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SUN­DAY NOVEM­BER 11 DAY

7:30 a.m. (EA1) Re­belle

(’12, Drama) Rachel Mwanza. African rebels force a vil­lage girl to kill her own par­ents and join their army, but a mirac­u­lous event makes the rebels think she has su­per­nat­u­ral pow­ers. ‘NR’ (1:29)

(SPACE) Harry Pot­ter and the Or­der of the Phoenix

(’07, Fan­tasy) Daniel Rad­cliffe. When a new pro­fes­sor’s bu­reau­cratic meth­ods leave Hog­warts un­pre­pared to fight the ris­ing tide of evil, Harry teaches a ded­i­cated group of stu­dents how to de­fend against the dark arts. ‘PG-13’ (2:18)

8:50 a.m. (MC2) Padding­ton 2 (’17, Chil­dren’s) Voice of Ben Whishaw. Live ac­tion/an­i­mated. One fine day, Padding­ton spots a pop-up book in an an­tique shop — the per­fect present for his beloved aunt’s 100th birth­day. When a thief steals the prized book, Padding­ton em­barks on an epic quest to un­mask the cul­prit be­fore her big cel­e­bra­tion. ‘PG’ (1:43) 9:00 a.m. (TCM) The Threat

(’49, Crime Drama) Michael O’shea. An es­caped killer kid­naps a po­lice­man, a night­club singer and a dis­trict at­tor­ney. ‘NR’ (1:06)

9:20 a.m. (MC1) The Boss Baby (’17, Chil­dren’s) Voices of Alec Bald­win. An­i­mated. A wildly imag­i­na­tive 7-year-old dis­cov­ers that his new brother, Boss Baby, is ac­tu­ally a spy on a se­cret mis­sion, and only he can help thwart a das­tardly plot that in­volves an epic bat­tle be­tween puppies and ba­bies. ‘PG’ (1:37)

10:15 a.m. (SPACE) Harry

Pot­ter and the Half-blood Prince (’09, Chil­dren’s) Daniel Rad­cliffe. Dum­ble­dore tries to prepare Harry for the fi­nal bat­tle with Volde­mort, while Death Eaters wreak havoc in both Mug­gle and Wiz­ard worlds, and tragedy looms on the hori­zon. ‘PG’ (2:33)

10:30 a.m. (TCM) The Ea­gle and the Hawk (’33, War) Fredric March. A World War I Bri­tish pi­lot is as sick of the war as his new co-pi­lot is ea­ger to join it. ‘NR’ (1:12) 11:00 a.m. (EA2) Casablanca

(’42, Drama) Humphrey Bog­art. A cyn­i­cal night­club owner pro­tects an old flame and her hus­band from Nazis in Morocco. ‘PG’ (1:42)

11:42 a.m. (AMC) Pla­toon

(’86, War) Tom Berenger. Two sergeants and a pri­vate join oth­ers lost in war along the 1967 Cam­bo­dian bor­der. ‘R’ (2:00) 11:45 a.m. (TCM) A Raisin in the Sun (’61, Drama) Sid­ney Poitier. Proud mem­bers of a Chicago fam­ily ar­gue over a $10,000 in­sur­ance wind­fall. ‘NR’

(2:08)

12:30 p.m. (MC2) Blade

Run­ner 2049 (’17, Sci­ence Fic­tion) Ryan Gosling. Af­ter dis­cov­er­ing a long-buried se­cret that jeop­ar­dizes what’s left of so­ci­ety, a new blade run­ner em­barks on a quest to find Rick Deckard, a for­mer blade run­ner who’s been miss­ing for 30 years. ‘R’ (2:44)

12:50 p.m. (EA2) M*A*S*H

(’70, Com­edy)

Don­ald Suther­land. Hip

Army sur­geons Hawk­eye and Trap­per John make their own rules in the chaos of Korea. ‘PG’ (1:52)

1:00 p.m. (GLOB) 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)

(BRAVO) Rocky (’76, Drama) Sylvester Stal­lone. Heavy­weight champ Apollo Creed gives Philadel­phia club fighter Rocky Bal­boa a ti­tle shot. ‘PG’ (1:59)

1:30 p.m. (SPACE) Harry

Pot­ter and the Deathly Hal­lows: Part 1 (’10, Fan­tasy) Daniel Rad­cliffe. Harry, Ron and Hermione leave Hog­warts be­hind on a mis­sion to de­stroy the Hor­cruxes, the se­crets to Volde­mort’s power and im­mor­tal­ity. ‘PG-13’ (2:26) 2:00 p.m. (YTV) The BFG

(’16, Chil­dren’s) Mark Rylance. A 10-year-old girl, Queen Vic­to­ria and the

Big Friendly Gi­ant must de­vise a plan to get rid of Blood­bot­tler, Flesh­lum­peater and all the other bad giants once and for all. ‘PG’ (1:55) (A&E) The Town (’10, Crime Drama) Ben Af­fleck. A Bos­ton bank rob­ber looks for a way out of his crim­i­nal lifestyle af­ter begin­ning a pas­sion­ate ro­mance with the woman that his gang briefly took hostage. ‘R’ (2:04) (SHOW) Lucy (’14, Ac­tion) Scar­lett Jo­hans­son. An un­will­ing drug mule de­vel­ops su­per­hu­man abil­i­ties af­ter the syn­thetic sub­stance leaks into her sys­tem. ‘R’ (1:28)

(SLICE) There’s Some­thing About Mary (’98, Ro­mance-com­edy)

Cameron Diaz. A geek hires a sleazy pri­vate eye to re­port on a woman he has adored since high school. ‘R’ (1:58) 2:15 p.m. (TCM) Break­ing Away (’79, Com­e­dy­drama) Den­nis Christo­pher. An In­di­ana teen acts Ital­ian as he and his townie bud­dies com­pete with col­lege snobs. ‘PG’ (1:40)

2:30 p.m. (EA1) Win Win

(’11, Com­edy-drama) Paul Gia­matti. A strug­gling at­tor­ney be­comes an el­derly client’s guardian so that he can col­lect the man’s monthly stipend. ‘R’ (1:46) 2:50 p.m. (EA2) Men of Honor

(’00, Drama) Robert De Niro. The U.S. Navy’s first black diver bat­tles a salty chief, racial prej­u­dice and a crippling set­back. ‘R’ (2:09)

3:00 p.m. (FAM) Char­lotte’s Web (’06, Chil­dren’s) Voice of Ju­lia Roberts. Af­ter learn­ing that a young pig’s days are num­bered, a lit­er­ate spi­der weaves an elab­o­rate plan to save her friend from the butcher’s block. ‘G’ (1:38) 3:05 p.m. (MC1) Thank You for Your Ser­vice

(’17, War) Miles Teller. U.S. sol­diers Adam Schu­mann, Tau­solo Aeiti, Will Waller and Michael Emory re­turn home from the war in Iraq. With mem­o­ries of the bat­tle­field still lin­ger­ing, the men soon be­gin their long jour­ney to phys­i­cal and emo­tional re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion. ‘R’ (1:48)

3:10 p.m. (MC3) Bat­tle of the Sexes (’17, Com­e­dy­drama) Emma Stone. The 1973 ten­nis match be­tween Bil­lie Jean King and Bobby Riggs be­came the most watched tele­vised sports event of all time. While trapped in the me­dia glare, King and Riggs fight more per­sonal and com­plex bat­tles. ‘PG-13’ (2:01)

3:30 p.m. (BRAVO) Rocky

II (’79, Drama) Sylvester Stal­lone. Un­der­dog Philadel­phia fighter Rocky Bal­boa gets an­other shot at heavy­weight champ Apollo Creed. ‘PG’ (1:59)

SUN­DAY NOVEM­BER 11 EVENING

4:00 p.m. (CBC) The Lion

King (’94, Chil­dren’s) Voices of Matthew Brod­er­ick. An­i­mated. Af­ter the death of his royal fa­ther, a young lion re­turns to bat­tle his schem­ing un­cle for the jun­gle throne. ‘G’ (1:27) (SHOW) Star Trek Into Dark­ness (’13,

Sci­ence Fic­tion) Chris Pine. Af­ter an act of ter­ror­ism leaves him with a per­sonal score to set­tle, Capt. Kirk de­fies Starfleet reg­u­la­tions and leads his crew on a mis­sion to cap­ture a pow­er­fully de­struc­tive force. ‘PG-13’ (2:12)

4:15 p.m. (TCM) The Guns of Navarone (’61, War) Gregory Peck. Al­lied com­man­dos try to knock out a Nazi fortress over the Aegean. ‘NR’ (2:37)

4:20 p.m. (EA1) A Bril­liant Young Mind (’14, Com­edy-drama) Asa But­ter­field. Strug­gling to build re­la­tion­ships with oth­ers, a teenage math prodigy de­vel­ops a bud­ding friend­ship with a young girl while com­pet­ing at the In­ter­na­tional Math­e­mat­ics Olympiad. ‘PG-13’ (1:51) 4:25 p.m. (SPACE) Harry

Pot­ter and the Deathly Hal­lows: Part 2 (’11, Fan­tasy) Daniel Rad­cliffe. As his show­down with Lord Volde­mort nears, Harry may have to make the ul­ti­mate sac­ri­fice. ‘PG-13’ (2:11)

5:00 p.m. (MC1) Dark­est

Hour (’17, His­tor­i­cal Drama) Gary Old­man. Newly ap­pointed Bri­tish Prime Min­is­ter Win­ston Churchill must de­cide whether to ne­go­ti­ate with Hitler or fight against in­cred­i­ble odds. Dur­ing the coming weeks, Churchill’s coura­geous de­ci­sions and lead­er­ship help change the course of world his­tory. ‘PG-13’ (2:05) 7:00 p.m. (TCM) The Long­est Day (’62, War) John Wayne. In 1944, the U.S. Army and Al­lied forces send a huge force to in­vade Nor­mandy. With much ef­fort and loss of life, the troops make it off the beach and travel deep into French ter­ri­tory. ‘G’ (3:00)

7:10 p.m. (MC1) Dunkirk

(’17, War) Fionn White­head. Ger­many ad­vances into France, trap­ping Al­lied troops on the beaches of Dunkirk. Un­der air and ground cover from Bri­tish and French forces, troops are slowly and me­thod­i­cally evac­u­ated from the beach us­ing ev­ery ves­sel that can be found. ‘PG-13’ (1:47)

(MC3) Blade Run­ner

2049 (’17, Sci­ence Fic­tion) Ryan Gosling. Af­ter dis­cov­er­ing a long-buried se­cret that jeop­ar­dizes what’s left of so­ci­ety, a new blade run­ner em­barks on a quest to find Rick Deckard, a for­mer blade run­ner who’s been miss­ing for 30 years. ‘R’ (2:44)

7:15 p.m. (EA2) The Bridge on the River Kwai

(’57, War) Wil­liam Holden. A Bri­tish POW colonel or­ders his men to build their Ja­panese cap­tor a rail­way bridge in the jun­gle. ‘PG’ (2:41)

8:00 p.m. (EA1) MASH

(’70, Com­edy) Don­ald Suther­land. Hip Army sur­geons Hawk­eye and Trap­per John make their own rules in the chaos of Korea. ‘PG’ (1:52)

(YTV) Kung Fu Panda

(’08, Chil­dren’s) Voices of Jack Black. An­i­mated. Cho­sen to ful­fill an an­cient prophecy, a clumsy panda must be­come a mar­tialarts mas­ter and de­fend his peo­ple from a vil­lain­ous snow leop­ard. ‘PG’ (1:31) 9:00 p.m. (MC2) Bat­tle of the Sexes (’17, Com­e­dy­drama) Emma Stone. The 1973 ten­nis match be­tween Bil­lie Jean King and Bobby Riggs be­came the most watched tele­vised sports event of all time. While trapped in the me­dia glare, King and Riggs fight more per­sonal and com­plex bat­tles. ‘PG-13’ (2:01)

9:05 p.m. (SPACE) Harry

Pot­ter and the Deathly Hal­lows: Part 1 (’10, Fan­tasy) Daniel Rad­cliffe. Harry, Ron and Hermione leave Hog­warts be­hind on a mis­sion to de­stroy the Hor­cruxes, the se­crets to Volde­mort’s power and im­mor­tal­ity. ‘PG-13’ (2:26) 10:00 p.m. (EA2) Full Metal Jacket (’87, War) Matthew Mo­dine. A Marine and his companions en­dure ba­sic train­ing un­der a sadis­tic drill sergeant and fight in the 1968 Tet of­fen­sive. ‘R’ (1:56)

(MC3) T2 Trainspot­ting

(’17, Com­edy-drama) Ewan Mcgre­gor. Mark Ren­ton re­unites with old bud­dies Spud, Sick Boy and Beg­bie af­ter re­turn­ing to the only place that he can ever call home. ‘R’ (1:57)

(APTN) Pass­chen­daele

(’08, War) Caroline Dhav­er­nas. Sgt. Dunne re­turns to war to look af­ter a nurse’s brother. ‘NR’

(BRAVO) Rocky (’76, Drama) Sylvester Stal­lone. Heavy­weight champ Apollo Creed gives Philadel­phia club fighter Rocky Bal­boa a ti­tle shot. ‘PG’ (1:59)

10:15 p.m. (TCM) The D.I.

(’57, Drama) Jack Webb. A Marine drill in­struc­tor pushes re­cruits, one in par­tic­u­lar, dur­ing 12 weeks of boot camp. ‘NR’ (1:46)

10:30 p.m. (SHOW) Lucy

(’14, Ac­tion) Scar­lett Jo­hans­son. An un­will­ing drug mule de­vel­ops su­per­hu­man abil­i­ties af­ter the syn­thetic sub­stance leaks into her sys­tem. ‘R’ (1:28)

11:05 p.m. (MC2) Lady Mac­beth (’16, His­tor­i­cal Drama) Florence Pugh. In ru­ral Eng­land, 1865, a woman who is trapped in a love­less mar­riage to a much older man be­gins a pas­sion­ate af­fair with a man her own age. ‘R’ (1:29)

11:25 p.m. (SRC) Che­val de guerre (’11, Drame His­torique) Emily Wat­son. Après avoir été sé­paré de son pro­prié­taire bien-aimé, un che­val re­mar­quable trans­forme et in­spire la vie de tous ceux qu’il ren­con­tre sur les champs de bataille pen­dant la Première Guerre mon­di­ale. ‘PG-13’ (2:26) Mid­night (EA2) Jar­head

(’05, War) Jake Gyl­len­haal. A Marine and his com­rades form broth­erly bonds while pa­trolling the Iraqi desert dur­ing the Gulf War. ‘R’ (2:03)

(MC3) Kong: Skull Is­land

(’17, Ad­ven­ture) Tom Hid­dle­ston. Sci­en­tists, sol­diers and ad­ven­tur­ers en­counter the mighty

Kong and other mon­strous crea­tures af­ter trav­el­ing to an un­charted is­land in the Pa­cific Ocean. ‘PG-13’ (1:58) 12:05 a.m. (SPACE) Harry

Pot­ter and the Deathly Hal­lows: Part 2 (’11, Fan­tasy) Daniel Rad­cliffe. As his show­down with Lord Volde­mort nears, Harry may have to make the ul­ti­mate sac­ri­fice. ‘PG-13’ (2:11)

1:00 a.m. (APTN) Pass­chen­daele (’08, War) Caroline Dhav­er­nas. Sgt. Dunne re­turns to war to look af­ter a nurse’s brother. ‘NR’

1:51 a.m. (SRC) Le cri ul­time

(’99, Drame) James Woods. Dans les an­nées

70, le des­tin trag­ique de cinq su­perbes soeurs mar­que longtemps les garçons du quartier qui les adorent. ‘R’ (1:37)

2:00 a.m. (YTV) Kung Fu Panda (’08, Chil­dren’s) Voices of Jack Black. An­i­mated. Cho­sen to ful­fill an an­cient prophecy, a clumsy panda must be­come a mar­tial-arts mas­ter and de­fend his peo­ple from a vil­lain­ous snow leop­ard. ‘PG’ (1:31)

2:30 a.m. (BRAVO) Rocky

II (’79, Drama) Sylvester Stal­lone. Un­der­dog

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