Posted on Tuesday, July 28th, 2015 by Angie Han
Make the most of the lazy days of late summer by catching up on your Netflix queue. We’ve got a rundown of the best films coming to and leaving the streaming service next month, plus highlights from the upcoming Amazon Prime and Hulu slates. Hit the jump to find out what titles you should look out for.
The Best Movies Leaving Netflix in August 2015
Barbershop (August 1): The charming, low-key comedy that launched a franchise.
Beauty Shop (August 1): A distaff spinoff of the aforementioned Barbershop franchise.
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (August 1): An old-fashioned family musical based on the book by Ian Fleming (yes, that Ian Fleming).
Face/Off (August 1): John Travolta and Nic Cage literally act their faces off in this John Woo classic.
Joe Dirt (August 1): How else will you understand the nuances of Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser, released earlier this month?
Pumping Iron (August 1): The bodybuilding docudrama that helped turn Arnold Schwarzenegger into a household name.
The Fifth Element (August 1): Luc Besson’s vision of the future is unabashedly weird and gleefully silly.
Titanic (August 1): Yes, the Celine Dion song sucks. But the epic action holds up, as does Leonardo DiCaprio’s boyish charm.
Unbreakable (August 1): Still a standout of the superhero movie genre, even if the ending is the definition of “cinematic blue balls.”
Jiro Dreams of Sushi (August 23): Make sure to watch this foodie documentary on a full stomach.
Click on to the next page for the best films coming to Netflix in August 2015.