Quints Noon, Seven, Prime7 ★★ G. 2000. What would it be like being the older sister of quintuplets? Pretty tough for teenager Kimberly Brown who not only has to help out with changing nappies and so forth but has her life turned upside down when the marketing wizards get involved hoping to make big bucks. An amusing Disney trifle. The Wizard of Oz 7.30pm, Gem ★★★★ G. 1939. Perennial family classic about Dorothy, the girl from Kansas who finds herself in the Land of Oz and sets off to find the Wizard, accompanied by her friends, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion. A treat, based on L. Frank Baum’s stories with a great Harold Arlen score. Judy Garland, Ray Bolger. Love and Other Impossible Pursuits 7.30pm, Movie One ★★ M. 2010. Natalie Portman marries her boss Scott Cohen after he breaks up with his ex-wife Lisa Kudrow. Sadly, however, she finds it difficult to connect with her young stepson when a tragedy almost breaks her world in two. An emotional drama, this survives largely on the strength of Portman’s and Kudrow’s performances. Amal 9.35pm, SBS TWO ★★★ M. 2007. Inspirational drama from India about rickshaw driver Rupinder Nagra, an honest soul, who impresses a wealthy man with his obvious rectitude. When he dies, the old man leaves him a fortune. However the rich man’s scheming sons want to keep the fortune for themselves. Familiar plot gets a new lease of life in this Indian opus.