Netflix: what movies to watch in June 2021? – Cinema News

AlloCiné tells you which movies are coming to Netflix in June. Mark your calendars!


June 9: Awake

After Kodachrome, Mark Raso delivers his second feature film for Netflix in a radically different register. In Awake, a scary sci-fi thriller, Gina Rodriguez plays Jill, an ex-soldier who will do anything to survive as the world is crippled by a gigantic global Black Out.

All electrical equipment is out of order and Humanity is deprived of sleep except for Jill’s daughter, who may be the key to the cure scientists are looking for.

June 18: An Outstanding Dad

American Pie co-director Paul Weitz returns with a touching comedy-drama based on a true story. In Un Papa outstanding, Kevin Hart juggles humor and emotion by playing Matthew Logelin, a father in the making.

After the death of his wife, Matt moves to India with his very young daughter Madeline. The budding dad will have to understand his new condition of a single-parent family. Both will experience living in a country with a culture very different from theirs.


June 11: The Dragon-Genius

Co-produced by Jackie Chan, Le Dragon-Génie is one of Sony Animation International’s ambitious projects to revisit through the animation of countries and cultures through authentic productions.

This Chinese-American feature film tells of the crazy friendship between Din and a dragon capable of granting wishes. This meeting, which reveals the magic of possibilities, falls well since Din wishes to reconnect with his best childhood friend.

June 30: America – The Movie

Directed by Matt Thompson (producer of the serial jewel Archer), America – the film is a satire of the American Revolution in which George Washington arms himself with a chainsaw to eliminate the British with his friend and beer fan Sam Adams.

This animated feature film for adults is by Dave Callaham, screenwriter on Back to Zombieland and the sequel to Spider-Man: New Generation. The vocal cast includes Channing Tatum, Olivia Munn, Jason Mantzoukas, Simon Pegg and Judy Greer, among others.



June 2: Carnival

June 3: Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal – The Movie Parts 1 and 2

June 3: Dance with the Queens

June 4: Sweet & Sour

June 4: Xtreme

June 4: We don’t stop the Kandasamys anymore

June 11: Skater Girl

June 18: A Family

June 23: Good on Paper

June 23: La Casa de Las Flores – the movie

June 30: Prime Time

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