Netflix is getting rid of movies again. Every month, several titles leave the streaming platform, and there are many fan favorite flicks disappearing in November. Check out these movies before leave Netflix:

“Hugo” (Nov. 1) The 2011 Oscar winner follows a young boy named Hugo (Asa Butterfield) who lives a Paris train station in the 1930s. Hugo wants to learn more about the broken automaton his late father left behind.

“Twilight” (Nov. 1) The 2008 romance follows Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) as she moves to Forks, Washington, and falls in love with Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), a vampire. However, Bella will learn that a relationship with a vampire can be dangerous.

“Twilight” will leave Netflix in November. Summit

“Hard Candy” (Nov. 1) Hayley (Ellen Page) is a teenager who decides to meet up with a photographer she found online, Jeff (Patrick Wilson). Hayley isn’t going to be another victim, though. She drugs Jeff, ties him up and plans to get him to confess about his interest in underage girls in this 2005 movie.

“Get Rich or Die Tryin’” (Nov. 1) Rapper 50 Cent made his big screen debut in this 2005 movie, which was loosely based on his life. He plays Marcus, a boy who lost his mother at a young age and starts selling drugs. After getting shot nine times, he wants to finally follow his dreams of becoming a rapper, but leaving a life of crime isn’t that easy.

“V for Vendetta” (Nov. 1) Natalie Portman stars in this 2005 movie as a woman named Evey, who is saved from the secret police by a vigilante known as V (Hugo Weaving). Following a world war, London has become a fascist police state, and V uses terrorist tactics to fight the government.

V for Vendetta
“V for Vendetta” will disappear from Netflix in November 2017. Warner Bros.

“Sky High” (Nov. 5) The children of superheroes and super villains all get an education at Sky High. The 2005 Disney family film features a few actors who went on to star in other superhero projects like Danielle Panabaker, who now stars on “The Flash,” and Kurt Russell, who recently appeared in “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.”

“Goosebumps” (Nov. 11) The 2015 movie follows Zach Cooper (“13 Reasons Why” star Dylan Minnette) as a new kid in town who discovers that his neighbor is R.L. Stine (Jack Black). Zach accidentally brings Stine’s monsters from the “Goosebumps” books to life, and he has to find a way to return them.

“The Break-Up” (Nov. 16) Brooke (Jennifer Aniston) and Gary (Vince Vaughn) finally decide to get divorced, but neither want to move out of their condo. They try a series of devious plans to get the other to move out, but they’re both determined to stay in their home.

Watch the video at the top of the page to find out which titles are being added to Netflix in November.