Here's Everything Leaving Netflix In July

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Someone tell Beyoncé to ring the alarm. We have in our possession Netflix's monthly reminder that while it giveth so many good things — Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Daredevil, for example — it also taketh away. That's right, it's last call for these Netflix gems.

This month marks the final countdown for some of our favorites. She's All That is taking its last slow walk down the stairs, fully made-over and ready to be voted prom queen. The cinematically lush and beautifully poignant Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon bows out on July 4. On the sillier side of things, it's your last chance to engage in some shenanigans with Super Troopers, Trailer Park Boys: The Movie, and season 3 of The Inbetweeners.

The great news is that you've still got plenty of time before the mass exodus begins. If you start watching right now, you can probably learn the prom dance from She's All That before it vanishes.

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Beauty & The Beast: Seasons 1-3
In this TV adaptation of the tale as old as time, the beauty is a New York City district attorney (Linda Hamilton), and the beast is a lion man who lives underground (Ron Perlman). New Yorkers spend a good portion of their time in subterranean places, though, so it’s not as odd as you think.

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Big Fish (2003)
A reporter (Billy Crudup) tries to uncover the truths behind his dying father’s (Albert Finney) tall tales.

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Big Top Pee-Wee (1988)
Pee-wee Herman (Paul Reubens) decides he may as well join the circus when one literally blows into his front yard.

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Bratz: Fashion Pixiez (2007)
Yasmin and Cloe employ special glasses to see a whole new world.

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Bratz Kids: Sleep-Over Adventure (2007)
When a new girl throws a slumber party, the Bratz expand their circle.

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Bowling For Columbine (2002)
Michael Moore’s Oscar-winning documentary looks at our nation’s love of guns through the lens of the Columbine High School shootings.

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Cast Away (2000)
A FedEx engineer (Tom Hanks) gets stranded on a deserted island and befriends a volleyball named Wilson.

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Cheech & Chong's Next Movie (1980)
America's favorite stoners return for another madcap, marijuana-fused adventure.
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Descent (2007)
A college student (Rosario Dawson) is sexually assaulted on a date and copes by descending into the club scene.
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Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead (2010)
Two morbidly obese men embark on a cross-country road trip in an effort to get healthy and feel better about their futures in this uplifting documentary.

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Fear & Loathing In Las Vegas (1998)
Johnny Depp stars in the adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson’s psychedelic novel about his gonzo search for the American dream.

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Four Weddings & A Funeral (1994)
Perennial bachelor Charles (Hugh Grant) finally finds the woman of his dreams (Andie McDowell) against the backdrop of those titular gatherings.

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Fried Green Tomatoes (1991)
A woman having trouble in her marriage (Kathy Bates) learns to be more assertive after meeting Ninny Threadgoode (Jessica Tandy) in a nursing home.

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Harper's Island: The Complete Series
Abby Mills’ (Elaine Cassidy) mother and five others were murdered on Harper’s Island, and now she has to return to the scene of the crime for a wedding.

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Hawaii Five-O (1968): Season 1-10
Detective Steve McGarrett (Jack Lord) and his partner Danno (James MacArthur) always “book ‘em,” Hawaii-style.

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Jack Frost (1997)
This isn’t the frosty snowman from your childhood, but rather a stone-cold serial killer back from the grave.

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Knight Rider: Season 1-4
Michael Knight (David Hasselhoff) fights crime with the help of KITT, a car outfitted with artificial intelligence.

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Louis C.K.: Hilarious (2009)
Louis C.K.’s comedy special filmed live in Milwaukee.

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Melrose Place 2.0
In this reboot of the soapy ‘90s series, attractive 20-somethings romp around their West Hollywood apartment complex; drama ensues.

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Melrose Place: Season 1-7
The original guilty pleasure can’t be beat when it comes to dramatic twists and turns.

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Mission: Impossible: Season 1-7
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to watch all seven seasons before they disappear from Netflix.

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Moonstruck (1987)
A widow (Cher) falls in love with a tempestuous baker in Brooklyn.

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Natural Born Killers: Director's Cut (1994)
A young couple (Woody Harrelson and Juliette Lewis) goes on a killing spree and become tabloid darlings in Quentin Tarantino and Oliver Stone’s black comedy.

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Patton (1970)
A look at one of America’s most famous war heroes, General George S. Patton (George C. Scott), as he leads his troops through World War II.

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Racing Stripes (2005)
Stripes the zebra mistakenly believes he’s a thoroughbred racing horse. He doesn’t let that hold him back from pursuing his dreams.

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Seven Years In Tibet (1997)
During World War II, a POW (Brad Pitt) escapes to Tibet, where he forms a friendship with the Dalai Lama that shapes the rest of his life. Based on a true story.

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She's All That (1999)
In this teen movie twist on Pygmalion, Zack SIler (Freddie Prinze Jr.) has to somehow see beyond Laney Boggs’ (Rachael Leigh Cook) glasses and ponytail to turn her into the prom queen.

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Sky Captain & The World of Tomorrow (2004)
Gigantic robots start attacking New York City around the same time the world’s scientists start mysteriously disappearing, and it’s up to Sky Captain (Jude Law) and reporter Polly Perkins (Gwyneth Paltrow) to discover the link between the two.

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Space Cowboys (2000)
A group of retired engineers and pilots (Clint Eastwood, Tommy Lee Jones, and James Garner) have to journey to space to help NASA stop a Russian satellite from crashing into Earth.

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Stephen King's The Stand (1994)
After a super virus destroys most of humanity, the few who survive form two warring civilizations.

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Super Troopers (2001)
"Littering and…littering and…littering and"…this infinitely quotable comedy from Broken Lizard follows four Vermont state troopers as they haphazardly do their jobs.

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Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)
The Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) returns from the future to save John Conner from a cyborg.

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The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Vol. 1-3
Follow the future archaeologist as an adventurous teen (played by Sean Patrick Flannery) who encounters notable figures from the 20th century.

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The Care Bears Movie (1985)
Care Bear stare!

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The Fly 2 (1989)
A boy (Eric Stoltz) raised in a lab realizes he inherited fly DNA from his scientist father (Jeff Goldblum).

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The Langoliers (1995)
Ten people on a plane awaken to realize that they’re the only remaining survivors on Earth.

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The Last Samurai (2003)
An American (Tom Cruise) goes to Japan to teach soldiers the art of modern warfare, but he ends up respecting the samurai he came to defeat.

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The Manchurian Candidate (2004)
Two American soldiers are sent to the Gulf War after being brainwashed to rebel following their return home. Years later, one of those soldiers (Live Schreiber) runs for Vice President.

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The Muppets Take Manhattan (1984)
Miss Piggy, Kermit, and the rest of the gang head for the Great White Way.

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Three Kings (1999)
Three American soldiers stationed in Iraq at the end of the Gulf War set off to steal a hidden stash of gold rumored to be buried somewhere near their base.

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Trailer Park Boys: The Movie (2006)
Ricky, Julian, and Bubbles continue their usual antics on a larger, more feature-length scale. This time, they hope to get rich by stealing a lot of change.

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Wings: Season 1-8
This pleasant sitcom chronicles the comings and goings in a tiny, island airport terminal.

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X-Men: Evolution: Season 1
Follow the X-Men as teenagers as they learn to control their powers.

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Myth Hunters: Series 1
This exploratory show delves into some of history’s most legendary stories, like Noah’s ark.

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Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000)
Ang Lee’s artful tale of a governor’s daughter (Zhang Ziyi) who secretly trains as a master swordswoman to escape her boring arranged marriage in ancient China.

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The Last Stand (2013)
A sheriff (Arnold Schwarzenegger) in a quiet border town gets caught up in the final showdown between a drug kingpin and the law.

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Shipping Wars: Season 1-3
Independent contractors handle shipping jobs too difficult for regular carriers.

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Wahlburgers: Season 1
Say hi to Mark Wahlberg’s mother for him on this reality show, which ventures behind the scenes of the Wahlberg’s burger chain.

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Dragnet: Season 1-4
This procedural about crime-solving in L.A.-based cases on facts and gave rise to popular expressions, such as “The story you are about to see is true.”

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Miami Vice: Season 1-5
Detectives Crockett (Don Johnson) and Tubbs (Philip Michael Thomas) rid Miami of drug lords and other criminals in this ‘80s classic.

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The Inbetweeners: Season 3
If you thought Will (Simon Bird), Simon (Joe Thomas), Jay (James Buckley), and Neil (Blake Harrison) had reached the depths of their teenage mortification in the first two seasons, think again. For these four lads, it only gets worse.

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Leave It To Beaver: Season 1-6
This classic ‘50s sitcom follows the Cleaver family through all of their suburban antics.

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Magnum P.I.: Season 1-8
Thomas Magnum, P.I., (Tom Selleck) works for a mysterious novelist in Hawaii. His mustache always looks perfect.

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