THE CHRON­I­CLES OF NAR­NIA: THE VOY­AGE OF THE DAWN TREADER RES­I­DENT EVIL: EX­TINC­TION

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TEN, Sun­day, 7.30pm, PG ( 2010)

Younger Peven­sie chil­dren Lucy ( Ge­orgie Hen­ley, left) and Ed­mund ( Skan­dar Keynes) re­turn to Nar­nia along with whin­ing cousin Eus­tace ( Will Poul­ter) in this third film in the fran­chise. Whisked on board The Dawn Treader with Prince Caspian ( Ben Barnes), first mate ( Gary Sweet) and feisty talk­ing mouse Reepicheep ( voiced by Si­mon Pegg), the kids em­bark on a mis­sion to rid Nar­nia of an un­seen evil, vis­it­ing a host of strange and won­der­ful is­lands be­fore reach­ing the end of the world. A fun fan­tasy flick di­rected by Michael Apted.

GO!, Wed­nes­day, 10.30pm, AV15+ ( 2007)

Film­maker Rus­sell Mulc­ahy ( High­lander) rips off other sci- fi chillers such as Mad Max, Pitch Black and 28 Days Later as Milla Jovovich ( left) slices her way through yet another army of flesh- eat­ing zom­bies. In this third in­stal­ment, Jovovich’s Alice is hiding in the desert out­side postapoc­a­lyp­tic Las Ve­gas, where she joins forces with friends old and new – in­clud­ing Ali Larter ( He­roes), singer Ashanti and Home and Away star Christo­pher Egan – in an ef­fort to wipe out the virus that threat­ens to make ev­ery­one un­dead. Ev­ery­thing here is ex­actly what you’d ex­pect – if only to please the fran­chise’s fan­boy base.

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