The weather might be warming up as summer gets close, but there will still be some rainy days keeping you inside the house and watching whatever is available on Netflix. Therefore, you might want to spend some time this weekend watching some of the better movies that will be leaving Netflix next month.
Below, we’ve assembled a list of the best TV shows and movies leaving Netflix in June 2017.
Disney’s sequel to the hockey comedy The Mighty Ducks is not only the best in the series, it’s still a damn good sports flick. Sure, it’s a little hokey at times and the way Team USA plays isn’t the most practical or even effective, but Disney doesn’t make sports movies like this anymore, and it’s a childhood classic for anyone who great up in the 1990s.
Before Paranormal Activity, there was The Blair Witch Project. This was the first found footage horror sensation that took the country by storm in the late 1990s, and it’s still quite a terrifying indie horror gem. It was made on a shoestring budget and it relies on suspense that builds from the imagination of the viewer rather than any monster or spirit that appears on screen.
One of the best mockumentary movies every made, this film from comedy masterminds Christopher Guest, Michael McKean and Harry Shearer, this film from director Carl Reiner is highly improvised and endlessly hilarious. If you loved shows like The Office and Parks and Recreation but somehow haven’t seen the movie that made those shows possible, then you have to watch This Is Spinal Tap.
Here’s another kind of movie that Disney really doesn’t make anymore. This is an old school adventure that the whole family can enjoy. It’ll remind you how great Rick Moranis is, and it will make you wish that he was still acting today. Plus, the special effects in this movie still hold up for the most part.
If you’ve seen Martin Scorsese’s The Color of Money, but you haven’t seen The Hustler, you may be surprised to learn that the former is a sequel of sorts to the latter with Paul Newman playing the same character in both movies. The Hustler is a classic drama focusing a small-time, ambitious, struggling
This thriller is by no means critically acclaimed, but it is suspenseful and fun. In the same mold of Phone Booth, this movie from Spanish filmmaker Eugenio Mira was actually written by La La Land and Whiplash writer and director Damien Chazelle. A classic pianist (Elijah Wood) looking for a comeback has to deal with stage fright on another level when an unseen shooter (John Cusack) threatens to assassinate him if he plays a single wrong note during his performance.
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