Don't Miss These Blockbusters from Hulu Departing in August 2023

Don't Miss These Blockbusters from Hulu Departing in August 2023

Updated on August 01, 2023 13:41 PM by Andrew Koschiev

Are you struggling to pick the perfect movie for your next gathering or solo viewing session? Hulu offers a vast array of films that are readily accessible. However, just like seasons change and give way to new and fresh beginnings, Hulu is also taking steps to create room for new movies.

This has led to the removal of various blockbusters over time, and this August is no different. Are you feeling nostalgic and want to rewatch old movies which captured your heart, or perhaps you're just looking for a movie to enjoy, Here are five movies you should consider watching before we say goodbye to them on Hulu this August.

1. Dune (2021)

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Leaving on: August 9

Cast: Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, 

Synopsis: Dune follows the story of Paul Atreides, who has the destiny of his people resting on his shoulders as he fights against strong forces hell-bent on stopping him. The story sheds light on a life of responsibility, friendship, and family. So if you're looking for a movie that is intriguing and inspiring at the same time, then Dune is a perfect fit.

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2. Shape of water (2017)

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Leaving on: August 31

Cast: Sally Hawkins, Michael Shannon, Richard Jenkins, Doug Jones, Octavia Spencer

Synopsis: Shape of Water is a heartwarming movie that will bring tears to your eyes for its beautiful portrayal of friendship that crosses human boundaries. It tells the story of Elisa who is a mute cleaner in a government lab facility in Baltimore 1962. There she stumbles upon the lab's closely guarded secret: a mystifying, scaly creature native to South America that inhabits a water tank. As Elisa forms a special connection with her newfound companion, she becomes aware that its future and survival hang precariously on a balance threatened by the whims of a belligerent government operative and a marine biologist.

3. How It Ends (2021)

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Leaving:  August 19

Cast: Zoe Lister-Jones, Cailee Spaeny, Whitney Cummings, Tawny Newsome, Finn Wolfhard, and Nick Kroll

Synopsis: Imagine waking up to the realization that the world is going to end tomorrow. The thought alone sends shivers down your spine. You might wonder what you could do to save the world, but let's face it, that's not a feasible solution. Instead, you might decide to spend the last twenty-four hours with your loved ones, doing things you've always wanted to do, and living life to the fullest. No regrets, right? That's exactly what the 2021 film "How It Ends" explores, albeit in a simple yet poignant manner. The movie follows a woman named Zoe Lister-Jones, who receives an invitation to one final wild party before the world meets its impending doom. With the clock ticking away, Zoe embarks on a journey to find a way to attend the party, all while reflecting on the relationships that truly matter in her life.

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4. Zoolander (2001)

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Leaving on: August 11

Cast: Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Will Ferrell, Christine Taylor, Milla Jovovich

Synopsis: Derek Zoolander, is a vacuous and strikingly handsome male supermodel, who has reached the peak of his profession but is now facing a decline in popularity. His position as the industry's top male model is further compromised by the rise of Hansel McDonald, a laid-back and carefree model who is gaining traction. To add insult to injury, Derek's diminishing fame prompts the devious fashion magnate Jacobin Mugatu to concoct a sinister plan to manipulate him into assassinating the Prime Minister of Malaysia. Unbeknownst to Derek, he becomes embroiled in Mugatu's scheme, which catches the attention of journalist Matilda Jeffries, who senses something amiss in the male model's behavior. Joining forces, they unravel the nefarious plot and endeavor to thwart Mugatu's malevolent plans. Offering both comedy, thriller, and a touch of romance, you don't want to miss the chance of watching this movie.

5. Jurassic Park (1993)

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Leaving on: August 31

Cast: Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, Richard Attenborough, Joseph Mazzello

Synopsis: Jurassic Park's groundbreaking depiction of dinosaurs has left a lasting impact on popular culture, revolutionizing the way dinosaurs were envisioned making it a must-watch movie even in 2023. The movie follows the story of a trio of experts - paleontologists Alan Grant (Sam Neill) and Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern), along with mathematician Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) - who are selected to partake in an exclusive excursion to an island theme park teeming with dinosaurs crafted from ancient DNA but things take a turn for the worse as the excursion turns into a life-threatening escapade.

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