Independence Day 7.30pm, Showtime Action ★★★ PG. 1996. Sci-fi adventure stars Will Smith as a fighter pilot who joins forces with US president Bill Pullman and computer genius Jeff Goldblum to save the world from powerhungry alien invaders. Still one of the best mainstream blockbusters ever. Randy Quaid, Vivcia A. Fox, Mary Mcdonnell. Arewe There Yet? 7.30pm, Go! ★ PG. 2005. Two dreadful, obnoxious kids are being driven across the USA by their mother’s boyfriend, in order for him to marry her. They don’t like him, so they make life miserable for him – and the audience – every step of the way. Cruel, unpleasant comedy wastes the talent of Ice Cube. The kind of movie Adolf Hitler might have liked. Nia Long. The Guardian 8.40pm, Seven, Prime7 ★★ M. 2006. Recruitment ad for the US Coast Guard with tough, shellbacked swimming instructor Kevin Costner, recently bereft of a better job and a wife, training a class of usual suspects that that includes hardnose Ashton Kutcher. Tells you more about coastguarding than you probably want to know, but it has some good action scenes. Deep Blue Sea 9.30pm, Go! ★★★ M. 1999. Rip-roaring thriller about an experimental station that’s making sharks more intelligent in the interests of science. What starts as a bad idea gets worse when the smart sharks escape in a storm and, as the buildings flood, begin using their new-found intelligence to hunt the staff. Saffron Burrows, Thomas Jane.