The 10 best new movies to stream on Netflix in June
This month, Netflix has tons of great new movies to choose from. A total of 74 new movies will be added to the streaming giant’s library over the 30 days, with many of these options already available on the Netflix platform.
But which movies are the most worth your time? What great movies are already available, and which ones should you be anticipating the most?
This article will introduce ten remarkable movies that I personally love or really look forward to. Then, at the end of the story, you can find a full list of every movie to add to Netflix in June 2021 (and when they’re available).
Le Grand Lebowski (June 1)
Ah, this first one is a classic! The great Lebowski remains the crowning glory of the Coen brothers’ filmography in the opinion of many (mine included). This crime / comedy follows Jeff “The Dude” Lebowski, who finds himself embroiled in a crazy kidnapping situation that turns his life upside down.
The best man (June 1)
If you grew up in the 90s, you well knew how awesome Taye Diggs was. But if you happened to miss the magic then I suggest you check it out The best man. This romantic comedy stars Diggs as an engaged bachelor who is expected to witness his friend’s wedding. Drama ensues, however, as her soon-to-be-released book is secretly based on the lives of her close friends.
What Women Want (June 1)
During the days when Mel Gibson was a leading man in Hollywood, he produced several great films. But only one of those projects was a romantic comedy and it was a gem. What women Want stars Gibson as Nick Marshall, a chauvinistic publicist who inherits the ability to hear what women think.
Stand by Me (June 1)
For a very long time, I assumed that just about everyone had seen Support me. But more and more over the years, I’ve noticed that the younger generations missed this classic 80s movie. Support me follows four young boys who decide to pick up the body of a man who was killed near their small town in Oregon.
Streets of Fire (June)
Oh man, it ain’t better than Streets of Fire. I miss such ambitious and stylistic films, especially musical comedies who were so daring. Streets of Fire focuses on a ruthless biker gang who kidnaps a rock singer named Ellen. We then follow Ellen’s ex-lover, who tries to save her.
Awake (June 9)
Netflix has several original projects kicking off this month, and one of the most anticipated movies has to be Awake. This dystopian film starring Gina Rodriguez takes place in a world where a mysterious catastrophe has wiped out all electronic devices and deprived humans of the ability to sleep.
Silver skates (June 16)
While Silver pads is just one of many new Netflix Originals this month, this film just happens to be the first Russian project to which Netflix has acquired the rights. This fantasy / action epic centers around a little thief on skates who warms the heart of an aristocrat’s daughter.
Silver Linings Playbook (June 17)
Almost ten years ago Silver Linings Playbook became the first film since red (1981) to be nominated in all four acting categories at the Oscars, with Jennifer Lawrence winning the Best Actress award. The film follows a man named Pat who tries to get his life back on track after a stint in a mental institution.
Paternity (June 18)
Easily the most anticipated movie of all Netflix Originals in June 2021, Paternity promises to showcase Kevin Hart’s comedic and dramatic chops. This dramatic comedy follows a father who must raise his baby girl as a single parent after the unexpected death of his wife.
Kill Them Softly (June 28)
What now appears to be one of the forgotten great movies of the 2010s is now available on Netflix. Slowly killing them– which features a star cast including Brad Pitt, James Gandolfini, Ray Liotta, Scoot McNairy, Ben Mendelsohn and Richard Jenkins – follows an “executor” named Jackie Coogan, who sets out to restore the local criminal economy after a collapse.
Every new movie you can stream on Netflix in June
- Kidnapping (June 1)
- American Outlaw (June 1)
- Bad teacher (June 1)
- Black Holes: The Edge of All We Know (June 1)
- CoComelon: a sunny day to play (June 1)
- Cradle 2 the grave (June 1)
- Reversed (June 1)
- Fools Rush (June 1)
- I’m Sam (June 1)
- Love Jones (June 1)
- Million Dollar Baby (June 1)
- Ninja Assassin (June 1)
- Seven Souls in the Skull Castle: Moon Jogen Season (June 1)
- Seven Souls in the Skull Castle: Moon Kagen Season (June 1)
- Stand by Me (June 1)
- Starsky & Hutch (June 1)
- Streets of Fire (June 1)
- Swordfish (June 1)
- The best man (June 1)
- Le Grand Lebowski (June 1)
- The wedding guest (June 1)
- The wind (June 1)
- What Women Want (June 1)
- Super Monsters: Once Upon a Rhyme (June 1)
- 2 hearts (June 2)
- Carnival (June 2)
- Dancing queens (June 3)
- Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie: Part 1 & 2 (June 3)
- Breaking Borders: The Science of Our Planet (June 3)
- Sweet tooth (June 3)
- Trippin ‘with the Kandasamys (June 3)
- Xtreme (June 3)
- Kitty Love: a tribute to cats (June 5)
- Vampire Academy (June 7)
- Awake (June 9)
- Fresh, fried and crispy (June 9)
- Tragic Jungle (June 9)
- A Haunted House 2 (June 10)
- CamÃ©lia Sisters (June 10)
- Locombianos (June 10)
- Skater (June 11)
- Very (June 11)
- Wish Dragon (June 11)
- The Devil from Below (June 13)
- Imagine a scientist (June 13)
- ALE (June 15)
- Let’s eat (June 15)
- Life of crime (June 15)
- Sir! No sir! (June 15)
- Relax the Mind (June 15)
- Lowriders (June 16)
- Penguin Town (June 16)
- Silver skates (June 16)
- Katla (June 17)
- Silver Linings Playbook (June 17)
- A family (June 18)
- Paternity (June 18)
- Jagame Thandhiram (June 18)
- Rational Life (June 18)
- Nevertheless (June 19)
- Good on paper (June 23)
- The House of Flowers: The Film (June 23)
- Murder on the Coast (June 23)
- Godzilla Singular Point (June 24)
- The seventh day (June 24)
- Sisters on the right track (June 24)
- The Ice Road (June 25)
- Sex / Life (June 25)
- Wonder Boy (June 26)
- Kill Them Softly (June 28)
- The Seven Deadly Sins: Judgment of the Dragon (June 28)
- America: The Movie (June 30)
- Lie and Steal (June 30)
- Sophie: A Murder in West Cork (June 30)