These Movies Will Disappear From Netflix At The End Of June

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This past weekend, a number of new movies and shows were added to Netflix. It’s all part of Netflix’s constantly revolving rotation of content, which changes from day to day, week to week, month to month. There’s always new movies to choose from on the world’s most popular streaming service.

But…as a result of that constant rotation, several movies leave Netflix as well. Some movies exit the streaming platform on random days of the month, but most of them expire on the month’s final day—and June is no exception. Come June 30, there are 47 different movies that will disappear from Netflix.

So which movies won’t be available soon? Here’s a complete list of the films that will no longer be available come June 30.

  1. 21
  2. The Amityville Horror
  3. Blow
  4. The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
  5. Brooklyn’s Finest
  6. Center Stage
  7. Chasing Amy
  8. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
  9. Chloe
  10. Click
  11. Cloverfield
  12. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
  13. The Duchess
  14. Elizabeth
  15. Elizabeth: The Golden Age
  16. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
  17. Ghost Rider
  18. Here Alone
  19. Inception
  20. Instructions Not Included
  21. The Invention of Lying
  22. Julie & Julia
  23. Kate & Leopold
  24. Kiss the Girls
  25. The Last Samurai
  26. Limitless
  27. Little Monsters
  28. The Mask of Zorro
  29. The Matrix
  30. The Matrix Reloaded
  31. The Matrix Revolutions
  32. Minority Report
  33. Patriot Games
  34. Philadelphia
  35. The Polar Express
  36. Race to Witch Mountain
  37. The Ring
  38. Scary Movie
  39. Sliver
  40. Stuart Little 2
  41. Tremors
  42. Tremors 2: Aftershocks
  43. Tremors 3: Back to Perfection
  44. Tremors 4: The Legend Begins
  45. Tremors 5: Bloodlines
  46. What Lies Beneath
  47. Yes Man

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