The Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of The Dawn Treader 7.30pm, Showtime Premiere ★★★ PG. 2010. Final instalment in the C.S. Lewis tale takes Edmund (Skandar Keynes) and Lucy (Georgie Henley) aboard the ship Dawn Treader, with cousin Eustace (Will Poulter), King Caspian (Ben Barnes) and warrior mouse Reepicheep. Though cheesy at times, it’s still great fun for all the family. I’ve Loved You So Long 9.30pm, SBS ONE ★★★★ M. 2008. Bravura acting from Kristin Scott Thomas as a woman released after serving 15 years in jail for killing her child. She moves in with her sister, with the film exploring her cautious return to normal life. Powerful movie making. Elsa Zylberstein. Assault on Precinct 13 8.30pm, One ★★★ M. 2005. Punchy remake of John Carpenter’s classic about the isolated police station that comes under siege from mysterious assailants during a night of wild weather. Ethan Hawke is the cop in charge as his staff and the crims join forces to fight off the assailants. Not the equal of the Carpenter original, but there are solid thrills. Laurence Fishburne. Disclosure 11pm, Gem ★★ MA. 1994. Not content with leap-frogging him to a promotion, executive Demi Moore letches after coworker Michael Douglas, leading to some lurid seduction scenes and a sexual harassment charge. What might have been an interesting investigation of office and sexual politics offers little more than highsteam thrills.