Here are the best movies hitting Netflix in June.
Check out "Mean Girls," "Dunkirk," "The Breakfast Club," and the original "Dune."
There's also Netflix originals like "Extraction 2" and "Arnold," a three-part docuseries on Arnold Schwarzenegger.
"The Breakfast Club" (June 1)
Return to high school in the 1980s where the hair was wild, the music was filled with angst, and the Brat Pack ruled the movies.
Writer-director John Hughes uses his unique mix of comedy and drama to tap into what teens were all about back then as we follow a group of students as they serve detention on a Saturday.
"Dune" (June 1)
Before going to see the conclusion of Denis Villeneuve's epic adaptation of the classic Frank Herbert novel, you have to check out the original big-screen version.
Director David Lynch takes some major liberties from the book to create a bizarro version of this beloved sci-fi tale.
"Funny People" (June 1)
Judd Apatow wrote and directed this underrated comedy.
Adam Sandler plays an egotistical comic who thinks he's dying and tries to fix some of the wrongs in his life with the help of an aspiring comic (Seth Rogen) who he takes under his wing.
"Groundhog Day" (June 1)
This beloved comedy stars Bill Murray as a rude weather man who find himself repeating the same day over and over again. Hilarity ensues.
"How High" (June 1)
One of the best stoner movies ever made (yes, you read that right), Method Man and Redman are hilarious as two guys who get into Harvard thanks to smoking a special cannabis that contains the ashes of their best friend, making him come back as a ghost who helps them ace all their tests.
"The Italian Job" (June 1)
This remake of the 1969 Michael Caine movie stars Mark Wahlberg, Charlize Theron, Edward Norton, and Jason Statham as a group of thieves who team up to steal gold from a former colleague who double-crossed them.
If you're looking for a movie with a lot of car chases and stunts (that's not called "Fast and Furious"), this is it.
"Jarhead" (June 1)
If you liked Jake Gyllenhaal in the recent Guy Ritchie movie "The Covenant," then definitely check out this 2005 movie in which Gyllenhaal plays a Marine serving in the Persian Gulf War.
"Magic Mike" (June 1)
Check out the movie that launched the unlikely franchise of male strippers trying to find themselves.
Here, Channing Tatum leads an all-star cast made up of Matthew McConaughey, Joe Manganiello, and Matt Bomer as they bring some adult entertainment to the ladies of Florida.
"Mean Girls" (June 1)
If "The Breakfast Club" is a little too, um, vintage for you, here's a high-school movie that's a little more modern.
This beloved classic follows Lindsay Lohan as a new girl at school who infiltrates the cool girls' clique.
"Spider-Man" (June 1)
Check out all three movies from the Tobey Maguire era of the "Spider-Man" franchise.
"Stuart Little" (June 1)
The beloved character from the children's novel is brought to CGI life in this great movie in which Stuart (voiced by Michael J. Fox) finds a family.
The sequel is also available on the streamer.
"Terminator 2: Judgement Day" (June 1)
One of the rare sequels that's better than the original, James Cameron and Arnold Schwarzenegger returned to the franchise that made them both famous and created a movie that stretched the limits of CGI at the time.
The sequel also boasts a great story that the franchise has never been able to top.
"Arnold" (June 7)
When you're done watching "T2," check out this three-part docuseries on Schwarzenegger that looks at his life and career.
From dominating the body-building scene to his unlikely career changes to acting and politics (with a few controversies along the way), this delivers an honest take on the superstar.
"Dunkirk" (June 12)
Christopher Nolan examines the historic evacuation of World War II at Dunkirk from the land, sea, and air in this remarkable war movie that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
"Extraction 2" (June 16)
Following the popular first movie, Chris Hemsworth returns for more action, butt-kicking, and smoldering looks.
"Muscles & Mayhem: An Unauthorized Story of American Gladiators" (June 28)
Here we get an inside look at the rise and fall of one of the most popular TV shows of the 1990s.
Read the original article on Insider