“She’s All That” is among the many movies leaving Netflix in July 2015.
June is ending, and we all know what meaning: because the month changes, so does what’s obtainable on Netflix. We have rounded up 10 of the best movies leaving Netflix in July 2015, so ensure you watch them when you can!
10. Sky Captain And The World Of Tomorrow (July 1)
This sci-fi action movie is about in an alternate universe in 1939 — so expect superb fashion and a bizarre storyline that includes Gwyneth Paltrow, Jude Law, Angelina Jolie and Laurence Olivier. “Sky Captain” was of the first movies to be shot entirely against a digital backdrop, mixing actors with a pc-generated background.
9. Fried Inexperienced Tomatoes (July 1)
This 1991 tearjerker is all about feminine friendship and options an all star cast of women together with Kathy Bates, Mary Stuart Masterson, Mary-Louise Parker, Jessica Tandy and Cecily Tyson.
8. The Muppets Take Manhattan (July 1)
Widely thought-about to be one of many best Muppet movies, this 1984 musical comedy options cameos from Joan Rivers, Brooke Shields, Liza Minnelli and other ‘80s stars.
7. Big Fish (July 1)
This fantasy drama goes in a special direction than Tim Burton’s usual aesthetic while keeping all his trademark quirkiness. Ewan McGregor stars as a young man who goes on bizarre adventures. The supporting cast includes Billy Crudup, Jessica Lange, Marion Cotillard, Steve Buscemi, Danny DeVito and (in fact) Helena Bonham Carter.
6. Four Weddings And A Funeral (July 1)
This 1994 romantic comedy/drama made Hugh Grant a star. We follow his character as he pursues Andie MacDowell through four weddings and a funeral.
5. Louis C.Okay.: Hilarious (July 1)
This Louis C.Okay. get up special was filmed simply before his hit series “Louie” began airing. It options a couple of viral jokes in addition to Louis’ trademark themes of divorce and his relationship with his daughters.
4. Moonstruck (July 1)
Who would think that Cher and Nicolas Cage would make a rom com classic? This 1987 movie was nominated for six Oscars (Cher won for Best Actress).
3. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (July 4)
This 2000 Ang Lee action film was a surprise hit within the US, turning into the very best grossing foreign language film in US history (all dialogue is in Mandarin Chinese).
2. Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas (July 1)
This dark comedy based mostly on Hunter S. Thompson’s novel stars Johnny Depp as Thompson’s stand-in, Raoul Duke, and Benicio Del Toro as his attorney, Dr. Gonzo. It became a cult hit and set the stage for much of Depp’s later work, together with the 2011 adaptation of Thompson’s novel “The Rum Diary.”
1. She’s All That (July 1)
This 1999 high faculty rom com is a classic makeover story: Rachael Leigh Cook stars as art nerd Laney Boggs, who’s reworked into promenade queen as a bet.