What’s leaving Netflix UK in May / June 2021?
Staff Reporter | On 24, May 2021
While people still navigate their way through the coronavirus pandemic, Netflix UK’s sizeable library of movies and TV shows remains a handy resource for keeping entertained indoors.
But before you start bingeing through its new originals, don’t miss out on catching up with some other gems before their rights expire and they head to another service, or just disappear into the digital ether.
This is your last chance to stream the following on Netflix UK:
10 Cloverfield Lane – 31st May
Dan Trachtenberg’s sensational directorial debut is a nerve-jangling psychological thriller that deliberately keeps you guessing.
A Private War – 31st May
This biopic of journalist Marie Colvin is worth watching for Rosamund Pike’s stellar performance alone.
Beach Rats – 31st May
British actor Harris Dickinson makes a terrific debut in this sensitive study of sexual exploration and denial.
Dreamgirls – 31st May
From the sumptuous visuals to the cracking cast, this Broadway musical adaptation is a whole lot of fun.
Galaxy Quest – 31st May
The late Alan Rickman leads a stellar cast in this affectionately hilarious Star Trek spoof.
Inception – 31st May
Christopher Nolan’s intelligent, absurd blockbuster is a heist that works on every level.
I Am Ali – 31st May
This documentary about the legendary boxer is enjoyable, informative and ultimately moving.
Mid90s – 31st May
Jonah Hill’s authentic coming-of-ager skates along smoothly.
Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol – 31st May
Brad Bird’s live-action cartoon makes for a thrilling spy sequel.
Mountain – 31st May
This majestic nature documentary creates space and time for awe.
No Country for Old Men – 31st May
Brooding, unforgiving and full of portent, No Country for Old Men is a tense noir Western that grips throughout.
True Grit – 31st May
Hailee Steinfeld goes toe to toe with Jeff Bridges and Matt Damon in the Coen brothers’ mature, poetic Western.
Destination Wedding – 9th June
Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder are wonderfully spiky in this unconventional rom-com.
Red Dwarf – 14th June
This long-running sci-fi sitcom deserves its cult status.
Jurassic World – 18th June
This thrilling ride back to your youth proves dinosaurs can still seem as amazing as they did 22 years ago.
Bridge of Spies – 19th June
Spielberg’s underplayed war flick boils down to a riveting two-hander. Thrillingly simple – and simply riveting.
Ocean’s 8 – 19th June
This refreshing, female-led sequel makes up for low-key heist thrills with sheer fun.
Aquarius – 22nd June
Sonia Braga is superb in this remarkable, tense, surprising tale of a widow holding out against the property developers who want to buy and knock down her apartment.
Other titles leaving Netflix UK in May / June 2021:
A Haunted House
Beauty and the Bitches
A Midsummer Night’s Sex Comedy
Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging
Black Man White Skin
Christmas Made To Order
Darr Sabko Lagta Hai
Death Wish 3
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex But Were Afraid to Ask
Galaxy of Terror
Hearts in Atlantis
The Hole in the Ground
Hotel for Dogs
Invaders from Mars
The Island of Dr. Moreau: Director’s Cut
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back
José José, el príncipe de la canción
Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004)
Los heroes del Mal
Love Is a Story
Mean Girls 2
Menace II Society
My Christmas Inn
Natsamrat – Asa Nat Hone Nahi
Raja Rasoi Aur Anya Kahaniyan
Satan & Adam
Stories by Rabindranath Tagore
Support Your Local Sheriff
The Titan Games
The Way We Dance (Kuang wu pai)
Hidden in Plain Sight
Mother Goose Club
War Chhod Na Yaar
The 24 Hour War
Best Neighbors (Giran el-Sa’d)
Farce (Indama Yaqa el-Insan fi Mustanqa Afkareh fa-Yantahi beh el-Amr ela el-Mahzalah)
Freezer’s Campaign (Hamlat Feraizar)
From Japan to Egypt (Yabani Asly)
The Front Runner
Gloria Bell (2019)
The Hangover: Part II
The Hangover: Part III
It’s Okay, Buddy (Aman Ya Sahbi)
Ms Mammy (El-Anesah Mami)
The Republic of Imbaba
Sameer Abu Alneel (Samir Abu el-Nil)
Step Outside (Itlauli Barrah)
The Thief and the Imbecile (El-Harami wa el-Abit)
Alpha and Omega
Searching for Bobby Fischer (1993)
A New Capitalism (Um Novo Capitalismo)
Black Butterfly (2017)
LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu: Happy Birthday to You!
LEGO: Friends: Happy Birthday to You!
LEGO Friends: The Power of Friendship
Addicted to Life
Don’t Crack Under Pressure
Don’t Crack Under Pressure II
Don’t Crack Under Pressure III
The Ant’s Scream (Ant Scream)
The Cell (2017)
Flimflam (Laaf Wa Dawaraan)
The Right One (Wahed Saheh)
Savage Raghda (Raghda Motawahesha)
Welcome to Marwen
3 Seconds Divorce
Five Feet Apart
The Karate Kid
LEGO House – Home of the Brick
Monopoly (The Bank Of Luck)
Zindagi Gulzar Hai
Antariksha Ke Rakhwale
Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers
Club Friday The Series 7
Dragonkala Ka Rahasya
Love Rhythms – Accidental Daddy
Super Bheem Bana Vajraveer
An Upper Egyptian (Wahid Saeiday)
Angel of Mine
Bewildered Bolbol (Bolbol Hayran)
The Chord (El Watar)
Good Luck (Hazz Said)
Mary, Queen of Scots
The Player (Ghesh Al Zawgeyya)
Reaction (Radd Fe’el)
Three-Quarters Decent (Mohtaram Ela 1/4)
Unruly Friends (Bartita)
Mock the Week
Cooking on High
Salem: His Sister’s Father (Salem Abu Ukhtuh)
With thanks to uk.newonnetflix.info for some of the information.