Has anyone noticed that here is no good movies on here anymore yet we all pay 10 pounds a mouth it's a joke They have not add movies like
Fantastic beast 3
Jurassic world 3
Yet there is alot of old movies the batman was out away before the martix reload and Enchanted movie to wot is the point and jack ass 4 and spiderman no way home this is a waste of money and time now tv has let everyone down alot off money and alot of people is paying for it to im thinking its a waste of time and all the money is going to staff and management wot a joke
Why have you posted this twice?
We are just customers like you on the forum. Staff won’t post reply’s about content offerings.
It’s all down to contracts and having to wait an age for new films to become available. Despite Minions Rise of Cru and Jurassic World Dominion already available on Peacock in the US.
Granted it’s beyond frustrating but there is sweet nothing we can do about it ☹️
The Batman is on Sky Cinema 2nd December
As for Universal Pictures distributed Movies in the UK, there 7-8 month window after Cinema before they appear on Sky Cinema or
Nope wasn't released after 45 days on Peacock in the US unlike say The Black Phone, it's only released on 19th November and we have misleading articles like this
I agree that what Now Cinema offers isn’t worth £10/month. I pay £1/month at present rising to £1.99/month at start of December. And £2/month for boost. Always worth cancelling to get a retention offer or checking emails.
With so many new subscription services, the quality of the films on Now Cinema has fallen away in the last year or two. Disney, Prime and Netflix have a lot of the recent top box office films along with some classics and Paramount + despite some overlap has taken a lot of the archive away.
I am quite happy with older movies. Watched Chinatown at weekend, which was excellent. And watched The Exorcist on BBC iPlayer on Halloween. Wouldn’t mind a lot more 20th century movies. Not seen The Last Seduction, Pacific Heights nor The Last Supper on a streaming subscription. Could probably add dozens more to that short list.
As for new movies, I tend to watch them via free codes I get as part of my £1 Telegraph subscription either at Vue (Banshees of Inisherin) or on chili.com (Where The Crawdads Sing). At least that way, I am not dependent on Sky getting the rights.