PG. 1960. Dryly humorous take on the spy genre based on Graham Greene’s novel with Alec Guinness as a hapless vacuum salesman who is recruited into British intelligence in pre-Castro Cuba. Carol Reed’s direction hovers between comedy and thrills, not always smoothly, but it’s highly entertaining. Grab your chance to see this seldom-shown classic. Maureen O’Hara. 8.35pm, Showtime Two
M. 2010. Megamind is the most brilliant supervillain the world has ever known – and the least successful. But when Metro City is threatened by a new villain, can the world’s biggest mind save the day? Delightful kids’ film with lead characters voiced by comedy favourites. Will Ferrell and Tina Fey. 9.30pm, 7MATE
M. 2002. Yet another body-swapping film with hot chick Rachel McAdams changing overnight into perennial dud Rob Schneider and spending the rest of the movie finding out what it’s like to be in a male body. Little that you won’t expect and a lot that you will, though refreshingly free of lavatory jokes. Anna Faris. 10.30pm, SBS TWO
PG. 1987. Director Wim Wenders invades Frank Capra territory with a cerebral tale about an angel who patrols Berlin watching and listening to mortals. When he falls in love with a trapeze artist, he must somehow make the transition to mortality. Whimsical and beautifully shot. Bruno Ganz. ANS of The Voice will have only one day to lodge votes for their favourite contestant between the final two shows of the Nine Network’s talent quest.
During the series viewers have been given a week to download songs on iTunes or vote on Facebook, SMS and telephone for their favourite performer.
Each download on iTunes is worth two votes to the artist, while votes made via the internet, mobile phone or landlines are worth one.
The penultimate show will be held on Sunday, June 17 and voters will have until the following day to vote. The winner of The Voice will be announced on Monday night.
It will be battle of ratings on that Sunday when The Voice goes up against the live threehour finale of Dancing With The Stars on the Seven Network.
Next Monday, June 11, coaches Keith Urban and Joel Madden will have their teams reduced from four to two.
In the other teams Adelaide teenager and bookmakers’ favourite Rachael Leahcar and Glenn Cunningham are the artists left in Delta Goodrem’s team, while Seal has Karise Eden and Fatai Veamatahau still under his guidance.
Once the team of Urban and Madden are finalised, the remaining eight singers will perform and only the respective coaches will decide which one of their proteges will advance to the final on June 17.
Viewers will ultimately determine who wins the contest, which carries $100,000 in prize money and a recording contract.
Monday, 7.30pm, Nine, NBN.
Judge Joel Madden