What’s leaving Netflix UK in June / July 2020?
James R | On 22, Jun 2020
While people still navigate their way through the coronavirus pandemic and work out when it’s safe to go outdoors, Netflix UK’s sizeable library of movies and TV shows remains a vital resource for keeping entertained. 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, such as Disney+ or BritBox, or just disappear into the digital ether.
This is your last chance to stream the following on Netflix UK:
The Raid – 23rd June
The best thing to come out of Wales since Roald Dahl. Except he never fought anyone with a chair.
The Purge – 23rd June
What if, for 12 hours, any and all crime was legal? That’s the starting point for James DeMonaco’s horror, as one wealthy family’s hostage situation proves to be the starting point for a whole franchise and political and action-packed offerings – including a TV spin-off.
Mary Shelley – 24th June
Saudi director Haifaa al-Mansour takes the helm for this entertaining, provocative biopic of the Frankenstein author.
Swimming with Men – 24th June
This unassuming British comedy about regaining one’s self-respect is a sweet, gently charming ensemble piece.
Girl, Interrupted – 26th June
Angelina Jolie bagged an Oscar for her turn in James Mangold’s Girl, Interrupted, but this drama about a woman in a mental institution has a stunning cast all round, from Brittany Murphy and Elizabeth Moss to Winona Ryder and Jared Leto.
Roman J. Israel Esq. – 26th June
Denzel Washington was nominated for an Oscar for his performance in this understated drama about a civil rights defense attorney, who is faced with an enormous moral decision when his life is thrown into turmoil.
Jonathan Creek: Daemons Roost – 26th June
A return to fun form for Jonathan Creek that, magically, leaves you wanting more.
Zoo – 29th June
CBS’ enjoyably daft thriller – based on the novel by James Patterson – follows a wave of violent animal attacks against humans around the globes, and the group of humans who attempt to work out what’s behind it.
Won’t You Be My Neighbor? – 30th June
Morgan Neville’s documentary about Mr Rogers is a sincere celebration of a TV figure who helped shape the minds of a whole generation of children.
Luther – 3rd July
Idris Elba is on iconic form as the compellingly gruff detective in BBC One’s rough-and-ready crime thriller.
Looper – 5th July
Original and exciting, this sci-fi thriller is good enough to stand the test of time.
Wonder Woman – 6th July
Optimistic, determined and rooted in hopeful strength, Wonder Woman is the superhero movie we need.
Emma (2009) – 14th July
Romola Garai stars in BBC One’s four-part adaptation of the Jane Austen classic.
Jonathan Creek – 14th July
Alan Davies and Caroline Quentin make for a hugely entertaining double-act in this wonderfully bizarre crime drama that sees a magician’s creative consultant solving seemingly impossible mysteries.
Knowing Me Knowing You with Alan Partridge – 14th July
Gavin & Stacey – 14th July
Created and written by Ruth Jones and James Corden, this beloved BBC Three sitcom follows Gavin (Mathew Horne), an ordinary boy from Essex in England, and Stacey (Joanna Page), an ordinary girl from Barry in Wales.
Phantom Thread – 17th July
Paul Thomas Anderson’s romantic antidote to tortured male artists is a swooning, darkly comic masterpiece.
Darkest Hour – 17th July
Gary Oldman is unrecognisable in this compelling, cinematic biopic of Winston Churchill.
The Post – 18th July
Spielberg’s gripping thriller about the importance of a free press is understated, but its relevance is deafening.
The Stranger (1946) – 18th July
Orson Welles leads an impressive cast in this compelling noir powered by paranoia and strong performances.
Lion – 19th July
A tiny tale with a gigantic heart, Lion is a beast of a movie that cements Dev Patel’s status as one of one Britain’s best actors.
Other titles leaving Netflix UK in June / July 2020:
The Miracle Season
A Long Way Home
The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes
Damo & Ivor: The Movie
Sassy, Go Go!
You Got Served
The Day My Butt Went Psycho!
Badalte Rishton Ki Dalstaan
Khelti Hai Zindagi Aankh
The Family (2013)
Motu Patlu: King of Kings
1 Mile to You
On Yoga The Architecture of Peace
Once Upon a Time in London
NSU Germany History X
Beautiful Gong Shim
Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution
Bh Se Bhade
Bhaage Re Mann
Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hain
Don’t Dare to Dream
Gangs of Hassepur
North & South
Singh Saab the Great
South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut
Steve Jobs: Billion Dollar Hippy
What’s Your Raashee?
Forks Over Knives
Hi! School – Love On
The Purge: Anarchy
Fifty Shades Freed
Theater of Life
Daddy’s Home 2
Same Kind of Different as Me
Exodus: Gods and Kings
Houston, We Have a Problem!
The Most Beautiful Hands of Delhi
With thanks to uk.newonnetflix.info for some of the information.