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Last Call: Titles leaving Netflix in June 2018

June sees numerous films leaving the streaming service including "8 Mile," "50 First Dates," "Captain America: Civil War," Men in Black," "The Young Victoria" and "While You Were Sleeping." (Photo: Netflix)

(KUTV) June is soon upon us and while that means summer vacations and family reunions, it also means that we'll be waving goodbye to a grocery list of titles on Netflix. Here are a few you might want to catch before they fade into the summer sunset.

Men in Black

Let's go back to a more simple time known as 1997 when Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith starred in a little film called "Men in Black" as a pair of agents working for an extra terrestrial surveillance corporation. Sure, the sequel went awry, but the original was a quintessential popcorn film that was both funny and exciting.

My Left Foot

There was a time when Daniel Day-Lewis was a relatively unknown actor. The "My Left Foot" came along and made him an Academy Award winning actor. "My Left Foot" tells the story of Christy Brown, a man with cerebral palsy, who learned to write and paint despite only being able to control his left foot. Essential viewing for art house fans.

The Young Victoria

Released in 2009, "The Young Victoria" stars Emily Blunt as Princess Victoria of Kent (soon to be Queen) and explores her relationship with Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, played by Rupert Friend. I had enjoyed Blunt's performance in 2008's "Sunshine Cleaning" with Amy Adams, but it wasn't until I saw this film that I knew that I'd be a fan of her work for years to come.

Training Day

Denzel Washington took home an Oscar for his performance in this gritty police drama from director Antoine Fuqua and writer David Ayer. Co-starring Ethan Hawke, the film follows a rookie cop as he learns the ropes from a veteran narcotics agent.

While You Were Sleeping

Sandra Bullock stars as a lonely Chicago Transit Authority token collector who saves a man's life and is suddenly mistaken as the man's fiancée by his family.

Marvel Studios' Captain America: Civil War

You've got a little time for this one, it leaves Netflix on June 25, 2018, but, considering how directly it ties into "Avengers: Infinity War," you'll probably want to revisit the film before it disappears. "Captain America: Civil War" is easily one of the better Marvel Cinematic Universe films. It feels like the film "The Avengers: Age of Ultron" should have been.

A complete list of titles leaving Netflix in June

Leaving 6/1/18

50 First Dates
8 Mile
Gridiron Gang
J. Edgar
Men in Black
My Left Foot
Neerja
Out of the Dark
Princess Kaiulani
The Angry Birds Movie
The Brothers Grimm
The Spy Next Door
The Young Victoria
Training Day
Untraceable
Vice
What Our Fathers Did: A Nazi Legacy
While You Were Sleeping

Leaving 6/2/18

Shark Men: Season 3

Leaving 6/8/18

Grace of Monaco

Leaving 6/918

The Trials of Muhammad Ali

Leaving 6/10/18

Bonnie & Clyde

Leaving 6/15/18

Drillbit Taylor
Naz & Maalik
The Giver
The Great Gatsby
Underdogs

Leaving 6/16/18

Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown: Seasons 1-8
Backstreet Boys: Show 'Em What You're Made Of
Curious George
Super

Leaving 6/18/18

Cedar Cove: Seasons 1-3

Leaving 6/20/18

Cake

Leaving 6/21/18

Baby Daddy: Seasons 1-6

Leaving 6/22/18

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

Leaving 6/23/18

Curious George 3: Back to the Jungle

Leaving 6/25/18

Marvel Studios' Captain America: Civil War

Leaving 6/26/18

Alpha and Omega

Leaving 6/29/18

Bad Grandpa .5

Leaving 6/30/18

On Golden Pond

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