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Sony Movie Channel Launches on Freeview

Posted January 13, 2017 - Blog Posts,News and Blog

The refined and refreshed Sony Movie Channel (32) has launched with 14 channel premieres in its first month including Twilight, Once Upon a Time in Mexico, Maid In Manhattan, The Mask of Zorro and Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon. Sony Movie Channel offers a variety of contemporary, iconic and must-see movies making it a go to free destination for movie lovers across the UK. Check out a couple of highlights below:

Sony Movie Channel

Twilight
Saturday 14 January at 9pm

Relive your angst-filled teenage years at school, this time with handsome vampires and dark secrets. An introverted young girl moves to a small town, meets a brooding boy and quickly falls in love. Her intrigue leads to the discovery of his bloodthirsty family and wicked secrets – can their intense, dangerous love survive when a murderous rival arrives in town?



Maid in Manhattan
Wednesday 18 January at 6:50pm

A modern day Cinderella tale. A struggling single poses as a socialite and wins the affection of the handsome heir to a political dynasty. Will he feel the same once her true identity is revealed? Can two people from very different worlds overcome their differences and live happily ever after?



Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Wednesday 25 January at 9pm

5 years after directing the acclaimed film adaptation of Sense and Sensibility, Ang Lee turned his chair to Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. In partnership with The Matrix choreographer Yuen Wo-Ping, Lee created a masterpiece. Not limited to stunning fight scenes, the film possesses a heart and soul rarely seen in martial arts films.

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