PG. 2005. Two obnoxious kids are driven across the US by their mother’s boyfriend. They don’t like him and make life as miserable as possible for him – and the audience – every step of the way. Cruel, unpleasant comedy wastes the talents of its stars Nia Long and Ice Cube. 8.30pm, Showtime Premiere
M. 2011. Couple fall in love on the day they meet in 1988. Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess play lovers who, over a period of 20 years, must come to grips with the nature of love and life itself. Based on the David Nicholl’s popular novel. Patricia Clarkson 9.30pm, Go!
M. 1995. As a virulent plague breaks out in the US, the only man who can prevent it, take-charge medico Dustin Hoffman, barks out orders to find an antidote in time to prevent fruitcake general Donald Sutherland from nuking the victims. The medical scenes are first rate, but presenting Hoffman as a Doc Die Hard, skews the movie. 10.30pm, SBS ONE
M. 2006. Low-budget Danish drama takes its format, though not its dramatic intent, from soap operas. Lonely Trine Dyrholm, adopts equally friendless transsexual David Dencik, while he waits for a sex change operation. Two forlorn souls find deep friendship as they share the details of their separate sexual encounters.