Posted on Monday, June 22nd, 2015 by Angie Han
To get the most out of your Netflix (or Amazon, or Hulu) subscription, it helps to know which films you need to watch before they disappear — and which films you should add to your queue when they arrive. After the jump, find out which films are coming and going from Netflix next month. Plus, get highlights from Amazon and Hulu’s upcoming slate.
The Best Movies Leaving Netflix in July 2015
Big Fish (July 1): Tim Burton spins a poignant and fantastical fathers-and-sons tale.
Cast Away (July 1): Honestly, I’m surprised how often Wilson the volleyball still gets referenced.
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (July 1): Remember when a Johnny Depp movie used to be cause for celebration?
Four Weddings and a Funeral (July 1): A much-loved work from romcom master Richard Curtis.
Louis C.K.: Hilarious (July 1): Louis C.K. doing his righteous old crank thing just before Louie hit FX.
Moonstruck (July 1): Cher and Nic Cage lead an all-time classic of the romantic comedy genre.
Natural Born Killers: Director’s Cut (July 1): Perhaps Oliver Stone’s most controversial film — which is really saying something.
She’s All That (July 1): A ’90s teen favorite, featuring a choreographed prom dance sequence because why not.
Super Troopers (July 1): More fun than chugging maple syrup or slipping meows into casual conversation.
Terminator 2: Judgment Day (July 1): Leaving Netflix just as the new Terminator arrives in theaters.
The Muppets Take Manhattan (July 1): Kermit and friends put on a show.
Three Kings (1999): David O. Russell’s satirical Gulf War comedy starring George Clooney.
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (July 4): Revisit Ang Lee’s wuxia classic before the Ang Lee-less sequel hits Netflix in August.
The Last Stand (July 6): South Korean filmmaker Kim Jee-Woon makes his directorial debut, with Arnold Schwarzenegger in tow.
On the next page, find out what films are coming to Netflix in July 2015.