Critic’s Choice Noon, Gem ★★★ G. 1963. Theatre critic Bob Hope lambasts a stage play which, to his chagrin, goes on to great success. Worse, comes the realisation that the play was written by wife Lucille Ball. Not that great but Bob and Lucille are a great team. Confetti 8.30pm, Eleven ★★ M. 2006. Imagine a reality TV show that had three couples each prepared to do something crazy on their wedding day in order to win a prize. All too easy to imagine in these days of Big Brother, which makes this comedy mockumentary about three such couples less entertaining than it might be. It’s still fun though, even as you cringe with embarrassment. Martin Freeman, Jessica Stevenson. A Life Less Ordinary 9.30pm, Go! ★★ M. 1997. Hard to get much more ordinary than this uninspired pastiche of teen comedies, road movies and celestial fantasies. Ewan Mcgregor is a nerd who kidnaps rich brat Cameron Diaz leading to a car chase, bank robberies and gunfights. Depressing to see so much talent thrown away on nonsense. Inception 9.30pm, Movie Two ★★★★ M. 2010. It has only been out for just over a year and a half and already this extraordinary cinematic creation by Christopher Nolan is considered a classic. The film tracks the work of a troubled agent Leonardo Dicaprio as he steals information from people’s dreams. When he gets the job of a lifetime, he assembles a crack team for the dangerous new mission. Joseph Gordon-levitt, Tom Hardy, Ellen Page.