Noon, Seven, Prime7
M. 1985. Single biker Cher tries to raise her son in a prejudiced small town. A young Eric Stoltz plays the teen who is highly intelligent but has a massive facial deformity. Peter Bogdanovich directs a talented cast through this sentimental ode to small towns. Keep plenty of tissues handy. 8.30pm, Movie One
M. 2010. In 1980s England, inept teen Craig Roberts, preoccupied with the state of affairs between his parents makes it his mission to win the heart of quirky schoolgirl Yasmin Paige and lose his virginity in the process. Australia’s Noah Taylor plays dad in this British comedy produced by Ben Stiller. 9.30pm, Go!
AV. 2010. Postapocalyptic shenanigans with Denzel Washington a survivor tramping across a razed Dystopian landscape carrying the world’s last copy of the Bible and a deadly samurai sword. Gary Oldman wants the Bible and sets his minions to getting it back, resulting in numerous scenes of comic book violence. Solid sci fi/ thriller fare. 10pm, One
AV. 2005. Punchy remake of John Carpenter’s classic about the isolated police station that comes under siege from mysterious assailants during a night of wild weather. Hawke is the beleaguered cop in charge as his staff and the crims in the cells join forces to fight off the assailants. Perhaps not the equal of the Carpenter original, but solid, white-knuckle thrills. Ethan Hawke, Laurence Fishburne.