Quick! These 3 classic movies are leaving Netflix next week

Catch these all-time greats before they’re gone

Good Will Hunting
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The best streaming services like Netflix are great for constantly adding new content for us to enjoy, but sadly there always has to be balance in the force. Titles leave Netflix all the time, but the 1st of June will see some of the best movies of all time disappear from the platform. If you can quote every line or you’ve never got around to watching, you owe it to yourself to watch these three movies that are leaving Netflix. 

Pulp Fiction 

Pulp Fiction

(Image credit: Miramax)

Whether you call it a Quarter Pounder or a Royale with Cheese, everyone should see Tarantino’s 1994 masterpiece. In IMDB’s top 10 films of all time, there really is no reason not to watch this twisting tale of three interwoven stories. 

With an all-star cast including John Travolta, Samuel L Jackson and a breakthrough role for Uma Thurman, Pulp Fiction has become a cultural touchstone for millions and spawned countless imitators and parodies. Darkly funny but also full of Tarantino’s signature brand of violence, this is not one to watch with the kids. 

Good Will Hunting 

Good Will Hunting

(Image credit: Miramax)

You like Apples? Well, you’ve got a week left to watch Good Will Hunting, how’d ya like them apples? With an Oscar-winning screenplay from stars Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, along with a career highlight performance (that also netted him an Oscar) from the late great Robin Williams, you have to watch this movie. 

Damon plays the eponymous Will, a college janitor and mathematical savant who is living a life destined to go nowhere. When he anonymously solves a complicated equation left on the blackboard he starts a journey that will change his path forever. This is a touching drama, with some lighter moments, about not letting where you come from define who you are. 

The Breakfast Club 

Worth watching for the punch-the-air soundtrack alone, this movie is an 80’s time capsule in all the best ways. Director John Hughes and Molly Ringwald worked together on some of the biggest movies of the eighties and The Breakfast Club is right up there with the best. 

This coming-of-age comedy-drama sees five students described as “a brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess, and a criminal" meet in a Saturday detention. They soon prove however to be more than their high school labels. Pretty much all coming-of-age and high-school movies these days owe a great debt to The Breakfast Club, so treat yourself before you miss the chance.  

Also leaving Netflix 

It’s not just these three iconic movies leaving the Netflix library on the 1st of June. A host of other series and films are also leaving the platform. 

  • 122 (2019)
  • Good Will Hunting (1997)
  • 2 Hearts (2020)
  • B.A. Pass 2 (2017)
  • Barbershop 2: Back in Business (2004)
  • Brahms: The Boys II (2020
  • Chippa (2020)
  • Conan The Barbarian (1982)
  • Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians 
  • Dear My Friends (Season 1)
  • Diary of a Mad Black Woman (2005)
  • Edge of Seventeen (1998)
  • Flushed Away (2006)
  • Galaxy Quest (1999)
  • Hachi: A Dog’s Tale (2009)
  • The Guard (2011)
  • The Hundred-Foot Journey (2014)
  • Jackass 2.5 (2007)
  • Jackass 3.5: The Explicit Movie (2011)
  • Jackass: The Movie (2002)
  • Just Like Heaven (2005)
  • Kalek Shanab (2019)
  • King of Thieves (2018)
  • The Raven (2012)
  • Revolutionary Love (2017)
  • Ricky Zoom (1 Season)
  • Run Fat Boy Ru (2007)
  • S.W.A.T.: Firefight (2011)
  • Scream (1996)
  • Small Soldiers (1998)
  • Swallows and Amazons (2017)
  • Teen Wolf (6 Seasons)
  • Think Like a Man Too (2014)
  • This Is 40 (2012)
  • The Woman in Black (2012)
  • Last Night (2010)
  • Legend (2015)
  • Little Boxes (2016)
  • Love.com (2017)
  • Madeline (1998)
  • Major Payne (1995)
  • Man Up (2015)
  • Midnight Diner (2014)
  • Mind Game (2015)
  • My Shy Boss (1 Season)
  • Paddington 2 (2018)
  • Paid in Full (2002)
  • The Perfect Dictatorship (2014)
  • Pride (2014)
Andy Sansom
Staff Writer

Andy is T3's Tech Staff Writer, covering all things technology, including his biggest passions such as gaming, AI, phones, and basically anything cool and expensive he can get his hands on. If he had to save one possession from a fire it would be his PlayStation 5. He previously worked for Tom’s Guide - where he got paid to play with ChatGPT every day. When it comes to streaming, Andy will have his headphones glued in whilst watching something that will make him laugh. He studied Creative Writing at university, but also enjoys supporting his favourite football team (Liverpool), watching F1, teaching himself guitar, and spending time with his dog.