With the end of the month approaching, there are going to be a lot of TV shows and movies leaving Netflix. Don’t panic! They don’t all leave at once, but a lot of them do depart on August 1. Here are just a few that you should watch at least one more time before it’s too late. Here are the top 5 movies leaving Netflix in August (in order of when it’s leaving).
Top 5 Movies Leaving Netflix in August
Addams Family Values – Leaves August 1
Although this might not be on the top of everyone’s list of favorites, it’s still a classic that many of us have fond memories of. The sequel to the Addams Family, a new bundle of mayhem is added to the roster. This Gothic horror-comedy follows in the footsteps of the first movie, with Uncle Fester falling for a woman who only wants the family’s money. Unbeknownst to her, the family is much, much more than she bargained for.
The Sandlot – Leaves August 1
The dog scene may be more famous than the movie itself. The story follows a new kid in town who joins a baseball team — America’s favorite pastime. The team goes on adventure after adventure, growing together along the way. This iconic coming of age movie, set in the summer of 1962, can still be enjoyed by the entire family.
Inside Man – Leaves August 16
This award winning movie, directed by Spike Lee and starring Denzel Washingotn, is a thriller you don’t want to miss. A bank robber plans the perfect heist, but it quickly becomes a hostage situation. Strangely, he already knows exactly what to do next. Was it all a part of his plan? You’ll need to watch it to find out.
The Pursuit of Happyness – Leaves August 27
Will Smith takes on one of his most respected roles in this touching story. Following a struggling salesman who cannot make a living for his family, he is left to raise his son on his own. From homeless to success, this is the tale of the American Dream come true despite the many hardships that are faced along way.
Naruto Movies – Leaves August 31
Naruto Shippûden: The Movie and Naruto Shippûden The Movie: Bonds are both leaving Netflix at the end of August. Those who know Naruto know how amazing and loved the manga, series and movies are. If there is one anime that you want to be checking off your list in August, it should be these two. On another note, the live action movie for Death Note is also coming to Netflix as an original. Stay tuned for more!