Tomcats 9.30pm, Go! ★★ MA. 2001. Neutered, moronic comedy about friends who stand to make money by running a betting pool in which the last unmarried man collects the pot. Two of them then fight to marry first when each falls for the same girl. About as funny as tomcats howling on your back fence. Jerry O’connell. Made in Dagenham 9.30pm, Showtime2 ★★ M. 2010. Golden Globe winner Sally Hawkins plays Rita O’grady, the leader of the 1968 Ford Dagenham strike by sewing machinists who took on corporate masters and the government. Overdoes the schmaltz in a bid to be cute and poignant, but should appeal to an older women. Bob Hoskins, Miranda Richardson and Rosamund Pike. Submarino 9.35pm, SBS TWO ★ M. 2010. Two brothers, each socially and emotionally damaged by their neglected childhood, try to get on with their lives despite problems brought on by their sociopathic personalities. The death of their mother suggests redemption for both, but is this possible? Depressing Danish drama. Gustav Fischer Kjaerulff, Sebastian Bull Sarning. Somersault 11.05pm, SBS ONE ★★ M. 2003. Aussie tale of twisted, uncertain lives well depicted by Abbie Cornish as a 16-year-old runaway who washes up in a resort town where she is rejected by an old boyfriend. She hangs around though and meets Sam Worthington, a boy with his own problems. Rambling, sometimes annoying coming-of-age tale that won plenty of gongs at the AFI Awards.