M. 2007. Nanny Scarlett Johansson takes on the job from hell, with insane employers and a kid she can barely stand. The movie doesn’t explain why she keeps working there and, since we can’t figure that out either, we quickly lose interest in her predicament. Unlovely comedy. Donna Murphy. 7.30pm, 7TWO
PG. 1983. When Michael Keaton is made redundant by his company, he becomes a househusband while his wife Teri Garr earns the bread. Think of every sitcom you’ve seen, then wait for the jokes: Keaton tempted by a neighbour, Garr pursued by the company wolf, etc. Not quite as bad as it sounds. An okay time passer. 9.30pm, Eleven
M. 2006. Captivating though meandering fairytale with Christina Ricci as an heiress cursed with the nose of a piglet, which she can only lose if someone loves her for who she is. Ricci is a sympathetic heroine and James McAvoy shines as the likely spell-breaker. A good cast, including Richard E. Grant, adds to the fun.