Mission: Impossible III (Saturday, 9pm, Seven, not Vic, Tas or SA) represents the 2006 transition of writer-director JJ Abrams from highclass television ( Lost, Alias) to gripping feature filmmaking. Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt is lured back into action by his agency superiors to face his deadliest adversary yet: sadistic weapons dealer Owen Davian (Philip Seymour Hoffman). Critics generally loved its booby-trapped highoctane action and technical precision. For insomniacs, there’s a film from the golden years of Hollywood: Breakfast for Two (Monday, 3.28am, ABC), an RKO screwball comedy starring Barbara Stanwyck, Herbert Marshall and Eric Blore. It’s a movie of glorious daffiness with Stanwyck in top form. All That Glitters (Wednesday, 2.05am, SBS One), a beguiling French flick directed by Geraldine Nakache and Herve Mimran, stars Leila Bekhti, Nakache and Virginie Ledoyen. For two bored suburban girls, the bright lights of Paris promise a glamorous movie-star lifestyle. They might be from the wrong side of the tracks but Ely and Lila will do just about anything — from petty mischief to serious deception — to get there. Nominated for best first film at the 2011 Cesar Awards.