A Big Movie Night with a little TV!
So You Think You Can Dance, Eleven, 7.30pm
Thousands auditioned but it’s now down to three. Three amazing performers who all want to be crowned America’s favourite dancer. The winner of series seven is revealed
Torchwood – Miracle Day, UKTV, 8.30pm
The series return of the cult UK series has upset alot of the English. We are getting it fast tracked here straight after the US airs it leaving the UK to be behind us for once.
Air Force One, 7mate, 8.30pm
In an unthinkable act, terrorists have hijacked the airborne fortress carrying the President of the United States. Now, while President James Marshall evades capture in the belly of the plane, the terrorists begin executing passengers. If the terrorists’ demands are granted and a tyrant is set free, hundreds of thousands of innocent people will die. But if they are denied, the terrorists will kill everyone on Air Force One, including the President’s wife and daughter – and inevitably the President himself.
Blood Diamond, Nine, 9.53pm
In war-ravaged Sierra Leone, diamond smuggler Danny Archer learns that a local fisherman has stumbled upon a gigantic gem, and he offers to reunite the man with his family in exchange for the diamond.
Under the Tuscan Sun, Seven, 8.30pm
Frances Mayes is a 35-year-old writer who escapes her heart-wrenching divorce as she travels to Tuscany. Frances surprises herself by making an offer on a rundown villa, the biggest impulse purchase of her life. With the help of a warm-hearted real estate agent and a local contractor with a team of Polish workers, her 300-year-old house is slowly transformed into a home. Along the way, she encounters a larger-than-life British ex-patriot, kind and generous neighbours, and a charming Italian man or two.
Out of Time, even, 10.50pm
Matt Lee Whitlock is chief of police in small Banyan Key, Florida. He’s respected by his peers and loved by his community. But when Banyan Key is shocked by a double homicide, everything Matt Lee thought he knew starts to unravel, and he finds himself in a race against time to solve the murders before he himself falls under suspicion…. because all the evidence point to him.
An extraordinary and funny film that explores the embattled life and loves of a successful New York comedy writer. Starring Meryl Streep and Diane Keaton.
All That Jazz, ABC2, 10.04pm
The story of a gifted choreographer whose compulsions, both professionally and personally, lead to his destruction.
The Water Horse, Nine, 7.35pm
When a lonely young boy discovers a large, mysterious egg along the shores of Loch Ness, no-one is prepared for what lies within. What hatches will set in motion an adventure that will take him on the unforgettable journey of a lifetime.
Hellboy, GO!, 8.30pm
In the final days of World War II, the Nazis attempt to use black magic to aid their dying cause. The Allies raid the ceremony, but not before a demon, Hellboy, has already been conjured.
Black Hawk Down, Ten, 10pm
One hundred and twenty-three elite US soldiers drop into Somalia to capture two top lieutenants of a renegade warlord and find themselves in a desperate battle with a large force of heavily-armed Somalis. Stars Eric Bana.
Shark Tale, Seven, 6.30pm
Oscar is a fast talking little fish whose big dreams have a habit of landing him in hot water. Lenny is a great white shark with a secret… he’s a vegetarian. Together, they become unlikely friends. Featuring the voices of Angelina Jolie and Will Smith.