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9 New Movies to Stream on Netflix This June

From Brad Pitt battling zombies to one of the original summer weepies, here’s what to watch on Netflix this June.

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Carrie (1976)

Because even though high school totally sucked, at least you made it out alive. Streaming this #tbt will make you feel #blessed. (Netflix, June 1)

Romeo and Juliet (2013)

Single for the summer? Leave it to the Bard to remind you just how all-consuming (and deadly) a serious relationship can be. After watching this drama, you'll be re-committed to no commitment in no time. (Netflix June 3)

Jane Eyre (2011)

Everyone knows Mr. Rochester is one of the hottest fictional characters of all time. Plus, Mia Wasikowska delivers as the demure Jane, and the drab, wet landscape of the film will leave you even more appreciative of the summer sunshine. (Netflix, June 16)

My Girl (1991) Summer showers = the torrent of tears you will shed while watching this movie. My Girl was precisely engineered to trigger all of the stages of human grief—so you'll either have an incredibly cathartic experience, or you'll learn that you're a psychopath. (Netflix, June 30)

World War Z (2013)

The most fantastical element of this apocalyptic flick isn't the zombies—it's the fact that the heartthrob action hero, played by Brad Pitt, is a United Nations employee. (Netflix, June 13)

Tarzan (1999)

Relive your child with the timeless Tarzan and his feisty friend Jane. (Netflix, June 23)

Barbershop (2002)

Nothing feels better on a hot summer day than Ice Cube. The rapper doesn't disappoint in this feel good comedy, which chronicles a day in the life of a South Side Chicago barbershop. (Netflix, June 1)

The Stepford Wives (2004)

This so-bad-it's-good Stepford Wives remake is well worth a revisit. It's hard to say what's more terrifying—the soulless army of Stepford wives or the dead-eyed Nicole Kidman. (Netflix, June 1)

Girl Most Likely (2012)

Get your daily Kristen Wiig fix from this underappreciated indie comedy. (Netflix, June 6)