Mr flicks

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8.30pm, Eleven

PG. 2009. Woe­be­gone com­edy about teen Michael An­garano’s dis­cov­ery at a sci-fi con­fer­ence that his fan­tasy novel has been ripped off by un­scrupu­lous au­thor Je­maine Cle­ment. Amid a movie packed with dis­gust­ing vom­it­ing and ex­cre­ment jokes, Cle­ment – half of Flight of the Con­chords – is the sole stand­out. Th­ese bron­cos are ready for the knack­ery. 8.30pm, Show­time Pre­miere

M. 2011. Jack Black re­turns as Po, who is now liv­ing his dream as The Dragon War­rior. But his new life is threat­ened by the emer­gence of a for­mi­da­ble vil­lain, who plans to use a se­cret weapon to con­quer China. Voices by An­gelina Jolie, Jackie Chan. 8.35pm, Gem

M. 1996. Amer­i­can­i­sa­tion of the French com­edy La Cage Aux Folles. Gay club owner Robin Wil­liams and his drag queen part­ner act like a straight cou­ple to im­press their son’s fu­ture in-laws. Lovers of the orig­i­nal may be dis­ap­pointed but it’s a funny out­ing. 9.45pm, 7MATE

MA. 2004. The streets filled with flesh­munch­ing zom­bies, re­tail no­body Si­mon Pegg re­alises it’s a great chance to win back girl­friend Kate Ash­field by sav­ing her from the liv­ing dead. Ridicu­lous, but very win­ning zom­bie com­edy. A real treat this.

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