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Netflix: 15 Best Movies And TV Shows Leaving In August

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9. 13 Assassins

This 2010 remake of the 1963 samurai movie is sure to please fans of the genre - packed with incredible fight scenes and action sequences. Set at the end of the Edo period, 13 Assassins lives up to its name, as a group of samurai band together to try and take down an evil warlord.

Leaving Netflix: August 5

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8. Welcome To Me

Kristen Wiig in Welcome To Me

Kristen Wiig stars in Welcome To Me, a dramedy about a woman with borderline personality disorder who wins the lottery. Obsessed with Oprah, she decides to use her winnings to go off her meds and buy her own talk show, where she can do and say whatever she wants, but quickly learns that this isn’t always a good thing, especially when it comes to what she says about friends and family.

Leaving Netflix: August 6

7. St Vincent

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St Vincent stars Bill Murray, Melissa McCarthy and Chris O’Dowd in a sweet comedy about an unlikely friendship between a twelve-year-old boy and his grumpy, heavy drinking neighbor. The two meet when Oliver moves in next door with his newly divorced mother, and start to spend time together after school - first as wildly inappropriate ‘babysitting’, but soon because it becomes clear that they could both use a friend.

Leaving Netflix: August 10

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6. For A Good Time, Call

For a Good Time Call

Another comedy about sex, For A Good Time Call revolves around two young women in New York City who make ends meet by setting up their own phone sex line - even though they have hated each other since college. A film about friendship and judgment as much as sex, this is a lighthearted comedy perfect for girls’ night.

Leaving Netflix: August 12

5. Being Flynn

Being Flynn Robert DeNiro

Robert DeNiro and Paul Dano heading Being Flynn, a drama (based on a true story) about the relationships between fathers and sons, that begins when a young man meets his estranged father while working in a homeless shelter. As the two start to rebuild a relationship, he struggles to balance this part of his life with his new relationship and the loss of his mother.

Leaving Netflix: August 16

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4. The 40-Year-Old Virgin

Steve Carell in The 40-Year-Old Virgin

Another sex comedy leaving Netflix this month is The 40 Year Old Virgin, starring Steve Carell, Paul Rudd and Seth Rogen. The film revolves around Andy, a man who has never lost his virginity, and his coworkers, who decide to take matters into their own hands when they discover this fact.

Leaving Netflix: August 16

3. Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World

Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World

The second Steve Carell film to leave Netflix this month is Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World, a rom-com about the ways that people react to the impending apocalypse. It’s certainly a bit of a different set up for the standard boy meets girl storyline, and Carell and co-star Keira Knightly are part of what makes this one so charming.

Leaving Netflix: August 16

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2. Sausage Party

The last of the comedies to wave goodbye to this month is Seth Rogen’s animated spoof Sausage Party, a tale about the journey of a sausage who wants to find out the truth of his existence. It’s R-rated for a reason, though, so don’t expect this to be one that you can watch with the whole family!

Leaving Netflix: August 23

1. The Road

The Road Viggo Mortensen

Viggo Mortensen stars in this post-apocalyptic drama about a man and his son struggling to survive in the wasteland that was once America. The Road is certainly not a lighthearted watch, but with incredible performances and action, it’s a great film for those who want something darker - and you’ve got till the end of the month to check it out.

Leaving Netflix: August 25

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