Here's Everything Leaving Netflix In August

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Cue up the Sarah McLachlan. It's time to pour one out for these Netflix greats. Come August, you'll no longer be able to stream them. What's pulling a vanishing act? Why, just one of your favorite love stories of all time.

Rose told Jack she'd never let go, but everyone will have to part from Titanic when it disappears from the 'flix on August 1. Your heart may go on, but your ability to stream the epic Kate Winslet/Leonardo DiCaprio flick will not. Watch it while you still can — i.e. before July is over. If you need a romantic fix in its absence, you can still stream other doomed-couple classics, like Ghost, while listening to Celine Dion.

Read on to find out what else you should watch before it exits Netflix forever come August.

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Bad Girl Island (2007)
An idyllic island in the Bermuda Triangle becomes a film producer’s worst nightmare when a mysterious woman gets him involved in the murder of his friend.

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Barbershop (2002)
A neighborhood barbershop on the south side of Chicago is the social hub for both customers and employees, but owner Calvin Palmer, Jr., (Ice Cube) doesn’t think it’s financially worth keeping the shop open anymore.

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Beauty Shop (2005)
Hairstylist Gina Norris (Queen Latifah) relocates to Atlanta to set up her own hair salon and send her daughter to music school. She can’t outrun her old boss Jorge (Kevin Bacon), though, who’s forever taking credit for her work and standing in the way of Gina’s success.
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Bulletproof (1996)
Small-time crook Archie Moses (Adam Sandler) doesn’t know that his best friend (Damon Wayans) is an undercover police officer hoping Moses will lead him to drug lord Frank Colton (James Caan). This is an Adam Sandler movie, though, so more hijinks than high-speed chases ensue.

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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968)
The child-catcher from a million kids’ nightmares and a magical flying car appear in this classic film.

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Digimon Adventure: Season 1-3 (1999-2001)
Seven kids find Digivices and enter a magical world filled with creatures called Digimon.

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Driving Miss Daisy (1989)
An elderly widow named Daisy Werthan (Jessica Tandy) is forced to hire a chauffeur (Morgan Freeman) after getting into an accident. They two get off to a rough start, but (spoiler alert!) eventually see past their differences and become friends.

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Face/Off (1997)
FBI agent Sean Archer (John Travolta) switches faces with known terrorist Castor Troy (Nicolas Cage) to thwart Troy’s plans to bomb Los Angeles.

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Fools Rush In (1997)
New York City businessman Alex (Matthew Perry) has a one-night stand with Isabel (Salma Hayek) while on assignment in Las Vegas, and she gets pregnant. They decide to get married and raise the baby together, but there might be a song with some prescient lyrics warning against this type of impulsive decision.

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Gangsters: Faces of the Underworld: Season 1 (2012)
Members of Britain’s most infamous gangs are interviewed in this documentary series about the U.K.’s crime underworld.

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Hawking (2013)
World-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking narrates this look at his life.

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Hot Pursuit (1987)
High schooler Dan Bartlett (John Cusack) just wants to go on vacation with his girlfriend (Wendy Gazelle) in the Caribbean, but he misses his flight and winds up on a madcap adventure trying to reach her.

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Houseboat (1958)
Widower Tom Winston (Cary Grant) hires live-in nanny Cinzia Zaccardi (Sophia Loren) to help out with his three children, but she’s actually a socialite trying to escape her controlling father.

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Inside Fendi (2014)
Step inside the luxe Italian fashion house in this fascinating documentary.

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Joe Dirt (2001)
The mulleted Joe Dirt (David Spade) searches for his parents, who abandoned him at the Grand Canyon when he was 8 years old.

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Kiss the Girls (1997)
Detective Alex Cross (Morgan Freeman) teams up with Kate McTiernan (Ashley Judd) to capture a masked man who calls himself "Casanova" and collects women.

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Pumping Iron (1977)
This documentary finds 28-year-old Arnold Schwarzenegger competing for his sixth Mr. Olympia title.

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The Pitch: Season 1 (2012)
Billed as the “real-life Mad Men,” this reality show goes behind the scenes at modern-day advertising firms.

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Shooter (2007)
A former sniper (Mark Wahlberg) is convinced to come out of retirement to help stop an assassination plot against the president. Unfortunately, it’s so he can be framed for the murder.

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The Fifth Element (1997)
An NYC cab driver (Bruce Willis) in the 23rd century must save the world from the evil Zorg (Gary Oldman).

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The Longest Day (1962)
This all-encompassing chronicle of the D-Day invasion in Normandy, France, during World War II covers the important day in history from several perspectives.

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Titanic (1997)
Rich girl (Kate Winslet) meets and falls in love with poor boy (Leonardo DiCaprio) on the Titanic’s doomed maiden voyage. He draws her like one of his French girls before tragedy strikes.

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Unbreakable (2000)
A Philadelphia security guard (Bruce Willis) discovers that he’s a sort of everyman superhero who cannot be injured or broken.

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Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1961)
A specially designed atomic submarine called the Seaview is Earth’s last hope agains the Van Allen radiation belt.

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We’re No Angels (1989)
Escaped convicts pretend to be priests to make it past the U.S.-Canadian border.

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The Raven (2012)
When a 19th century detective (Luke Evans) realizes that two murders mirror those described in one of Edgar Allen Poe’s (John Cusack) stories, he enlists the author to help catch a serial killer using Poe’s work for inspiration.

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Albert Nobbs (2011)
After decades of disguising herself as a man in order to work as a butler in 19th century Ireland, Albert Nobbs (Glenn Close) falls for a handsome painter (Janet McTeer).

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Explorers: Adventures of the Century: Season 1-2 (2013-2014)
Watch extreme kayakers, B.A.S.E. jumpers, marathon swimmers, and more adventurers conquer the seemingly unconquerable.

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Family Ties: Season 1-7 (1982–1989)
Liberal, ex-hippie parents raise three kids in the suburbs, one of whom is a staunch supporter of Richard Nixon.

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Immortalized: Season 1 (2013)
This is a show about the world of competitive taxidermy. Knowing that information, it’s entirely up to you if you want to watch it.

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The Forsyte Saga: Series 1-2 (2002-2003)
The privileged Forsyte family must cope with various scandals and secrets in Victorian England.

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Jiro Dreams of Sushi (2011)
Master sushi chef Jiro Ono is a legend of the Tokyo food scene. This documentary chronicles his work and family life.

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My Fair Wedding: Season 5 (2011-2012)
Wedding planner David Tutera helps brides plan the weddings of their dreams in limited time.

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Petunia (2012)
The Petunia siblings, who hail from a neurotic and dysfunctional New York family, navigate through life and various relationships.

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LEGO Atlantis (2010)
An archaeologist leads an expedition to the lost city of Atlantis.

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LEGO: Hero Factory: Breakout (2012)
An evil villain named Black Phantom frees dangerous prisoners from the Hero Factory.

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LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu: King of Shadows (2011)
The four masters of Spinjitzu unite to defeat Lord Garmadon.

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LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu: Way of the Ninja (2011)
A boy named Kai once dreamed of following in his father’s footsteps and becoming a blacksmith. After the skeleton warriors attack his village, he’s forced to change his plans.

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The Moth Diaries (2011)
A mysterious new student (Lily Cole) at Rebecca’s (Sarah Bolger) boarding school behaves in ways that strongly suggest she’s a vampire.

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Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends: Season 1-3 (1981-1986)
Spider-Man enlists his friends Firestar and Iceman to help fight crime in New York City.

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