A preview of the latest movies and TV Box Sets available on Sky Store this February.
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There's a hot selection of hits to take you through the cold winter this February on Sky Store.
Ryan Gosling stars in the Neil Armstrong biopic First Man, Rami Malek plays legendary late frontman Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody, while the critically-acclaimed adaptation of Angie Thomas' novel The Hate U Give also reaches the small screen. Horror gets a new lease of life in Halloween, while there are more family friendly scares in Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween. Plus the world's least effective spy returns in Johnny English Strikes Again.
Bohemian Rhapsody (15)
Foot-stomping Queen biopic charting the successes and struggles of the beloved British rock band. Mr Robot's Rami Malek plays legendary late frontman Freddie Mercury.
Available to Pre-Order This Month
Stan & Ollie (PG)
Jon S Baird's charming and deeply moving love letter to the legendary double act focuses not on their Hollywood heyday, but instead the twilight of their careers and an ill-fated British theatre tour with stops in the likes of Hull and Carlisle. Routine and reality blend into one as the ageing and ailing pair - brilliantly played by Steve Coogan and John C Reilly - chase a movie deal that looks less and less likely by the day. The houses are half-empty and slippery promoter Bernard Delfont (a gloriously smarmy Rufus Jones) is more interested in pushing Norman Wisdom, but with the introduction of a delightfully choreographed double-door routine and the arrival of wives Ida and Lucille (Nina Arianda and Shirley Henderson displaying show-stealing back-and-forth chemistry), both ticket sales and morale get a much-needed boost.
The Upside (12)
When unemployed ex-con Dell (Kevin Hart) agrees to work as a carer to appease his social worker, little does he know that it will be a life-changer, His charge is mega-rich Manhattan author and investor Phillip (Bryan Cranston), who's been paralysed from the neck down by a hang-gliding accident. Opposites attract and the pair find they have much to learn from one another. English-language remake of the 2011 French hit comedy The Intouchables.
The Front Runner (15)
Hugh Jackman plays Colorado Senator Gary Hart (Hugh Jackman), the 1980s Democratic presidential hopeful after years of Republicanism under Ronald Reagan. However, Hart loathes the showbizzy side of running for office and - when the story breaks that he had an affair - the media goes into destructive overdrive. Engaging docudrama from director Jason Reitman.
Mary Queen Of Scots (2018) (15)
The reappearance of Mary (Saoirse Ronan) back in Scotland from France as an 18-year-old widow raises profound concerns. Her Catholicism is divisive as is her refusal to be patronised by men supposed to serve her. Her arrival also sends alarm bells ringing in England where her cousin Elizabeth (Margot Robbie) is without an heir...a position Mary regards as perfect fit for herself.
Beautiful Boy (15)
Powerful drama starring Timothee Chalamet (Call Me by Your Name) as a meth-addicted teenager and Steve Carell as the father desperate to help him get clean.
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