Every month Netflix [VIDEO] announces which Movies will be aired. June is no exception. The list has already come out with hundreds of good movies to see. That makes it extremely difficult to narrow the list down to only a few top ones. It depends on the subscribers' personal taste to determine their own top five from among the hundreds. However, there are five that appear on most lists of good movies to watch this month.

1. 'Blue Jasmine'

"Blue Jasmine" is a 2013 film written and directed by Woody Allen.

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It has a very good storyline about a formerly rich Manhattan socialite, played by Cate Blanchett. She falls on hard times and has no other choice but to move across the country to San Francisco and live in an apartment with her working-class sister, played by Sally Hawkins.

It is worth watching to see how the two sisters with different lifestyles will make their living arrangement work. The 98-minute film grossed $33.4 million in the United States and $64.1 million globally.

2. 'He Named Me Malala'

This is a true story that the public has heard about in the news. The 2015 documentary highlights Pakistani female activist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai. The woman has been speaking out for education for girls since she was very young herself. The film also documents how she miraculously survived after being shot by a Taliban gunman. The 88-minute film grossed $1,978,146 in the United States and $2,012,790 globally.

3. 'The Staircase'

"The Staircase" is a 2004 French television miniseries coming to Netflix [VIDEO] on June 8. It documents the trial of author Michael Peterson who was accused of murdering his wife, Kathleen in 2001.

The husband and wife seemed to be an ideal couple until everything changed at the bottom of the staircase. The 45-minute film highlights what happened at Peterson's trial before he was convicted of his wife's murder.

4. 'Ali's Wedding'

Netflix is also releasing "Ali's Wedding" on June 8. It is a 2017 Australian romantic comedy feature film based on a true story. Ali is the son of a Muslim cleric from Iraq who leads a double life. He had to make a choice between following through with an arranged marriage or being with the woman he really loved. The 110-minute film is worth watching.

5. 'Kiss Me First'

"Kiss Me First" is a British horror thriller made for Netflix and Channel 4. The series began airing on Channel 4 on April 2, 2018, and will be available worldwide on Netflix on June 29. The story is about a lonely 17-year-old girl who is addicted to an online gaming site. The girl's life changes after she befriends a party girl who is also on the site. The six episodes are thrilling with some dark secrets.