What’s Expiring on Netflix Instant: July 2015
There’s lots of new stuff coming to Netflix in July, but as always, there’s some stuff leaving too. As Boys II Men said, it’s so hard to say goodbye to Terminator 2: Judgment Day (or something like that, I’m paraphrasing here). Below is a list of all the confirmed movies and TV series leaving Netflix next month. If you want to catch up with T2 before Terminator Genisys comes out, or get really into Miami Vice just for the hell of it, you’ve got a little over a week to do it before they’re gone forever (or at least until August). Read on for your guide to what’s expiring from Netflix Instant in June. Plus as an added bonus we’ve included direct links to each title on Netflix. If you want to watch any of these films or series, just click below. (COUGHyourewelcomeCOUGH.)
Beauty and the Beast (1989): Starring Ron Perlman and Linda Hamilton. A New York City district attorney shares a deep bond with a subterranean-dwelling lion man who becomes the love of her life.
Cast Away (2000): Starring Tom Hanks, Helen Hunt, and a bloody volleyball. After FedEx systems engineer Chuck Noland’s plane crashes in the Pacific Ocean, he finds himself fighting to survive on a deserted island.
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998): Starring Johnny Depp, Benicio Del Toro, and Michael Jeter. When the going gets tough, break out the ether and bring your attorney. What happens in Vegas ...
Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994): Starring Hugh Grant, Andie MacDowell, and James Fleet. A commitment-phobic Brit tries to reconnect with an alluring American who’s about to make a seemingly awful mistake by marrying a wealthy, boring man.
Hawaii Five-0 (1968): Starring Jack Lord, James MacArthur, and Herman Wedemeyer. Gentle tropical breezes and an idyllic setting are no deterrent to the baddies populating the 50th state in this long-running series about a special police unit lead by ex-Navy intelligence officer Steve McGarrett.
Melrose Place (1992): Starring Heather Locklear, Andrew Shue, and Thomas Calabro. A true guilty pleasure, this searing spin-off of Beverly Hills, 90210follows the lives of the wonderfully wicked characters — including backstabbing beauties, lying lotharios and scheming sexpots — who occupy a West Hollywood apartment complex. Among those sharing their living space, and frequently their beds, are core cast
Patton (1970): Starring George C. Scott, Karl Malden, and Michael Bates. Gen. George S. Patton earned the nickname “Blood and Guts” for his determination on the battlefield. This epic-scale production follows the commander as he guides his troops across Africa and Europe, illuminating a man whose life was defined by war.
She’s All That (1999): Starring Freddie Prinze Jr., Rachel Leigh Cook, and Matthew Lillard. In this charming teenage spin on "Pygmalion," jock and class president Zack Siler accepts his friends' bet to make over the geeky, bespectacled Laney Boggs into a prom queen beauty. But along the way, Zack falls in love with his sparkling creation.
Super Troopers (2002): Starring Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Heffernan, and Steve Lemme. Four bored, occasionally high and always ineffective Vermont state troopers must prove their worth to the governor or lose their jobs. After stumbling on a drug ring, they plan to make a bust, but a rival police force is out to steal the glory.
Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991): Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, and Robert Patrick. A reprogrammed Terminator arrives from the future to protect young John Connor from a relentless shape-shifting cyborg in this sequel to Terminator. On the run, John and his guardian seek John's mother, Sarah, who is locked away in an insane asylum.
Three Kings (1999): Starring George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg, and Ice Cube. When three American soldiers stationed in Iraq find a map they believe will take them to a huge cache of stolen Kuwaiti gold hidden near their base, they embark on a secret mission that's destined to change everything.
Miami Vice (1984): Starring Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas. Although they don't always see eye to eye, Miami police detectives Sonny Crockett and Rico Tubbs work incredibly well together, busting elusive drug lords, greedy weapons smugglers and other nefarious low lifes in this stylish 1980s series.