Apollo 13 (leaving 6/1)
"Houston, we have a problem." Ron Howard’s historical space epic dramatizing NASA’s mission to return Apollo 13 to Earth after the spaceship suffers internal damage is a certified classic. With performances from Tom Hanks, Kevin Bacon, and others bringing to life the famous astronauts who made this moment during the space race one to remember, you’ll not only get a sense of how seemingly ill-fated incidence was, but how inspirational their dedicated efforts on the ground to bring home their team safety were, too.
District 9 (leaving 6/4)
Based on South Africa's policy of apartheid, District 9 imagines a future in which aliens are discovered on Earth and the South African government responds by placing them in an internment camp. But after years of confinement and neglect, the foreign population rises up to reclaim their autonomy to attempt to return to their home planet. It’s a dystopian extraterrestrial film that’s more about xenophobia than it is about a war between worlds. Hailing from sci-fi filmmaker Neill Blomkamp and producer Peter Jackson, it's also a low-budget film that surprisingly ended up garnering four Oscar nominations, including Best Picture.
Legally Blonde (leaving 6/1)
This sweet, effervescent rom-com about a Malibu sorority girl transplanted to Harvard Law School was the role that made Reese Witherspoon a star. Her Elle Woods could have been a ditzy caricature, but instead, Witherspoon exudes intellect and charm, whether she's bending-and-snapping at the salon or solving a murder trial with her knowledge of perm maintenance. It's also the rare rom-com that's actually funny; laugh-out-loud performances and ridiculously quotable lines ("You got into Harvard Law?" "What? Like it's hard?") turn Legally Blonde into an endlessly rewatchable cult classic.