Mr flicks

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7.30pm, Go!

G. 2000. Hi­lar­i­ous clay­ma­tion an­i­mated fea­ture from the creators of Wal­lace and Gromit about a group of chick­ens plan­ning to break out of a hen house be­fore they be­come chicken pies. Draws its in­spi­ra­tion from The Great Es­cape and is en­ter­tain­ing for kids and grown-ups. Mel Gib­son, Ju­lia Sawalha. 7.40pm, Nine, NBN

PG. 2009. Thir­tysome­thing loser Matthew Perry thinks that if he could have changed things when he was a teenage bas­ket­ball star his life could be dif­fer­ent. As fast as you can say Big (or Freaky Fri­day), he’s mor­ph­ing into teenage Zac Efron. With Efron on screen, ideal fare for teen view­ers. 8.30pm, SBS ONE

M. 2008. Huge In­dian his­tor­i­cal epic set in the 16th cen­tury about the courtship and mar­riage of a Mus­lim em­peror and his Hindu bride seems to be a cry for re­li­gious tol­er­ance in a land be­set by dif­fer­ences. Spec­tac­u­lar saga is over­long at more than three hours but marked by fine ac­tion se­quences and lav­ish cos­tum­ing. Hrithik Roshan, Aish­warya Rai. 9.30pm, Gem

PG. 2004. Sur­pris­ingly ef­fec­tive ro­man­tic com­edy with a Cin­derella theme and Jen­nifer Lopez, as the ho­tel maid who is mis­taken for a well-off so­phis­ti­cate by hot shot politi­cian Ralph Fi­ennes and then has to act it out. Ter­rific chem­istry be­tween the stars makes the time-hon­oured plot re­ally work and Jay-Lo never looked love­lier!

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