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SEPTEM­BER 17 DAY

7:00 a.m. (MC2) Black Mass

(’15, Crime Drama) Johnny Depp. Form­ing an al­liance with FBI agent John Con­nolly in 1970s Bos­ton, Ir­ish gang­ster James “Whitey” Bul­ger in­creases his power and evades cap­ture to become one of the most dan­ger­ous crim­i­nals in U.S. his­tory. ‘R’ (2:02) 8:30 a.m. (MC1) Brook­lyn

(’15, Ro­mance) Saoirse Ro­nan. An Ir­ish im­mi­grant in 1950s New York falls for a tough Ital­ian plumber, but faces temp­ta­tion from an­other man when she re­turns to her home­land for a visit. ‘PG-13’ (1:52) 9:00 a.m. (TCM) In a Lonely Place (’50, Drama) Humphrey Bog­art. A bun­ga­low neigh­bor al­i­bis a booz­ing Hol­ly­wood screen­writer ac­cused of mur­der. ‘NR’ (1:31) 10:05 a.m. (EA1) Fox­catcher

(’14, Docu­d­rama) Steve Carell. Wealthy heir John du Pont hires Olympic gold-medal­ists Mark and Dave Schultz to help train a world-class wrestling team, but du Pont’s in­creas­ing alien­ation and para­noia propel them all to­ward tragedy. ‘R’ (2:14) 10:25 a.m. (MC1) Hid­den Fig­ures (’16, His­tor­i­cal Drama) Taraji P. Hen­son. NASA math­e­ma­ti­cians Kather­ine John­son, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jack­son cross gen­der and race lines to help launch as­tro­naut John Glenn into outer space. ‘PG’ (2:07) 11:00 a.m. (AMC) Be­neath the Planet of the Apes

(’70, Science Fic­tion) James Fran­cis­cus. A time­warped as­tro­naut lands on ape-ruled Earth and finds tele­pathic mu­tants wor­ship­ing an atomic bomb. ‘G’ (1:35) (TCM) Show Boat (’36, Mu­si­cal) Irene Dunne. A Mis­sis­sippi river­boat cap­tain’s daugh­ter mar­ries a roving gam­bler. ‘NR’ (1:53) 12:20 p.m. (EA1) Big (’88, Chil­dren’s) Tom Hanks. A wish­ing ma­chine turns a boy into a 35-yearold man with a fun job and a girl­friend. ‘PG’ (1:44) 12:30 p.m. (PBS) Black Nar­cis­sus (’47, Drama) Deb­o­rah Kerr. Angli­can nuns face a va­ri­ety of pres­sures as they at­tempt to main­tain a con­vent school and hos­pi­tal in the Hi­malayas. ‘NR’ (1:40) 1:00 p.m. (TCM) Mir­a­cle in the Rain (’56, Ro­mance) Jane Wy­man. A mousy New York sec­re­tary meets and loves a lonely sol­dier, but then loses him to war. ‘NR’ (1:47) (FAM) Hair­spray (’07, Mu­si­cal Com­edy) John Tra­volta. In 1960s Bal­ti­more a plump teen be­comes an overnight celebrity af­ter she wins a spot on a lo­cal dance pro­gram called “The Corny Collins Show.” ‘PG’ (1:55) 1:50 p.m. (MC2) Jackie

(’16, His­tor­i­cal Drama) Natalie Portman. The as­sas­si­na­tion of JFK is seen through the eyes of Jackie Kennedy. The days lead­ing up to the tragedy and the im­me­di­ate af­ter­math are chron­i­cled, as ex­pe­ri­enced by the First Lady, wife of the charis­matic pres­i­dent and mother of two small chil­dren. ‘R’ (1:39) 2:00 p.m. (PBS) The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (’47, Fan­tasy) Gene Tierney. A Lon­don widow falls in love with a sea cap­tain’s ghost haunt­ing her cot­tage by the sea. ‘NR’ (1:44) (SLICE) Def­i­nitely, Maybe

(’08, Ro­manceCom­edy) Ryan Reynolds. At his young daugh­ter’s urg­ing, a man on the cusp of di­vorce rem­i­nisces about his past ro­mances and has her guess which one be­came her mother. ‘PG-13’ (1:52) 2:10 p.m. (MC1) Black Mass

(’15, Crime Drama) Johnny Depp. Form­ing an al­liance with FBI agent John Con­nolly in 1970s Bos­ton, Ir­ish gang­ster James “Whitey” Bul­ger in­creases his power and evades cap­ture to become one of the most dan­ger­ous crim­i­nals in U.S. his­tory. ‘R’ (2:02) 2:58 p.m. (AMC) In­de­pen­dence Day (’96, Science Fic­tion) Will Smith. A fighter pi­lot, a com­puter whiz and oth­ers fight back af­ter 15-mile-wide alien ships zap Earth’s ma­jor cities. ‘PG-13’ (2:25) 3:00 p.m. (TCM) 55 Days at Pek­ing (’63, His­tor­i­cal Drama) Charl­ton He­ston. Sol­diers from 11 coun­tries and a Ma­rine ma­jor guard a be­sieged com­pound dur­ing the Boxer Re­bel­lion. ‘NR’ (2:30) 3:19 p.m. (TVA) Le Chat potté (’11, En­fants) Voices of An­to­nio Ban­deras. Dessins an­imé. Le Chat potté raconte l’his­toire de ses pre­mières aven­tures avec son équipe. Il voulait voler la fameuse poule aux oeufs d’or qui pour­rait les ren­dre très riches. ‘PG’ (1:30) 3:30 p.m. (W) Pitch Per­fect

(’12, Mu­si­cal Com­edy) Anna Ken­drick. When a new stu­dent joins her col­lege’s fe­male a cap­pella group, she takes the women out of their com­fort zone of tra­di­tional pieces and in­tro­duces them to in­no­va­tive ar­range­ments. ‘PG-13’ (1:52)

SUN­DAY SEPTEM­BER 17 EVENING

4:40 p.m. (EA2) Dave Chap­pelle’s Block Party (’05, Doc­u­men­tary) Dave Chap­pelle. Ac­tor, writer and comic Dave Chap­pelle loads up a bus with res­i­dents of his Ohio home­town and takes them to Brook­lyn, N.Y., for a con­cert fea­tur­ing Kanye West, the Fugees and oth­ers. ‘R’ (1:43) 5:00 p.m. (CBC) The Wizard of Oz (’39, Chil­dren’s) Judy Gar­land. Af­ter a tor­nado whisks Kansas farm girl Dorothy to a magic land, she must travel to the Emerald City for help in get­ting back home. ‘G’ (1:41) (COM) Austin Pow­ers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (’99, Com­edy) Mike My­ers. The se­cret agent trav­els back in time to the 1960s to res­cue his stolen mojo from Dr. Evil. ‘PG-13’ (1:35) 5:45 p.m. (MC3) Hid­den Fig­ures (’16, His­tor­i­cal Drama) Taraji P. Hen­son. NASA math­e­ma­ti­cians Kather­ine John­son, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jack­son cross gen­der and race lines to help launch as­tro­naut John Glenn into outer space. ‘PG’ (2:07) 5:50 p.m. (EA1) Fox­catcher

(’14, Docu­d­rama) Steve Carell. Wealthy heir John du Pont hires Olympic gold-medal­ists Mark and Dave Schultz to help train a world-class wrestling team, but du Pont’s in­creas­ing alien­ation and para­noia propel them all to­ward tragedy. ‘R’ (2:14) 6:05 p.m. (MC1) Brook­lyn

(’15, Ro­mance) Saoirse Ro­nan. An Ir­ish im­mi­grant in 1950s New York falls for a tough Ital­ian plumber, but faces temp­ta­tion from an­other man when she re­turns to her home­land for a visit. ‘PG-13’ (1:52) 7:00 p.m. (TV5) Tim­buktu

(’14, Drame) Ibrahim Ahmed. Non loin de Tom­bouc­tou tombée sous le joug des ex­trémistes re­ligieux, Ki­dane mène une vie sim­ple et pais­i­ble dans les dunes, en­touré de sa femme Sa­tima, de sa fille Toya et de Is­san, son petit berger âgé de 12 ans. ‘PG-13’ (1:37) (TCM) Gi­ant (’56, Drama) El­iz­a­beth Tay­lor. A cat­tle­man and his spoiled wife watch an upstart oil­man try to take over Texas. ‘G’ (3:21) 7:55 p.m. (MC3) The Birth of a Na­tion (’16, His­tor­i­cal Drama) Nate Parker. On Aug. 21, 1831, Bap­tist preacher Nat Turner leads a vi­o­lent and his­toric re­bel­lion to free him­self and other slaves in Southamp­ton County, Va. ‘R’ (1:58) 8:00 p.m. (MC1) Room

(’15, Drama) Brie Lar­son. Held cap­tive for years in an en­closed space, a woman and her young son fi­nally gain their free­dom, al­low­ing the boy to ex­pe­ri­ence the out­side world for the first time. ‘R’ (1:58) (YTV) The LEGO Movie

(’14, Chil­dren’s) Voices of Chris Pratt. Animated. An or­di­nary LEGO fig­urine, thought to be the key to sav­ing the world, is ac­com­pa­nied by a fel­low­ship of strangers em­bark­ing on a quest to van­quish a tyrant bent on a ter­ri­ble deed. ‘PG’ (1:35) 8:10 p.m. (EA1) Big (’88, Chil­dren’s) Tom Hanks. A wish­ing ma­chine turns a boy into a 35-yearold man with a fun job and a girl­friend. ‘PG’ (1:44) 8:20 p.m. (EA2) Mon­ster House (’06, Chil­dren’s) Voices of Steve Buscemi. Animated. No adults be­lieve three youths’ as­ser­tion that a neigh­bor­ing res­i­dence is a liv­ing crea­ture that means them harm. ‘PG’ (1:31) 8:30 p.m. (SHOW) Snow­piercer (’13, Science Fic­tion) Chris Evans. A post-apoc­a­lyp­tic ice age forces hu­man­ity’s last sur­vivors aboard a globe­span­ning su­per­train. One man will risk ev­ery­thing to lead a re­volt for con­trol of the en­gine and the fu­ture of the world. ‘R’ (2:05) (W) Pitch Per­fect (’12, Mu­si­cal Com­edy) Anna Ken­drick. When a new stu­dent joins her col­lege’s fe­male a cap­pella group, she takes the women out of their com­fort zone of tra­di­tional pieces and in­tro­duces them to in­no­va­tive ar­range­ments. ‘PG-13’ (1:52) 10:00 p.m. (EA1) The Last Boy Scout (’91, Ac­tion) Bruce Willis. An ex-Se­cret Ser­vice agent plays pri­vate eye with an ex-quar­ter­back on a case of sports gam­bling and mur­der. ‘R’ (1:45) (EA2) Gone With the Wind (’39, Ro­mance) Clark Gable. A fiery South­ern belle strug­gles to re­turn her fam­ily’s es­tate to its orig­i­nal mag­nif­i­cence af­ter the Civil War. ‘G’ (3:58) (MC3) Youth (’15, Drama) Michael Caine. Fred, a re­tired com­poser and con­duc­tor, va­ca­tions at a Swiss Spa with his long­time friend Mick As Mick crafts what may be his fi­nal screen­play, Fred is given the op­por­tu­nity to per­form for the Queen. ‘R’ (1:58) 11:45 p.m. (EA1) Nat­u­ral Born Killers (’94, Crime Drama) Woody Har­rel­son. Two young lovers em­bark on a blood­drenched killing spree that quickly pro­pels them to celebrity sta­tus. ‘R’ (1:59) 12:05 a.m. (SRC) Le monde de Barney (’10, Drame) Paul Gia­matti. Un livre pousse un pro­duc­teur de télévi­sion, qui s’est marié trois fois, à se sou­venir de la dis­pari­tion de son meilleur ami. ‘R’ (2:12) 12:10 a.m. (MC3) Black Mass (’15, Crime Drama) Johnny Depp. Form­ing an al­liance with FBI agent John Con­nolly in 1970s Bos­ton, Ir­ish gang­ster James “Whitey” Bul­ger in­creases his power and evades cap­ture to become one of the most dan­ger­ous crim­i­nals in U.S. his­tory. ‘R’ (2:02) 2:00 a.m. (YTV) The LEGO Movie (’14, Chil­dren’s) Voices of Chris Pratt. Animated. An or­di­nary LEGO fig­urine, thought to be the key to sav­ing the world, is ac­com­pa­nied by a fel­low­ship of strangers em­bark­ing on a quest to van­quish a tyrant bent on a ter­ri­ble deed. ‘PG’ (1:35) (SHOW) Snow­piercer

(’13, Science Fic­tion) Chris Evans. A postapoc­a­lyp­tic ice age forces hu­man­ity’s last sur­vivors aboard a globe-span­ning su­per­train. One man will risk ev­ery­thing to lead a re­volt for con­trol of the en­gine and the fu­ture of the world. ‘R’ (2:05) 2:19 a.m. (SRC) La flèche brisée (’50, Western) James Ste­wart. Un an­cien sol­dat améri­cain tente de con­clure une trêve avec Cochise et se marie avec une In­di­enne apache. ‘NR’ (1:33) 2:30 a.m. (W) Pitch Per­fect

(’12, Mu­si­cal Com­edy) Anna Ken­drick. When a new stu­dent joins her col­lege’s fe­male a cap­pella group, she takes the women out of their com­fort zone of tra­di­tional pieces and in­tro­duces them to in­no­va­tive ar­range­ments. ‘PG-13’ (1:52) 3:00 a.m. (COM) Austin Pow­ers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (’99, Com­edy) Mike My­ers. The se­cret agent trav­els back in time to the 1960s to res­cue his stolen mojo from Dr. Evil. ‘PG-13’ (1:35) 3:25 a.m. (EA1) The Last Boy Scout (’91, Ac­tion) Bruce Willis. An ex-Se­cret Ser­vice agent plays pri­vate eye with an ex-quar­ter­back on a case of sports gam­bling and mur­der. ‘R’ (1:45)

MON­DAY SEPTEM­BER 18 DAY

7:00 a.m. (TCM) Grand Ho­tel (’32, Drama) Greta Garbo. A bal­le­rina, baron, stenog­ra­pher, book­keeper and ty­coon check into Ber­lin’s Grand Ho­tel. ‘NR’ (1:55) 7:30 a.m. (EA2) Shark­wa­ter

(’06, Doc­u­men­tary) The ex­ploita­tion and cor­rupt prac­tices by some peo­ple de­plete the world’s shark pop­u­la­tion in ma­rine re­serves. ‘PG’ (1:29) 8:45 a.m. (EA1) Funny Girl

(’68, Mu­si­cal) Bar­bra Streisand. Ziegfeld Fol­lies star Fanny Brice falls for gam­bler Nicky Arn­stein. ‘G’ (2:31) 9:00 a.m. (EA2) Pol­ter­geist

(’82, Horror) Craig T. Nel­son. A subur­ban cou­ple’s lit­tle girl is drawn from her bed­room into a night­mar­ish other di­men­sion. ‘PG’ (1:54) 9:30 a.m. (AMC) Holes (’03, Chil­dren’s) Sigour­ney Weaver. A boy and his friends ques­tion the mo­tives of a woman who forces them to dig holes at a de­ten­tion camp. ‘PG’ (1:58) 10:35 a.m. (MC3) Room

(’15, Drama) Brie Lar­son. Held cap­tive for years in an en­closed

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