Mr flicks

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2pm, 7TWO

M. 1967. The mouth be­longs to di­rec­tor and star Jerry Lewis, who is hunt­ing for trea­sure in Cal­i­for­nia in this un­funny com­edy. The French think he’s very funny. Harold J. Stone. 8.30pm, 7TWO

M. 2008. King Henry (Eric Bana) has an eye for the ladies. Smit­ten by Mary Bo­leyn, he also had his eye on her sis­ter Anne (Natalie Port­man), who be­came his sec­ond queen. Lusty tale is lit­tle more than soap, but it’s a rol­lick­ing out­ing. 8.30pm, Show­time Pre­miere

M. 2011. Paula Pat­ton and Laz Alonso play the per­fect cou­ple. The in­laws, how­ever, are no per­fect match. The bride’s mum has an up­per-crust air. The groom’s mum is straight out of Brook­lyn. Each fam­ily has its tra­di­tions and se­crets. An­gela Bas­sett. 9.35pm, SBS TWO

M. 2009. Kid whose pi­lot fa­ther was lost dur­ing World War II goes to a school for chil­dren of French vet­er­ans, where the kids and teach­ers give him a hard time. Teacher Thierry Lher­mitte, though, may hold the key to solv­ing the rid­dle that haunts his young life. Solid French drama. Mi­lan Mauger.

Mem­bers of the 7RAR wait for a lift to Nui Dat.

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