Thursday, September 28, 2023

One of Bruce Willis’ most important science fiction films

The SkyShowtime platform has one of the most important Bruce Willis films of his career in its catalog and we explain how you can watch it for free.

In SkyShowtime’s extensive catalog, which includes titles like The Mummy (1999), Top Gun (1986), Gladiator (2000), Pulp Fiction (1994), and Jurassic Park (1993) we also find one of the most remarkable films in the career of Bruce Willis, released in cinemas in the mid-nineties.

Certainly, many titles come to mind, but we will give you more information about them. The ribbon was set in the year 2035. He directed Terry Gilliamand and played the main role of Madeleine Stowe and Brad Pitt. Does this sound familiar?

Naturally! We’re talking about 12 monkeys dystopian science fiction classic, one of the key films in the career of Bruce Willis, which you can only watch via subscription on two streaming platforms, one of which is SkyShowtime.

12 Monkeys takes place in one Post-apocalyptic future a pandemic that has left a small group of survivors living poor on the streets. James Cole prisoner, personified by Bruce Willisvolunteers to travel back in time and collect a sample of the virus that can be used in his time to create a vaccine that will save humanity.

How to watch Bruce Willis’ 12 Monkeys for free on SkyShowtime?

To see 12 Monkeys in SkyShowtime All you need to do is subscribe to the platform. Currently, there are two possible plans: a monthly subscription for €5.99 per month or an annual subscription for €46.99 per year, which is cheaper because the price corresponds to 8 months instead of 12.

However, if you opt for the SkyShowtime monthly subscription, you will get the following: a 7-day free trial period more than enough to enjoy the film Science Fiction Most important is Bruce Willis, along with some of the classic films mentioned above.

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