Finding Dory (leaving 8/1)
Sometimes the best supporting characters are second bananas for a reason: they exist to prop up the hero on his or her journey. Luckily, the forgetful bluefish Dory is the rare sidekick who can swim on her own. While it hits many of the same emotional and story beats of the original -- this time Dory is the one looking for her parents, leaving Marlin (Albert Brooks) to track her down to a fish rehabilitation center in California -- this clever sequel delivers enough memory-loss gags, light parental trauma, and show-stopping, Fast and Furious-style set pieces to keep adults entertained and kids enthralled. Sure, it lacks the poignant, manipulative power of the Toy Story sequels, but there's still a surprising amount of depth to this DeGeneres deep dive.
The 40-Year-Old Virgin (leaving 8/16)
Not every part of Judd Apatow's debut feature has aged well, but the central performance from Steve Carell, who also co-wrote the script with Apatow, remains one of the funniest star-making turns of all time. As Andy Stitzer, an action-figure collecting employee at an electronics store who has never had sex, he exudes befuddlement, awkwardness, and kindness in every interaction. Between all the gross-out gags, it's the film's startling sweetness that makes it a classic.
Sausage Party (leaving 8/23)
Seth Rogen and his longtime collaborator Evan Goldberg spent 10 years trying to get Sausage Party made, which explains why the raunchy jokes and innumerable food puns feel like they were written by two stoned 20-year-olds. That's all you need to know -- if the idea of a talking hot dog making sweet, sweet love to his bun girlfriend makes you giggle, you need to see Sausage Party before it's gone.