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Kids love it, adults tol­er­ate it be­cause kids love it, and the whole fran­chise has grossed more than $2 bil­lion. You can for­give IceAge4 for all feel­ing very much same-same be­cause of its great an­i­ma­tion and the oc­ca­sional laugh as our hero Scrat’s re­lent­less pur­suit of the cursed acorn sets a whole con­ti­nent in mo­tion.


SATUR­DAY NIGHT LIVE 40TH AN­NIVER­SARY SPE­CIAL 6. 3 0PM, T HE C OMEDY C HANNEL There’s no doubt­ing the enor­mous im­pact SNL has had on com­edy. We’re hop­ing Christo­pher Walken will reprise that cow­bell sketch, and that Justin Tim­ber­lake will sing D---in­aBox. Other guests in­clude Paul McCart­ney, Will Fer­rell, Chevy Chase, Steve Martin, Jerry Se­in­feld, Mike My­ers, Jack Ni­chol­son, Tay­lor Swift and Robert De Niro.


LAST WILL & TES­TA­MENT MENT 6. 3 0PM, HI STORY C HANNEL NNEL How did a rel­a­tively un­e­d­u­cate­dated com­moner like Shake­speare know so much about mat­ters of cour­tourt and about parts of the worldd he’d never vis­ited? Pro­duced by Roland Em­merich, this is a com­pan­ion piece to his fea­ture ure Anony­mous, mak­ing the case e that Ed­ward de Vere, the 17th Earl of Ox­ford, wrote Shake­speare’s plays.

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