What’s Leaving Showtime: July 2016

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Each month, several films and TV shows leave Showtime’s catalogue. We provide a list of titles leaving the platform so you can watch them all before they're gone forever (or just available on a different site). For more comprehensive coverage of the best titles available on Showtime and elsewhere, check out Vulture’s What to Stream Now hub, which is updated throughout the month.

Let’s take it to the limit one more time: Miami Vice (2006)

Colin Farrell and Jamie Foxx star in Michael Mann’s adaptation of the classic 1980s TV series, which is just as schlocky and wonderful as the decision to pair Jay Z with Linkin Park in the trailer suggests. Leaving July 27.

Surprise genius: Good Will Hunting (1997)

Matt Damon is an all-too-charming genius in the movie that is always cycling on and off various streaming services. Catch it on Showtime before it leaves, or don’t and rest assured it’ll be available somewhere else soon. Also, Minnie Driver in this movie? Underrated, and always fun to revisit. Leaving July 31.

Surprise murder: The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999)

Matt Damon is an all-too-charming — wait for it — serial killer in the movie that is always cycling on and off various streaming services. Catch it on Showtime before it leaves, or don’t and rest assured it’ll be available somewhere else soon. Also, Gwyneth Paltrow in this movie? Underrated, and always fun to revisit. Leaving July 31.

MOVIES
The Power of the Few (2013)(July 9)
State of Emergency (2011)(July 14)
Mo' Better Blues (1990)(July 25)
Miami Vice (2006)(July 27)

Leaving July 31
Enemies Closer (2013)
One Man’s Justice (1996)
Spark: A Burning Man Story (2013)
Religulous
(2008)
Tape
(2001)
Cougars, Inc.
(2011)
Donovan’s Echo
(2011)
Skipped Parts
(2001)
The Joneses
(2009)
The Other End of the Line
(2009)
INXS: Never Tear Us Apart – Part 1
INXS: Never Tear Us Apart – Part 2
Angela’s Ashes
(1999)
The Hand that Rocks the Cradle
(1992)
The Talented Mr. Ripley
(1999)
Scream 3
(2000)
Good Will Hunting
(1997)

For more details on the best film and television available online, consult Vulture’s What to Stream Now hub.