It’s summertime, which means it’s time for relaxing and doing what you want. And after a long day of fun in the sun, you’re going to want to chill out and watch some Netflix.

That’s why we’ve put together this list of summer film classics. Every movie on this list is available on Netflix, so make it your guide to streaming this summer. From comedies to thrillers, we have you covered! Let's get started.

Adventureland

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captures the essence of young love, teenage blues, summer jobs, and American youth – all in a way that isn’t cheesy or condescending. Leave it to Judd Apatow to feed our nostalgia and keep things real at the same time.

Almost Famous

Almost Famous

Cameron Crowe’s semi-autobiographical film about a young Rolling Stone correspondent is a summer classic. Almost Famous follows William Miller, a 15-year-old aspiring journalist, as he follows the fictional band Stillwater on tour. From sunny San Diego to the Orange Bowl in Miami, the summer locations are everywhere in this film.

Dirty Dancing

Dirty Dancing

Featuring Patrick Swayze at his hunky peak, Dirty Dancing is a summer love movie for the ages. The film is set in an upstate New York resort, where the wealthy Frances “Baby” Houseman meets – and falls for – the charming resort dance instructor Johnny Castle. Featuring a mix of romantic flair and gritty realism, Dirty Dancing is one of Hollywood’s all-time greatest summer romances.

The Endless Summer

The Endless SummerThe Endless Summer

is the ultimate surfing movie. The documentary follows California surfers around the world, leaving the chilly winter waters of North America for Southern Hemisphere spots where the weather is still balmy. By heading south, the surfers skip winter and enjoy an endless summer. Unless you’re planning a similar trip, your summer will have to end – but this movie will help it feel just a little bit longer.

Stand By Me

Stand by Me

Based on a novella by Stephen King, Stand By Me is one of Hollywood’s greatest coming-of-age stories. It follows the adventures of four boys as they hike along a rail line in search of the body of a missing boy. Featuring strong performances from River Phoenix and Will Wheaton, among others, it’s a can’t-miss summer classic.

Tommy Boy

Tommy Boy

After graduating from college (it only took him seven years) the son of a rich industrialist has to make a cross-country sales trip to prove that his late father’s company is still viable. Starring Chris Farley and David Spade, this summer road trip movie is a comedy classic.

Top Gun

Top Gun

“Sun’s out, guns out,” as they say. We like to assume they’re talking about Top Gun, because it’s the ideal summer movie. Cool sunglasses, beach volleyball, F-16 Tomcats – this movie has it all. We’ll have to wait and see if the recently announced sequel is any good, but we already know that the original 80s masterpiece has stood the test of time.

Wet Hot American Summer

Wet Hot American Summer

Movies don’t get much more summery than this. Just look at that title! This 2001 cult classic riffs on the ridiculous summer camp sex comedies of the 80s. The hilarious ensemble cast includes Janeane Garofalo, Molly Shannon, Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler, Judah Friedlander, and others. Bonus: watching Wet Hot American Summer will get you pumped for the 8-episode prequel miniseries that’s coming to Netflix on July 31st.

What’s Eating Gilbert Grape

What's Eating Gilbert Grape

This odd but endearing movie features all the rhythms of summer, including memorable scenes featuring a long line of RVs headed to a midwestern recreation area. Leonardo DiCaprio’s powerful performance as a developmentally challenged young boy earned him an Academy Award nomination (and he should have won, if you ask us).

Y Tu Mam¡ Tambi©n

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s realism and frank depictions of sex and drug use made it somewhat controversial in the United States, but the 2001 Mexican film rises above all of that and creates a moving portrait of two teenage boys, an older woman, and the country of Mexico itself. Directed by Alfonso Cuar³n, who has since made Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban and Gravity, Y Tu Mam¡ Tambi©n deserves a spot on your summer playlist.