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M. 1998. Manipulative married man Tom Irwin convinces the vulnerable Tracey Gold to murder his wife so they can be together. She goes through with the crime, but it preys on her mind, eventually threatening her mental state. Ragged psychological thriller never convinces. 2pm, 7TWO
PG. 1965. Lana Turner and her wardrobe are married to younger man, Cliff Robertson, who has a wandering eye. What with keeping him in line – and wondering what to wear for dinner – you can see how a girl can get pretty frazzled. 8.30pm, Ten, Ten SC
M. 2010. More razzle-dazzle in the Iron Man franchise with Robert Downey Jr being pressured by the military to reveal the secret of his suit and, at the same time, battling vengeful Russian scientist Mickey Rourke, who’s developed a suit that may be superior to Iron Man’s. Great performances from the wise-cracking Downey and the hulking Rourke and lots of comic-strip action. 8.30pm, Gem
M. 1998. Sprightly comedy that shows us what happens when Gwyneth Paltrow discovers her boyfriend in bed with another woman and what might have happened if she hadn’t. Constant switching between the two scenarios keeps you on your toes and keeps the laughs flowing. Just the tonic for jaded romantics. John Hannah. 10.05pm, SBS TWO
MA. 2009. Reclusive Itsuji Itao, unable to handle a real-life relationship, procures a blow-up sex doll for his pleasure. However, the doll gradually assumes human characteristics and takes on a life of her own, venturing out into the real world. Whimsical, touching look at loneliness and the difficulty some people have interacting with other people. Doona Bae.