There are hundreds of movies to watch instantly on the Telstra TV Box Office streaming service. To make things that little bit easier we have selected some of the best film titles available on the platform now, giving you an easy, digestible selection of content to choose from.
Best Movies to Watch on Telstra TV BO this August 2021
Telstra TV Box Office is home to hundreds of movies, including the latest blockbusters and independent releases with new titles added to the library every week! The best part is you can buy and rent content as and when you want, giving you one place to access TV Shows and Movies that are usually spread across various providers.
Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard
Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard follows suspended bodyguard Michael Bryce as he reunites with hitman Darius Kincaid and his wife Sonia to stop a terrorist from attacking Europe. The movie is a sequel to 2017’s The Hitman’s Bodyguard.
The Sound of Metal
What does a musician do when they begin to lose their hearing? That is the career-ending question that a heavy metal drummer must grapple with. What the drummer loses in his hearing, he must try and reclaim what next to do with his life. A thought-provoking drama about people who pursue their passion yet must find creative ways to keep the dream alive.
James Bond’s new outing reveals all the secrets that have been following him. Bond stumbles upon an evil organisation that has caused all of his pain in the recent past. Can he get himself to discard the hurt and chase down the new supervillain? Spectre provides another thrilling chapter in the spy saga.
The Invisible Man
Cecelia has just received an enormous fortune from her ex husband who took his own life. She is now ready to put her abusive past behind and move forward. But there is someone who keeps haunting her. Cecilia suspects the death of her husband to be a hoax. Maybe he is the Invisible Man haunting her.
Roger Ailes was once one of the most powerful men in network television. This is the true story of three brave women brought down his toxic culture at Fox Television and the resulting effects on the #MeToo movement. A great cast brings the inspiring true story to the screen in vivid detail.
The beloved classic gets a fresh, new retelling for millennial tastes. The inspiring, rich story of how four women navigate their lives in Victorian England finds new parallels in the challenges and obstacles women face today. The bond of sisterhood must remain as strong as ever no matter what life offers.
A slick Boston bandit is tired of his criminal life. He wishes to settle down with his new love and forget his past crimes. However, there is one last job he needs to do before reaching retirement.
The New Mutants
A new generation of young people with special abilities must take on the world that is keen to imprison them. Four mutants must band together to escape the secret facility they are held in. They will need to overcome themselves first, before they can overcome those who stand against them.
An intimate portrayal of feminist icon Gloria Steinem and her impact on gender equality. Switching from her young adult life to her role as activist, the narrative details the effect her itinerant childhood had on her. The past drives her to champion women’s rights in the face of toxic masculinity.
Queen & Slim
Queen and Slim are out at a restaurant after meeting on a dating app. The evening seems quite underwhelming and Slim decides to drive Queen home, when a police car pulls them over for ‘driving erratic’. The event quickly escalates and leaves the two on the run from the authorities in America’s deep south, with nowhere to go!
Sonic the Hedgehog
When Sonic is chased on his home planet by a tribe of echidnas, hungry for his powers, an own offer Sonic hope by opening a portal to another planet – earth. But when he arrives, he is chased by an evil professor (Jim Carrey) who wants to capture him for experiments.
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Those of you who are Telstra TV owners have a BigPond Movies logo or a Telstra TV Box Office app on your device’s main menu to make it easy to get streaming in HD. The iOS and Android apps now stream in HD via Chromecast as well – and of course, you can watch on your mobile or tablet. New members get a free movie rental to get started.
Last audited 28 July 2021
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Telstra TV Box Office Device List
The following is a list of compatible mobile and internet connected devices for which you can stream Telstra TV BO whether at home or on the go, with new apps and devices being added as they become available.
Devices supported on Telstra TV Box Office
– Telstra TV: Yes – Available on all models
– Android Devices: Yes – Via
– iOS Devices: Yes – Via
– PC/Mac: Yes – Web browser only (latest Chrome, Edge, Safari, Firefox, or other major browsers)
– Select Smart TVs: Yes – Panasonic 2017 and later, LG 2017 and later, Samsung 2017 and later