As we enter the final week of April, Netflix presses on with its commitment to an ever-changing schedule.
This month has already seen many prominent movies leave the site, including Big Daddy, Labyrinth, The Aviator and Peter Jackson’s adaptation of The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Elsewhere, the likes of the hit 2016 thriller Hush and the same year’s Coen brothers romp, Hail, Caesar!, have also bid goodbye to the streamer for now.
However, as Netflix are committed to maintaining a broad scope of variety, it’s guaranteed that a host of other compelling titles are coming to the site this month and for the rest of the year to counterbalance the departures.
As most of Netflix’s cull of films came at the beginning of the month, only one title has been condemned this week. This is Alex Gibney’s celebrated 2013 documentary; We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks. It follows the story of the organisation founded by Julian Assange and the people involved in collecting and distributing sensitive information.
Gibney received his fifth nomination for ‘Best Documentary Screenplay’ from the Writers Guild of America Awards for his effort. The movie currently holds 91% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Every film leaving Netflix this week:
- We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks (2013)