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As always, Netflix, is bringing some new movies to the table in June. That means, they will be getting rid of some movies to make room for the new arrivals. Check out these Netflix last chance movies, that are leaving in June and take time to watch the movies before they’re gone!

What’s going away:
Ever After, Steel Magnolias, Rain Man, Practical Magic, Silence of the Lambs, G.I. Jane, Collateral Damage, Ink Master, Taxi Driver, Jack Reacher, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Drugs, Inc.

Don’t worry, though, they will make sure to have something in each of those genres to keep you entertained. Shakespeare in Love, Tomb Raider, Fried Green Tomatoes,  The Graduate, Along Came a Spider, Last Stand, While You Were Sleeping, and 3 Days to Kill just to name a few.

Netflix has definitely got you covered no matter what your favorite genre is. One of my favorite genres is comdey, so I am really excited about the new Netflix series “Grace and Frankie”

Gracie and Frankie on Netflix

Families. We’ve all got one, but these days they’re starting to look less like The Cleavers and gone are the days of the white picket fence. The once traditional “nuclear” family has evolved into a kaleidoscope of possibilities—start with parents (maybe two dads, a single mom, or a stay at home dad…), add a dash of half/step/full/adopted siblings, a side of grandparents, a pinch of aunts, uncles, cousins, a splash of pets, topped off with close friends (and all the combinations thereof). Now you’ve got a modern family — each uniquely quirky — yet picture perfect in its own way.

Grace and Frankie, Netflix’s new funny and fearless original comedy featuring Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston, is a perfect example of how today’s families can shift, rearrange and blend in unexpected ways. When Grace and Frankie’s husbands leave them after 20 years of marriage—to be with each other—the women find themselves facing a change that they never expected, but they shift their perspective to get through it together with the support of their new blended family and, of course, a sense of humor.

We haven’t had a chance to watch Grace and Frankie yet, but just the trailer had me cracking up. Please note, this is rated TV-MA so this one is for after the kids are in bed. Check out the trailer:

I’ll be sure to let you know my thoughts on the show, once I’ve had the chance to watch a few episodes. Until then, make sure to catch these Netflix last chance movies and shows before their gone and gear up for what’s coming to Netflix!

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Toni is a professional lifestyle blogger living on the sunny Florida Gulf Coast. She has a passion for Disney, Travel, Fashion, Cooking, Tech, Family Fun Ideas, Reviews, Giveaways and loves being able to share that with her readers!

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    We are somewhat new to Netflix. Dropped cable and went exclusively to Netflix a month ago. I’m going to have to watch G.I.Jane before they remove it.

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