What’s New on Netflix: June 19th, 2019

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Unlocked is now on Netflix

Welcome back to your daily recap of what’s new on Netflix and today, we’re taking a look at every that came to Netflix today and what’s left Netflix today too. 

There are 14 brand new titles added to Netflix today but if you’re looking for even more suggestions, go and check out our most popular list for this week.

Let’s run through some highlights of the new releases on Netflix today:

Unlocked (2017)

Genre: Action, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Director: Michael Apted
Cast: Noomi Rapace, Orlando Bloom, Toni Collette, John Malkovich
Runtime: 98 min

This action-heavy movie features Noomi Rapace who has appeared in two Netflix Originals now including Close and What Happened to Monday.

It’s about a CIA interrogator who is found to be part of a plot that will see London suffer a devastating biological attack.

Much like most of her other movies, this movie split audiences down the middle scoring a 46 on Metacritic and 6.2 on IMDb.

Beats (2019) Netflix Original

Genre: Drama, Music
Director: Chris Robinson
Cast: Paul Walter Hauser, Anthony Anderson, Uzo Aduba, Emayatzy Corinealdi
Runtime: 110 mins

This movie featuring Anthony Anderson as the main draw is about a musician facing an uphill battle in his career and is made even harder after the loss of his sister.

Need to know more about this title? We’ve got more in our Beats Netflix movie preview.

Big Kill (2018)

Genre: Action, Western
Director: Scott Martin
Cast: Jason Patric, Lou Diamond Phillips, Christoph Sanders, Scott Martin
Runtime: 126 min

Need a new Western to sink your teeth into? Then this could be up your alley. Featuring a big cast and a director who has worked on the likes of Don’t Kill It, On Wings of Eagles and Battle Force, this movie is set back in the Wild West following a band of gamblers on the run.

The movie scored just over 40 on Metacritic with critics praising the cinematography but saying that overall, it suffers from a lacking engaging plotlines and not adding anything new to the genre which has seen a resurgence in recent years.

Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers (2018)

Genre: Documentary
Director: Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell
Cast: Bob Lazar, George Knapp, Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell, Mickey Rourke
Runtime: 97 min

This documentary takes a look behind the whistleblower of Area 51 and the supposed conspiracy theories that now surrounds the elusive military base.

It manages to track down the physicist who blew the lid open who has gone into hiding in recent years.

Running for Grace (2018)

Genre: Adventure, Family, Romance
Director: David L. Cunningham
Cast: Jim Caviezel, Matt Dillon, Ryan Potter, Juliet Mills
Runtime: 110 min

Written and directed by David L. Cunningham, this movie takes you back to the 1920s in Hawaii. We follow a coming-of-age journey of a young man looking to break all the rules by looking to date forbidden love.

The movie only saw a limited release last year so the chances are, this is your first opportunity to watch so if you love your romance movies, this is for you.

Full List of What’s New on Netflix (June 19th)

13 New Movies Added Today

  • Antariksha Ke Rakhwale (2018)
  • Beats (2019) Netflix Original
  • Big Kill (2018)
  • Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers (2018)
  • Dragonkala Ka Rahasya (2018)
  • Memory Games (2018)
  • Running for Grace (2018)
  • Samudri Lootere (2018)
  • Super Bheem Bana Vajraveer (2018)
  • The Edge of Democracy (2019) Netflix Original
  • The Wrong Babysitter (2017)
  • Unlocked (2017)
  • VS. (2018)

1 New Stand-up Specials Today

  • Adam Devine: Best Time of Our Lives (2019) Netflix Original

What Left Netflix (June 19th)

The biggest removal day is the 2008 Death Race starring Jason Statham but fans of South Korean dramas will note quite a few removals from Netflix today also.

  • Bad Guys (Season 1)
  • Death Race (2008)
  • In Need of Romance (Season 1)
  • In Need of Romance 2012 (Season 1)
  • In Need of Romance 3 (Season 1)
  • Let’s Eat (Season 1)
  • Let’s Eat 2 (Season 1)
  • Mi-saenng, Incomplete Life (Season 1)
  • Reply 1994 (Season 1)
  • Reply 1997 (Season 1)
What’s New on Netflix: June 19th, 2019

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Covering Netflix since 2013, Kasey has been tracking the comings and goings of the Netflix library for close to a decade. Resides in the United Kingdom.