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10 Best Movies Leaving Netflix in June 2018
Netflix recently announced that, by the end of the year, it will offer approximately 1,000 original TV shows and films – not to mention all the third-party titles that round out its immense catalog. Still, despite that bounty, the online giant has to let go of some great titles each month, and this June is no different. So if you want to catch up on the below, you had best do so now, because May is rapidly coming to an end.
50 First Dates (June 1)
In this 2004 romantic comedy, Adam Sandler is a veterinarian who falls in love with Drew Barrymore—a relationship complicated by her short-term amnesia.
8 Mile (June 1)
Curtis Hanson directs this pseudo-biopic starring Eminem based on his life growing up on the streets of Detroit and rising to hip-hop fame.
J. Edgar (June 1)
Leonardo DiCaprio is captivating as notorious FBI director J. Edgar Hoover in this 2011 biopic directed by Clint Eastwood.
Men in Black (June 1)
Tommy Lee Jones recruits Will Smith to be his partner in a covert police force that oversees alien activity on Earth in Barry Sonnenfeld’s franchise-launching 1997 sci-fi smash.
My Left Foot (June 1)
Daniel Day-Lewis gives not only the performance of his career, but arguably one of the all-time great big-screen turns, as a cerebral palsy-afflicted Irish writer and artist in Jim Sheridan’s 1989 drama.
Training Day (June 1)
Denzel Washington won a Best Actor Oscar as a corrupt LAPD officer breaking in a new wet-behind-the-ears partner (Ethan Hawke) in Antoine Fuqua’s 2001 crime drama.
While You Were Sleeping (June 1)
Sandra Bullock rose to rom-com superstardom thanks to this 1995 film, in which she plays a Chicago token operator who enters into a relationship with the brother (Bill Pullman) of a man (Peter Gallagher) whose life she saves.
The Great Gatsby (June 15)
Robert Redford, Mia Farrow, Sam Waterston, Bruce Dern, and Karen Black form the stellar cast of this 1974 adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic 1925 novel.
Super (June 16)
In order to save his wife (Liv Tyler) from the clutches of a drug dealer (Kevin Bacon), a deranged short-order cook (Rainn Wilson) becomes a non-superpowered superhero—wielding a pipe wrench—in this black comedy from Guardians of the Galaxy’s James Gunn.
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (June 22)
Josh Brolin and Eva Green are merely two of the many new cast members to join this 2014 sequel to Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller’s stylized 2005 neo-noir, which boasts two new stories penned exclusively for the film.
Captain America: Civil War (June 25)
Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man and Chris Evans’s Captain America go to war over a proposed superhero-registration act—with their Avengers mates taking sides in the conflict—in this 2016 Marvel blockbuster.
On Golden Pond (June 30)
In his final screen performance, Hollywood legend Henry Fonda teams with Katherine Hepburn and his daughter Jane Fonda in this critical and commercial hit, which won three Oscars (Best Actor for Henry Fonda, Best Actress for Hepburn, and Best Adapted Screenplay for Ernest Thompson).