Oscar-Winning Clint Eastwood Movie Million Dollar Baby to Leave Netflix in November


Netflix’s movie collection is constantly evolving, and in November, the streaming service lost a timeless classic. Million Dollar Baby Clint Eastwood’s Oscar-winning film is about a woman (Hilary Swank), determined to become a professional fighter, and the grizzled coach Eastwood takes her training. It is a classic Eastwood film and will be ending its streaming service on November 30.

Million Dollar Baby was a crucial and financial hit that earned them a lot of money. Positive reviewsFrom critics and viewers alike, Grossing more than $216 million was the film’s most enormous success to date at the international box office. The film was nominated seven times for the Oscars, winning four categories were: Best Picture (Swank), Best Actress (Swank), Most Supporting Actor (Morgan Freeman), and Best Director.

However, Million Dollar BabyAlthough technically it is a film about Boxing, Eastwood narrates the story. Katie Couric explained. It was ultimately about relationships. “She becomes his daughter, right, or his surrogate daughter,” Eastwood stated. “It’s a love story, the father-daughter love story. When I tried to sell the idea of making this film, everybody said, ‘Well, a boxing film, and a lady boxing film?’ I said, ‘No, no, it’s not a boxing film, it’s a love story.'”

Swank was nominated for Best Actress Oscar #2. Million Dollar Baby It was a fantastic experience from top to bottom, even though it was not her usual job. The brutal workouts. “I feel so blessed to be able to live my dream, and I had that connection with Maggie. Because Maggie has a line in the movie where she says this is the only thing I ever felt good doing, and that’s how I feel,” Swank told Movieweb. “So I had that connection with her and for me, working with Clint is a dream come true, and for Maggie, that relationship that she has with [his character] Frankie Dunn is so similar to my relationship with Clint. It was just an elegant parallel, and I didn’t want to let Maggie go. Every day that this movie was one day gone, I was sad. And Clint, of course, works so quickly, and your days are so short, and we finished two days early. I kept joking at the end I was going to come to work not knowing my lines and come a little late just so that we could stay on longer.”