The 10 best movies leaving Netflix at the end of July

On the first day of every month, the biggest streaming platforms in the world, from Netflix
to Hulu to Amazon Prime to HBO—add a number of new titles to their movie libraries. And Netflix has been particularly active this month, and will continue to add many new movies to its database throughout July.

But on the first day of every month, we also lose a lot of content. By the end of July, Netflix will drop dozens of movies. Fortunately, you have time to watch your favorites or perhaps discover a new favorite.

In this article, I will highlight ten great movies releasing from Netflix by August 1st. And at the end of the article, you’ll find a full list of movies and TV shows leaving the platform this month.

Django unleashed (2012)

Two years before the Civil War, enslaved Django (Jamie Foxx) finds himself accompanying an unorthodox German bounty hunter named Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz) on a mission to capture the vicious Brittle brothers. Their mission successful, Schultz frees Django and together they hunt down the South’s most wanted criminals. Their travels take them to the infamous plantation of sleazy Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio), where Django’s (Kerry Washington) wife is still a slave.

The Edge of Seventeen (2016)

Everyone knows growing up is hard and life doesn’t get any easier for high schooler Nadine (Hailee Steinfeld), who is already in dire straits when her older brother Darian (Blake Jenner) starts dating her best friend Krista. (Haley Lu Richardson). Suddenly, Nadine feels lonelier than ever, until an unexpected friendship with a caring teenager (Hayden Szeto) gives her a glimmer of hope that things might not be so bad after all.

Forrest Gump (1994)

Slow-witted Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks) never considered himself disadvantaged, and with the support of his mother (Sally Field), he lives anything but a restrained life. Whether he’s dominating on the gridiron as a college football star, battling in Vietnam, or captaining a shrimp boat, Forrest inspires people with his childlike optimism. But one person Forrest cares about most may be the hardest to save — his childhood sweetheart, sweet but troubled Jenny (Robin Wright).

My Daughter (1991)

Tomboy Vada Sultenfuss (Anna Chlumsky) has good reason to be morbid: her mother died giving birth to her and her father (Dan Aykroyd) is holding a funeral service at their home. The other kids think she’s a freak, and it certainly doesn’t help that her best friend, Thomas J. Sennett (Macaulay Culkin), is a boy. To make matters worse, Vada is hopelessly in love with her English teacher, Mr. Bixler (Griffin Dunne). What’s an 11 year old girl to do?

Friday the 13th (1980)

Crystal Lake’s murder history doesn’t stop the councilors from setting up a summer camp in the wooded area. Superstitious locals warn against it, but the fresh-faced youngsters – Jack (Kevin Bacon), Alice (Adrienne King), Bill (Harry Crosby), Marcie (Jeannine Taylor) and Ned (Mark Nelson) – pay little heed to the old -timers. Then they find themselves stalked by a brutal killer. As they are slashed, shot and stabbed, the Councilors struggle to stay alive in the face of a ruthless adversary.

The Living and the Dead (1995)

A mysterious female gunslinger, Ellen (Sharon Stone), wanders the city of Redemption in search of revenge. Her father was killed by the city’s sadistic mayor, Herod (Gene Hackman), who is in the process of organizing a quick draw tournament. The lady enters, joining a cast of miscreants and outlaws for a brutal competition in which the loser dies. Among the contestants is “The Kid” (Leonardo DiCaprio), an upstart who has his own score to settle with Herod.

The Book of Eli (2010)

Thirty years after war turned the world into a wasteland, a lone warrior named Eli (Denzel Washington) walks across the ruined landscape, bearing hope for humanity’s redemption. Only one other man (Gary Oldman) understands the power of what Eli wields, and he’s determined to take it for himself. Although Eli prefers peace, he will risk death to protect his precious cargo, as he must fulfill his destiny to help restore humanity.

Jackass: The Movie (2002)

In this comedic documentary, Johnny Knoxville leads a team of stuntmen, skateboarders and all-around lunatics as they prank, embarrass and torture each other in the name of fun. The antics range from childhood – boys don panda costumes to romp through Tokyo – to grotesque and potentially deadly. A golf cart wrecking derby gets downright dangerous. The live alligators almost bit the maniacal Steve-O. Heavily made-up filmmaker Spike Jonze and Knoxville test the public’s patience with the elderly.

Love Actually (2003)

Nine interwoven stories examine the complexities of the one emotion that connects us all: love. Among the characters explored are David (Hugh Grant), the handsome, newly-elected British Prime Minister who falls in love with a young junior employee (Martine McCutcheon), Sarah (Laura Linney), a graphic designer whose devotion to her mentally ill brother complicates his love life. , and Harry (Alan Rickman), a married man tempted by his attractive new secretary.

Creation (2010)

Dom Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) is a thief with the rare ability to enter people’s dreams and steal their secrets from their subconscious. His talent has made him a hot commodity in the world of corporate espionage, but has also cost him everything he loves. Cobb has a chance to redeem himself when he is offered a seemingly impossible task: to plant an idea in someone’s mind. If he succeeds, it will be the perfect crime, but a dangerous enemy anticipates Cobb’s every move.

All Movies and TV Shows Leaving Netflix in July

Leaving July 20

  • Annabelle: Creation (2017)

Ldeparture on July 22

  • Chicago Med (seasons 1–5)

Leaving July 24

Leaving July 26

Leaving on August 1

  • 2 States (2014)
  • 21 (2008)
  • 30 Rock (Seasons 1-7)
  • Anaconda (1997)
  • Arthur Noel (2011)
  • Baghi (2016)
  • Boyka: Undisputed (2016)
  • Children of God (1994)
  • Chillar Party (2011)
  • Cocaine (2005)
  • To the Edge of the Universe (2008)
  • Farsha (2015)
  • Fashion (2008)
  • Fitoor (2016)
  • Fiza (2000)
  • Forrest Gump (1994)
  • Freddy vs. Jason (2003)
  • Friday Night Lights (seasons 1–5)
  • Friday the 13th (2009)
  • Guzaarish (2010)
  • Good Luck Chuck (2007)
  • Haider (2014)
  • Handsome Devil (2016)
  • Highway (2014)
  • I Hate Love Stories (2010)
  • I, Frankenstein (2014)
  • Creation (2010)
  • Interview with a Serial Killer (2008)
  • Jackass: The Movie (2002)
  • Jackass 2.5 (2007)
  • Jackass 3.5: The Explicit Movie (2011)
  • John Q (2002)
  • The White Slave (2016)
  • Lavell Crawford: Can a brother be loved? (2011)
  • Lean on Me (1989)
  • Cricket (Season 1)
  • Love Actually (2003)
  • Hand aurr Mrs. Khanna (2009)
  • Mohenjo Daro (2016)
  • My Daughter (1991)
  • New York Prison Break: The Seduction of Joyce Mitchell (2017)
  • Patsy and Lorette (2019)
  • KP (2014)
  • Project X (2012)
  • Pompoms (2019)
  • Raajneeti (2010)
  • Rank Of Basanti (2006)
  • True Crime: Diamond Geezers (2008)
  • Rogue Warfare: The Hunt (2019)
  • Rowdy Rathore (2012)
  • Sniper: Ghost Shooter (2016)
  • Tamasha (2015)
  • Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya (2012)
  • Texas Chainsaw 3D (2013)
  • The Blind Christ (2016)
  • The Blind Side (2009)
  • The Blue Umbrella (2005)
  • The Book of Eli (2010)
  • The Contractor (2007)
  • The Edge of Seventeen (2016)
  • The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia (2013)
  • The One (2001)
  • The Living and the Dead (1995)
  • The Replacements (2000)
  • One Plus One (2015)
  • War of the Worlds (2005)
  • Welcome Home (2018)
  • You’ve Got Mail (1998)

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