The best movies leaving Hulu at the end of May

Hulu’s fantastic lineup of movies runs the gamut of genres — from action movies, dramas and comedies to romance flicks, docs, and more — offering something new for everyone each month. But this advantage does not come without catches. As great movies come out, many of them eventually leave the service, and you only have a limited amount of time left to watch them. The good news is that we are making it easy for you. Once you’ve got the time, check out this list of the best movies leaving Hulu at the end of May.

Trying to catch up on all the best movies before they become unavailable at the end of the month? Lucky for you, we’ve also rounded up the best movies except Netflix and the best movies except Amazon Prime.

28 weeks later

28 Weeks Later (2007)

28 weeks later Not quite as terrifying as its predecessor, 28 days later, but it’s still a pretty cool take on the zombie horror genre. It also seems unusually timely, as the United Kingdom emerges from a deadly pandemic only when the nation collectively lowers its guard. Jeremy Renner and Rose play Byron Doyle and Scarlett, two members of the US Army team sent to help handle the outbreak. When the rage virus comes back to life, the pair ends up protecting teenage siblings Andy (Mackintosh Muggleton) and Tammy (Imogen Poots). However, the tentative group is unaware that the main carrier of the rage virus is none other than Tammy and Andy’s father Don (Robert Carlyle).

rotten Tomatoes: 71%
Stars: Robert Carlyle, Rose Byrne, Jeremy Renner, Harold Perrineau, Katherine McCormack
Director: Juan Carlos Fresnadillo

Rating: r

Runtime: 99 minutes

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dances with Wolves

Dancing With Wolves (1990)

Kevin Costner in the film sharing the name is “Dance with Wolves.” It is the title that Lieutenant John J. Dunbar (Costner) is given to the Sioux tribe after witnessing her rapprochement with a wolf. In this post-Civil War story, John is tired of war and fighting. Although John and the Sioux initially had differences, he begins to appreciate their culture and friendship. John is also drawn to Stands with a Fist (Mary McDonnell), the tribe’s adopted daughter. But as John is welcomed among the Sioux, the presence of the US military threatens to destroy everything they hold dear.

rotten Tomatoes: 83%
Stars: Kevin Costner, Mary McDonnell, Graham Greene, Rodney A. Grant, Floyd Red Crow Westerman
Director: Kevin Costner

Rating: PG-13

Runtime: 181 minutes

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the descent

Dynasty (2006)

Rarely are horror movies like the descent In which there are a large number of female actors. That’s why the film’s otherworldly horror has tones of female friendship and betrayal. Shauna Macdonald stars as Sarah Carter, a young woman mourning the loss of her husband and daughter in an accident. Juno Kaplan (Natalie Mendoza), Samantha “Sam” Vernet (MyAnna Buring), Rebecca Vernet (Saskia Mulder), Elizabeth “Beth” O’Brien (Alex Reid), and Holly Mills (Nora-Jane Noone) set Sarah on a quest incorporated in. Cave together after a year. But the group soon becomes stuck with strange creatures that threaten their lives.

rotten Tomatoes: 85%
Stars: Shauna McDonald, Natalie Mendoza, Alex Reid, Saskia Mulder, Nora-Jane Nunn
Director: Neil Marshall

Rating: r

Runtime: 100 minutes

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Four Weddings and a Funeral

Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994)

no one can ever blame Four Weddings and a Funeral of false advertising. There are actually four weddings and one funeral in this movie. But it’s largely the story of Charles (Hugh Grant) and Carrie (Andie McDowell). They meet at a wedding and also attend each other’s weddings. They clearly have an incredible relationship, but time never seems to line up. Even the death of a close friend is not enough to make the couple realize that they are making a grave mistake by staying away from each other.

rotten Tomatoes: 96%
Stars: Hugh Grant, Andy McDowell, Kristin Scott Thomas, Simon Callow, James Fleet, John Hannah
Director: Mike Newell

Rating: r

Runtime: 117 minutes

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Lincoln Lawyer

Lincoln Lawyer (2011)

Lincoln Lawyer Widely regarded as the film that started Matthew McConaughey’s “McConnaissance”. In this film, he plays Mickey Haller, a lawyer who regularly works out of his Lincoln town car. In a rare moment of fate, Mickey is hired by Louis Ross Roulette (Ryan Phillips), a wealthy and privileged man. But when Mickey and his investigator, Frank Levine (William H. Massey), examine the evidence closely, they find a link to one of Mickey’s previous cases. Mickey also comes to the conclusion that he may represent a guilty man, and he is still obliged to defend him in court, regardless of what he thinks he knows.

rotten Tomatoes: 84%
Stars: Matthew McConaughey, Marisa Tomei, Ryan Phillippe, Josh Lucas, John Leguizamo
Director: Brad Furman

Rating: r

Runtime: 118 minutes

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Malcolm X

Malcolm X (1992)

Malcolm X was a civil rights icon, but his past as Malcolm Little is sometimes overlooked. Spike Lee’s masterpiece, Malcolm X, doesn’t shy away from Malcolm’s dark history and his time behind bars. But it is here that Malcolm Little finds religion and is reborn as Malcolm X. Thanks to Malcolm’s remarkable oratory skills, he becomes one of the most prominent members of Islam. Malcolm also makes a lot of enemies along the way, in and out of the country.

rotten Tomatoes: 88%
Stars: Denzel Washington, Angela Bassett, Albert Hall, Al Freeman Jr., Delroy Lindo, Spike Lee
Director: spike lee

Rating: PG-13

Runtime: 201 minutes

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some kind of Wonderful

Kuch Kind of Wonderful (1987)

John Hughes wrote the screenplay for it some kind of Wonderful, and it has all the hallmarks of his ’80s movies. Eric Stoltz plays Keith Nelson, a high school student who wants to be an artist more than anything. Keith’s best friend, Watts (Mary Stuart Masterson), is deeply in love with him… but he can’t see it easily. Instead, Keith becomes infatuated with Amanda Jones (Lee Thompson), the most popular girl in the school. While Amanda has feelings for Keith, she also wants to get back at her ex, Hardy Janes (Craig Schaefer). When Keith puts his future at stake for Amanda, heartbreak is bound to happen until these teens can determine what they really want from life.

rotten Tomatoes: 76%
Stars: Eric Stoltz, Mary Stuart Masterson, Craig Schaefer, Lee Thompson
Director: Howard Dutch

Rating: PG-13

Runtime: 95 minutes

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true confession

True Confession (1981)

true confession The story of two brothers: Monsignor Desmond Spelsey (Robert De Niro) and Detective Tom Spelsey (Robert Duvall). While the Spelsey brothers are emotionally close, their relationship is tested by a sensational murder. As Tom and his partner, Detective Frank Crotty (Kenneth MacMillan), follow up on clues, all signs point to Jack Amsterdam (Charles Derning), a corrupt businessman with ties to Desmond’s church. And if Tom pursues his case, his brother’s iconic career as a moonsigner could end abruptly.

rotten Tomatoes: 71%
Stars: Robert De Niro, Robert Duvall, Burgess Meredith, Charles Durning, Ed Flanders, Cyril Cusack
Director: Great Grosbeard

Rating: r

Runtime: 108 minutes

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waiting to Exhale

Waiting to Exhale (1995)

Forrest Whitaker made his directorial debut with waiting to Exhale, a film that tackles romance from a woman’s perspective. Whitney Houston and Angela Bassett headlined the film as Savannah Jackson and Bernadine Harris. On a regular basis, Savannah and Bernadine visit their friends Robin Stokes (Layla Rochon) and Gloria Matthews (Loretta Devine). The common thread running through their lives is the difficulty in finding happiness through love. But each woman has to solve her own issues in order to move forward and find acceptance in her life.

rotten Tomatoes: 60%
Stars: Whitney Houston, Angela Bassett, Loretta Devine, Layla Rochon;
Director: Forest Whitaker

Rating: r

Runtime: 124 minutes

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