If you spend many hours watching Netflix movies, we’ve some bad news. “To Catch a Thief,” “The Wedding Planner,” and “Jurassic Park” are leaving the streaming website in the first week of May. It means you will no longer be able to watch these films, and the lineup has 46 fantastic titles in total.

‘To Catch a Thief’

To Catch a Thief” is a 1955 romantic thriller produced and directed Alfred Hitchcock, with the script written by John Michael Hayes. The story is inspired by a novel of the same name by David Dodge. It features Cary Grant as a retired cat burglar. He works hard to earn a living and is finally recruited to catch some wealthy tourists of the city.

Grace Kelly stars opposite David, and their onscreen chemistry is fabulous. Jessie Royce Landis, John Williams, Charles Vanel, Brigitte Auber, Jean Martinelli, Georgette Anys, and René Blancard are in the supporting roles. Paramount released the film under its banner, and Robert Burks won an Academy Award for this project.

‘The Wedding Planner’

The Wedding Planner” was released in 2001, and did magnificent business at the box office. This romantic comedy is directed by Adam Shankman, scripted by Pamela Falk, and Michael Ellis. Jennifer Lopez and Matthew McConaughey are in the leading roles. The story is about a San Fransisco-based wedding planner, Mary. She unites with Massimo for a project.

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The catering heiress, Fran Donolly, hires Mary to plan her society wedding. Justin Chambers, Judy Greer, Alex Rocco, Joanna Gleason, Fred Willard, and Greg Lauren play the supporting characters in this movie. Many of the scenes were shot in Golden Gate Park and the Japanese Tea Garden. “The Wedding Planner” grossed over $120 million in the opening weekend.

‘Jurassic Park’

Unfortunately, “Jurassic Park” is also leaving Netflix in the first week of May. This 1993 American film is directed by Steven Spielberg and produced by Kathleen Kennedy. The story is inspired by a novel of the same name by Michael Crichton, and its script is written by David Koepp. The film was set on the fictional islet of Isla Nublar, where a team of scientists creates a wildlife park of cloned creatures.

Several studios put in bids for the movie rights and Spielberg won the distribution rights for $1.5 million.

The filmmaker spent over $50 million on marketing campaigns, and “Jurassic Park” earned more than $900 million worldwide.

“Alfie,” “Cujo,” “Doomsdays,” “Fantastic Four,” “Invincible,” “Paulie,” “The Doors,” “The Real Beauty and the Beast,” “Truly Strange,” “Venom Islands,” and “World War II Spy School” will also leave Netflix next week.