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"Inglourious Basterds," "Ex Machina" and "Twister" are just a few of the big names headed elsewhere.

Everything leaving Netflix in July 2020

Even though things have somewhat reopened, you should still be staying home as much as possible. Here's some news to help encourage that: Netflix will suffer through a pretty significant mass exodus of movies next month, so you might want to get to watching them while you can.

Indeed, according to the newly released lineup of departures from the Big Red Streaming Monolith, July will see quite the culling. Most notably for a movie nerd like me, a large number of the service's selections from A24 – the indie studio behind award-winning, critically acclaimed, genre-hopping options like "Ex Machina," "Under the Skin," "The Spectacular Now," "Room" and more – are leaving in July. (Some, like "Moonlight" and "Green Room," appear to be safe for now, but considering where things are trending, I'd watch those sooner than later if you haven't already.)

Little else is safe either. Modern blockbusters like "Solo," "The Incredibles 2" and "Ant-Man and the Wasp" will all leave for Disney+. Beloved nostalgic hits like "Back to the Future," "Twister," "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" and "E.T." will all make like a cow in a tornado or a boy on an alien-controlled bike and fly away. (Fun fact about all four of those movies: They were all added to Netflix within just the last two months; brutally short shelf-lives over at the Monolith, and they're not going to get longer.)

Oscar winners "Inglourious Bastards," "Her" and "The Iron Lady" will take their trophies to other streaming services. And have you watched the coming-of-age comedy "The Edge of Seventeen" yet? Do that while you can.

And that's just a handful of the movies leaving Netflix in July. Here are the rest:

July 4

"Blue Valentine"

July 5

"The Fosters" seasons 1-5

"The Iron Lady"

July 8

"Solo: A Star Wars Story"

July 9

"47 Meters Down"

July 11

"A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III"

"The Adderall Diariess"

"Enemy"

"Ginger & Rosa"

"Locke"

"The Spectacular Now"

"Under the Skin"

July 12

"Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain"

July 15

"Forks Over Knives"

July 18

"A Most Violent Year"

"Laggies"

"Life After Beth"

"Obvious Child"

"Room"

"Tusk"

July 21

"Bolt"

"Inglourious Basterds"

July 25

"Dark Places"

"Ex Machina"

"Mississippi Grind"

July 26

"Country Strong"

July 28

"Ant-Man and the Wasp"

"Her"

July 29

"The Incredibles 2"

July 31

"Back to the Future"

"Back to the Future II"

"Back to the Future III"

"Can't Hardly Wait"

"Casper"

"Charlie and the Chocolate Factory"

"Chernobyl Diaries"

"E.T. The Extra Terrestrial"

"The Edge of Seventeen"

"Freedom Writers"

"Godzilla"

"Guess Who"

"Hancock"

"Hitch"

"The Interview"

"Jarhead"

"Jarhead 2: Field of Fire"

"Jarhead 3: The Siege"

"Open Season"

"The Pianist"

"The Pursuit of Happyness"

"QB1: Beyond the Lights" season 1

"Resident Evil: Extinction"

"Romeo Must Die"

"Salt"

"Scary Movie 2"

"Searching for Sugar Man"

"Sex and the City 2"

"Stuart Little"

"Twister"

"Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory"

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