When Netflix brings in new content, it has to get rid of some of its older content as well. Sometimes those titles head to other streaming services like Disney Plus when their contracts with Netflix expire, and other times they’re lost in the ether until another streaming platform picks them up (or, you know, you could buy them on DVD if you still have one of those things sitting around somewhere). Here is a list of everything leaving Netflix this week, along with information on where you can stream it elsewhere if you happen to come across this article after the titles’ expiration date, courtesy of Decider.
Leaving July 21st, 2020
Bolt – This animated movie about a celebrity dog that thinks he has special powers is still available to stream on Disney Plus.
Inglourious Basterds – Quentin Tarantino’s epic that takes place in the first year of Germany’s occupation of France is available to rent or buy on Amazon Prime Video.
Leaving July 25th
Dark Places – This film starring Charlize Theron addresses childhood trauma and its role in adulthood and is available to rent or buy on Amazon Prime Video after it leaves Netflix on July 25th.
Ex Machina – This film starring Alicia Vikander confirms all of our fears that, one day, robots will pass the Turing test and become violent. The film is available to rent or buy on Amazon Prime Video after it leaves Netflix on July 25th.
Mississippi Grind – This film is about a man that takes his friend to New Orleans to participate in a high stakes poker game after he becomes convinced that the friend is a good luck charm. It’s available to rent or buy on Amazon Prime Video after it leaves Netflix on July 25th.
Leaving July 26th
Country Strong – Gwenyth Paltrow stars as a country star that meets a new love interest while in rehab. The two plan a comeback tour together to revive their careers after their time in rehab. The film is available to rent or buy on Amazon Prime Video after it leaves Netflix on July 26th.