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June 23, 2018

10 awesome movies that are leaving Netflix in July 2018

by John_A

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Get ’em before they’re gone.

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July is nearly upon us, and that means a new round of movies is about to depart that big free-movie-plane-in-the-cloud we call Netflix. Some are gone come July 1, so you’ve got a week to go. Others will take a little longer.

In any event, here’s your last chance to catch these 10 awesome flicks before you’ll have to use someone else’s login on some other service instead.

  • Alive: If you’ve never seen (or read) the story of the soccer team that crashed in the Andes and survived on little more than each other …
  • Cocktail: Tom Cruise is eager and charming and good-looking and probably not into Scientology just yet. Also, he’s a bartender.
  • Lethal Weapon 1-4: Mel Gibson is crazy. And a cop. And also acting in these movies. (Still gotta love Danny “Dad” Glover, too.)
  • Breakfast at Tiffany’s: I recall we both kind of liked it.
  • Michael Clayton: George Clooney is a fixer with a heart of gold.
  • Scary Movie: The spoof that launched a thousand sequels.
  • Scream 3: Scary movie.
  • Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines: This is a movie that happened.
  • Tropic Thunder: Welcome to the jungle.
  • V for Vendetta: We’re basically one bad glass of water from this happening anyway.

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