Netflix in July: 50 titles added, 80 others deleted

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Netflix is adding 50 new titles in July but deleting 80 others.

Here’ are the new titles you can look for this month:

July 1:

“12 Angry Men” (1957)

“Bad Santa” (2003)

“Basic Instinct” (1992)

“Boyz N the Hood” (1991)

“City of God” (2002)

“Dead Man Walking” (1995)

“Fever Pitch” (1997)

“Funny Face” (1957)

“Gandhi” (1982)

“Honey, I Shrunk the Kids” (1989)

“Legends of the Fall” (1994)

“Patton” (1970)

“Philadelphia” (1993)

“Primal Fear” (1996)

“Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country” (1991)

“The Karate Kid” (1984)

“The Karate Kid II” (1986)

“The Karate Kid III” (1989)

“The Manchurian Candidate” (2004)

“The Parent Trap” (1998)

“Under the Tuscan Sun” (2003)

“Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo” (2004)

July 4:

“Knights of Sidonia: Season 1” (2014)

July 6:

“Renoir” (2012)

July 9:

“Homefront” (2013)

“Out of the Furnace” (2013)

July 11:

“Hemlock Grove: Season 2” (2014)

“The Battered Bastards of Baseball” (2014)

July 12:

“Sleeping Beauty” (2014)

July 14:

“Hitch” (2005)

“The Master” (2012)

“The Last Days” (2013)

July 17:

“Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures: Season 1”

July 18:

“Baby Daddy: Season 3”

“Melissa & Joey: Season 3”

July 19:

“Hell on Wheels: Season 3”

July 24:

“Lost Girl: Season 4”

July 26:

“Christmas with the Kranks” (2004)

“Continuum: Season 3”

If one of your favorites is on this list, you may want to invest in a DVD.

These are the movies that will no longer be available to customers:

1) 10 Questions For The Dalai Lama
2) A Borrowed Life
3) A View To A Kill
4) AeonFlux
5) After Fall, Winter
6) Angel Heart
7) As Good as it Gets
8) Bad Company
9) Bang The Drum Slowly
10) Beavis And Butt-head Do America
11) Call Northside 777
12) Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter
13) Chinatown
14) Close Encounters of the Third Kind
15) Comic Book Villains
16) Cotton Comes To Harlem
17) Death Wish 3
18) Death Wish 4
19) Desert Fox
20) Dr. Strangelove
21) Dragonslayer
22) Event Horizon
23) Evil Dead II
24) Fist Of The North Star
25) For Your Eyes Only
26) Freedom Writers
27) From Russia With love
28) Future By Design
29) Gattaca
30) Girl, Interrupted
31) Goldfinger
32) Hotel Rwanda
33) Howard Stern’s Private Parts
34) Killing Zoe
35) Lars and the Real Girl
36) Last Holiday
37) Less Than Zero
38) Live And Let Die
39) Look Who’s Talking
40) Look Who’s Talking Now
41) Look Who’s Talking Too
42) Monkeybone
43) Naked Ambition
44) Never Say Never Again
45) Nick Of Time
46) No Way Home
47) Only The Strong
48) Palo Alto
49) Party Monster
50) Point Blank
52) Poolhall Junkies
53) Resident Evil
54) Robinson Crusoe On Mars
55) Rocky
56) Rocky II
57) Rocky III
58) Rocky IV
59) Rocky V
60) Roger Dodger
61) Rubber
62) Some Time, Next Year
63) Spaceballs
64) Spanglish
65) Spirit Of The Marathon
66) Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
67) Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
68) Stuart Saves His Family
69) Taxi Driver
70) Tentacles
71) The African Queen
72) The Dust Factory
73) The Little Prince
74) The Living Daylights
75) The Night Of The Living Dead
76) The Odd Couple
77) The Rat Race
78) The Running Man
79) The Terminator
80) Tokyo Godfathers

The CNN Wire contributed to this report.

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  • J.T.

    I’ve heard that Netflix removes movies when the agreement with the company who owns the rights to the film expires, and they were unable to reach a new agreement. The company owns the rights to the film and may ask Netflix for more money (maybe more than Netflix is willing to pay for it – remember, Netflix is a business and has to be sure it’s making a profit, too). Or the company may want to periodically remove the film from streaming so that viewers may choose to buy the DVD or pay for a one-time viewing on Amazon or another website. I’m not an expert, but I remember reading this somewhere a while ago.