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.