Mr flicks

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6.30pm, Seven, Prime7

PG. 2005. Cute mix of The In­cred­i­bles and X-men about a school for su­per­heroes. Kurt Rus­sell and Kelly Pre­ston are a mar­ried su­per­hero team whose son at­tends the school but is in dan­ger of flunk­ing. Some amus­ing, know­ing winks to the Mar­vel comics gen­er­a­tion and deft per­for­mances. 8.30pm, Seven, Prime7

M. 2006. Cop Den­zel Washington, in­ves­ti­gat­ing a ter­ror­ist at­tack on a ferry, is cap­ti­vated by one of the vic­tims. Too bad she’s dead. But wait, what if he could travel back through time to save her? Di­rec­tor Tony Scott doesn’t give you time to con­cen­trate on the de­tails nor the deja vu that makes you to think you’ve seen movies like this be­fore. It’s fast, fu­ri­ous – and en­ter­tain­ing. Paula Pat­ton. 9.15pm, SBS ONE

PG. 2007. US col­lege grad­u­ate from a rich fam­ily throws it all in for the life of a home­less drifter, head­ing north to­wards Alaska. Di­rec­tor Sean Penn’s film fol­lows the kid, played by Emile Hirsch, on his jour­ney, touch­ing the lives of peo­ple. . Stir­ring, pro­found and sad tale is based on a true story. Vince Vaughn. 9.30pm, SBS TWO

AV. 2001. In­trigu­ing French fem­i­nist thriller about a woman who aban­dons her businessman hus­band and son to look af­ter a beaten pros­ti­tute. The strong sense of fe­male sol­i­dar­ity be­tween the two women helps the hap­less call girl get her own life back to­gether. Witty, com­pul­sive viewing. Vin­cent Lin­don, Rachida Brakni.

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