Caddyshack (leaving 4/1)
This golf-oriented Harold Ramis comedy served as a hilarious vehicle for Chevy Chase and Rodney Dangerfield in their prime. Factor in Bill Murray, arguably at the height of his shit-disturber phase, waging war against flowers and a dancing gopher, and this one is an absolute classic.
The Shawshank Redemption (leaving 4/1)
This classic film adaptation of a Stephen King story tracks one man's lifetime prison sentence for a crime he didn't commit. Andy (Tim Robbins) keeps his head up despite his predicament, and overcomes the odds of life in the slammer with help from his buddy Red (peak Morgan Freeman). A tale of inspiration and, of course, redemption for the ages.
The Prestige (leaving 4/21)
Director Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight, Inception) makes movies that are designed to be puzzled over. The Prestige, Nolan and his Westworld-co-creating brother Jonathan's adaptation of Christopher Priest's novel of the same name, might be the enigmatic filmmaker's most emotionally rich and narratively satisfying brain-teaser. Hugh Jackman and Christian Bale play rival magicians in 19th-century London, and while the idea of Batman facing off against Wolverine in top hats is certainly the draw, you'll keep coming back to marvel at the art direction, the plotting, and the pure joy of getting fooled again.