Netflix: The Biggest Movies and Shows Leaving in June 2020

The introduction of HBO Max could change the game for streaming services. After all, the conversation is moving away from classic movies and shows. And Netflix, in particular, is focusing on developing more original content. But those subscribers who want one last chance to clear a few items off their queue will need to act fast before these hits exit in June 2020.

Some long-running TV favorites are leaving Netflix in the coming weeks

Netflix has a lot of original shows in the pipeline. But the streaming service has lost many classic TV shows. A few more are heading out in June 2020. First, on June 9, all seven seasons of Mad Men will exit the platform. The AMC drama made household names of stars like Jon Hamm and Elisabeth Moss. So fans will need to catch up fast before it exits Netflix.

Likewise, The Andy Griffith Show and Cheers will be leaving in June 2020. Both comedies were breakout hits in their respective times. From 1960 to 1968, Andy Griffith starred as the sheriff of Mayberry for eight seasons. And Ted Danson and his Cheers castmates headlined the iconic, award-winning sitcom for 11 seasons. Both shows leave Netflix on June 30.

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‘Avengers: Infinity War’ and other movies are jumping over to Disney+

With Disney+ still going strong, the House of Mouse is taking a few of its movies off Netflix. And surprising no one, they are all set to hit Disney’s own streaming service just a few days later. On June 22, both Tarzan and its direct-to-video sequel will leave Netflix. They will then hit Disney+ on June 26, where they’ll join most of Disney other animated classics.

That very same day, Avengers: Infinity War will debut on Disney+. The 2018 release is one of only two Marvel Cinematic Universe movies left on Netflix. With just Ant-Man and the Wasp left on Netflix after June 24, this could be the push some Marvel fans need to sign up for Disney+. The Marvel Netflix shows remain some of the only Marvel projects still on the service.

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‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,’ ‘The Matrix,’ and others are heading out

One of the best things about Netflix — or any streaming service really — is the ability to sit back and rewatch an old favorite. To that end, subscribers might like to know that several beloved comedies are leaving in June 2020. Comedy hits like Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Chasing Amy, and Scary Movie will all be leaving Netflix on June 30.

Likewise, blockbuster hits like Cloverfield, The Mask of Zorro, and The Ring are all leaving Netflix in June. Fans who are hoping to check back in with The Matrix and its sequels ahead of the 2021 release of the untitled fourth movie should do so now. The Wachowskis’ 1999 classic (and its follow-ups) are leaving as well.

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The 60 best movies on Netflix to watch now – The Sun

IF YOU'RE stuck on what to watch during lockdown season, then look no further.

Here is a guide to which Netflix movies you should feast your eyes on to pass the time during self-isolation.

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1. Ladybird

Saoirse Ronan stars as a teenager with a turbulent relationship with her mother.

The protective woman come to blows with her daughter over issues like sex, boyfriends and university.

Laurie Metcalf's character is loving, opinionated and strong-willed, grappling with the fact that while she struggles to keep her family afloat, her daughter is exploring her own awakening.

With appearances from Timothée Chalamet and set in an economically-shifting California in 2002, it'll no doubt bring up a whole load of conflicting feelings for viewers.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 79 %.


2. The Breakfast Club

A cult classic that is a must see, if you haven’t already.

A Group of rebellious teenagers in detention bond over their struggles both in school and out. 

Each one of them are bound to the high school caste system, one way or another.

The films shows scenes of soul-searching and depictions of adults that most teenagers probably agree with. 

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 92%


3. The Irishman

This crime thriller follows Frank Sheeran (Robert De Niro) as he looks back on his work for the Bufalino crime family.

As an older man and WWII veteran he reflects on all of his prolific hits and debates his involvement in the disappearance of his good friend Jimmy Hoffa.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 86 %.


4. Clueless

A 90s classic, perfect for when you need an uplifting film with plenty of laughs.

Based on the lives of the ultra-rich teenagers in a Beverley Hills high school.

The satirical take on the pampered upper-class girls who care more about the right clothes than grades is popular to this day.

Starring Paul Rudd and Alicia Silverstone, you'll be in for some laughs, eye-catching outfits and witty comebacks.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 76 %.


5. Someone Great

This post break-up film will have you laughing, crying and feeling enlightened.

The story follows three young women living in New York dealing with all the trials and tribulations of falling in and out of love.

Not to mention how the independent gals are paving their own way in their respective careers. Starring She's Gotta Have It's DeWanda Wise, Pitch Perfects Brittany Snow and Jane The Virgin's Gina Rodriguez.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 65%.

6. Bring It On: All Or Nothing

The sequel to the original cult classic follows Brittany Allen, who has to make new friends when her wealthy family moves to a new town.

Combining the concept of cheerleading with other forms of dance, she finds her place with her new pals, only to face off against her previous school posse. Starring Hayden Panettiere and Solange Knowles, get your high kicks ready.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating:  70%.


7. Marriage Story

Adam Driver and Scarlett Johanssen star as a stage director and his actor wife who go through the stages of marriage that aren't told.

The pair go through a gruelling divorce that pushes them and their personal extremes to the limit. 

The couples story of their marriage troubles is inspired by the director, writer and producer of the film.

Noah Baumbach based it on his divorce from actress Jennifer Jason Leigh as well as his parents divorce. 

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 85%


8. Before I Fall

With one day constantly replaying, Samatha Kingston realises she cannot change the things she wants too. 

After one fateful night, Sam realises she has no future at all, having to relive the same day over and over again.

She doesn’t know how to break the pattern and return to her normal life and she notices differences on each day not just in her life but in her friends and families too. 

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 57%


9. To The Bone 

After being diagnosed with anorexia (Lily Collins) she is put into a group home in order to recover.

With her relationships with her step mum and dad being strained, it becomes evidently more difficult to 

There’s also an unnerving romance waiting around the corner, she decides that she shouldn't treat her illness the way she has been.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 64%



10. To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

If teen rom-coms are your favourite then this ticks every box. With newcomers Lara Condor and Noah Centineo in high school portraying a fake relationship, what could go wrong?

A heart-warming film series based on the best-selling book of the same name by Jenny Han. Also starring Sex and the City's John Corbett.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 86 %.


11. The Duff

If you're a sucker for clichés, then this one has your name written all over it.

The DUFF (or designated ugly fat friend) shows a typical high school experience for the friend who is pushed to the side in favour of their cooler counterparts.

Robbie Amell guides his next door neighbour and childhood friend through the the dating scene.

The only problem is there's feelings involved that may not end well for the pair…

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 66 %.


12. Call Me By Your Name

A powerful and affectionate portrayals of love acted out by Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer.

Chalamet plays 17-year-old Elio Perlan, the American-Italian who's close to his father and enjoys reading and transcribing.

When Oliver (Hammer) arrives as a charming American Scholar, the two embark on a beautiful awakening that will change their lives forever.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 86%.


13. Isn't It Romantic

Rebel Wilson is back as New York City architect Natalie whose trying her hardest to get noticed at her job.

While delivering coffee and bagels, she is desperate to be following her passion instead of menials tasks.

After being rendered unconscious by a mugger, she discovers that she now exists in a romantic comedy and despite her cynical outlook on love, she's now the leading lady.

With appearances from Liam Hemsworth and Priyanka Chopra.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 70 %.


14. Nappily Ever After

Sanaa Lathan has the seemingly perfect life until a devastating event throws all her plans into chaos.

When her life begins to unravel she starts seeing the life she truly wants to live, rather than following the path laid out for her.

Drawing on real experiences, this eye-opener is educational and refreshing to the secret experiences of those living around us.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 73%.


15. Warm Bodies

A love story like no other, this poignant tale shows the power of human connection in the zombie apocalypse.

After a zombie epidemic, an unusual zombie encounters a human and the two form a special relationship.

Their struggle for survival in a lifeless world presents all sorts of challenges, but love proves to be the cure to the pandemic nobody saw coming.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 81 %.


16. Remember Me 

This will tug at the heartstrings of even the hardest person. A troubled Tyler played Robert Pattinson has a strained relationship with his father ever since they faced a family tragedy.

After meeting Ally through an unusual twist of fate, he finds meaning and happiness in his life again.

But soon hidden secrets threaten their relationship.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 69%


17. Sex and the City: The Movie

Join Samantha and the girls for another adventure but this time it's a movie.

The hit series has been made into a big screen feature. Sarah Jessica Parker plays Carrie Bradshaw as the fashion journalist whose consumed with her obsession for name brands and still seeing Mr. Big (Chris North).

Meanwhile Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha are facing their own dilemma's with romance, families, children and pursuing dreams.

Also starring Jennifer Hudson, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 77%.


18. Easy A

Emma Stone stars as the girl with The Scarlett Letter after faking having slept with half her school in order to help out a friend. The self proclaimed invisible girl makes a name for herself in a way that she didn't want to.

However, her open minded parents, her best friend and an unlikely ally in the form of the school mascot help her along. That is until the Christian gossip group throw a few problems her way. A funny story with a twist for those days you need to laugh.

Also starring YOU's Penn Badgley, Amanda Bynes, Alyson Michalka, Lisa Kudrow and Stanley Tucci.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 77%.


19. The Sun Is Also A Star

Riverdale hottie Charles Melton and the beautiful Yara Shahidi play star crossed lovers who only have just hours to get to know one another.

Jamaica-born Natasha (Shahidi) is fighting her family’s deportation whilst fighting her feelings for college-bound Daniel (Melton).

This one is for the hopeless romantics who explore whether our lives are decided by fate or random events.

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 61%

20. Burlesque 

This feel-good flick will have you up and dancing.

Christina Aguilera stars as a young performer who leaves her hometown of Iowa, arriving in a Los Angeles burlesque lounge with the dream to take her voice to the stage.

The sensual dance club is owned by none other than diva Cher, who lends her support to the young songstress during testy times.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating:  64%.

21. He’s Just Not That Into You

If you’re not used to facing hard truths, then this film will help you out. 

Based on the best-selling book, this story follows the story of Gigi, who gets advice from  a bar owner after being constantly dumped or ignored by dates she's gone on.

The bar owner fancies himself as somewhat of a relationship expert, or an expert on men’s sleazy habits and the way women respond to them.

Also starring Ben Affleck, Scarlett Johansson and Bradley Cooper. 

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 59%


22. The Half of It

A humorous coming of age story about three teenagers in the US in the small town of Sqauhamish.

Shy, straight-A student Ellie (Leah Lewis) is hired by half of the student body to write their essays for them.

However, she’s enlisted to help inarticulate jock Paul (Daniel Diemer)  who needs help winning over popular girl Aster Flores (Alexxis Lemire) with love letters.

After initially denying his request she gives in, forming an unlikely friendship with him and even discovers that she has feelings for Aster.

Written and Directed by Alice Wu. 

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 95%


23. Fifty Shades of Grey 

Based on the book of the same name, Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James.

A college graduate enters into a sexual contract with a sadomasochistic business magnate. 

However, she gets more than she bargained for when secrets and scandals come spilling out. 

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 41%


24. Letters to Juliet 

The infamous story of Romeo and Juliet sets the scene for this lighthearted romantic comedy.

Amanda Seyfried stars as a reporter for The New Yorker who desperately looks for inspiration on a piece of work.

When she goes to Verona on her pre-wedding honeymoon she finds inspiration in the form of letters left on Juliet’s balcony.

The young people pouring their hearts out in letters, need advice on love. 

As the reporter digs deeper she discovers the women who reply to the letters and finds out about one particular story that catches her eye. 

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 62%


25. Kal Ho Naa Ho (Tomorrow May Never Come) 

The romantic comedy drama follows a young, pessimistic student whose widowed mother tries finding her a husband.

The student falls in love with her neighbour, who unknown to her is terminally ill.

In a bid to make her fall out of love with him, he sets his friend up with someone else. 

The film language is originally in Hindi, with English subtitles. 

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 91%



26. Hush

This heart-pounding thriller by director Mike Flanagan follows the story of a deaf woman living alone in the woods.

Secluded and existing in a silent world, this young woman has to fight her way to safety after a psychotic killer appears outside her window. With no one around for miles, it proves to be a bloody battle for survival.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 73 %.


27. A Quiet Place

For the chatterboxes who don't know when to stop, what would you do if you had to keep your lips shut or risk dying?

This spine-chilling thriller shows the lengths that parents Emily Blunt and John Krasinski go to when making any sounds threatens their survival in an Earth invaded by aliens. If they hear you, they hunt you.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 83 %.


28. Would You Rather

After her parents death, Iris (Brittany Snow) struggles to support her terminally ill younger brother.

In her desperation she comes across a philanthropic gentleman who offers his help after she attends one of his dinner parties.

Upon arrival, she and seven others are trapped in a sadistic game of Would You Rather, where the winner will be given an astonishing amount of money.

The games get worse as they go along, so how far are they all willing to go?

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 59%


29. Birdbox

Sandra Bullock stars as a mum who tries to protect her two children against all odds.

The world is thrown into chaos with this post-apocalyptic thriller film, which sees sight prove to be humanity's biggest threat.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 58%


30. Orphan

A spine-chilling horror that's guaranteed to serve jump scares and take the viewer through a world of confusion.

After the loss of their unborn child, Kate and John decide to look past their crumbling marriage and adopt a child.

Going to the local orphanage they stumble upon a young lady named Esther.

However, all is not as it seems when she arrives and an alarming series of events start to unfold.

Kate notices and tries to save her family before it's too late, with limited success…

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 63 %.


31. Dangerous Lies 

After losing her waitressing job following an armed robbery that left another waiter dead, Katie Franklin (Camilla Mendes)  gets a job as a caretaker for a wealthy elderly man.

The man lives on a large, empty Chicago estate and the two grow close; however, his unexpected death leaves Katie named as the sole heir.

She and her husband Adam (Jessie T. Usher) are pulled into a web of lies, deception and murder.

In order to survive Katie must scrutinise everyone’s intentions, even those closest to her.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 43%


32. As Above So Below

Set in Paris, explorers get more than they bargained for when they begin to roam around in the underground of the French capital.

The catacombs provide the backdrop for this horror flick. A journey of madness and terror, this psychological thriller explores the human psyche at its most unsettling.

Delving into personal demons, the protagonists must find their way back to the surface to escape.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 40%.


33. Gone Girl 

There are many unexpected twists and turns, this story about the secrets of modern marriage will have you at the edge of your seat.

On his fifth wedding anniversary, Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) reports his wife, Amy (Rosamund Pike) missing. Police question his erratic behaviour as a media frenzy grows and has everyone asking the same question: Did he kill his wife?

Also starring Emily Ratajowski.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 87%.


34. 47 Metres Down: Uncaged

Four teenage girls decide they want to explore an underwater Mayan city.

However, their pursuit of curiosity turns into a tense battle for survival as they find it to be a hunting ground for Great White Sharks.

With a dwindling air supply and claustrophobic caves they must find their way out before it's too late. Starring Sistine Stallone, Corinne Foxx, Sophie Néllise and Brianna Tju.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 68%


35. IT (2017)

Based off os Stephen King's best selling novel of the same name.

IT is the clown that has been terrifying children in the town of Derry, Maine.

IT only appears to children and reels them in by talking to them, making himself seem like the perfect 'friend'.

In 1989, a group of high school kids decide they want to solve the mystery of the missing children only to find the mystery stemming back centuries.

The brave high school group have to remember one thing: IT feeds off their fear.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 84%


36. Shutter Island 

Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorcese team up once again for this adaptation of the novel of the same name by Dennis Lehane.

Set in 1954 as World War II veteran and federal marshal Teddy Daniels (DiCaprio) and his new partner Chuck (Mark Ruffalo) jump on a ferry to Shutter Island.

The water-bound mental hospital houses the criminally insane and they need to investigate the disappearance of Rachel Solando (Emily Mortimer).

The convict was admitted after she murdered her three children, however there’s many secrets to unravel on this spooky island.

Mystery and intrigue, that will leave viewers shocked with unexpected twists. 

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 76%



37. Spirited Away

Studio Ghibli made up a part of everyone's childhood and Spirited Away is a standout success.

The Oscar-winning production follows Chihiro, who is led to a mysterious town where her parents turn into pigs after eating the local food.

On a mission to find her parents once they go missing and adamant to find her way home, Chihiro befriends Haiku in this mystical tale.

Set in Japan, the original language is Japanese but there's both English dubbing and subtitles available.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 97%.

38. Boss Baby

Need something to watch with the kids that won't make you fall asleep? Look no further than this.

DreamWorks Animation introduces an unusual baby who wears a suit and speaks with the voice of Alec Baldwin.

When Boss Baby is taken to a new family home, his brother, 7-year-old Tim tries to figure out what Boss Baby's purpose really is. Drawing on the message of the importance of family, this heart-warming film is definitely one to watch.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating:  52 %.


39. Shrek

One of the best animations to grace screens and it even won an Academy Award. 

Once Upon a Time in a far away swamp, lived on Ogre named Shrek. 

His peaceful solace is interrupted when a herd of fairytale characters descend on his swamp claiming they have nowhere to go.

When he asks who sent them there, they state the evil Lord Farquaad had banished them.

With determination and an irritating donkey, Shrek goes to Lord Farquaad to make a deal to get his swamp back.

What he didn’t know was that entailed saving a princess from a tower guarded by a dragon.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 90%


40. My Neighbour Totoro

Studio Ghibli is the gift that keeps on giving with this family friendly, heartwarming animation.

Two girls find that their country home is in the middle of a mystical forest inhabited by fascinating mythical creatures.

They befriend Totoro, the king of the forest as well as the biggest and eldest of the mystical land.

Whilst their mother is sick in hospital, the girls are taken on an adventure where they begin to understand the realities of life. 

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 94%


41. Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle

Rudyard Kipling’s masterpiece is brought to life again when a boy is torn between two world and is forced to accept his destiny. 

Mowgli (Rohan Chand) never truly belonged in the wild or within civilization. 

Now he must navigate the dangers of each of the journeys until he truly discovers where he’s supposed to belong. 

Visually spectacular animation based on The Jungle Book. 

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 52%


42. Happy Feet 

In the world of penguins, a simple song can be the difference between a lifetime of misery or an eternity of unhappiness. 

When penguin Mumble is born without the ability to sing in order to attract his soulmate, he resorts to using fancy footwork by tap dancing his way into his love’s heart.

Family friendly animation voiced by Hugh Jackman, Elijah Wood and the late Brittany Murphy & Robin Williams.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 70%


43. How to Train Your Dragon

Family friendly animation about the son of a Viking Chief who is trying to live up to his father's expectations of him.

Wanting to mark his passage into manhood is harder as he isn’t built like the rest of the viking’s on the island.

However, when a rare breed of dragon lands on the island, injured and in need of a trainer, his luck begins to change.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 91%




44. Dumplin'

Jennifer Aniston is the mother of a young plus-size teen who wants to win a beauty contest.

Being a former beauty queen, Aniston doesn't support her daughters dreams as she thinks there are too many obstacles in the way.

A heart-warming, uplifting drama centred around revolutionising the way a small Texas town thinks.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 74 %.


45. Spy

When in need of a good laugh, look no further than this James Bond-esque spoof.

Melissa McCarthy is desk-bound CIA analyst who is sent into the field on dangerous missions. Feeling unequipped and having had her former partner (Jude Law) fall off the grid she goes undercover to infiltrate the world of a deadly arms dealer in order to prevent global pandemonium. Action comedy with Jason Statham and Rose Byrne.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 78%.


46. Always Be My Maybe 

If you’re a sucker for the childhood sweethearts trope then this film is definitely on to put on the watchlist. 

After being friends since childhood, two friends are reunited after 15 years. 

Reconnecting as adults who followed very different career paths, the two begin to see what they've missed over the years.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 89%.

47. Me, Earl and The Dying Girl 

Greg (Thomas Mann) is an awkward high school senior, and has to have his mum force him to spend time with a girl.

Rachel (Olivia Cooke) is a girl whom he hasn't spoken to since kindergarten and she was also justy diagnosed with cancer. 

Earl (R.J. Cyler) Greg’s best friend, joins the duo as they rekindle their friendship.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 86%


48. Annie (2014)

Based on the Broadway classic, a foster kid who lives with her mean foster mum has her life turned upside down when the New York mayoral candidate decides to take her in.

The move comes as he wants to become mayor and needs something to make him look like the perfect candidate.

Musical remake of the 1982 film of the same name.

Starring Jamie Foxx and Cameron Diaz. 

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 59 %.


49. Think Like A Man

In a New Years Eve and Valentine’s Day-esque format, this story follows four women in relationships  who’d like to know more about why men think the way they do.

Based on Steve Harvey’s book of the same name, the four interconnected couples start taking the advice from the book.

Starring Gabrielle Union, Micheal Ealy, Regina Hall, Taraji. P Hanson and Kevin Hart.

Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 79%


50. Candy Jar 

Two students at an elite high school who already have a heated rivalry compete with each other even when they’re on the same debate team.

But when  they’re forced to bear the pressure of overbearing mothers and university admissions, they realise they’re more alike than they seem.

Comedy starring Christina Hendricks. 

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 68%


51. The Spy Next Door

Jackie Chan stars as The Spy Next Door who doesn’t disclose that he was a spy.

Reminiscent of Spy Kids, former CIA agent Bob Ho0 (Jackie Chan) takes on one his most challenging assignments to date.

Being tasked as a guardian to his new girlfriends' new kids is harder than it seems when they haven’t warmed to the new man in their mum's life. 

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 40%


52. 50/50

Inspired by a true story, this story of friendship, love and survival is told in a different way.

Different to most cancer stories, this humorous take shows one man’s transformation and experience with cancer.

The bizarre and quirky nature of his friends and relationships keep him going during a dark time.

Starring Joseph Gordon Levitt, Anna Kendrick and Seth Rogan.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 88%




53. Kingsman: The Secret Service 

Colin Firth stars as a spy belonging to a super-secret elite organisation that recruits a promising candidate.

The candidate in question is the son of a former, deceased member of the organisation.

After getting into legal trouble, Eggsy (Taron Egerton) is called up by Harry (Colin Firth) and has to compete against the most competitive recruits in order to earn his place at Kingsman.

Based upon the acclaimed comic book of the same name. 

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 84%.


54. Bad Boys 

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence are Miami detectives investigating $100 million worth of seized mafia heroin which is stolen from a secure police vault.

The two police officers embark on a journey in order to recover the money.

However their lives are made harder when internal affairs snooping around they also have their boss breathing down their necks.

An action comedy with dirty coppers, snooping wives and a bachelor who refuses to settle down.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 78%.


55. Ocean's Eleven 

George Clooney and Brad Pitt can still leave fans swooning when they pull off a bank heist.

They band together a group of ex-cons to rob 150 million dollars from an underground vault that serves three of Las Vegas's biggest casinos. Teaming up with nine other men, the criminal specialists co-ordinate a heist to end all heists.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 80 %.


56. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle 

Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan and Jack Black team up to get themselves out of a game that they found in their high school basement.

The highly successful reboot of the classic is family friendly and gives guaranteed laughs as the four try to make sure they aren't stuck in the game forever. Also starring Nick Jonas.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating:  87 %.


57. Divergent 

The thrilling action-adventure is set in a dystopian world where people are divided into district factions based on human virtues.

Battling through the system and finding out information about the higher ups on her terms, Tris (Shailene Woodley) enlists the help of her faction in order to uncover the conspiracies that their leader (Kate Winslet) is hiding. Also starring Theo James.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 69 %.


58. Now You See Me

Brace yourselves for some mystifying magic tricks, as The Four Horseman try to outwit an elite FBI squad that wants to take down the super-team of illusionists.

The Four Horseman pull off a series of elaborate stunts, starting with draining a bank of all its money and Mark Ruffalo leads an FBI task force to find out how.

But all is not what it seems, so keep an eye out for a twist of epic proportions.

Morgan Freeman, Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher and Dave Franco pull off some spectacular stunts in this blockbuster.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 70 %.


59. Maze Runner 

A dystopian tale of a boy who is deposited into a maze where a community of boys currently live.

He has no memory of how he got there, discovering later that it has been erased.

He joins forces with the other people in order to try and escape. Forming an alliance they discover that the real situation is worse than it seemed,

Starring Dylan O’Brian, Will Poulter and Kaya Scodelario.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 68%.


60. Justice League 

DC brings their version of The Avengers to life, with this dark epic that brings the world's finest superheroes together.

Wonderwoman, Batman, Superman, The Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg all fight to save the world from a catastrophic end.

Bruce Wayne, played by Ben Affleck, brings together the superheroes after Superman's selfless act that restored faith in humanity.

Also starring Jason Mamoa, Gal Gadot, Amy Adams and Ezra Miller.

Rotten Tomatoes Audience Rating: 71%


All the titles above are available to stream on Netflix. For more recommendations check out our round-up of Netflix's best series.


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‘Upgrade’ Movie Is Getting a Follow-Up TV Series!

Upgrade is getting upgraded!

The Leigh Whannell-directed 2018 sci-fi thriller is getting a follow-up TV series, Deadline reported on Thursday (May 28).

The series is being co-created and executive produced by Leigh and Tim Walsh, who is the showrunner.

The series “picks up a few years after the events of the film and broadens the universe with an evolved version of STEM and a new host – imagining a world in which the government repurposes STEM to help curb criminal activity.”

The original movie starred Logan Marshall-Green, Betty Gabriel and Harrison Gilbertson.

Here’s a plot summary: “After his wife is killed during a brutal mugging that also leaves him paralyzed, Grey Trace (Marshall-Green) is approached by a billionaire inventor with an experimental cure in the form of a computer chip implant called STEM. The implant provides its host with heightened physical abilities, allowing Grey to exact revenge on those responsible for his wife’s death.”

Leigh Whannell also recently directed this film…

Check out the original trailer…

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Please Enjoy Over 100 Hot Shirtless Guys in Movies

Matthew McConaughey, Magic Mike

Who doesn’t enjoy a good movie scene with a shirtless guy? (*cough* No one. *cough*) Some of our favorite actors have been heating up the screen with their shirtless appearances, so we’re looking at the sexiest pictures of all time. You won’t want to miss all the scantily clad actors from the big screen; we’ve got guys on the beach, guys in bed, and beyond, so treat yourself to some nostalgia with the best shirtless moments in film.

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'Tuca & Bertie' Revived for Second Season by Adult Swim After Netflix Cancelation

Tuca & Bertie is getting a second wind. Following Netflix’s cancelation of Lisa Hanawalt‘s critically acclaimed animated comedy after just one season, Adult Swim has swooped in to pick up Tuca & Bertie for a second season. Tuca and Bertie season 2 has been greenlit for a 10-episode order by the network, which has slated the release for 2021.

Created by Hanawalt and produced by Bojack Horseman creator Raphael Bob-WaksbergTuca & Bertie seemed like it had everything going for it. A flashy Netflix debut, a star-studded cast lead by Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong at the height of their comedic prowess, and critical raves praising the animated comedy series about the friendship between two 30-year-old bird women. But to everyone’s shock, Netflix canceled Tuca & Bertie after just one season — leaving fans of the show to do little but join the throngs of embittered Twitter users barraging Netflix’s Twitter account with requests to save their favorite series. But there was still hope that Tuca & Bertie could be saved by an outside network, which Haddish was confident would come true. And this week, Adult Swim made it happen.

Adult Swim announced (via IndieWire) that Tuca & Bertie will return for a 10-episode season 2 on the WarnerMedia network. Haddish, Wong, Steven Yeun, and the rest of the main cast are set to return for the season, which is slated for release in 2021.

“I’ve been a fan of Adult Swim shows since my teens, so I’m thrilled to bring my beloved fowl to the party and be a new voice for a fresh decade of absurd, irreverent, yet heartwarming adult animation,” Hanawalt said. Hanawalt celebrated the rescue of her show on Twitter, with a teaser image for season 2, showing Tuca and Bertie celebrating the good news.

Hanawalt created and executive produces Tuca and Bertie, with Raphael Bob-Waksberg, Noel Bright, Steven A. Cohen, Haddish, and Wong also serving as executive producers. The series is produced by Michael Eisner’s The Tornante Company and the animation will be done at Shadowmachine.

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‘Game of Thrones’ Stars Peter Dinklage & Jason Momoa to Reunite in New Movie ‘Good Bad & Undead’!

Peter Dinklage and Jason Momoa are reuniting.

The Game of Thrones co-stars are set to appear in the upcoming movie Good Bad & Undead, Deadline reported on Wednesday (May 20).

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The action-adventure is based on an original idea by Mark Swift and Damian Shannon, and will be directed by Max Barbakow.

EXCLUSIVE: Legendary has closed a deal for Max Barbakow to direct Good Bad & Undead, with Peter Dinklage and Jason Momoa making deals to star and produce the action adventure. The film is based on an original idea by Mark Swift & Damian Shannon.

Here’s what to expect: “Dinklage will play Van Helsing, last in a long line of vampire hunters. He develops an uneasy partnership with a Vampire (Momoa) who has taken a vow never to kill again. Together they run a scam from town to town, where Van Helsing pretends to vanquish the Vampire for money. But when a massive bounty is put on the Vampire’s head, everything in this dangerous world full of monsters and magic is now after them. The intent is Midnight Run in a Bram Stoker world.”

Jason Momoa recently gifted fans with this shirtless video…

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Netflix Is Packing Your June With Hot New TV Shows, Original Movies, and More Hit Specials

Netflix Is Packing Your June With Hot New TV Shows, Original Movies, and More Hit Specials

Netflix continues to make your stay at home a breeze by giving us plenty of exciting titles to watch. Viewers got another season of Dead to Me and specials like Ben Platt’s Radio City Musical Hall concert film in May, but it’s the titles coming in June that’s truly bringing the heat! As usual, the steamer has a wealth of new original shows, films, and specials at our fingertips, including season five of the beloved Queer Eye, the end of 13 Reasons Why, and the already hilarious Eurovision Song Contest. If you’re worried about having plans, Netflix has more than enough to keep you covered. Check out the full list of titles ahead.

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David Arquette to Return as Sheriff Dewey for ‘Scream 5′

David Arquette will reprise his role of Sheriff Dewey Riley in the fifth installment of the Scream franchise!

“I am thrilled to be playing Dewey again and to reunite with my Scream family, old and new. Scream has been such a big part of my life, and for both the fans and myself, I look forward to honoring Wes Craven’s legacy,” the 48-year-old actor said in a statement (via Deadline). David has appeared in all the previous Scream films.

The plot details have been kept under wraps as of late, so we don’t know much else about the upcoming film. Stay tuned as we find out more.

Find out which original star is also having conversations about joining the movie.

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26 Sad Movies on Netflix That Will Have You Bawling Like a Baby

26 Sad Movies on Netflix That Will Have You Bawling Like a Baby

Sometimes, you just need to have a good cry, and nothing will help you do that better than emotional movies. Whether you’re into heartbreaking romances or medical melodramas, there’s something very cathartic about two hours spent bawling your eyes out, especially when you’re only mourning the lives of fictitious characters. Forget what people say about cry babies. Crying can actually help soothe and reduce pain, so go ahead and let it all out. If you’re in the mood for melodrama (which has nothing to do with your own life), then we recommend watching one of these supersad movies on Netflix.

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These Happy Movies on Netflix Are Guaranteed to Make You Feel Better

Sometimes you want a movie to make you think deep thoughts, feel big feelings, and ponder the meaning of all existence. And, sometimes, you… don’t. Sometimes you just want a happy movie. One that will only make you ponder whether two people will end up together, whether you should plan your own trip to Napa, or whether you actually even want a third Sex and the City movie.

Thankfully, Netflix is streaming a number of easy, joyful, relaxing movies that range from rom-coms and ’80s classics to animated films and adaptations. Here are 18 happy movies you can stream on Netflix right now.

Always Be My Maybe

Ali Wong and Randall Park star in this romantic comedy about a couple of old friends who realize they are maybe a good romantic fit as adults. If that’s not selling it enough, you should know that Keanu Reeves shows up as himself.

Austin Powers

If the absurdity of the Austin Powers movies makes you happy, you’ll be glad to know all three of them—International Man of Mystery, The Spy Who Shagged Me, and Goldmember—are on Netflix.

Back to the Future

If you’d rather time travel with Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox), all three Back to the Future movies are also streaming.

Can’t Hardly Wait

Nothing makes for an easy, feel-good viewing experience like a ‘90s teen comedy. Thankfully, Netflix has Can’t Hardly Wait, about a last-day-of-high-school party filled with drama, romance, and Seth Green’s stupid goggles.

A Christmas Prince

In the past couple of years, Netflix has released a ton of original Christmas movies that are both ridiculous and very easy to watch. A Christmas Prince is a good place to start, but any Netflix Christmas movie is going to be a happy movie, anytime of year.

Failure to Launch

Failure to Launch has one of the silliest rom-com premises out there: A “professional motivator” (Sarah Jessica Parker) is hired by a man’s (Matthew McConaughey) parents to secretly convince him to move out of their house. But does their fake relationship turn real??

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is basically about a teenager (Matthew Broderick) getting to do a seemingly endless series of fun things throughout one day. So, yeah, it very much belongs on a list of happy movies.

Hot Rod

It doesn’t get much lighter than Andy Samberg playing an amateur stuntman attempting to jump a motorcycle over 15 school buses.

The Hundred-Foot Journey

The Hundred-Foot Journey is about rival restaurants — one French and one Indian — with the owners of each soon learning to get along and discover each other’s cuisines. Low stakes. High happiness.

Incredibles 2

The first Incredibles movie isn’t on Netflix, but if you feel like spending some time with the superhero family, the 2018 sequel is.

Julie & Julia

Julie & Julia tells the true story of chef Julia Child (Meryl Streep) alongside the other true story of writer Julie Powell (Amy Adams), as she attempts to cook every recipe from Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking.

Mary Poppins Returns

In 2018, Mary Poppins returned with Emily Blunt in the titular role. The film will make you smile… but also cry, if you’re feeling particularly nostalgic. Happy tears, though, right?

Ralph Breaks the Internet

The sequel toWreck It Ralph takes Ralph (John C. Reilly) and Vanellope (Sarah Silverman) into the wild world of the internet, where there are plenty of jokes for kids and plenty of jokes that will go right over their heads.

Set It Up

This Netflix original rom-com is about two assistants (Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell) who try to set up their exhausting bosses (Lucy Liu and Taye Diggs). But will they find love themselves? This eternal romantic comedy question remains unanswered until you watch.

Sex and the City 2

Is Sex and the City 2 a “good” movie? No. But it is ridiculous, has beautiful sets and luxurious fashion, and is way happier than the first movie. No depressed brown-haired Carrie here.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

It’s impossible to watch Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse without a smile on your face. The adventure brings together several different Spider-People, including Miles Morales (Shameik Moore), Peter Parker (Jake Johnson), and Spider-Ham (John Mulaney). Yep, that’s a Spider-Man pig.

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before features one of the classics of the rom-com genre: People pretending to be a couple only to find that they are actually in love. Both the first movie and the sequel, P.S. I Still Love You, are streaming and oh so easy to watch.

Wine Country

A bunch of Saturday Night Live alums and buddies (Amy Poehler, Tina Fey, Ana Gasteyer, Maya Rudolph, Paula Pell, Rachel Dratch, Emily Spivey) star in this comedy about a bunch of friends who get together to hang out in Napa. I’m sure it’s not based on a true story at all!! Enjoy it with a glass of wine. Actually, enjoy all of these with a glass of wine. Tends to up the happiness.

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