20 Movies And Shows You Need To Watch Before They Leave Netflix

Do you have a loaded backlog on your Netflix queue and don’t know which movie or TV show to watch? Some of them could be disappearing before you even get a chance. Here’s a list of the top 20 options that will be going away during the month of June. Among the available titles are a wide variety of critically acclaimed and underrated comedies, action flicks, dramas, thrillers, limited run series, and tons of A-list actors including Al Pacino, Jodie Foster, George Clooney, and many more. Check to see if they’re on your list or add them to remember watching them before they’re gone.

Rain Man (1988)

The legendary classic featuring Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman is a must watch for those that haven’t seen it, and for those that have should catch it one more time before it’s pulled from the Netflix library (June 1st). It features an angered Charlie Babbitt to meet with his care-free brother, Raymond, about the $3 million that was left to him by their deceased father.

Silence of the Lambs (1991)

This won’t be the only Jodie Foster movie on this list, but it’s arguably the finest performance of her career. She joins the incredibly famous and creepy Anthony Hopinks, who plays the manipulative Dr. Hannibal Lecter. It’s the movie that spawned multiple movies and TV shows on Hopkins’ character.

This movie will leave the Netflix Library on June 1st.

Garfield and Friends, Volume 1 and 2 (1988-1989)

Forget the new cartoons that feature everybody’s favorite lasagna-loving feline. Nothing beats the classic voiced by Lorenzo Music. Accompanying his adventures was the infamous U.S. Acres crew that wasn’t as popular as the Garfield comic strip by Jim Davis, but the barnyard animals were just as fun to watch.

This will leave the Netflix Library on June 1st.

Reign Over Me (2007)

Adam Sandler surprisingly played numerous great dramatic roles in his career. He plays a loner that lost his family after the devastating September 11th attack in New York City and runs into an old friend played by Don Cheadle. For those that may have overlooked it when first released, it’s definitely worth a chance before it’s gone.

This movie will leave the Netflix Library on June 1st.