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Movies & TV Shows Leaving Netflix: June 2016

No big plans for Memorial Day? Then get busy watching these Netflix titles before they vanish in June. Among the great films leaving Netflix streaming are Disney '90s classics "Mulan," "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" and "Hercules" (don't worry, you'll see more from Disney on Netflix Very Soon).

And say goodbye to comedies "About a Boy," "Bridget Jones's Diary," "Wayne's World," and "Groundhog Day."

Also leaving: Harrison Ford as Jack Ryan in "Clear and Present Danger," horror film "The Others," the Robert Rodriguez "aliens take over a high school" flick "The Faculty," and tearjerker "Ghost."

Here's the complete list of titles leaving Netflix in June 2016. As always, all titles and dates are subject to change.

Leaving June 1

"A Wrinkle in Time" (2003)

"About a Boy" (2002)

"Bounce" (2000)

"Bridget Jones's Diary" (2001)

"The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury" (2004)

"Clear and Present Danger" (1994)

"Click" (2006)

"Darkman" (1990)

"Disney Animation Collection: Vol. 5: Wind in the Willows

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Last Call! All the Movies Leaving Netflix in June

Hopefully you got a chance to watch the movies that left Netflix in May, because now there's a whole new crop leaving the streaming service. Great movies like The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants and Bridget Jones's Diary are disappearing, along with several TV seasons. Don't be the one who logs onto your account next month all ready to finally watch Wayne's World and find that it's gone! Take a look, and make sure you catch all the new movies hitting Netflix in June, as well. Expiring June 1 A Wrinkle in Time About a Boy Bounce Bridget Jones's Diary The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury Clear and Present Danger Click Darkman Disney Animation Collection: Vol. 5: Wind in the Willows Dude, Where's My Car? Duplex Elias: Rescue Team Adventures, season one The Faculty Far from Home: The Adventures of Yellow Dog Ghost Groundhog Day Hamlet Hercules In the Bedroom Jersey
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Was 2013 a Better Summer at the Movies Than 2003?

Was 2013 a Better Summer at the Movies Than 2003?
It's finally Labor Day Weekend, which means the summer movie going season is officially closed for business starting this Monday. As summer winds down, and we head into September, many movie fans have made one thing very clear. They think this summer has been a complete wash! But is this summer any different than last summer, or the summer before that? How about a decade removed? Did we have bombs as big as The Lone Ranger, R.I.P.D. and After Earth ten years ago? (Yeah, we did, and it was called Gigli.)

We've decided to take a look at how this summer stacks up to a bygone era. Was 2003 a better year for movies? Or did we actually have it pretty good here in 2013 with Iron Man 3, Man of Steel and Elysium (just to name a few of the better one that have played out over the
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Weekend Report: 'Kick-Ass' Gets Butt Kicked by 'Butler'

Weekend Report: 'Kick-Ass' Gets Butt Kicked by 'Butler'
Thanks to its strong appeal among neglected adult audiences, Lee Daniels' The Butler easily took first place at the box office this weekend. Meanwhile, Kick-Ass 2 opened well below its predecessor, while Jobs and Paranoia both bombed.The Top 12 earned $121.4 million, which is off five percent from the same weekend last year when The Expendables 2 ruled the box office.Playing at 2,933 locations, The Butler opened to $24.6 million. That's a bit lower than The Help ($26 million), which opened in August 2011 and also dealt with the African-American experience during the civil rights movement (The Help also burned off some demand with a Wednesday debut). The Butler was also a bit stronger than Eat Pray Love and Julie & Julia, both of which were August releases targeted at adult audiences.The Butler's success can first-and-foremost be attributed to strong scheduling. August has historically been a great time to release movies like this:
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Romcoms: end of the affair?

From Fred and Ginger to Jennifer and Ashton, romantic comedies used to be one of the safest bets in Hollywood. But it seems that rom is just not into com any more

Is it the end for the romcom? You can imagine the celebrity mag headlines: "Romcom's relationship on the rocks?" "Com: I'm just not that into Rom" "Rom: Com doesn't make me laugh any more."

After all, who says romance and comedy go together like a horse and carriage? It seems to be a chiselled Hollywood commandment that the two shall be forever conjoined in cinematic matrimony, but perhaps it's time they went their separate ways. Sure, they got off to a great start: in those early years it was all fun and games and sparkling repartee, but recently they haven't quite looked the happy couple; the spark just hasn't been there.

They've been stuck in the same repetitive formula: boy meets girl,
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Tech guru, married to film royalty – Ashton Kutcher's more than a pretty face

Charlie Sheen's replacement on Two and a Half Men plays dumb hunks and is married to Demi Moore. And he could soon be ridiculously rich

Life often imitates art, but perhaps never as strangely as in the current case of Ashton Kutcher, the puppyish actor best known for playing dumb but good-looking characters in Us sitcoms and Hollywood movies. Tomorrow night Kutcher, 33, who is married to A-list actress Demi Moore, will replace Charlie Sheen's old role on the hit TV show Two and a Half Men. Kutcher will play an internet billionaire – a role tailor-made for an actor who is, in fact, one of the savviest and best known investors in California's supercharged Silicon Valley.

Kutcher has carved out a reputation as a master of the highly complex and ultra-competitive start-up scene whose celebrity touch – and millions of dollars in potential investment funds – can turn a company from idea to reality,
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Abortions Bite Back in The Life Zone

Find yourself on the receiving end of an unwanted pregnancy? Thinking about having an abortion? How dare you assume that you can do with your body what you wish! Finally there's a madman ready to stifle that ludicrous conclusion! A right-to-lifer with methods so misguided that the recently departed Jack Kevorkian would call him extreme!

Below you'll find the first trailer for the pro-life horror film The Life Zone written and produced by Kenneth Del Vecchio and directed by Rod Weber.

The film follows what happens when a grumpy old man kidnaps pregnant women from abortion clinics and forces them to give birth. Just when you think you've heard it all, right?

Even more shocking? Check out the cast ...

The Life Zone features an all-star cast, including Robert Loggia (Academy Award and Emmy nominee; Scarface, Big, Independence Day), Lindsey Haun (Broken Bridges, Shrooms, "True Blood"), Angela Little (American Pie Bandcamp
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Ashton Kutcher Career Assessment | Twitter Star, Not Movie Star

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Subject: Ashton Kutcher, 31-year old American actor, producer, and Twitterer

Date of Assessment: January 21, 2011

Positive Buzzwords: Uh ... Apocalypse Man?

Negative Buzzwords: Obnoxious, entitled, talentless

The Case: Today's subject presents absolutely no challenge in terms of tearing him apart, for he's already done the job himself. Nevertheless, I capitulate to this dreadful week (which has included a very sick child and two funerals) and am inclined to just take the easy way out with a so-called actor who's not even worth this small scrap of cyberspace.

For some time, however, Ashton Kutcher was worthy of the small screen. With his trusty trucker hat in tow, he aimlessly drifted through eight seasons on "That 70s Show," sixty-nine episodes of "Punk'd" (as a Puck-like figure playing pranks on his celebrity friends), and a very short-lived E! series, "Pop Fiction" (essentially an even more obnoxious and self-serving version of "Punk'd" that targeted media and news outlets). In movies,
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Latino Review's Winter 2011 Movie Preview

2010 has gone by in a blur and another year at the movies has come and gone. So may films that seemed promising have turned out to be disappointments and the surprises audiences received were few and far between.But the past is the past, it's time to look onward as a fresh new year begins and hopes are raised for it to be an exciting time in the world of cinema. Kicking off the Winter season are a number of films described in detail and listed below:january 7Season Of The WITCHNicolas Cage stars alongside Ron Perlman as knights who return from the Crusades to find their homeland ruined by the Black Plague. Two church elders accuse a girl (Claire Foy) of being a witch and being responsible for the destruction. They command Behmen and Felson to transport her to a monastery so the monks there can lift her curse from the land.
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Tara Reid Possibly Calls Off Engagement

Tara Reid has sparked rumor that she has called off her engagement to businessman boyfriend Michael Axtmann. The break-up story swirled after a source told blogger Perez Hilton that the "Silent Partner" actress has changed her status on Facebook to "single".

Only a month before, the 34-year-old beauty shared her excitement over her upcoming wedding which will be held in summer. "It won't be small, but it won't be big. It'll be nice. It'll be just the right amount of people," she told Et. "I want to keep it close special friends and family."

During the interview, the Lisa Taylor of "My Boss's Daughter" also shared about the theme she has chosen for her wedding. "I want it to look like a wonderland," she said. "I want it to blow people away - and also to have a fun energy."

The engagement of Tara Reid and Michael Axtmann, who began
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Cher and Johnny Knoxville Drop Out

Cher and Johnny Knoxville have signed on to star in The Drop Out, a comedy being written and directed by Ricky Blitt. John Jacobs (Blades of Glory, My Boss's Daughter) is producing. Knoxville plays a 35-year-old career college student who is finally kicked out of his parents house. Desperate, he decides to get in good with the 62-year-old woman next door (Cher), so he can keep his food, couch and TV regimen intact. In the mix is the woman's ne'er-do-well son, who is looking for a father figure, even if it's a guy his own age. The filmmakers are actively casting the son role. Blitt, a former producer and writer for Family Guy, also wrote the 2005 comedy The Ringer, which starred Knoxville and was produced by Jacobs and the Farrelly Brothers. Cher’s last big screen role was in 2003 in the Farrelly Brothers comedy Stuck on You.
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