Noon, Seven, Prime7
PG. 2004. Curious but enjoyable drama suggests Peter Pan creator J.M. Barrie found inspiration through his friendship with widow Kate Winslet and her four young boys. Barrie, Johnny Depp, is a childlike man who enjoys playing pirates and cowboys with the lads, while simultaneously staging a play. Depp’s good and the theatre scenes are the best since Mike Leigh’s Topsy Turvy. 8.30pm, Showtime Premiere
M. 2011. Reunion of Fast and Furious all-stars led by Vin Diesel and Paul Walker. The speedsters are off to Brazil to attempt to defeat a corrupt businessman, pursued by federal agent Dwayne Johnson and a strike team who can’t tell the good blokes from the bad. Jordana Brewster, Chris Ludacris Bridges. 10.30pm, SBS TWO
M. 1955. Brilliant French film, directed by American Jules Dassin, with assorted criminals coming together for the robbery but unable to work as a team. Famous for the long break-in scene played without a line of dialogue for nearly 30 minutes. Granddaddy of all the best heist movies. Jean Servais. 12.30am, ABC1
G. 1945. Oscarnominated sequel to Going My Way with Father Bing Crosby appointed to a new parish which is in danger of being demolished. Nun Ingrid Bergman teaches at the attached school and their views on kids’ needs clash. Delightful comedy drama with some pleasant songs warbled by Crosby.