The five biggest atrocities leaving Netflix in December

NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 04: Actors Cameron Diaz and James Marsden attend "The Box" New York premiere at the AMC Lincoln Square on November 4, 2009 in New York City. (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)
NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 04: Actors Cameron Diaz and James Marsden attend "The Box" New York premiere at the AMC Lincoln Square on November 4, 2009 in New York City. (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images) /
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LOS ANGELES – MAY 4: (U.S. TABS OUT) Director Steve Carr (L) and actor Eddie Murphy talk at the premiere afterparty for “Daddy Day Care” on May 4, 2003 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
LOS ANGELES – MAY 4: (U.S. TABS OUT) Director Steve Carr (L) and actor Eddie Murphy talk at the premiere afterparty for “Daddy Day Care” on May 4, 2003 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images) /

The five biggest atrocities leaving Netflix in December may surprise some. Especially considering there is some Christmas content on the naughty list.

First of all, how in the world is Netflix cutting multiple Christmas-related movies? That’s outrageous in December. There are people who would literally watch other people build snowmen for 30 minutes, yet legitimate Christmas content is getting dropped? That does not seem to make much sense. Neither does dropping the entire Rocky series, which should keep a perpetual place on all streaming services.

Although, it’s almost understandable that films like Get Santa are being dropped. A film about farting reindeer and breaking Santa Claus out of prison isn’t exactly a great message movie for kids trying to decipher the naughty or nice lists before Christmas. Here are the five atrocities leaving Netflix this month.

Daddy Day Care

Despite his superstardom, the fact he and his hilarious brother used to hang out with Prince and Rick James, and the success of Shrek, Eddie Murphy thought it was a good idea to make Daddy Day Care. Newsflash: It was not a good idea.

It’s difficult to believe the man that brought the world Raw and Delirious would think this movie is even remotely funny, much less enjoyable. It was at this point in Eddie Murphy’s career people began to wonder if he was a degenerate gambler losing bets about which movies he would be forced to do next, or if his agent secretly hated him.