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    11:00


    McLintock! (Film) Film icon 4 star rating U certificate
    John Wayne stars as cattle baron McLintock, with Maureen O'Hara as Kate in this comedy western adaptation of The Taming of the Shrew. Set in the eponymous town of McLintock, the local cattle ranchers are in hot dispute with newcomer homesteaders.
    Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
    Starring: John Wayne, Maureen O'Hara, Patrick Wayne, Stefanie Powers, Jack Kruschen, Chill Wills
    (Subtitles, 1963, U, 4 Star)

    13:30


    The Hindenburg (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    Robert Wise's dramatic retelling of 1937's ill-fated transatlantic flight suggests conspiracy and cover-up were at the heart of the tragedy. Following a swirl of rumours about sabotage, Colonel Franz Ritter is assigned to the airship's flight as chief of security. He travels from Europe with an interesting set of passengers: from Anne Bancroft's countess to scheming businessmen, an entertainer, a Gestapo man and others with potentially suspicious reasons for being on that particular flight. The film's conspiracy theory hints that the full facts will never be known, as its story builds to its dramatic conclusion in the airspace over New Jersey.
    Director: Robert Wise
    Starring: George C. Scott, Anne Bancroft, William Atherton, Roy Thinnes, Gig Young, Burgess Meredith
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1975, PG, 3 Star)

    16:00


    The Sea Chase (Film) Film icon U certificate
    John Wayne playing a Nazi? Surely not! Well, almost: in John Farrow's war-time action film, he plays Karl Ehrlich, the captain of a German merchant ship caught in Australian waters at the outbreak of the war. Determined to get home but pursued by the British Navy, he sets sail even though he's short of food and fuel. Also on board is Elsa Keller, Wayne's ex-flame and possibly a Nazi spy, who was engaged to Commander Jeff Napier, who just happens to be in charge of the pursuing destroyer. As the race for home speeds up, so do the heartbeats of Karl and Elsa, trapped together on the Ergenstrasse.
    Director: John Farrow
    Starring: John Wayne, Lana Turner, David Farrar, Lyle Bettger, Tab Hunter, James Arness
    (Subtitles, Audio Described, 1955, U, 2 Star)

    18:25


    Star Trek: The Motion Picture (Film) Film icon 3 star rating U certificate
    The first spin-off movie from the TV series, directed by Robert Wise, stars William Shatner as Admiral James T Kirk, Leonard Nimoy as Mr Spock and DeForst Kelley as Dr Leonard McCoy in a spectacular adventure. Kirk, deskbound at Starfleet Command, goes aboard the Enterprise to hand over command but he has to take control again in order to avert a crisis. A huge energy cloud that destroys everything in its path is heading towards Earth, apparently seeking its creator. Can Kirk and his crew solve the mystery of its origins and avert disaster? This screening is introduced by Leonard Nimoy.
    Director: Robert Wise
    Starring: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan, George Takei, Majel Barrett
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 1979, U, 3 Star)

    21:00


    The Mechanic (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 15 certificate
    Jason Statham stars in director Simon West's action retread of Michael Winner's 1972 revenge thriller. Arthur Bishop earns his living as a 'mechanic', a euphemism for hitman that betrays the precision and emotional detachment with which he goes about his business. And that even applies when he's contracted to kill his wheelchair-using mentor Harry McKenna, though he does at least demand to know why he should send his friend to an early grave. Things then get awkward for Bishop, when McKenna's son Steve asks if he'll tutor him. Their partnership develops in fits and starts, but Bishop's boss Dean Sanderson makes it clear he's not happy with the nascent partnership's latest assassination. So, with all the main players inherently suspicious trained killers, and various motives for murder in the air, it won't take much to spark bloodshed - and that catalyst comes with an unexpected sighting at an airport... First screening on Film4.
    Director: Simon West
    Starring: Jason Statham, Ben Foster, Tony Goldwyn, Donald Sutherland, Jeff Chase, Mini Anden
    (Premiere, Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2011, 15, 3 Star)



    22:50


    Fatal Attraction (Film) Film icon 4 star rating 18 certificate
    Controversial thriller about a glamorous career woman who loses control when her married lover, a Manhattan attorney, ends their brief affair. Unable to accept his rejection, she pursues him at the office and then at his home, eventually drawing his wife and daughter into the confrontation. Violence and bloodshed figure in the intensifying nightmare before its harrowing conclusion.
    Director: Adrian Lyne
    Starring: Michael Douglas, Glenn Close, Anne Archer, Ellen Hamilton Latzen, Stuart Pankin, Ellen Foley
    (Subtitles, Audio Described, 1987, 18, 4 Star)

    01:10


    Close My Eyes (Film) Film icon 4 star rating 18 certificate
    Richard and Natalie are a brother and sister who have been brought up by different parents and have never been close. At the start of a long, hot summer in present-day London, their paths cross once more; only now their roles are curiously reversed. While Richard is full of doubts about his previous way of life and has taken a poorly paid job, a seemingly self-possessed Natalie is living in Home Counties ease and splendour with her rich and eccentric husband Sinclair. Richard is transfixed by the apparent change in his now beautiful sister and when the two finally meet in private in Richard's flat their mutual attraction runs out of control. Directed and written by Stephen Poliakoff.
    Director: Stephen Poliakoff
    Starring: Alan Rickman, Clive Owen, Saskia Reeves, Karl Johnson, Lesley Sharp, Kate Gartside
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1990, 18, 4 Star)
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    Drums Along the Mohawk (Film) Film icon 5 star rating PG certificate
    Classic John Ford western starring Henry Fonda as a farmer who marries easterner Claudette Colbert and takes her west to his farm in the Mohawk Valley, where they are subjected to attacks by marauding Native Americans.
    Director: John Ford
    Starring: Claudette Colbert, Henry Fonda, Edna May Oliver, Eddie Collins, John Carradine, Dorris Bowdon
    (Subtitles, 1939, PG, 5 Star)

    13:05


    The Thief of Bagdad (Film) Film icon 4 star rating U certificate
    Classic fantasy adventure starring Conrad Veidt as Jaffar, an evil magician intent on usurping the King and claiming the princess as his own. But he reckons without the intervention of Abu, the eponymous young crook.
    Director: Ludwig Berger, Michael Powell
    Starring: Conrad Veidt, Sabu, June Duprez, John Justin, Rex Ingram, Miles Malleson
    (Subtitles, 1940, U, 4 Star)

    15:10


    Dakota Incident (Film) Film icon U certificate
    In Lewis R Foster's western, which is enhanced by the spectacular photography of Ernest Haller, Dale Robertson plays bank robber John Banner, who decides to go straight. Pitching up in the small town of Christian Flats, he offers to drive the stagecoach to Laramie, despite the last one returning with the driver and passengers killed by Cheyenne warriors. Aboard the coach is a mix of the good and the bad, including bank teller John Carter, suspected of one of Banner's robberies, showgirl Amy Clarke and pro-Native American Senator Blakely. Ambushed by the Cheyenne, the group must fight for their lives.
    Director: Lewis R. Foster
    Starring: Linda Darnell, Dale Robertson, John Lund, Ward Bond, Regis Toomey, Skip Homeier
    (Subtitles, 1956, U, 2 Star)

    17:00


    Carry on Regardless (Film) Film icon PG certificate
    Gerald Thomas's classic Carry On comedy charts the wild adventures of Bert Handy's Helping Hands agency, which supplies staff for a variety of outside jobs. Its employees include characters played by Carry On regulars Williams, Kenneth Connor, Charles Hawtrey and Joan Sims, along with Liz Fraser and Bill Owen. But the jobs that the agency attracts range from the bizarre to the curious, and even the simplest task proves too much for the willing staff.
    Director: Gerald Thomas
    Starring: Sid James, Kenneth Connor, Charles Hawtrey, Joan Sims, Kenneth Williams, Bill Owen
    (Black and White, Subtitles, Audio Described, 1961, PG, 2 Star)

    18:45


    Hope Floats (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    The first of a double-bill of Sandra Bullock films to mark the release of her latest movie, Gravity, on Friday 8 November. What's the worst situation in which to discover that your partner has been cheating on you? Birdee Pruitt finds out her husband Bill has been having an affair with her best friend when they all take part in a daytime chat show. Humiliated, she leaves Chicago for her small home town, where all her old friends and neighbours have seen the show and are revelling in her downfall from once high-and-mighty prom queen. Except for Justin Matisse, an ex-school friend who has secretly carried a torch for her for years. Forest Whitaker's moving romantic drama charts Birdee's emotional fall and rise, with Gena Rowlands as her mother providing the salty voice of reality, and Mae Whitman as her feisty daughter Bernice. The Bullock double-bill continues with Premonition.
    Director: Forest Whitaker
    Starring: Sandra Bullock, Harry Connick Jr., Gena Rowlands, Mae Whitman, Michael Par, Cameron Finley
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1998, PG, 3 Star)



    21:00


    Premonition (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 12 certificate
    The second film in tonight's Sandra Bullock double-bill, marking the release of her new movie Gravity. Menna Yapo's fantasy drama stars Sandra Bullock as Linda Hanson, an ordinary housewife with two children whose life is turned upside down when her husband Jim is killed in a car crash. After falling into a grief-stricken sleep, she wakes up to find him in the kitchen drinking coffee. At first she believes she has had a nightmare but the next morning she wakes to his funeral preparations. While everyone else thinks she's going mad, Linda realises that she's caught in a time slip, with the days before and after Jim's death all mixed up. Now she must work out how to prevent his death without causing tragic consequences for her or her daughters.
    Director: Mennan Yapo
    Starring: Sandra Bullock, Julian McMahon, Shyann McClure, Courtney Taylor Burness, Nia Long, Irene Ziegler
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2007, 12, 3 Star)

    22:55


    Copycat (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 18 certificate
    Sigourney Weaver stars in Jon Amiel's lauded thriller as Helen Hudson, an agoraphobic psychologist working with cop MJ Monahan and her partner Reuben Goetz. The trio are on the trail of a serial-killer with a difference: each of his murders is based on the modus operandi of famous serial killers from the past. And in order to track him down, they must call upon the opinions and insights of convicted killer Daryll Lee Cullum, with whom Hudson shares an unsettling past.
    Director: Jon Amiel
    Starring: Sigourney Weaver, Holly Hunter, Dermot Mulroney, William McNamara, Harry Connick Jr., J.E. Freeman
    (Subtitles, 1995, 18, 3 Star)

    01:20


    Breakfast on Pluto (Film) Film icon 4 star rating 15 certificate
    Cillian Murphy plays Patrick 'Kitten' Braden, an Irish transvestite orphan who is determined to track down his mother who moved to London. As he trawls through 70s London, he gets involved with a rock group, is accused of being an IRA bomber and even has to resort to prostitution to make ends meet, before finding out the truth behind his birth. Neil Jordan's drama also stars Liam Neeson, Ruth Negga, Brendan Gleeson and Gavin Friday.
    Director: Neil Jordan
    Starring: Cillian Murphy, Liam Neeson, Ruth Negga, Laurence Kinlan, Stephen Rea, Brendan Gleeson
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 2006, 15, 4 Star)
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    D.O.A. (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    Frank tells police that he has been murdered. Knowing that a slow-acting poison will leave him dead in a week, Frank desperately tries to find his own killer. Innovative film noir, remade in 1988 with Dennis Quaid as the doomed man.
    Director: Rudolph Mat
    Starring: Edmond O'Brien, Pamela Britton, Luther Adler, Beverly Garland, Lynn Baggett, William Ching
    (Black and White, Subtitles, 1950, PG, 3 Star)

    12:40


    Cloak and Dagger (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 12 certificate
    Fritz Lang's spy thriller stars Gary Cooper as Professor Alvah Jesper, a mild-mannered American physicist who is sent on a mission to Europe to rescue a nuclear scientist held by the Nazis and falls in love with an Italian underground fighter.
    Director: Richard Franklin, Fritz Lang
    Starring: Gary Cooper, Lilli Palmer, Robert Alda
    (Black and White, Subtitles, 1946, 12, 3 Star)

    14:50


    The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    'When the legend becomes fact, print the legend' is the famous quote from what is considered to be one of John Ford's finest westerns, and it pretty much sums up the film. Greenhorn lawyer Ransom Stoddard sets up in a frontier town where everyone, bar the tough-but-decent Tom Doniphon, fears the brutal bully Liberty Valance. As Stoddard's influence grows and Valance's wanes, a confrontation between the two seems inevitable. And it duly comes, with a result that shocks the town.
    Director: John Ford
    Starring: John Wayne, James Stewart, Vera Miles, Lee Marvin, Edmond O'Brien, Andy Devine
    (Black and White, Subtitles, 1962, PG, 3 Star)

    17:15


    Mysterious Island (Film) Film icon 3 star rating U certificate
    Cy Endfield's science-fiction movie, based on the novel by Jules Verne, stars Michael Craig and Michael Callan as soldiers who try to escape from the American Civil War and inadvertently end up on a South Seas island. Here, accompanied by three other renegades, they encounter two beautiful shipwrecked English ladies and a host of less-than-beautiful monsters. Co-starring Joan Greenwood and with special effects by Ray Harryhausen.
    Director: Cy Endfield
    Starring: Mikey Craig, Joan Greenwood, Michael Callan, Gary Merrill, Herbert Lom, Beth Rogan
    (Premiere, Subtitles, 1961, U, 3 Star)

    19:15


    How She Move (Film) Film icon 12 certificate
    Ian Iqbal Rashid's drama stars Rutina Wesley as Raya, a young woman mourning the death of her sister from a drugs overdose and spurning the street culture around her. Hearing of a dance contest that could fund the private education her parents can't afford, she hooks up with the streetwise but bookish Quake, joining a dance crew vying for supremacy in the final against rival Michelle. Choreographed by Hi-Hat, this is an exuberant mix of dance and teen drama. Edited for content.
    Director: Ian Iqbal Rashid
    Starring: Tre Armstrong, Boyd Banks, Cl Bennett, Ardon Bess, Conrad Coates, Keyshia Cole
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 2007, 12, 1 Star)



    21:00


    Red (Film) Film icon 4 star rating 12 certificate
    When a retired CIA 'black-ops' agent is the victim of an assassination attempt, he recruits his former colleagues to help track down the culprit.
    Director: Robert Schwentke
    Starring: Bruce Willis, Mary-Louise Parker, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren, Karl Urban, Morgan Freeman
    (Editor's Choice, Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2010, 12, 4 Star)

    23:10


    Lion's Den (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 18 certificate
    Argentinian director Pablo Trapero's moving prison drama starring Martina Gusman is set in a real high-security jail, and features supporting roles from the institution's inmates and employees. Julia wakes, groggy from the previous evening's narcotic excesses, showers and heads out for the day in Buenos Aires. When she gets back, it's to a bloodbath: there's the gorily slain body of her boyfriend, and his boyfriend is there too, viciously stabbed but still alive. Suddenly the police arrive, and Julia is hauled off to a maximum security detention centre to await trial for murder.
    Director: Pablo Trapero
    Starring: Martina Gusman, Elli Medeiros, Rodrigo Santoro, Laura Garca, Toms Plotinsky, Leonardo Sauma
    (Premiere, Widescreen, Subtitles, Subtitled, In Spanish with English Subtitles, 2008, 18, 3 Star)

    01:20


    French Connection II (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 18 certificate
    John Frankenheimer's crime thriller sequel moves the action to France; and from a fictionalised account of detective James 'Popeye' Doyle's exploits to an adventure that's purely fictional. Doyle is sent across the Atlantic to track down heroin trafficker Alain Charnier on his home turf in Marseille. Unable to speak French and feeling hemmed in by his Gallic hosts, Doyle decides to strike out on his own and capture the kingpin by himself. This proves to be a very poor decision, for he is kidnapped by his prey and has a terrible form of revenge inflicted upon him. Down, but not quite out, Doyle steels himself for one last attempt to bring down his nemesis.
    Director: John Frankenheimer
    Starring: Gene Hackman, Fernando Rey, Bernard Fresson, Jean-Pierre Castaldi, Charles Millot, Cathleen Nesbitt
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 1975, 18, 3 Star)
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    11:00


    Bal (Film) Film icon 4 star rating PG certificate
    The final part of Semih Kaplanoglu's trilogy about the life of Yusuf - which began by detailing his adult years in Yumurta and traced his adolescence - explores the protagonist's childhood. Yusuf is six years old and lives in the undeveloped, verdant lands of north-east Turkey, up by the Black Sea. He finds reading difficult and has a stutter, which makes him yearn all the more for one of his teacher's awards for reading aloud, and means he's a target for school bullies.
    Director: Semih Kaplanoglu
    Starring: Bora Altas, Erdal Besikioglu, Tlin zen, Ayse Altay, Alev Uarer, zkan Akcay
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 2010, PG, 4 Star)

    13:05


    They Who Dare (Film) Film icon 3 star rating U certificate
    Lewis Milestone, who was responsible for classics such as Mutiny on the Bounty and All Quiet on the Western Front, directs this World War II drama, set in the Aegean Sea and extolling the Special Boat Service. Led by Lieutenant Graham, the squadron of English and Greek operatives secretly hop from island to island, sabotaging Axis air bases. But their biggest mission comes when they are called upon to dynamite air bases on heavily-defended Rhodes.
    Director: Lewis Milestone
    Starring: Dirk Bogarde, Denholm Elliott, Akim Tamiroff, Grard Oury, Eric Pohlmann, Alec Mango
    (Subtitles, 1953, U, 3 Star)

    15:15


    The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    Ingrid Bergman stars as Gladys Aylward in Oscar-nominated Mark Robson's dramatic film, loosely based on fact. Rejected for missionary work in China, Aylward makes her own way there and wins over a powerful mandarin to Christianity despite his initial suspicions. But the test of her faith comes when the Chino-Japanese war breaks out in 1940 and she must guide 100 children to safety through enemy territory.
    Director: Mark Robson
    Starring: Ingrid Bergman, Curd Jrgens, Robert Donat, Michael David, Athene Seyler, Ronald Squire
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1958, PG, 3 Star)

    18:20


    The Legend of Zorro (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    Antonio Banderas and Catherine Zeta-Jones reprise their roles from the 1998 western adventure The Mask of Zorro, in a sequel that takes a more slapstick approach to its swashbuckling than the original. The action takes place a decade after our first encounter with Don Alejandro de la Vega, better known in his guise as the masked champion of the poor, Zorro. With California on the verge of joining the Union as its 31st state, it finally looks as though Don Alejandro will be able to spend more of his time raising his son Joaquin and being with his wife Elena. But an unsettling incident and the emergence of a sinister organisation that's determined to keep California separate brings marital discord for Don Alejandro, danger to his son and a greater need than ever before for Zorro to don his floppy hat, tie on the mask and pick up his sword... Edited for content.
    Director: Martin Campbell
    Starring: Antonio Banderas, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Rufus Sewell, Michael Emerson, Pedro Armendriz Jr., Alberto Reyes
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 2005, PG, 3 Star)

    21:00


    The Kids are All Right (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 15 certificate
    Lisa Cholodenko directed and co-wrote this truthful and spritely comedy drama about a sperm donor meeting the family he anonymously helped to create. Gay couple Nic and Jules are muddling along in perfectly imperfect normality with their teenaged children Joni and Laser when suddenly Laser gets it into his head that he'd like to find out what it's like to have a dad. Joni duly tracks down Paul, a laid-back, motorbike-riding restaurant proprietor who claims he donated to a sperm bank because it looked 'more fun than donating blood'. Paul's introduction to the family shakes up the status quo with both comic and dramatic effects, and it is the chief strength of Cholodenko's film that the two are deftly balanced so that we both laugh and sympathise with the characters. With sophisticated and charming performances from the lead players and a refreshingly unpreachy tone, this is a funny and moving story about a believably modern American family. First screening on Film4.
    Director: Lisa Cholodenko
    Starring: Annette Bening, Julianne Moore, Mark Ruffalo, Mia Wasikowska, Josh Hutcherson, Yaya Alafia
    (Premiere, Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2010, 15, 3 Star)



    23:10


    Underworld: Evolution (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 18 certificate
    The battle for supremacy between the vampires and the werewolves, as chronicled in Underworld, continues. The vampiric Selene and Lycan Michael have to deal both with their forbidden romance and those who now pursue them. The hunters are Marcus, who seeks Selene's knowledge of the whereabouts of his long-lost brother, and Alexander Corvinus, an immortal who, unknown to them, is the father of Marcus and his psychopathic Lycan brother. Len Wiseman's action fantasy thriller is fast-moving, with great special effects, and Beckinsale in particular is in thrilling form.
    Director: Len Wiseman
    Starring: Kate Beckinsale, Scott Speedman, Tony Curran, Shane Brolly, Derek Jacobi, Bill Nighy
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 2005, 18, 3 Star)

    01:15


    Red Desert (Film) Film icon 4 star rating 15 certificate
    Il deserto rosso was Michelangelo Antonioni's first work using colour film and the director intended it to be akin to a painting, resulting in a bold experiment in colour and tone, often bordering on abstraction. The drama itself is set in the factory-polluted valley of Ravenna, in which Italy's post-Second World War industrial renaissance is well under way, though at an apparently heavy cost to the environment. Against this backdrop, Giuliana is a young mother fighting a suicidal depression, not helped by the grimness of her surroundings and the fact that her engineer husband, Ugo, is out of work while there's a strike at his factory. And when Corrado Zeller one of Ugo's friends arrives in town, Giuliana is dangerously drawn to him.
    Director: Michelangelo Antonioni
    Starring: Monica Vitti, Richard Harris, Carlo Chionetti, Xenia Valderi, Rita Renoir, Lili Rheims
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Subtitled, In Italian with English Subtitles, 1964, 15, 4 Star)
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    Warlock (Film) Film icon 4 star rating U certificate
    Romantic western about a town that is led by a town of thugs. Gunfighter Curt was supposed to be the saviour of Warlock. But after he turns out wilder than the cowboys he was hired to tame, former gunslinger Johnny joins the good guys as sheriff.
    Director: Edward Dmytryk
    Starring: Richard Widmark, Henry Fonda, Anthony Quinn, Dorothy Malone, Dolores Michaels, Wallace Ford
    (Subtitles, 1959, U, 4 Star)

    13:25


    Stalag 17 (Film) Film icon 4 star rating PG certificate
    Classic prisoner of war comedy drama starring William Holden in his Oscar-winning performance as an opportunistic American prisoner suspected of being a spy for the Germans.
    Director: Billy Wilder
    Starring: William Holden, Don Taylor, Otto Preminger, Robert Strauss, Harvey Lembeck, Richard Erdman
    (Black and White, Subtitles, 1953, PG, 4 Star)

    15:50


    McLintock! (Film) Film icon 4 star rating U certificate
    John Wayne stars as cattle baron McLintock, with Maureen O'Hara as Kate in this comedy western adaptation of The Taming of the Shrew. Set in the eponymous town of McLintock, the local cattle ranchers are in hot dispute with newcomer homesteaders.
    Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
    Starring: John Wayne, Maureen O'Hara, Patrick Wayne, Stefanie Powers, Jack Kruschen, Chill Wills
    (Subtitles, 1963, U, 4 Star)

    18:20


    The Parent Trap (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    Family comedy about identical twin sisters who are separated at birth when their parents divorce. Years later the girls meet at a summer camp and, despite strikingly different personalities, agree to a scheme to reunite their parents. When camp ends, they change places and start their plan with the first goal to scare off a gold-digger pursuing their father. A new remake of the 1961 favourite staring Hayley Mills.
    Director: Nancy Meyers
    Starring: Lindsay Lohan, Dennis Quaid, Natasha Richardson, Elaine Hendrix, Lisa Ann Walter
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 1998, PG, 3 Star)

    21:00


    Patriot Games (Film) Film icon 4 star rating 15 certificate
    Harrison Ford plays an ex-CIA agent who, on a visit to London with his family, foils the assassination of a government minister by the IRA, killing one of the attackers in the process. Swearing vengeance IRA man Sean Bean follows Ford and his family to their seaside home in America where he and his followers plan to exact their revenge. Based on Tom Clancy's novel.
    Director: Phillip Noyce
    Starring: Harrison Ford, Anne Archer, Patrick Bergin, Sean Bean, Thora Birch, James Fox
    (Subtitles, 1992, 15, 4 Star)



    23:15


    Splice (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 15 certificate
    Canadian director Vincenzo Natali's visceral horror film is a sophisticated study of the consequences of genetic engineering, in which Adrien Brody and Sarah Polley play scientists and lovers pushing against ethical and legal boundaries in their determination to create new life. With nods to Frankenstein, Alien, Species and the body horror of early David Cronenberg, the plot sees the pair secretly splicing human DNA into a cocktail of other genetic material, with consequences that highlight the scientists' character flaws as much as the danger posed by the result of the experiment.
    Director: Vincenzo Natali
    Starring: Adrien Brody, Sarah Polley, Delphine Chanac, Brandon McGibbon, Simona Maicanescu, David Hewlett
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 2009, 15, 3 Star)

    01:20


    Mysterious Skin (Film) Film icon 4 star rating 18 certificate
    Gregg Araki's haunting film opens with two kids in the 80s who both play Little League baseball. One awakes after a five-hour blackout, nosebleeding, while the other develops a crush on the team's coach. Now, in their teens, one believes he was kidnapped by aliens, while the other is now a gay hustler. By chance they hook up again and slowly realise that although their lives took different paths, they are bound by the same past. Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut Don Jon is released in the UK on Friday 8 November.
    Director: Gregg Araki
    Starring: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Brady Corbet, Elisabeth Shue, Michelle Trachtenberg, Bill Sage, Jeffrey Licon
    (Subtitles, 2004, 18, 4 Star)
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    Mysterious Island (Film) Film icon 3 star rating U certificate
    Cy Endfield's science-fiction movie, based on the novel by Jules Verne, stars Michael Craig and Michael Callan as soldiers who try to escape from the American Civil War and inadvertently end up on a South Seas island. Here, accompanied by three other renegades, they encounter two beautiful shipwrecked English ladies and a host of less-than-beautiful monsters. Co-starring Joan Greenwood and with special effects by Ray Harryhausen.
    Director: Cy Endfield
    Starring: Mikey Craig, Joan Greenwood, Michael Callan, Gary Merrill, Herbert Lom, Beth Rogan
    (Subtitles, 1961, U, 3 Star)

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    Bride Wars (Film) Film icon PG certificate
    Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway star in Gary Winick's romantic comedy as best friends competing to nab the same location for their wedding reception. When Liv and Emma were girls they attended such an impressive wedding at New York's landmark Plaza Hotel that they swore that, when the time came, they would each celebrate their nuptials there. Twenty years later, after saying 'yes' to their respective fiancs, they've instructed their wedding planner to book the ceremony of their dreams. But because of a clerical error they're both given the same slot, and neither is willing to concede. Instead, their friendship is jettisoned as they resort to underhand tactics in a bid to sabotage each other and fulfil their marriage fantasies.
    Director: Gary Winick
    Starring: Kate Hudson, Anne Hathaway, Bryan Greenberg, Chris Pratt, Steve Howey, Candice Bergen
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2009, PG, 2 Star)

    14:45


    Cutthroat Island (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    In Renny Harlin's swashbuckling adventure, Geena Davis plays Morgan Adams, whose pirate father bequeaths her one third of a treasure map. Her two uncles have the other two sections, while an evil third uncle, Dawg Brown, is after the complete map and the treasure. Adams buys convict William Shaw at a slave auction to translate the map's Latin inscriptions and he soon becomes her love interest. And so the stage is set for storms, sea battles, swordfights and, of course, the discovery of the treasure and the final confrontation.
    Director: Renny Harlin
    Starring: Geena Davis, Matthew Modine, Frank Langella, Maury Chaykin, Patrick Malahide, Stan Shaw
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1995, PG, 3 Star)

    17:05


    Tooth Fairy (Film) Film icon PG certificate
    Dwayne Johnson stars in Michael Lembeck's family fantasy comedy about a tough-guy sportsman who learns the hard way not to puncture a child's illusions. Derek Thompson is an ice hockey pro whose main tactical use is the flattening of opponents - often depriving them of a tooth or two in the process. His aggression has earned him the nickname 'Tooth Fairy', but when he unsportingly tells his girlfriend's daughter that tooth fairies don't exist in reality, he's in for a bit of a shock. Unknown to him they do - and they take great umbrage at his slight. Thompson is whipped away to Fairy Land, where he's tried for his misdemeanour and sentenced to a week's community service as a tooth fairy. Thus he sprouts wings, is furnished with an outfit completely at odds with his usual image and is given Tracy as a mentor. And, as the comedic misunderstandings and slapstick errors steadily mount, it's clear Thompson wasn't cut out for his new line of work.
    Director: Michael Lembeck
    Starring: Dwayne Johnson, Ashley Judd, Stephen Merchant, Ryan Sheckler, Seth MacFarlane, Julie Andrews
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 2010, PG, 2 Star)

    19:10


    Chalet Girl (Film) Film icon 12 certificate
    Felicity Jones and Ed Westwick star in this bright and breezy British romcom. There was a time when working-class Kim reigned supreme as a skateboarding champion; but that was before her mother's death changed everything for her and her dad Bill. Now she's decided to give up her fast-food job and chance her arm with a new career as a chalet girl in an Alpine ski resort, where she hopes to win a life-changing sum of money in a snowboarding competition. Obviously, as well learning how to transfer her skateboarding skills to the slopes, she'll also have to acquire the knack of deflecting unwanted attention from the resort's predominantly posh, testosterone-fuelled young male clientele.
    Director: Tom Williams
    Starring: Felicity Jones, Ed Westwick, Bill Nighy, Brooke Shields, Tamsin Egerton, Bill Bailey
    (Premiere, Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2011, 12)



    21:00


    Hot Tub Time Machine (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 15 certificate
    Steve Pink's boisterous sci-fi comedy stars John Cusack, Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson and Clark Duke as four men who find an unexpected portal through time. Adam and his friends Nick and Lou are in their 40s and deeply dissatisfied with the way their lives have turned out. Wanting to recapture a little of the hedonism and youthful anarchy of their 20s, they take a trip to a resort they frequented back then for a trip down memory lane. Taking along Adam's nephew Jacob, they are disappointed to find that the resort is now more or less a ramshackle ruin.
    Director: Steve Pink
    Starring: John Cusack, Clark Duke, Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry, Sebastian Stan, Lyndsy Fonseca
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2010, 15, 3 Star)

    22:55


    Frozen (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 15 certificate
    Adam Green wrote and directed this chilly thriller in which three friends' ill-advised bribery of a chair lift operator results in a terrifying night at the top of a mountain. On a weekend away in New England, Dan Walker, his girlfriend Parker O'Neill and best friend Joe Lynch insist on one last trip on the ski lift before the slopes close for the night. But when the chair grinds to a halt high above the ground, and the lights of the ski resort are turned off, they face a life-threatening night of frostbite, hypothermia and hail, as well as unknown dangers lurking below. With judicious use of gore, the suspense builds as the friends' fear of their extreme situation spirals.
    Director: Adam Green
    Starring: Emma Bell, Shawn Ash, Kevin Zegers, Ed Ackerman, Rileah Vanderbilt, Kane Hodder
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 2010, 15, 3 Star)

    00:45


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    Director: Colors Creative Team
    Starring: TBC, Erin Karpluk, Seth Green, Keir Gilchrist
    (PG)
    A little appreciation inspires more hard work . "press Thanks to show it"

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    11:00


    Dakota Incident (Film) Film icon U certificate
    In Lewis R Foster's western, which is enhanced by the spectacular photography of Ernest Haller, Dale Robertson plays bank robber John Banner, who decides to go straight. Pitching up in the small town of Christian Flats, he offers to drive the stagecoach to Laramie, despite the last one returning with the driver and passengers killed by Cheyenne warriors. Aboard the coach is a mix of the good and the bad, including bank teller John Carter, suspected of one of Banner's robberies, showgirl Amy Clarke and pro-Native American Senator Blakely. Ambushed by the Cheyenne, the group must fight for their lives.
    Director: Lewis R. Foster
    Starring: Linda Darnell, Dale Robertson, John Lund, Ward Bond, Regis Toomey, Skip Homeier
    (Subtitles, 1956, U, 2 Star)

    13:00


    Star Trek: The Motion Picture (Film) Film icon 3 star rating U certificate
    The first spin-off movie from the TV series, directed by Robert Wise, stars William Shatner as Admiral James T Kirk, Leonard Nimoy as Mr Spock and DeForst Kelley as Dr Leonard McCoy in a spectacular adventure. Kirk, deskbound at Starfleet Command, goes aboard the Enterprise to hand over command but he has to take control again in order to avert a crisis. A huge energy cloud that destroys everything in its path is heading towards Earth, apparently seeking its creator. Can Kirk and his crew solve the mystery of its origins and avert disaster? This screening features an introduction from Leonard Nimoy.
    Director: Robert Wise
    Starring: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan, George Takei, Majel Barrett
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 1979, U, 3 Star)

    15:35


    The Mistress of Spices (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    In Paul Mayeda Berges's mystical romantic drama, former Miss World Aishwarya Rai plays Tilo, a member of a secret clan of women who draw on the mystical properties of Indian spices to cure anything from heartache to heartburn. Practising her delicate skills in California, she is courted by both homesick taxi driver Haroun and sexy architect Doug but which one will steal her heart? Edited for content.
    Director: Paul Mayeda Berges
    Starring: Aishwarya Rai, Dylan McDermott, Nitin Ganatra, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Caroline Chikezie, Anupam Kher
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 2005, PG, 3 Star)

    17:25


    Son of the Mask (Film) Film icon PG certificate
    The magical mask vanishes once again in Lawrence Guterman's sequel to The Mask. After cartoonist Tim Avery's dog finds it in a stream, Tim lands a big account, only to lose it, and his job, when the mask goes missing. It's found by his infant son Alvey, who is so familiar with TV cartoons that he's ambivalent to his new toy. But it's not only Alvey's dad who wants the mask back: the Norse god of mischief Loki needs to find it before his father, Odin, realises that the potent artefact has been lost... Edited for content.
    Director: Lawrence Guterman
    Starring: Jamie Kennedy, Alan Cumming, Liam Falconer, Ryan Falconer, Traylor Howard, Steven Wright
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 2005, PG, 1 Star)

    19:20


    The Man (Film) Film icon 12 certificate
    Les Mayfield's crime caper makes the most of the trusted formula of two misfit characters to comedic effect and also features some smart action. When dental supplies salesman Andy Fiddler arrives in Detroit, he's mistaken by smooth-talking career criminal Joey for the international arms dealer he's due to meet. At the same time, federal agent Derrick Vann is after the gang who were responsible for the theft of weapons from the agency's storage unit. Vann lifts Fiddler, but soon realises he's innocent. However, if he can get Fiddler to keep up the pretence, he'll be able to bust Joey's gang.
    Director: Les Mayfield
    Starring: Samuel L. Jackson, Eugene Levy, Luke Goss, Miguel Ferrer, Susie Essman, Anthony Mackie
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 2005, 12, 2 Star)



    21:00


    The Mechanic (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 15 certificate
    Jason Statham stars in director Simon West's action retread of Michael Winner's 1972 revenge thriller. Arthur Bishop earns his living as a 'mechanic', a euphemism for hitman that betrays the precision and emotional detachment with which he goes about his business. And that even applies when he's contracted to kill his wheelchair-using mentor Harry McKenna, though he does at least demand to know why he should send his friend to an early grave. Things then get awkward for Bishop, when McKenna's son Steve asks if he'll tutor him. Their partnership develops in fits and starts, but Bishop's boss Dean Sanderson makes it clear he's not happy with the nascent partnership's latest assassination. So, with all the main players inherently suspicious trained killers, and various motives for murder in the air, it won't take much to spark bloodshed - and that catalyst comes with an unexpected sighting at an airport.
    Director: Simon West
    Starring: Jason Statham, Ben Foster, Tony Goldwyn, Donald Sutherland, Jeff Chase, Mini Anden
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2011, 15, 3 Star)

    22:50


    The Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    The third film in the Naked Gun comedy franchise sees Peter Segal take the directorial helm, but the script is once again by Jim Abrahams and David Zucker. Leslie Nielsen returns as Lt Frank Drebin, persuaded out of retirement to thwart a plot to bomb the Oscars ceremony by terrorist Rocco Dillon. As ever, the one-liners and sight gags come thick and fast, as the cast play it completely straight.
    Director: Peter Segal
    Starring: Leslie Nielsen, Priscilla Presley, George M. Kennedy, O.J. Simpson, Fred Ward, Kathleen Freeman
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1994, PG, 3 Star)

    00:25


    California Dreamin' (Film) Film icon 4 star rating 15 certificate
    Fact-based satirical drama from director Cristian Nemescu. During the 1999 conflict in Serbia, a NATO train carrying radar equipment is impounded in a small town by the station master Doiaru for not having the proper authorisations. As diplomats try to unravel the bureaucracy, Captain Doug Jones and Sgt David McLaren find themselves the centre of attention, particularly from the town's young women. If Nemescu's Cannes-winning film has an unfinished look to it, it is because the 27-year-old director died in a car accident in the middle of the editing process and the film was released as he left it.
    Director: Cristian Nemescu
    Starring: Armand Assante, Jamie Elman, Razvan Vasilescu, Maria Dinulescu, Alexandru Margineanu, Ion Sapdaru
    (In English and Romanian/Spanish/Italian with English Subtitles, Widescreen, 2007, 15, 4 Star)

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    Film4 Listings for Monday 18th November

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    11:00


    Dark Waters (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 15 certificate
    Suspenseful drama starring Merle Oberon as an orphaned young heiress who comes to a Louisiana plantation to recover from the traumatic experiences of the Second World War. But it is not long before she is drawn into an escalating nightmare in which, after a series of mysterious incidents, she begins to fear for her sanity - and her life. Also starring Franchot Tone, Thomas Mitchell and Fay Bainter. Directed by Andr? De Toth.
    Director: Andr De Toth
    Starring: Merle Oberon, Franchot Tone, Thomas Mitchell, Fay Bainter, Elisha Cook Jr., John Qualen
    (Black and White, Premiere, Subtitles, 1944, 15, 3 Star)

    12:50


    The Red Pony (Film) Film icon 3 star rating U certificate
    John Steinbeck wrote the screenplay for this adaptation of his own story. Peter Miles stars as Tom Tiflin, a lonely farm boy who takes refuge from his squabbling parents in the company of his beloved foal, the eponymous equine. The pony is owned by ranch hand Billy Buck, who teaches Miles how to tame it and care for it, providing an escape for the boy and a lesson to his parents. Aaron Copland's score and Tony Gaudio's rich Technicolor photography combine with Lewis Milestone's experienced direction in this dramatic western.
    Director: Lewis Milestone
    Starring: Myrna Loy, Robert Mitchum, Louis Calhern, Shepperd Strudwick, Peter Miles, Margaret Hamilton
    (Subtitles, 1949, U, 3 Star)

    14:35


    Doctor in Distress (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    Under the steady hand of Ralph Thomas, who directed the other Doctor... films, Dr Simon Sparrow returns to St Swithins as an experienced doctor but he still has a roving eye for the ladies, which soon settles on Delia Mallory. Once again, Sir Lancelot Spratt is in residence, but this time as a patient who's fallen for physiotherapist Iris. Will Sparrow's tips help him win her hand?
    Director: Ralph L. Thomas
    Starring: Dirk Bogarde, Samantha Eggar, James Robertson Justice, Mylne Demongeot, Donald Houston, Barbara Murray
    (Subtitles, 1963, PG, 3 Star)

    16:40


    The Thief of Bagdad (Film) Film icon 4 star rating U certificate
    Classic fantasy adventure starring Conrad Veidt as Jaffar, an evil magician intent on usurping the King and claiming the princess as his own. But he reckons without the intervention of Abu, the eponymous young crook.
    Director: Ludwig Berger, Michael Powell
    Starring: Conrad Veidt, Sabu, June Duprez, John Justin, Rex Ingram, Miles Malleson
    (Subtitles, 1940, U, 4 Star)

    18:45


    Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (Film) Film icon 4 star rating 15 certificate
    In the second Star Trek movie, Admiral Kirk's midlife crisis is interrupted by the return of enemy Khan who is looking for revenge and a potentially destructive device.
    Director: Nicholas Meyer
    Starring: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan, Walter Koenig, George Takei
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 1982, 15, 4 Star)



    21:00


    Red (Film) Film icon 4 star rating 12 certificate
    When a retired CIA 'black-ops' agent is the victim of an assassination attempt, he recruits his former colleagues to help track down the culprit.
    Director: Robert Schwentke
    Starring: Bruce Willis, Mary-Louise Parker, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren, Karl Urban, Morgan Freeman
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2010, 12, 4 Star)

    23:10


    JFK (Film) Film icon 5 star rating 15 certificate
    Kevin Costner, Gary Oldman and Jack Lemmon star in Oliver Stone's conspiracy thriller, which masqueraded as historical document but proved gripping enough to scoop two Oscars and be nominated for a further six. Stone approaches his exploration of one of the most famous assassinations in history via the investigations of New Orleans district attorney Jim Garrison. Like many in America and around the world, Garrison felt the official investigation into the killing of John F Kennedy in Dallas, 1963, was far too cursory, and he set out to reconstruct the day's events via every piece of information he could lay his hands on.
    Director: Oliver Stone
    Starring: Kevin Costner, Kevin Bacon, Tommy Lee Jones, Laurie Metcalf, Gary Oldman, Beata Pozniak
    (Subtitles, 1991, 15, 5 Star)

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    Film4 Listings for Tuesday 19th November

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    11:00


    The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    Ingrid Bergman stars as Gladys Aylward in Oscar-nominated Mark Robson's dramatic film, loosely based on fact. Rejected for missionary work in China, Aylward makes her own way there and wins over a powerful mandarin to Christianity despite his initial suspicions. But the test of her faith comes when the Chino-Japanese war breaks out in 1940 and she must guide 100 children to safety through enemy territory.
    Director: Mark Robson
    Starring: Ingrid Bergman, Curd Jrgens, Robert Donat, Michael David, Athene Seyler, Ronald Squire
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1958, PG, 3 Star)

    14:05


    The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    'When the legend becomes fact, print the legend' is the famous quote from what is considered to be one of John Ford's finest westerns, and it pretty much sums up the film. Greenhorn lawyer Ransom Stoddard sets up in a frontier town where everyone, bar the tough-but-decent Tom Doniphon, fears the brutal bully Liberty Valance. As Stoddard's influence grows and Valance's wanes, a confrontation between the two seems inevitable. And it duly comes, with a result that shocks the town.
    Director: John Ford
    Starring: John Wayne, James Stewart, Vera Miles, Lee Marvin, Edmond O'Brien, Andy Devine
    (Black and White, Subtitles, 1962, PG, 3 Star)

    16:30


    Stalag 17 (Film) Film icon 4 star rating PG certificate
    Classic prisoner of war comedy drama starring William Holden in his Oscar-winning performance as an opportunistic American prisoner suspected of being a spy for the Germans.
    Director: Billy Wilder
    Starring: William Holden, Don Taylor, Otto Preminger, Robert Strauss, Harvey Lembeck, Richard Erdman
    (Black and White, Subtitles, 1953, PG, 4 Star)

    18:55


    Leap Year (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    Amy Adams and Matthew Goode star in this transatlantic romcom from Shopgirl and Red Riding director Anand Tucker. Anna is living a contented life in Boston, or she would be, if only her heart surgeon boyfriend - currently working in Dublin - would pop that all-important question. Deciding that she's waited long enough, and encouraged by her Irish father, who reminds her of the tradition of women proposing to their beloved on the 29th of February, she hops on a plane to Ireland. However, the Emerald Isle's weather defeats even her steely determination and forces the flight to land on the other side of the country from the capital. Now she has limited time to get to Dublin, a long way to go and a pub-owner-cum-taxi driver, Declan, who, though handsome, is a little too testy for her liking. But as the pair make their slow way towards her goal, they gradually begin to view each other differently... First play on Film4.
    Director: Anand Tucker
    Starring: Amy Adams, Matthew Goode, Adam Scott, John Lithgow, Noel O'Donovan, Tony Rohr
    (Premiere, Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2010, PG, 3 Star)

    21:00


    Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (Film) Film icon 4 star rating 15 certificate
    This year's British Connection Season runs for eight nights, featuring the best in British cinema, including box-office hits, brand-new talent and cult classics. The season starts with four nights of triple-bills, beginning with this first screening on Film4 of Tinker Taylor Soldier Spy. Gary Oldman stars in Tomas Alfredson's adaptation of John Le Carr?'s classic cold war spy novel about a British intelligence officer who comes out of retirement to track down a Russian operative working within MI6. Following the capture of a British agent in Communist Hungary, veteran spy George Smiley is forced out of his job.
    Director: Tomas Alfredson
    Starring: Mark Strong, John Hurt, Zoltn Mucsi, Pter Klloy Molnr, Ilona Kassai, Imre Csuja
    (Premiere, Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2011, 15, 4 Star)



    23:25


    Neds (Film) Film icon 4 star rating 18 certificate
    The unfairly talented Peter Mullan writes, directs and stars in this drama set in 1970s Glasgow, which tracks a teenager's attempt to escape the cul-de-sac of gang membership. John McGill is a smart working-class boy who is doing well in school and has bright hopes for his future. He hopes to avoid becoming like his dad and brother - one an alcoholic, the other a violent gang member. But, when John is banned from seeing a middle-class friend from school, it casts a harsh light on the reality of his lower-class background.
    Director: Peter Mullan
    Starring: Conor McCarron, Mhairi Anderson, Martin Bell, Joe Cassidy, Linda Cuthbert, Alex Donald
    (Subtitles, 2010, 18, 4 Star)

    01:50


    Two Years at Sea (Film) Film icon U certificate
    Ben River's enigmatic documentary traces the everyday life of Jake Williams, an ageing man living alone in a remote area of Scotland. The black and white film features next to no dialogue and gives few clues as to how Williams came to be living this life of a hermit, but it is certainly quietly absorbing in its mysteriousness. Film4 premiere.
    (Premiere, Widescreen, Subtitles, U)

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    11:00


    Von Ryan's Express (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    Mark Robson's Second World War adventure stars Frank Sinatra as the leader of Allied prisoners of war attempting to slip the clutches of their captors. In occupied Italy, a group of mainly English PoWs are about to attempt to escape from their camp when a tough American Colonel, Joseph Ryan, is incarcerated with them. When he hears the details of their plot, he thinks it amounts to suicide, and blows their plans by telling the Italian guards. His action earns their hatred, and the moniker 'von Ryan'. But Ryan is eventually able to make it up to his comrades when he spies the opportunity to hijack a train to get them all to safety in Switzerland. But they've still got a lot of the Italian countryside to cover, with the Nazis and Fascists determined to stop them, plus more trouble than they were expecting from their fellow Allied forces.
    Director: Mark Robson
    Starring: Frank Sinatra, Trevor Howard, Raffaella Carr, Brad Dexter, Sergio Fantoni, John Leyton
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1965, PG, 3 Star)

    13:20


    The Poseidon Adventure (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    Disaster movie set aboard a luxury cruise liner which is hit by a huge tidal wave and capsizes. With time running out. the passengers are forced to fight for their survival and make their way to the surface through air pockets in the upturned ship.
    Director: Ronald Neame, Irwin Allen
    Starring: Gene Hackman, Ernest Borgnine, Red Buttons, Carol Lynley, Roddy McDowall, Stella Stevens, Shelley Winters
    (Subtitles, Audio Described, 1972, PG, 3 Star)

    15:40


    Howards End (Film) Film icon 4 star rating PG certificate
    Helena Bonham Carter and Emma Thompson are the central figures in James Ivory's adaptation of E M Forster's novel of love, treachery and revenge. Bonham Carter falls for Paul Wilcox but is rebuffed. Her sister Thompson becomes friends with his mother who promises her the family house, Howards End. But after her death, the will disappears and it appears the inheritance will disappear. Until the widower, Anthony Hopkins, becomes attracted to Thompson.
    Director: James Ivory
    Starring: Vanessa Redgrave, Helena Bonham Carter, Joseph Bennett, Emma Thompson, Prunella Scales, Adrian Ross-Magenty
    (Subtitles, Audio Described, 1992, PG, 4 Star)

    18:30


    Cutthroat Island (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    In Renny Harlin's swashbuckling adventure, Geena Davis plays Morgan Adams, whose pirate father bequeaths her one third of a treasure map. Her two uncles have the other two sections, while an evil third uncle, Dawg Brown, is after the complete map and the treasure. Adams buys convict William Shaw at a slave auction to translate the map's Latin inscriptions and he soon becomes her love interest. And so the stage is set for storms, sea battles, swordfights and, of course, the discovery of the treasure and the final confrontation. Edited for content.
    Director: Renny Harlin
    Starring: Geena Davis, Matthew Modine, Frank Langella, Maury Chaykin, Patrick Malahide, Stan Shaw
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1995, PG, 3 Star)

    21:00


    The Iron Lady (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 12 certificate
    Meryl Streep won both a Best Actress Bafta and Oscar in the titular role of director Phyllida's biopic of the former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, who died in April 2013. Writer Abi Morgan's script follows Thatcher's rise from modest beginnings to her role as Prime Minister, framed by a contemporary imagining of her later years, largely spent outside public scrutiny.
    Director: Phyllida Lloyd
    Starring: Meryl Streep, Jim Broadbent, Susan Brown, Alice da Cunha, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Iain Glen
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2011, 12, 3 Star)



    23:05


    The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover (Film) Film icon 4 star rating 18 certificate
    Peter Greenaway's distinctive, disturbing drama is a violent and erotic love story starring Richard Bohringer, Michael Gambon, Helen Mirren and Alan Howard. Set in the kitchen and dining room of a smart restaurant, it tells the tale of loud-mouthed, crude London gangster Albert Spica who holds court there nightly, publicly abusing and humiliating his wife, Georgina.
    Director: Peter Greenaway
    Starring: Richard Bohringer, Michael Gambon, Helen Mirren, Alan Howard, Tim Roth, Ciarn Hinds
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1989, 18, 4 Star)

    01:30


    Age of Consent (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 12 certificate
    James Mason co-produces and stars in director Michael Powell's final feature-length movie. Bradley Morahan is an Australian artist living in New York. But he's sick of the art world and, keen to immerse himself in the creative process again, he decides to ditch the Big Apple and go live by the Great Barrier Reef instead. His hopes for a quiet life don't quite pay off, as his new island home is more populous than he imagined. However, among the residents is the beautiful young woman Cora. The pair strike up a friendship; and it's not long before she agrees to model for the older man. But trouble is on the horizon: Cora's guardian, the gin-soaked Ma Ryan is furious to discover that her underage granddaughter has been posing nude... Also starring Jack MacGowran and Clarissa Kaye.
    Director: Michael Powell
    Starring: James Mason, Helen Mirren, Jack MacGowran, Neva Carr-Glynn, Andonia Katsaros, Michael Boddy
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1969, 12, 3 Star)


 
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