivated 1.37m (7.3%) at 9pm (229k/2.0%).

Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls and The Last Stand
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The 7 Most Insane And Hilarious MTV Movie Awards Nominations

The MTV Movie Awards never pretended to be the Oscars. This is the ceremony, after all, that one time handed a Golden Popcorn trophy to Friday the 13th slasher Jason Voorhees for his Lifetime Achievement. They gave Jim Carrey a Best Male Performance trophy for Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls. which is the worst Ace Ventura movie. And they honored the Twilight films with Best Movie trophies On Four Separate Occasions!   So yeah, we expect a little insanity when the MTV Movie Awards nominations come out. But the following 10 nominees are some of the most head-scratchingly bizarre recognitions, for assorted reasons. Let.s whittle through this year.s crop of potential MTV Movie Award winners to see who.s surprised to be included, and what bizarre categories in which they find themselves. Jennifer Lopez, Best Scared-As-Shit Performance Forty days. That.s how long Jennifer Lopez.s sultry, cheesy thriller The
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