Noon, Seven, Prime7
M. 2006. Based on the Broadway musical, a trio of black female soul singers from Detroit cross over to the pop charts in the early 1960s. Bill Condon directs an ensemble cast that includes Beyonce Knowles, Jennifer Hudson and Anika Noni Rose as The Dreamettes as well as Jamie Foxx and Eddie Murphy. 8pm, Ten, Ten SC
PG. 2009. Monsters, including the 15m tall Reese Witherspoon, are recruited by the army to save earth after an alien invasion. Cue pitched battles between aliens and friendly monsters. Aimed directly at kids this was a 3D delight but that magic won’t come across on non3D screens. Hugh Laurie. 9pm, Seven, Prime7
M. 2005. Nick Hornby’s novel about a couple, whose lives are frustrated by the man’s obsession with soccer is adapted for the US with Drew Barrymore annoyed by Jimmy Fallon’s devotion to a baseball team. Fallon’s actions are so puerile you wonder why she stays with him. A smart girl would run a mile. 10pm, Ten, Ten SC
M. 2008. First and best instalment in the soon-to-end vampire romance franchise based on the bestselling novels of Stephanie Meyers introduces the love story between rebel teen Bella and vegetarian vampire Edward played by Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson. Fine direction from Catherine Hardwicke ( Lords of Dogtown) and a ripping soundtrack add to the fun.