The Kids Are All Right 7.30pm, Showtime Premiere ★★★ MA. 2010. Richly drawn, Oscar-nominated dramedy with Annette Bening and Julianne Moore as a couple whose teen children (Mia Wasikowska and Josh Hutcherson) locate their biological father (Mark Ruffalo), redefining relationships within the family. The indie nature of this film takes it to heights the mainstream couldn’t. Movie of the Week Cyrano de Bergerac 8.30pm, SBS TWO ★★★★ G. 1990. Splendid version of the timehonoured play about the greatest poet-swordsman in all France, whose love for the fair Roxanne is thwarted by his huge nose. When Roxanne falls for an unimaginative hunk, the poet gets his chance to pen his love to her in letters – though his rival signs off on them. Anne Brochet. Sex and the City 9pm, Gem ★★★ M. 2008. What’s to say about Sex and the City? If you love the series you’ll love the feature-length adaptation. If you hate it, this won’t change your opinion. Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall and Cynthia Nixon play sassy women of a certain age. They represent their generation, which is why so many women love them. The Dinner Game 10.55pm, SBS TWO ★★★ M. 1998. Snooty yuppie friends devise a dinner party game where each, in turn, invites a socially inept guest to amuse the others. Thierry Lhermitte plans to bring the maladjusted Jacques Villeret but events conspire otherwise and, in the space of an evening, his guest virtually destroys his life. Hilarious French comedy.