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Sense and Sensibility (1995) Review

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. We see plenty of heartwarming as...
by Lets Go To The Movies on May 31, 2016

Leaving Sky Movies in May!

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 Thursday 5 May Heaven Is For Real &#...
by Lets Go To The Movies on May 2, 2016

Sky Movies – Leaving in April!

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...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Mar 31, 2016

Now TV

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? Check out the home page...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Mar 24, 2016

Sky Movies in March/April

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...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Mar 13, 2016

Sky Movies – Leaving in March!

Here are the films which are leaving Sky Movies for the rest of March! Catch them for one last time (maybe a week or two longer On Demand). Sunday 13 March ​​​The Condemned – Action & Adventure ​Die Hard  – Action & Adven...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Mar 13, 2016

Chinatown (1974) Review

J.J. is a private detective who thinks that a simple case of adultery is like something he has seen before, little does he know that he will become tangled in a web of lies, deceit, corruption and oh yeah murder! Now where to start with this film, ye...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Jul 27, 2015

Scent of a Woman (1992) Review

Charlie Simms is in prep school and doesn’t massively fit in with the rich kids. He must get a job to help pay for it and ends up looking after blind Lieutenant Colonel Frank Slade. It isn’t as easy and straightforward as he may think . .
by Lets Go To The Movies on Jul 20, 2015

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966) Review

A drunken evening Martha and George destroy each other in front of a young couple who have just moved to the town Nick and Honey. All taking place from 2am following a party . . . I think the best way to start this review is to say that every single...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Mar 6, 2015

Best Picture Project

After the current awards season I have decided to start a new project on Let’s Go To The Movies . . . Best Picture Project Not just to watch and review the winners of the Best Picture Oscar since it began but to watch and review all of the nomi...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Feb 23, 2015

Netflix UK isn’t that bad!

Reports late last night and this morning were about Netflix stopping users from accessing other countries libraries. In all honestly I had never even thought about doing this so was quite surprised to see so many people complaining and kicking off ab...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Jan 5, 2015

Top 10 – Films I Caught Up With in 2014

I always like to put together a top 10 list of films I have managed to catch up with and watch during 2014 that I had never seen before. Below you will see that I really was slacking with some of these films! Especially the Before Trilogy which I tot...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Jan 3, 2015

Top 10 – Missed Films of 2014

I always feel like this is the important list of 2014 films to do first, as then everyone knows that I missed some films. A number of reasons for this, that they were unfortunately only on at the cinema for a week and it come and went too quickly to...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Jan 1, 2015

Top 10 – Worst Films of 2014

Putting together a list of worst films of a year is often the easiest and most fun to do. I am not even going to lie, it is the easiest list to sort out. The really bad films still leave a bad taste in your mouth months later just seeing the title. I...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Jan 1, 2015

Top 10 – Best Films of 2014

I have had to change the rules a little bit to put together this post, when I started the blog I made the mistake of waiting until about March time to put out my best films of the year list. Due to UK release dates being a little later than the US. B...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Jan 1, 2015

Gabrielle Union having it all between her own series, new film, producing, marriage and family

My, how time flies. It seems only yesterday Omaha's own Gabrielle Monique Union first caught our attention on the big screen with her scene-stealing turn as the diva rival to Kirsten Dunst in the wickedly funny high school cheerleader comedy Bring It...
by Leo Adam Biga's Blog on Dec 9, 2014

Upgrade to Sky Movies online and get one month free!

Already with Sky and keen to try out Sky Movies? Not sure what you get with a Sky Movies upgrade? Sky have got a great offer for you to tempt you to upgrade online to Sky Movies from your current Sky TV package. Just upgrade to Sky Movies online and...
by Satellite & Digital TV on Mar 5, 2014

resident evil retribution

Just watched the resident evil retribution, let me just start of by saying why on earth is this movie have retribution in its title. because there sure as hell, dosent contain any the whole movie is based on the main cha...
by Films and comics all the way on Jun 4, 2013

Get Sky+ and Sky+HD with 6 months half price movies – hurry offer ends soon

Don’t miss out on this great Sky Movies offer – just sign up to Sky+ or Sky+HD online and get half price Sky Movies for 6 months, that’s only £8/month for six months! The usual price is £16 a month but you can get it for only £8...
by Satellite & Digital TV on Dec 19, 2012

A sky-full of Bond on Sky Movies in October

The world is not enough so 007 is also taking over a whole special Bond channel in October to show every one of the spy's films in celebration of the 26 October UK release of Skyfall, the latest Daniel Craig assignment. That's every Bond f...
by CrimeTimePreview on Sep 5, 2012


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