V for Vendetta and Pitch Perfect are among the best movies departing Netflix this week.

Netflix adds new content regularly, from wild reality series to classic rom-coms, but it also removes content.

So while you would believe a movie or TV show will be on there forever, some are just available for a few months.

Stuff to Watch has compiled a list of seven great movies that will soon be gone to help subscribers maximize their subscription and set viewing priorities.

Guy Ritchie's (Snatch, Sherlock Holmes) recreation of the 1960s Cold War TV spy series borrows more from the James Bond films of the time. 

 U.N.C.L.E. stood out with its style and panache at a time when spy thrillers were oversaturated, even though the plot resembled the failed attempt to revive fellow '60s show The Saint almost 20 years earlier (or even the same year's Mission: Impossible instalment, Rogue Nation).

Ritchie uses sun-drenched Italian locations and his own visual tricks to borrow the era style from his friend Matthew Vaughn's X-Men: First Class. 

Henry Cavill, Armie Hammer, Alicia Vikander, Elizabeth Debicki, Jared Harris, and Hugh Grant star.

Jason Moore's delightful film follows the Barden Bellas as they try to redefine themselves and win a national competition during the a capella boom a decade ago.

Keanu Reeves has not yet granted Samuel L. Jackson's he wants in request for John Wick.