I must apologise for missing this post for June!
But here are the films that are leaving Sky Movies during the month of July!
Friday 1 July
Hatari! – Greats
Saturday 2 July
Jersey Boys – Showcase
The High And The Mighty – Greats
Sunday 3 July
The Fault In Our Stars: Extended Version – Drama & Romance
This is a very exciting change from Sky Movies and I absolutely love the way they have decided to go. From 8th July Sky Movies is going to be replaced by Sky Cinema, which means instead of waiting for new film Premiere’s on a Friday, we are going to have a new film Premiere every day!
Two sisters trying to find love face a much harder task when they are left poor after the death of their father, due to inheritance rules and those being his second family. Everything must be left to his eldest son.
Catch them while you can! These are the films that are leaving Sky Movies this month!
Tuesday 3 May
Elizabethtown – Drama & Romance
Wednesday 4 May
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly – Select
This films will be leaving Sky Movies this month! So catch them while you can, they may be On Demand a little bit longer!
Friday 1 April
That Darn Cat (1997) – Disney
Sunday 3 April
Winnie The Pooh (2011) – Disney
Wednesday 6 April
Tarzan (1999) – Disney
Plastic – Showcase
Thursday 7 April
The Trials Of Cate McCall – Showcase
Sunday 10 April
Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides – Action & Adventure
The Hottie And The Nottie – Comedy
Tuesday 12 April
The Last King Of Scotland – Select
Dennis The Menace Strikes Again – Family
Thursday 14 April
300: Rise Of An Empire – Showcase
Friday 15 April
Alien Abduction – Sci-Fi & Horror
Now TV have some special Easter offers going on over the bank holiday weekend, it certainly is such a great way to buy only the TV you actually want to watch. Why pay for every single channel when you only watch a certain few?
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The best thing about each of the different passes are for a monthly fee (after a lovely 14 day free trial). You can mix and match by adding the others to the pass and really changing the way you will watch TV as you can watch them across all different platforms and on the go via 3/4G connections.
I use Sky Movies a lot to catch up with films that I missed on the cinema release but also as an introduction to some other films that did not manage to get a cinema release. With the On Demand options as well they really do have a massive amount of films available to watch both old and new.
I thought I would start blogging more about which films are coming soon to Sky Movies for the UK based followers of Let’s Go To The Movies, making it easier for you to find a place with the latest Sky Movies news!
Inside Out – Review – From Friday 25th March
A truly fantastic film from Pixar and really will tug at your heartstrings. If you did not see this one at the cinema then you really do have to make the effort to watch it on Sky Movies when it is available! What better to watch over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend?
San Andreas – Review – Available Now
By no means the best film in the world but a great addition to the disaster film genre with The Rock as engaging as ever really pulling out all of the stops in this one!
A family struggling to cope with the tragic accidental death of the oldest son, as they must live on whilst not communicating with one another very well.
Keep checking back for my live thoughts on the host, presenters and winners of each award! I am confident of staying awake this year!!!