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8.30pm, Eleven

M. 2004. Dull, unimag­i­na­tive com­edy that gives travel a bad name. Scott Mechlow­icz and his dreary pals jour­ney to Europe where their ad­ven­tures all seem to in­volve sex and prat­falls. Cast and crew pre­sum­ably had a great time jour­ney­ing through the Euro­pean cap­i­tals. Do the trip. For­get the movie. 9.30pm, Go!

M. 1998. Mod­ern teens are trans­ported into their TV set to a 1950s sit­com – a world of black and white, Mid­dle Amer­i­can per­fec­tion. As they come to grips with this trans­for­ma­tion, their 1990s at­ti­tudes in­tro­duce change and colour to a bland world. A true de­light, es­pe­cially for those who can re­mem­ber when fa­ther knew best. Tobey Maguire. 9.25pm, SBS ONE

M. 2006. Char­ity worker Mads Mikkelsen goes to Den­mark to seek funds from a rich bene­fac­tor for an In­dian or­phan­age. In­vited to at­tend the wed­ding of the mil­lion­aire’s daugh­ter, he learns the man is mar­ried to his ex-wife. Taut drama ex­plores per­sonal re­la­tion­ships. Rolf Lass­gard. 9.30pm, 7MATE

MA. 2007. Mar­ry­ing in haste, Ben Stiller is left to re­pent at leisure when he learns his new wife has un­for­tu­nate man­ners, habits and sex­ual pro­cliv­i­ties. On their hon­ey­moon, he falls in love with Michelle Mon­aghan and ditches his new bride. Far­relly Bros com­edy for­sakes the sub­tleties of the ear­lier ver­sion, but who’s look­ing for sub­tlety?

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