Temperature-wise, June is known to be a pretty hot month. Netflix-wise, it looks like things are going to get pretty heated as well, as we've gotten our big look at what the streaming platform is bringing online throughout the month of June. While we've noticed some notable titles leaving their library during the next month's cycle, there's still some incoming material that more than makes up for the void that'll be left behind after the reapings of both May and June have finished. If you want to see the notable additions of last month, you can jump out now and do so at your pleasure. For now though, here's the best and brightest films heading to Netflix in June.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Talk about heated. Star Wars: The Last Jedi is probably the most divisive Star Wars film ever, and now it'll be available on Netflix's streaming library for all to re-examine, or enjoy for the first time. Writer/director Rian Johnson's singular style shines throughout this episodic entry into the canon, as he does some new and uncharted stuff with the series. Needless to say, your mileage may vary, so it's probably best to invite some friends over and watch this one in a group that can discuss things, calmly, after the fact.

Thor: Ragnarok

Cue Led Zepplin's "The Immigrant Song," because Thor: Ragnarok is also here to make your summer bright again. Taika Waititi's threequel to the Thor series is another one of those movies that drips in personal style, leading to some divided opinion. No matter where you land on the spectrum, you've got to admit that this severely funny follow-up to the self serious films that preceded it has a lot of panache and spectacle for all to enjoy. Plus, Korg. Who doesn't love Korg?

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