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I know it’s very hard to keep track of time these days, but trust me on this one: June is almost over. Which means Netflix will be adding new titles in July. But it also means certain titles will be leaving, so you might want to catch up on them before it’s too late. These are the TV shows and movies leaving Netflix in July 2020

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Back to the Future

The entire Back to the Future trilogy is leaving Netflix next month, but I’ll just highlight the first one, because it’s the best. ’80s teen Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) uses a time machine built by his pal Doc Brown (Christoper Lloyd) to travel back in time to the 1950s. There, he ends up with the unenviable task of getting his parents together so they can eventually give birth to him and his siblings. The plan involves flirting with his mom. Yeah, it’s weird. And good!

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Under the Skin

Jonathan Glazer‘s haunting masterpiece Under the Skin has Scarlett Johansson as an alien preying on hapless human men. It’s strange, hypnotic, and one of the best films of the decade. And now it’s leaving Netflix. So watch it before it’s too late.

Inglourious Basterds

Until Once Upon a Time in Hollywood came out, I would’ve said Inglourious Basterds is Quentin Tarantino‘s best film. But while I now think Hollywood is better, Basterds is still Tarantino firing on all cylinders, presenting an alternate-universe take on the events of World War II. It’s funny, bloody, and full of killer performances.

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Solo: A Star Wars Story

Solo has the distinction of being the rare Star Wars box office disappointment, but I think it deserves better. It’s by no means great, but it’s a fun, old-school adventure, and while he’s by no means Harrison Ford, Alden Ehrenreich makes for a good young Han Solo. Sure, the script has some issues – did we really need to have an origin story for Han Solo’s name? – but there’s more than enough entertainment here.

Enemy 

Jake Gyllenhaal pulls double-duty in Enemy as a college professor who discovers he has an exact double out in the world. Denis Villeneuve‘s weird, creepy curiosity is almost impossible to classify, but just know this: there are spiders involved. Lots and lots of spiders.

Continue Reading Movies Leaving Netflix in July 2020

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Leaving 7/4/20

Blue Valentine 

 

Leaving 7/5/20

The Fosters: Season 1-5

The Iron Lady

 

Leaving 7/8/20

Solo: A Star Wars Story

 

Leaving 7/9/20

47 Metres Down

 

Leaving 7/11/20

A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III

The Adderall Diaries

Enemy 

Ginger & Rosa

Locke 

The Spectacular Now 

Under the Skin

 

Leaving 7/12/20

Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain

 

Leaving 7/15/20

Forks Over Knives

 

Leaving 7/18/20

A Most Violent Year 

Laggies

Life After Beth

Obvious Child 

Room 

Tusk 

 

Leaving 7/21/20

Bolt

Inglourious Basterds

 

Leaving 7/25/20

Dark Places

Ex Machina 

Mississippi Grind

 

Leaving 7/26/20

Country Strong

 

Leaving 7/28/20

Ant-Man and the Wasp

Her 

 

Leaving 7/29/20

The Incredibles 2

 

Leaving 7/31/20

Back to the Future

Back to the Future Part II

Back to the Future Part III

Can’t Hardly Wait

Casper

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Chernobyl Diaries

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

Freedom Writers

Godzilla

Guess Who

Hancock

Hitch

Jarhead

Jarhead 2: Field of Fire

Jarhead 3: The Siege

Open Season

QB1: Beyond the Lights: Season 1

Resident Evil: Extinction

Romeo Must Die

Salt

Scary Movie 2

Searching for Sugar Man

Sex and the City 2

Stuart Little

The Edge of Seventeen

The Interview

The Pianist

The Pursuit of Happyness

Twister

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

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