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Breaking The Bank

Available from Monday 31 July 

Bumbling British bank chairman Sir Charles Bunbury (Kelsey Grammer) is charged with fending off the hostile approaches of ruthless US and Japanese investment banks circling Tuftons, a struggling 200-year-old, family-run institution. However, the business is £3m in the red, a situation made worse when jack-the-lad adviser Nick (Mathew Horne) convinces Sir Charles to invest millions (and his wife's pension plan) in a gas company which is promptly hit by an earthquake. A wheeler-dealing comedy caper with a sterling cast.


Adult Beginners

Available from Tuesday 1 Augus

When his latest venture crashes and burns, self-centred Manhattan entrepreneur Jake (Nick Kroll) decides to visit his older sister Justine (Rose Byrne) who lives in the suburbs with her husband Danny (Bobby Cannavale) and their three-year-old son Teddy. Initially unthrilled to see him, she gradually cuts him a break... especially when she realises she can save 300 bucks-a-week in childminding fees. And after a while, Jake finds himself strangely suited to this uncle-nanny business. A wittily observed tale of families, resentments and responsibilities.


After Love

Available from Wednesday 2 Augus

After 15 years, the marriage between well-to-do Marie (The Artist's Bérénice Bejo) and working class Boris (Cédric Kahn) has run its course. However, despite agreeing to divorce, Boris can't afford to move out. Until he can, they agree to live under the same roof whilst maintaining an upbeat atmosphere for the sake of their twin daughters. But possessiveness and resentment make the situation more impossible by the minute. A wrenchingly authentic drama, powered by terrific performances.



Available from Thursday 3 Augus

When bike courier Chris (Josh Whitehouse) witnesses what looks like a murder at the hands of a well-known MP (John Hannah), his first instinct is to cut and run. But, sensing an opportunity, he is soon drawn into a dangerous web of corruption and blackmail. With her brother a pawn in a bigger game, Chris's sister Danni (Poldark's Eleanor Tomlinson) and his biking buddies are determined to uncover the truth. Fast-pedalling British thriller.


The Infiltrator

Available from Friday 4 Augus

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Brad Furman's 80s-set crime drama sees Bryan Cranston return to the familiar world of money launderers and drug dealers... only this time he's on the side of the law. The Breaking Bad star is on chameleon-like form as Robert Mazur, the real-life federal agent who inserted himself into the intricate criminal network of Colombian kingpin Pablo Escobar. The trick was to chase the cash rather than the product, but as he moved further and further up the food chain the stakes got higher and room for error shrunk by the second. Strong support comes from John Leguizamo, Benjamin Bratt and Diane Kruger.



Available from Saturday 5 August

All's going well for internet stork delivery giant when the company's decommissioned Baby Making Machine is accidentally activated. Top delivery stork Junior (Andy Samberg) finds himself with an adorable but unauthorised girl on his hands...and the job - together with human co-worker Tulip (Katie Crown) - of making his first baby-drop before his boss finds out. Fine-feathered family fun from ace comedy director Nicholas Stoller (Bad Neighbours).


Blood Father

Available from Sunday 6 Augus

Gun-toting thugs target the wrong man's daughter in this gritty action thriller. Mel Gibson is ex-con John Link, a recovering alcoholic attempting to keep his demons at bay while living out in the California desert. But his bid for the quiet life becomes a little tricky when his estranged teenage kid (Erin Moriarty) turns up out of the blue with a loaded gun and a purse stuffed with booze and drugs. She's on the run from her cartel member ex (Diego Luna), but the "told-you-so"s will have to wait as the bad boy's cronies are closing in. Time for Daddy and his little girl to hit the road...


Films coming soon to Sky Cinema include Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.   Watch Sky Cinema via SKY or NOW TV.