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KUNG FU PANDA

6.30PM, 9GO! PG. 2008. An obese panda is cho­sen as the saviour of his vil­lage. While the mes­sage here is well worn, the lovely hu­mour, ex­cit­ing mar­tial arts ac­tion and vi­brant an­i­ma­tion makes for a win­ning combo per­fect for a quiet Sun­day night in front of the telly with the kids.

DAVE CHAP­PELLE’S BLOCK PARTY

9.30PM, NITV M. 2005. A rau­cous re­turn to the spot­light for the hi­lar­i­ous Dave Chap­pelle, who presents a Brook­lyn neigh­bour­hood with its very own, once-in-a-life­time, free block party. It’s car­ried by witty, in­fec­tious hu­mour and out­stand­ing mu­si­cal per­for­mances from the likes of The Fugees, Kanye West and Dead Prez.

RAMBO

10PM, 7MATE MA. 2008. While Sly sure does know how to stage ac­tion se­quences, this film’s con­fus­ing pace and ex­ces­sively over-the-top vi­o­lence (even for this gory fran­chise) is more nau­se­at­ing than en­ter­tain­ing.

Kung Fu Panda.

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