FOX FLICKS

With Leigh Paatsch

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HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON: THE HID­DEN WORLD

9.05PM, SUN­DAY, FOX­TEL FAM­ILY

THE third in­stal­ment in the an­i­mated series based on the books by Cres­sida Cow­ell. Hic­cup’s utopian con­cept of mankind and dragons all liv­ing to­gether in har­mony needs more room, and fast.

CO­LETTE

1.10PM, MON­DAY, FOX­TEL PRE­MIERE

KEIRA Knightley plays the leg­endary French lit­er­ary fig­ure, whose books were the talk of Paris; with the hero­ine’s provoca­tive love life of­ten mir­ror­ing that of the au­thor, who pub­lished un­der the name of her hus­band (Do­minic West).

SPY

STREAM­ING, FOX­TEL ON DE­MAND

MELISSA McCarthy plays a CIA desk clerk up­graded to dan­ger­ous field work when a star agent (Jude Law) goes MIA. Amus­ing sup­port from Ja­son Statham as the CIA’s most in­de­struc­tible agent. Co-stars Rose Byrne.

THE BEA­TLES: EIGHT DAYS A WEEK NOON, WED­NES­DAY, FOX­TEL MAS­TER­PIECE

FROM the first global out­break of Beatle­ma­nia (circa 1962), to the de­ci­sion to never set foot on a sta­dium stage again (1966), direc­tor Ron Howard pulls to­gether this doco fea­tur­ing all four Bea­tles.

WI­D­OWS

8.30PM, THURS­DAY, FOX­TEL PRE­MIERE

THOUGH com­pletely in­ex­pe­ri­enced as crooks com­pared to their late hus­bands, Veron­ica (Vi­ola Davis), Linda (Michelle Rodriguez) and Alice (El­iz­a­beth De­bicki) have no choice but to take the plunge as thieves.

CRAZY STUPID LOVE 8.30PM, FRI­DAY, 7FLIX

STEVE Carell stars as a mid­dle-aged Mr Av­er­age who has just been dumped by his wife (Ju­lianne Moore). With as­sis­tance from a younger Mr Smooth (Ryan Gosling), he grad­u­ally be­comes a pro­fi­cient player of the dat­ing game.

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME 8.30PM, SATUR­DAY, SBS

ANY­ONE who can re­mem­ber what it was like to fall in love for the first time will en­joy this. Set in the idyl­lic Ital­ian coun­try­side, 17-year-old Elio (Ti­mothee Cha­la­met) meets house guest Oliver (Ar­mie Ham­mer), a grad­u­ate stu­dent.

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