Here's Everything Leaving Netflix In August

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Bad news, everyone. Netflix is yanking some of our favorites out of its queue.

It happens every month, but the idea of not being able to watch Charlie's Angels every day until infinity is hard to stomach.

There aren't too many titles leaving us this time around, but we are planning to have a few last viewings of these monumental classics. I think an Addams Family Values, The Sandlot, Wish Upon a Star, The Wild Thornberrys Movie marathon is in our near future. A little nostalgia, and a lot of LOLs.

What more could one want from a binge? Ahead, all the titles you still have a chance to catch before they go.

Plan accordingly.
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Addams Family Values (1993)
The ghoulish family is back and darker than ever. A great watch for when that Wednesday Addams angst hits.

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Photo: Courtesy of Universal Pictures.
The Best Man (1999)
Lesson learned: If you’re gonna write a tell-all novel about your circle of friends, be careful.

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Bowfinger (1999)
This comedy stars Steve Martin (as himself) and Eddie Murphy (as two characters).

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Photo: Courtesy of Lifetime Television.
The Gabby Douglas Story (2014)
This made-for-TV movie chronicles the true story of Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas.

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Jennifer 8 (1992)
Adultery, severed limbs, and intense mystery dominate this thriller starring Uma Thurman and Andy Garcia.

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Johnny English (2003)
Rowan Atkinson nails his performance as a blubbering spy in this thriller spoof.

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The Nutty Professor (1996)
Eddie Murphy plays seven different characters in this comedy co-starring Jada Pinkett Smith.

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The Replacements (2000)
A comedic retelling of real events surrounding the 1987 National Football League strike.

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Roseanne Collection, Collection 2 (1993)
There’s never a dull moment with Roseanne Conner.

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Rugrats Go Wild (2003)
A television mashup for the ages, combining the beloved characters from Nickelodeon’s The Rugrats and The Wild Thornberrys.

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The Sandlot (1993)
“Remember kid, there's heroes and there's legends. Heroes get remembered, but legends never die. Follow your heart kid and you can never go wrong.”

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Suspect Zero (2004)
A very meta serial killer movie about an FBI agent who ends up in the thick of a messy blood trail.

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Teen Witch (1989)
After a lonely teenager finds out about her special set of magical skills, she must still come to terms with the fact that not everything can be conjured, like love.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III (1993)
The ninja turtles take their crime-fighting to Japan.

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Vampire in Brooklyn (1995)
Vampire movies were better before Twilight.

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Where The Red Fern Grows (1974)
A heartwarming, and heartbreaking, classic that will pull on all your heart strings.

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The Wild Thornberrys Movie (2002)
Perhaps one of the best movies ever. Who didn’t try to communicate with their pets after seeing Eliza Thornberry’s skills?

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Mr. Peabody & Sherman (2014)
An animated time-traveling adventure film.

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Clifford the Big Red Dog, Seasons 1-2 (2000)
Everyone’s favorite huge red pup teaches us all of life’s important lessons.

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Photo: Courtesy of PBS.
Clifford’s Puppy Days, Seasons 1-2 (2003)
Proof that Clifford was the most adorable pet on television ever since he was just a little runt.

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Charlie’s Angels (2000)
Three badass chicks kick butt and take names. Cue up the Destiny's Child.

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Wish Upon a Star (1996)
I bet you forgot Katherine Heigl was in this film that once tried to be the new Clueless.

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Inside Man (2006)
A riveting thriller with surprises in every scene. Denzel Washington does not disappoint.

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Harry the Bunny (2009)
Harry the Bunny will teach kids everything they need to know, like, “What is cereal?”

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Blitz (2011)
Jason Statham knows a thing or two about action films.

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The Pursuit of Happyness (2006)
You’ll cry all of the tears.

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A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge (1985)
A terrifying classic. Although, not nearly as scary as it was when it first came out.

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Death Note (2006)
This is not a note I would like to receive.

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Naruto Shippüden: The Movie (2007)
The movie version of the popular magna comic book.

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Naruto Shippüden the Movie: Bonds (2008)
A sequel to the first Naruto film.

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Zathura (2005)
An otherworldly board game makes a humdrum afternoon into the adventure of a lifetime.

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