Arriving July 1: “Jurassic Park” Before the Age of Chris Pratt, there was the Age of Reptiles – revisit the world of Triceratops and killer Velociraptors in the park that started it all next month on Netflix.
Arriving July 1: “The Princess Diaries” Anne Hathaway, who recently starred in heist film “Ocean’s 8,” made her cinematic breakthrough as the Princess of Genovia.
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Arriving July 5: “Blue Valentine” Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling play a young couple in a hopelessly tumultuous relationship and deliver achingly pure performances.
Arriving July 20: “Amazing Interiors” Put down the Architectural Digest and switch off the HGTV, Netflix's new original series will take viewers inside homes that subvert their ordinary exteriors.
Arriving July 27: “Orange is the New Black” Season 6 Though the Netflix dramedy's fifth season divided fans thanks to its unusual (and compressed) storyline, but the show's season 6 return is likely to get approved for parole by longtime watchers.
Arriving July 29: “Her” Prepare to shed a tear to Karen O’s “The Moon Song,” which was nominated for “Best Original Song” at the 2014 Oscars.
Leaving July 1: “Before Midnight” Movies set in Greece have a 100 percent chance of making you want to spend your airline miles on a one-way ticket to Mykonos. Even if they're as uncomfortably real as Director Richard Linklater’s third visit with Jesse and Céline, which proves a very human story that perfectly complements the dreamy setting. Save it for your most bittersweet Netflix binge session.
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Leaving July 1: “Lethal Weapon” The 1987 cop film that practically codified the buddy cop genre spawned three sequels and a television series that premiered in 2016. But Netflix seems to be getting too old for this sh--, because it's saying "go spit" to Netflix.