What’s Coming and Going on Netflix.

Walt Disney Pictures: Saving Mr.Banks

“Saving Mr. Banks” is one of the movies that will be leaving Netflix.

Sometimes sitting down to Netflix can be a bit overwhelming. Can you deal with the suspense of “Birdbox,” or are you feeling like you just need to relax with a “Friends” reruns marathon? And with all those options, sometimes we just don’t get around to watching everything we wanted to, so here’s a list of what’s coming and going on Netflix.

Arriving Wednesday, February 27:

“Unsolved: Tupac & Biggie”: A true crime series based on the murder investigations of Tupac and Biggie.

Arriving Friday, March 1:

“Saving Mr.Banks”: Walt Disney (Tom Hanks) tries to make the movie “Mary Poppins” because it’s one of his daughter’s favorites. The author, P.L. Travers (Emma Thompson), is hesitant to give Disney the rights to her novel, but it’s not selling any more copies. 

“The Notebook”: Mill worker (Ryan Gosling) and rich girl (Rachel Adams) are in love. Because of the disapproval of her family, they go their separate ways. Years later they realize their love for each other has never left, and one of the most romantic stories starts out. 

Leaving Friday, March 1:

“Ghostbusters”: Paranormal scientists  (Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd, and Bill Murray) lose their positions at a university is New York City, so in order to earn money, they decided to become “ghostbusters,” helping New York battle its severe problem with ghouls and spirits. 

“Ghostbusters 2”: After saving New York from ghosts, Ghostbuster Peter Venkman (Bill Murray) learns that spirits are interested in his baby son. To keep the ghosts away, the Ghostbuster team must get together and defeat the ghosts once and for all.

“The Breakfast Club”: A rebel named John (Judd Nelson), a spoiled princess named Claire (Molly Ringwald), an outcast named Allison (Ally Sheedy) a brain named Brian (Anthony Michael Hall) and a jock Andrew (Emilio Estevez) are serving a detention on Saturday. Each share their personal stories making them grow closer and slowly realize they are more the same than different.

“Pearl Harbor”: Based on a true historical event, American friends Rafe McCawley (Ben Affleck) and Danny Walker (Josh Hartnett) enter WWII as pilots. The boys go their separate ways but reunite in Hawaii just before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.