As summer comes to a close, and fall approaches right around the corner, one of the best things to help smooth the transition is a good block of movies to queue up on Netflix.
There are tons of great options on Netflix for movies to watch, but knowing which ones are good for certain scenarios can be tough.
For example, Rouge One: A Star Wars Story is a great film, but it doesn't have a "summer" vibe. It feels like more of a late fall or winter-watch film.
Then there are obvious summer blockbusters like Hellboy and Pirates of the Caribbean. Great films for when the summer heat is at its most blazing, but not ideal for when the leaves start turning.
In the interest of making the selection process easier for you, we've collected a short list of films that are perfect to stream this time of year.
Scroll Down for a List of the Best End of Summer Movies to Watch on Netflix
The Ridiculous 6
Starring: Adam Sandler, Terry Crews, Jorge Garcia, Taylor Lautner, Rob Schneider, and Luke Wilson.
The Ridiculous 6 is about White Knife (Sandler), an orphan who was raised by Native Americans but discovers that five infamous, and mostly inept, outlaws are actually all his half-brothers. He sets out to find them and together, they go on a journey to save their father. But, as you can imagine, things don't go quite as planned.
The first in a series of films by Sandler for Netflix, The Ridiculous 6 delivers exactly what fans have come to love and expect from the funnyman... outlandish humor and immature jokes at their finest.
Cue this up today to help cure those end of summer blues.
Starring: Tom McGowan, Aaron Schwartz, Shaun Weiss, Tom Hodges, Leah Lail, Paul Feig, Kenan Thompson, David Bowe, Max Goldblatt, Jeffrey Tambor, Jerry Stiller, Anne Meara, and Ben Stiller
Gerry Garner is absolutely not looking forward to his summer vacation this year, since his parents notified him that he will be spending it at a camp for overweight boys.
Luckily, a very sweet couple named the Bushkins run the camp and they make the pounds-shedding process fun and relaxed for all the campers. However, the Bushkins are forced to reveal that they've had to declare bankruptcy and sell the camp.
They announce that the new owner is Tony Perkis (played by Ben Stiller), an insane fitness fanatic who turns the whole camping experience into a living nightmare with absurd and excessive activities and expectations. The boys, however, refuse to take Perkis' crazy attitude and they formualte a plan to fight back.
Make sure you add Heavyweights to your watch-list on Netflix ASAP.
Jackass Number Two
Starring: Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Chris Pontius, Steve-O, Ryan Dunn, Dave England, Jason "Wee Man" Acuña, Preston Lacy, Ehren McGhehey, Jeff Tremaine, and Spike Jonze
Unassuming daredevils Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Steve-O, and the rest of their crew aim for the grossest and most outrageous stunts when they subject unsuspecting people to their epic pranks and practical jokes.
Bodily harm, crippling pain, and bodily fluids galore are in disgustingly bountiful supply as the guys try to up keep upping the ante in their continuous quest to shock and irritate.
In addition to Jackass Number Two, you can also currently stream Jackass 3.5, Jackass Presents Bad Grandpa, and the first Jackass movie as well.
The Parent Trap
Starring: Hayley Mills, Maureen O'Hara, Brian Keith, Joanna Barnes, Charlie Ruggles, Cathleen Nesbitt, and Una Merkel
Two identical twin sisters who were separated at birth because of their parents' divorce, become reunited many years later at summer camp. Once they realize who each other are, they conjure a scheme to get their mom and dad back together.
One of the girls has been living with their mother and the other girl has been living with their father. They decide to switch places after camp and set their plan into action. The first objective: scare off a gold-digger who is pursuing their father.
When it comes to great movies that will help smooth the end-of-summer transition, it doesn't get much better than this 1961 classic. Pull this up on Netflix the next chance you have.