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What’s new to stream on Netflix in June 2021

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crossing streams There’s a series of columns that highlight all the resolutions that hit the big streaming services each month. This time we’re checking out new Netflix arrivals for June 2021, including the final season of an acclaimed comedy series, new originals with Liam Neeson and Kevin Hart, and more!

Keep reading to see what’s new on Netflix in June 2021!


Netflix Pick of the Month for June 2021

I tend to focus more on both these columns and the movies in my personal interests, but some series are well worth the investment of time. Kim’s facility is one of those series as it delivers a fun, warm and entertaining sitcom about a Korean family in Canada. The couple are immigrants, their two older children are first-generation Korean/Canadians, and the shop they run is the center of a wonderfully eclectic community of different races, identities, and characters. If that’s not enough to get you to watch, it’s often hilarious and features Simu Liu – soon to be on the big screen as the head of Marvel Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. fifth and final season of Kim’s facility Coming to Netflix from June 2, and while I’m sad to see them go, I’ll be happy to spend more time with them.


An ’80s double feature

streets of fire

Was the 80s the best decade of movies? Probably not, but it sure as hell was an opening for many of us. Walter Hills alleys of fire (1984) was far from a huge hit at the time—it was a box-office bomb—and I caught it on HBO only a few years later, but it’s a singular vision that could only have arisen in the 1980s and Hai continued to gain fans in subsequent years. Michael Pare, Rick Moranis, Diane Lane, Willem Defoe, Amy Madigan, and Bill Paxton star in a film that tales good, evil, and the power of a real banger, with action, romance, western themes, and music. of a song It’s unforgettable and oozing with equal parts style and attitude, and you have no excuse if it’s somehow taken off from you all these years.

In contrast, Rob Reiner’s Stand with me (1986) was a minor hit upon release, but since then it has also been growing in respect. The film is adapted from a novel by Stephen King called “The Body”. different seasons collection, and it remains a remarkable tale of friendship and nostalgia for simpler times. Wil Wheaton, River Phoenix, Corey Feldman, and Jerry O’Connell make up the core group while supporting players include Kiefer Sutherland, John Cusack, and Richard Dreyfuss. Kids may not be living the decade of your own childhood, but its themes, joys, and feelings are all the same.


new netflix movies for june 2021

the ice road

Netflix fans bird box (2018) and other similar apocalyptic thrillers wake up (Premier 9 June). Gina Rodriguez stars as a woman struggling to survive in a world where people can no longer sleep. They can’t sleep! You already know it ends with Rodriguez taking a nap, but getting there can be an engrossing adventure as people go crazy and go crazy for all kinds of struggles from lack of sleep. I’m not completely sold on this premise—it literally hinges on people shaking their heads—but it has potential.

Speaking of sleep deprivation, fatherhood (Premier June 18) Kevin Hart stars as a new father and widower forced to raise a daughter himself. expect a lot three men and a child (1987) Concerned laughs as Hart falters with parenting duties, but also makes room for tears as he struggles and remembers his dead wife and finds the beauty of being a father. It’s from Paul Weitz which means it could go either way but let’s hope it’s more about a boy (2002) compared to american dreams (2006).

Finally, and most importantly, Liam Neeson’s second action/thriller of the year is also coming out this month! the ice road (Premier June 25) Sees him as a big rig trucker known for handling dangerously icy terrain, and is called into action when a mine collapse kills people. He has to drive equipment across a frozen ice field with Laurence Fishburne, Amber Midthunder, and others, and you just know they’re not all going to make it. (Sorry Fishburne.) Add in trucks falling through the snow and the bad guys trying to sabotage the mission, and you have a recipe for fun.


Oldest New Arrivals on Netflix

FTA

Netflix is ​​often criticized for its lack of older titles—I’m talking pre-2000s here—so each month I like to highlight the oldest new arrivals. This may surprise some of you, but Jane Fonda once caught a real blow from Americans for her political activism. He is appreciated these days, but in the 60s and 70s he was widely disliked by idiots. FTA (1972) is a documentary about a touring comedy/entertainment show by Fonda and Donald Sutherland as they travel to please American soldiers and others at every stop. The music, comedy, commentary, and more make for a lively show, and it’s a fascinating look at how much some passionate people would risk their beliefs.


Complete Netflix List for June 2021

release date Title pay attention
6/1 Kidnapping (2011)
The Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog: Season 1
American Outlaws (2001)
Bad Teacher (2011)
The Best Man (1999)
The Big Lebowski (1998)
Black Holes | The Age Of All We Know
CoComelon: A Sunny Day to Play
Cradle 2 Tomb (2003)
Flipped (2010)
Fools Rush In (1997)
Happy Endings – Seasons 1-3
I’m Sam (2001)
Love Jones (1997)
Million Dollar Baby (2004)
Ninja Assassin (2009)
Seven Souls in the Skull Castle: Season Moon Jogen
Seven Souls in Skull Castle: Season Moon Kageno
Stand by Me (1986)
Starsky & Hutch (2004)
Roads of Fire (1984)
Super Monsters: Once Upon a Rhyme netflix family
Swordfish (2001)
The Wedding Guest (2018)
What Women Want (2000)
Wind (2018)
6/2 2 Hearts (2020)
Alone – Season 7
CARNIVAL netflix movie
Kim’s Feature: Season 5
6/3 Alan Saldana: Locked Up netflix comedy special
Manufacturer’s file: gold netflix series
dancing queens netflix movie
Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal the Movie: Part 1 / Part 2 netflix movie
Summers – Season 2 netflix series
6/4 Breaking Boundaries: The Science of Our Planet netflix documentaries
Feel Good – Season 2 netflix series
sweet tooth netflix series
Trippin’ with Kandasamy netflix movie
Extreme netflix movie
6/5 Kitty Love: A Tribute to Cats netflix documentaries
6/7 Vampire Academy (2014)
6/9 wake up netflix movie
Fresh, Fried and Crispy netflix series
LA’s Finest – Season 2
sad forest netflix movie
6/10 Camellia Sisters (2021)
A Haunted House 2 (2014)
locombian netflix series
6/11 Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) – Season 2 netflix series
Lupine: Part 2 netflix series
Skating Girl netflix movie
it shakes netflix anime
wish dragon netflix family
6/13 Devil Down (2021)
Picture a Scientist (2020)
6/14 Elite Short Stories netflix series
6/15 FTA (1972)
let’s Eat
Life of Crime (2013)
Power Rangers Dino Fury – Season 1
Rhyme Time Town – Season 2 netflix family
Sir! no sir! (2005)
Workin Moms – Season 5 netflix series
6/16 Lowriders (2016)
penguin town
silver skates netflix movie
6/17 Black Summer – Season 2 netflix series
The Gift – Season 3 netflix series
Hospital Playlist – Season 2 netflix series
boiler netflix series
Silver Linings Playbook (2012)
6/18 Elite – Season 4 netflix series
a family netflix movie
fatherhood netflix movie
Jagame Thandhiram netflix movie
rational life netflix series
The world’s most amazing vacation rentals netflix series
6/19 still netflix series
6/22 it’s the pope netflix documentaries
6/23 good on paper netflix movie
House of Flowers: The Movie netflix movie
murder by the coast netflix documentaries
Too Hot To Handle – Season 2 netflix series
6/24 godzilla singular point netflix anime
Nude Director – Season 2 – netflix series
Seventh Day (2021)
sisters on track netflix documentaries
6/25 A List – Season 2 netflix series
the ice road netflix movie
sex/life netflix series
6/26 wonder Boy netflix documentaries
6/28 Killing Them Softly (2012)
Seven Deadly Sins: Judgment of the Dragon: netflix anime
6/29 Starbeam – Season 4 netflix family
6/30 America: The Motion Picture netflix movie
Lying and Stealing (2019)
Sophie: A Murder in West Cork netflix documentaries

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