Netflix's Best New Movies Of June 2024, Ranked By Rotten Tomatoes Critics And Audiences

With the new movies and shows debuting on Netflix in June, audiences have a large supply of content to choose from. Here are the ten best-reviewed movies on Netflix in June, according to Rotten Tomatoes critics and audiences.

  1. Godzilla Minus One (2023) - This movie tops the list with a 98% critic rating and a 98% audience rating, according to Rotten Tomatoes. With its release on Netflix on June 1, it has joined the streamer's library. As a surprise addition, it debuted alongside the platform's usual offerings. It won the Best Visual Effects Oscar at the 2024 Academy Awards.
  2. Hitman (2024) - This Netflix original movie, which stars Glen Powell, debuted at the Venice Film Festival in September 2023, before playing at the Toronto Film Festival a week later. Its limited theatrical engagement occurred in May 2024. It holds a 97% critic rating and a 94% audience rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and audiences will be able to see it on the streaming platform from June 7.
  3. The LEGO Movie (2014)- This animated movie earned a 96% critics' rating and an 87% audience rating. It premiered on Netflix on June 1st. It is a computer-animated, live-action hybrid film that feels like a stop-motion animated movie.
  4. Tangerine (2015) - The Florida Project director, Sean Baker, created this comedy-drama film. It features a transgender sex worker played by Kitana Kiki Rodriguez, who processes her boyfriend's cheating as she tries to come to terms with her identity. It earned a 96% critic rating from Rotten Tomatoes. It debuted on Netflix on June 1st.
  5. Carol (2015) - This intense 1950s-era drama follows the story of a young photographer (Rooney Mara) and an older woman (Cate Blanchett) on the cusp of a divorce. It was nominated for six Oscars, including Best Actress for Cate Blanchett and Best Supporting Actress for Rooney Mara. It received a 94% critic rating from Rotten Tomatoes and a 75% audience rating. Netflix will begin streaming it on June 17.
  6. Simón (2023) - This Spanish-language film, initially distributed in Spain, follows the trek of Simón, a Venezuelan freedom fighter who must decide whether to stay in Florida or return home to fight against a brutal regime. It earned a 91% critic rating and a 94% audience rating. It debuted on Netflix on June 1.
  7. Crazy Rich Asians (2018) - This romantic comedy follows Rachel (Constance) as she discovers her boyfriend Nick's (Henry Golding) family is extremely wealthy when she travels with him to Singapore for his best friend's wedding. It earned a 91% critic rating on Rotten Tomatoes, while users gave it a 76% audience rating. It will begin streaming on Netflix on June 6.
  8. La La Land (2016) - This Oscar-winning love story/movie musical set in the City of Angels follows the story of two people who explore the ups and downs of a relationship. It won six Oscars, including Best Actress for Emma Stone and Best Director for Damien Chazelle. It received a 91% critic rating and an 81% audience rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Netflix released it on June 1.
  9. 1917 (2019) - This war drama follows the harrowing trek of two British soldiers, played by George MacKay and Dean-Charles Chapman, who must traverse through enemy territory to warn 1,600 troops of an upcoming ambush. It was nominated for ten Oscars in 2020 and won three. Rotten Tomatoes critics gave it an 88% critic rating, while more than 25,000 verified users gave it an 88% audience rating. Netflix released it on June 1.
  10. The Breakfast Club (1985) - Written and directed by John Hughes, this film shows how the lives of five teens serving detention on a Saturday transform while serving high school detention. It earned an 89% critic rating on Rotten Tomatoes and a 92% audience rating from more than 250,000 users. It debuted on Netflix on June 1.

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