Movie franchises on Sky Cinema right now
These blockbuster titles are enough to keep any film fan entertained.
First Blood, First Blood Part II, Rambo III and Rambo (2008) are all currently on Sky Cinema, awaiting your re-indulgence. If you haven’t seen Rambo but love all things guns, gore and pyrotechnics, then John Rambo might be the man for you.
Follow the Vietnam veteran through various escapades, and watch as he single-handedly brings numerous enemies to their knees, emerging bruised and bloody but nevertheless always victorious. The most recent, Rambo: Last Blood, came out in 2019 and is the only film missing from the list.
The Dark Knight franchise
Christopher Nolan’s adaptation of the caped crusader is without doubt the greatest to have ever graced our screens, and they deserve to be watched again and again, one after the other, as many times as possible.
The whole trilogy is on Sky Cinema for you to watch at your leisure. Start with Nolan’s origin story for Christian Bale’s Batman with Batman Begins, then instantly proceed to watch Heath Ledger’s mesmerising Oscar-winning performance in The Dark Knight, all rounded off with Batman’s final showdown with Tom Hardy’s brute, Bane, in The Dark Knight Rises. Cinematic perfection.
There probably isn’t a better trio than Harry, Ron and Hermione, right? Well all seven of the Harry Potter films are available to stream right now on Sky Cinema, and they’re definitely some of the most rewatchable movies out there, no matter how many times you’ve seen them.
The Mummy Franchise
The Mummy and The Mummy Returns are both on Sky Cinema for fans of the original treasure-hunting troupe, Rick, Evelyn and Jonathan, and of course the troublesome Alex who appears in the second film. Rachel Weisz stars in the first two, but Maria Bello comes in as Evelyn O’Connell for the third installment, The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.
While Tom Hardy’s Max Rockatansky isn’t currently available on Sky Cinema right now in the form of Mad Max: Fury Road, Mel Gibson’s three installments in the franchise are. Mad Max, Mad Max 2 and Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome are a must-watch for any post-apocalyptic film genre fan, following the pursuits of an unhinged cop roaming a dystopian wasteland fueled by revenge after marauder bikers slay his family.
The Alien Franchise
While Ridley Scott’s debut entrant in the franchise is not currently available to stream on Sky Cinema, Aliens, Alien 3, Alien: Resurrection and Alien: Covenant are.
Aliens is arguably the greatest science fiction film saga of all time, with the franchise putting Sigourney Weaver’s name in bright lights with her outstanding performances dubbing her the queen of sci-fi. If you’re reading this and haven’t seen any of the Alien franchise, you’ve no time to lose.
Marvel is the highest-grossing movie franchise in cinematic history, and while all 23 (as it stands) movies aren’t available to stream on Sky Cinema, a good chunk of them are.
All four Avenger movies are ready to be watched, including the gargantuan Endgame, which alone generated 2.8 billion US dollars at box office - a new record.
Right now you can catch the likes of Iron Man, Captain America: The First Avenger, Thor, Spider-Man: Homecoming, and Ant-Man and the Wasp. However, Sky is always chopping and changing between the marvel movies they choose to make available for Sky customers to stream, so keep your eyes peeled.
All six adrenaline-pumping Mission Impossible movies are available on Sky Cinema, and there are few action movie heroes that can rival Ethan Hunt’s recklessness and sheer will when it comes to getting out of sticky situations.
Commencing with the first Mission Impossible in 1996, the franchise is very much alive, with the latest installment coming in 2018 in the form of Mission Impossible: Fallout. All films are extremely entertaining and perfect for curbing any high-octane action craving.
Star Wars is arguably the most renowned movie franchise in history and is the gift that keeps on giving, spanning from the late 1970s to the present day. Relive Episode I to VI, along with Star Wars: The Last Jedi and various animated series, including the likes of Star Wars Rebels, Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Resistance, all on Sky Cinema right now.