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by Shipra Gupta
May 30, 2014 5:55 PM
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Here are the New Titles on Netflix This June

Summer is the best time for nostalgia screenings with friends. This June, Netflix will be adding a number of iconic films to their streaming catalogue that are perfect for watching on a warm evening -- so start planning now! "Apocalypse Now," "Annie Hall," "Carrie," "Wayne's World," "Ever After: A Cinderella Story" and "Harriet the Spy," are just a few of the additions Netflix is making beginning on June 1st.

Sure, the latter three titles may not share the illustrious reputation of the former three. But when it comes to nostalgia, let's face it, standards are overrated.

Television

  • Comedy Bang Bang! (IFC, Season Two, June 20)
  • Copper (BBC America, Season Two, June 22)
  • Derek (Netflix Original, Season Two)
  • The Glades (A&E, Season Four, June 3)
  • Heartland (The CW, Season Five, June 17)
  • Luther (BBC, Season Three, June 6)
  • Orange is the New Black (Netflix Original, Season Two, June 6)
  • Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family, Season Four, June 13)
  • Toddlers & Tiaras (TLC, Season Seven, June 14)
  • Turbo FAST (Netflix Original, Season 1.5, June 27)
  • Wilfred (FX, Season Three, June 17)

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Film

  • The Adventures of Milo and Otis
  • Apocalypse Now
  • Annie Hall
  • The Art of the Steal (June 7)
  • At the Earth's Core
  • Barbershop
  • The Believer
  • Better Than Chocolate
  • Bingo
  • Blood and Chocolate
  • Bonnie & Clyde - 2013 version (June 10)
  • Carrie
  • The Chorus
  • Clear and Present Danger
  • Cold Mountain
  • The Craft
  • Dance With Me
  • Devil's Knot
  • Duplex
  • Elaine Strich: Shoot Me
  • El Dorado
  • Ever After: A Cinderella Story
  • Escape From Tomorrow
  • First Knight
  • Funny Lady
  • Gambit (June 24)
  • Girl Most Likely (June 6)
  • Harriet the Spy
  • I.Q.
  • I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
  • Iron Monkey
  • Jane Eyre - 2011 version (June 16)
  • Julia

4 Comments

  • Alex | June 2, 2014 9:53 AMReply

    There's a reason I switched. I don't see a single movie that I would watch in this list. Netflix is going downhill fast.

  • Mizoguchi | June 1, 2014 9:58 AMReply

    Why is Indiewire making excuses for Netflix's pathetic selection of classic films? I'm astounding to discover that "Harriet the Spy" is "iconic," or even "nostalgic" for that matter. "Netflix has got you covered"? Please tell me you're kidding!

  • D'Shawn | May 30, 2014 6:38 PMReply

    Hola.org
    NETFLIX WORLDWIDE!!!!! It will forever change your idea about Netflix TOTALLY.

  • Matt | May 30, 2014 6:30 PMReply

    Very useful post. I know a lot of people complain about Netflix not having enough new content but personally I could do without another superhero or Transformers flick. I never have a hard time finding something to watch, they have a great selection of documentaries and indie films and I love their collection of older films, both classic and campy, some of which you can't get in HD elsewhere.

    Thanks for the list!