If you’re a serial cinephile with an unquenchable thirst for a movie premiere a day, Sky Cinema is definitely the place for you…
Find them in Sky Cinema on demand. Also available in HD
Though the sun may be shining down from a clear, cloudless sky, with this many films coming to Sky Cinema, it’s questionable if venturing outside is even worth it.
And with the selection on offer over the coming week, you can head east, west, or get lost altogether from the comfort of your sofa. So grab your compass and check out the cracking films that are coming your way…
Venture east with The LEGO Ninjago Movie
The LEGO Ninjago Movie. Available from 28 July in Sky Cinema on demand. Cert U. Also available in HD
If it’s an easterly, action-packed animated comedy you’re after, then the latest instalment in The LEGO Movie franchise might just tick all your boxes. Set in the mystical city of Ninjago, the story follows young Lloyd Garmadon (voiced by The Disaster Artist’s Dave Franco) as he takes on his father, the infamous dark ninja, Lord Garmadon (Justin Theroux, The Girl On The Train), who’s intent on destroying the aforementioned city of bricks.
Go west with Ingrid Goes West
Available from 29 July in Sky Cinema on demand. Cert 15. Also available in HD
Aubrey Plaza (Parks And Recreation) shines in this darkly comic tale, in which a down-and-out woman heads to Los Angeles to befriend the social media star she’s stalking online. Elizabeth Olsen (Avengers: Infinity War) and Straight Outta Compton’s O’Shea Jackson Jr also star, and their flawless comedic timing only adds to the already surreal, sinister and hilarious atmosphere. If you feel like social media and its proponents need taking down a peg or two, you’ll love co-writer/director Matt Spicer’s witty and no-holds-barred take on its far-reaching effects.
Get lost with The Mountain Between Us
Available from 27 July in Sky Cinema on demand. Cert 12. Also available in HD
Based on Charles Martin’s best-selling novel of the same name, Idris Elba and Kate Winslet star as two strangers who become stranded in the wilderness with nothing but each other to depend on. Filled with scenery as dangerous as it is breathtaking, it’s another emotional rollercoaster from Palestinian director Hany Abu-Assad that takes hold of you and doesn’t let go.
Watch on the go
If you subscribe to Sky Cinema on Virgin TV, you can watch on the go with the Sky Cinema app on your mobile, laptop or tablet anywhere in the UK with a WiFi or broadband connection. Just download from the Apple app store, Google Play or the Amazon appstore and log into the app to start watching.
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