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7 amazing sci-fi movies leaving Netflix in April 2022

“You either die a hero or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.”

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7. Green Lantern

April 30

There are certainly better superhero movies leaving Netflix this month if you’re short on time. Still, the spectacle on display is more dazzling than the movie’s reputation gives it credit for.

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6. Transformers: Dark of the Moon

April 30

The Transformers movies are very much an acquired taste. If they’re for you, Dark of the Moon is generally considered one of the best. Revenge of the Fallen is also leaving Netflix, but even fans try to forget that one.

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5. Superman Returns

April 30

Superman Returns is dead-serious by superhero movie standards, so it may not be the best pick if you just want superpowered action. For Superman fans, it’s a great, emotional take on the Man of Steel.

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4. Bram Stoker’s Dracula

April 30

Francis Ford Coppola’s baroque take on the Dracula mythos isn’t the most thrilling depiction of the famous blood-sucker, but it’s moody and visually lush enough to warrant multiple viewings.

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3. Batman Begins

April 30

There may be a new Batman in town, but for some fans, Christopher Nolan’s trilogy will never be topped. Now is a great time to relive it, starting with Batman Begins.

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2. The Dark Knight

April 30

Since we’re on the subject, you may also want to catch The Dark Knight while you still can. Every bit of this instant classic still holds up, including Heath Ledger’s legendary performance as the Joker.

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1. V for Vendetta

April 30

Acclaimed comic books and Alan Moore are usually tough to adapt. V for Vendetta is the exception that proves the rule, delivering a stylish allegory that’s as thought-provoking as it is exciting.

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