Sky Cinema: What’s New in September 2021?
From Oscar-nominated Minari to female-led action flick Gunpowder Milkshake, let’s take a look at all the movies Sky Cinema will offer in the UK this month.
The big news on Sky Cinema in August was the arrival of Wonder Woman 1984, animated family film Extinct and Eric Bana-starring crime mystery The Dry (based on the Australian novel by the rather excellent Kate Harper). September welcomes a new premiere every day, including the Oscar-nominated Minari starring Steven Yeun, the Karen Gillan and Lena Headey-starring action flick Gunpowder Milkshake and Charlize Theron and Margot Robbie in FOX News Me Too scandal drama Bombshell.
Read on in our handy guide to what’s coming up on Sky Cinema this month.
Russian Raid – 1st September
A former operative battles a war criminal’s henchmen to seize a highly guarded factory for his shady boss. Russian action with subtitles.
Alone – 2nd September
A kidnapped woman escapes into the wilderness, forced to battle the elements as her pursuer closes in on her. Thriller.
Long Story Short – 3rd September
Teddy wakes up the morning after his wedding to discover that every few minutes he’s jumping forward to the next year of his life. Rafe Spall stars.
Let Him Go – 4th September
In 1960s Montana, a retired sheriff and his wife leave their ranch to try and rescue their grandson. Neo-western with Kevin Costner and Diane Lane.
The Outside Story – 5th September
American comedy-drama written and directed by Casimir Nozkowski, starring Brian Tyree Henry, Sunita Mani and Sonequa Martin-Green
Materna – 6th September
A closely observed psychological portrait of four women, whose lives are bound together by an incident on the New York City subway.
Me, Myself and Di – 7th September
When a perennial singleton wins the ‘trip of a lifetime’ to a caravan park, her best friend offers some dubious advice to help her find love. Rom-com.
Beast Beast – 8th September
Against the backdrop of a southern US town, the lives of three people intersect in unexpected ways. Coming-of-age drama.
No Man’s Land – 9th September
After a vigilante border patrol turns fatal, a man flees on horseback to Mexico to seek forgiveness. Frank Grillo stars.
Bombshell – 10th September
Based on true events, the stories of three women and their sexual harassment allegations that bought down former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes.
Pixie – 11th September
When a drug heist goes wrong, a group of criminals go on the run from gangsters out for revenge. Irish crime caper.
Minari – 12th September
A Korean family moves to a tiny farm in search of their own American Dream. Oscar-winning drama with subtitles. starring Youn-Yun-jung and Steven Yeun.
Hero Mode – 13th September
A teenage coding genius has just 30 days to create the world’s greatest video game or his family loses everything. No pressure. Sci-fi comedy.
End of Sentence – 14th September
After being released from prison, a young man reluctantly embarks on a journey with his estranged father to spread his mother’s ashes in Ireland.
Rose: A Love Story – 15th September
A husband lives with his ill wife in solitude in the remote woodlands – until a mysterious stranger comes to visit. Horror.
23 Walks – 16th September
Romantic drama following a couple in their sixties who build a relationship over the course of 23 dog walks.
Gunpowder Milkshake – 17th September
Three generations of women fight back against those who could take everything from them.
The Owners – 18th September
A young group of thieves think they have the perfect score – an empty country house. But then the owners return. Horror with Maisie Williams and Sylvester McCoy.
SamSam – 19th September
SamSam appears to have it all: his own flying saucer and great family and friends. But the one thing he has yet to attain are actual superpowers. Animation.
Dr Bird’s Advice for Sad Poets – 20th September
Based on Evan Roskos’ novel, a struggling teenager looks for advice from an imaginary pigeon therapist to overcome his anxiety and depression.
High Ground – 21st September
A young Aboriginal man teams up with an ex-soldier to track the most dangerous warrior in the Territory. Australian drama.
Triumph – 22nd September
A high school senior strives to be a wrestler one last time despite having cerebral palsy. Drama based on real events with Terrence Howard.
Edge of the World – 23rd September
The story of Sir James Brooke, whose crusade to end piracy inspired Lord Jim and The Man Who Would Be King. Drama with Jonathan Rhys Meyers.
Superintelligence – 24th September
Selected for observation by a superintelligence, former executive Carol (Melissa McCarthy) finds the world’s fate in her hands.
Into the Labyrinth – 25th September
When a kidnap victim turns up out of the blue 15 years on, a profiler and private investigator try to unravel the mystery. Italian with subtitles.
Little Vampire – 26th September
A friendship forms between a never-aging 10-year-old vampire and an orphan schoolboy, but a moon headed monster throws obstacles in their paths. Animation.
Reboot Camp – 27th September
Mockumentary following two brothers who put together an experimental and fake self-help group, but find its popularity suddenly explodes.
Cowboys – 28th September
A troubled but well-intentioned father runs off with his trans son into the Montana wilderness. Drama with Steve Zahn.
Senior Moment – 29th September
After losing his driving license, a retired NASA pilot begins a life-changing journey to recover it. Drama with William Shatner and Christopher Lloyd.
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