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!