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TV Movies: June 21-27MOVIE RATINGS = Poor = Fair = Good = ExcellentG = General audiences PG = Parental Guidance PG-13 = Not recommended for preteens R = Restricted audienceCC = Closed captioned for hearing impairedALPHABETICAL LISTINGA� Abducted: A Father's Love '96.

Chris Noth.

An "Underground Mothers" movement helps hide a man who took his baby daughter from his neglectful estranged wife.

(2:00) LIFE: Sun.

noon (CC)� The Abyss '89.

Ed Harris.

Oil-platform workers, including an estranged couple, and a Navy SEAL make a startling deep-sea discovery.

(PG-13) (2:25) ENC: Tue.

9:15 A.M.

(CC)� Adventures in Babysitting '87.

Elisabeth Shue.

To help a friend, a suburban baby sitter drives into downtown Chicago with her two charges and a neighbor.

(PG-13) (2:00) E!: Wed.

8 P.M., Thu.

2 P.M.� The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle '00.

Voices of Rene Russo.

Live action/animated.

A flying squirrel and a moose confront their adversaries Boris and Natasha.

(PG) (1:40) ENC: Sun.

7:35 A.M.

(CC)� Affliction '97.

Nick Nolte.

A small-town sheriff becomes unhinged, thanks in part to his abusive, alcoholic father.

(R) (2:00) SHO: Fri.

4:30 A.M.

(CC)� After the Thin Man '36.

William Powell.

Urbane Nick and Nora Charles look for a cousin's missing husband and find murder.

(NR) (2:00) TCM: Wed.

6 P.M.

(CC)� A.I.: Artificial Intelligence '01.

Haley Joel Osment.

In the future a cutting-edge android in the form of a boy embarks on a journey to discover its true nature.

(PG-13) (2:30) MAX: Sat.

5:30 A.M.

(CC)� Airport '70.

Burt Lancaster.

A snowstorm, a mired plane, an elderly stowaway and the bombing of a passenger jet plague an airport manager.

(G) (3:00) AMC: Sun.

3 A.M.

(CC)� Alien Apocalypse '05.

Bruce Campbell.

Astronauts return from a deep-space mission to find that humans have been enslaved by giant alien bugs.

(2:00) SCI-FI: Sat.

3:30 A.M.

(CC)� Alien Sex Files 3: Sex From Outer Space '08.

Jenae Alt.

Extraterrestrials and naked women provide carnal fun.

(NR) (1:35) MAX: Thu.

1:15 A.M.

(CC)� Aliens vs.

Predator: Requiem '07.

Steven Pasquale.

Residents of a Colorado town become caught up in a longstanding war between two deadly alien races.

(R) (1:45) MAX: Wed.

8:15 P.M.

(CC)� All Over the Guy '01.

Dan Bucatinsky.

Two men question their relationship and turn to friends and family for advice.

(R) (1:40) MAX: Fri.

3 P.M.

(CC)� Along Came a Spider '01.

Morgan Freeman.

A detective and a Secret Service agent investigate the abduction of a senator's daughter from a school.

(R) (1:45) SHO: Sat.

4:30 P.M., 4:05 A.M.� Alvarez Kelly '66.

William Holden.

A Confederate colonel makes a cattleman teach his troops how to herd Union cattle.

(NR) (2:00) TCM: Mon.

2 P.M.

(CC)� American Gangster '07.

Denzel Washington.

A Harlem mobster combines ingenuity and strict business codes to dominate organized crime, while a veteran cop searches for a way to bring him down.

(NR) (3:00) MAX: Fri.

9:30 A.M.

(CC)� An American in Paris '51.

Gene Kelly.

An American soldier stays in Paris after World War II to paint and falls in love with a French beauty.

(NR) (2:00) TCM: Sun.

noon (CC)� American Pie '99.

Jason Biggs.

Four teenagers nearing graduation make a pact to lose their virginity by prom night.

(R) (2:00) USA: Sat.

noon (CC)� American Pie Presents: Band Camp '05.

Tad Hilgenbrinck.

A lewd teen causes mischief when he must attend a camp for musicians.

(R) (2:00) TBS: Sat.

6:40 A.M.

(CC)� American Wedding '03.

Jason Biggs.

A young couple prepares to marry, while an obnoxious friend plans to throw a bachelor party.

(R) (2:00) USA: Sat.

2 P.M.

(CC)� America's Sweethearts '01.

Julia Roberts.

A publicist tries to convince the press that the feuding co-stars of a new movie are still in love.

(PG-13) (1:50) STZ: Sun.

10:15 A.M., Wed.

7:10 P.M., Thu.

6:20 A.M.

(CC)� Anatomy of a Murder '59.

James Stewart.

A Michigan lawyer and his colleague defend an Army lieutenant who killed the man who raped the officer's wife.

(NR) (2:45) TCM: Tue.

3:15 P.M.

(CC)� Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever '39.

Mickey Rooney.

Andy falls for an older woman and plans to quit school to support her.

(NR) (1:30) TCM: Wed.

10:30 A.M.� Angel Face '52.

Robert Mitchum.

A socialite and her chauffeur are accused of killing her father and stepmother.

(NR) (1:45) TCM: Tue.

11:30 A.M.

(CC)� The Animal '01.

Rob Schneider.

When an inept policeman receives animal organs as transplants, he begins to exhibit traits of the donors.

(PG-13) (1:30) ENC: Sun.

12:45 P.M., 8 P.M.

(CC)� Another Cinderella Story '08.

Selena Gomez.

A young man longs to reunite with a beautiful dancer that he met at a masked ball.

(PG) (2:00) ABCFAM: Sun.

6 P.M.

(CC)� Any Given Sunday '99.

Al Pacino.

A football head coach and an aging quarterback clash with the new, contemporary, money-oriented owner of their team.

(R) (3:30) SPIKE: Fri.

9 P.M.� Arctic Tale '07.

Narrated by Queen Latifah.

A walrus named Seela and a polar bear named Nanu live and grow in the frozen wilderness of the North, but now their world is melting beneath them.

(G) (1:30) TMC: Fri.

4:45 P.M.

(CC)� The Arrival '96.

Charlie Sheen.

Scientists find extraterrestrials and conspiracy after tracking strange radio signals to a Mexican village.

(PG-13) (2:00) HBO: Fri.

7 A.M.

(CC)� The Art of War '00.

Wesley Snipes.

Underground after being accused of murdering a Chinese ambassador, a security expert comes out of hiding when terrorists threaten the United Nations.

(R) (2:00) MAX: Fri.

2:10 A.M.

(CC)� The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford '07.

Brad Pitt.

As infamous and unpredictable Jesse James plans his next big robbery, he faces betrayal from one of those closest to him.

(R) (2:45) MAX: Fri.

6:45 A.M.

(CC)� Assault on Precinct 13 '05.

Ethan Hawke.

A cop must arm prisoners to help fend off an attack by gunmen who want to kill a gangster locked away in the crumbling station.

(R) (2:30) FX: Sun.

11:30 A.M., Mon.

8 A.M.� ATL '06.

Tip "T.I." Harris.

Four Atlanta teenagers, whose lives revolve around hip-hop and rollerskating, face life-changing challenges on and off the rink.

(PG-13) (2:30) BET: Sun.

6:30 P.M., Mon.

1 P.M.

(CC)� Attack Force '06.

Steven Seagal.

An agent battles a psychotic drug dealer after his strike team dies in a violent attack.

(R) (1:55) USA: Mon.

2:05 A.M.

(CC)� Austin Powers in Goldmember '02.

Mike Myers.

Austin must rescue his captive father and prevent Dr.

Evil's malevolent minions from taking over the world.

(PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Sun.

11:30 A.M.

(CC)� Avalanche '99.

Thomas Ian Griffith.

A widow and a helicopter pilot battle an oil company seeking to build a pipeline in Alaska.

(PG-13) (2:00) SCI-FI: Thu.

2:30 A.M.� Away From Her '07.

Julie Christie.

A man becomes confused and angry when his wife, an Alzheimer's patient, seems to prefer the company of another resident at her nursing home.

(PG-13) (2:00) SHO: Mon.

12:30 P.M.B� Babylon A.D.

'08.

Vin Diesel.

A post-apocalyptic mercenary guards a nun and her young charge, who may be mankind's last hope for survival.

(PG-13) (1:30) MAX: Sun.

8:30 P.M., Mon.

11 A.M., 10 P.M., Wed.

10 A.M., 10 P.M.

(CC)� Bachelor Party Vegas '05.

Kal Penn.

An engaged man and his four friends have a series of wild misadventures in Las Vegas.

(R) (1:40) TMC: Mon.

12:20 A.M.

(CC)� Back to Bataan '45.

John Wayne.

A U.S.

colonel and a Filipino captain lead guerrilla raids on the Japanese.

(NR) (1:45) TCM: Mon.

6:15 P.M.

(CC)� Backdraft '91.

Kurt Russell.

Two brothers fight each other and an outbreak of arson as Chicago firefighters.

(R) (2:20) ENC: Tue.

3:50 P.M.

(CC)� The Bad and the Beautiful '52.

Lana Turner.

A ruthless producer uses Hollywood hopefuls as stepping stones to the top of the Tinseltown heap.

(NR) (2:00) TCM: Sun.

11:15 P.M.

(CC)� Bad Boys II '03.

Martin Lawrence.

Two detectives uncover a conspiracy involving a drug kingpin while trying to stop the trafficking of Ecstasy in Miami.

(R) (2:30) USA: Wed.

11 P.M., Fri.

10 A.M.

(CC)� Bad News Bears '05.

Billy Bob Thornton.

A single mother recruits a former baseball player to coach a ragtag team of misfit Little Leaguers.

(PG-13) (2:30) TBS: Sat.

2:30 A.M.

(CC)� Bait Shop '08.

Bill Engvall.

The owner of a small-town bait shop competes in a fishing tournament for the prize money to save his business.

(PG) (2:00) USA: Sun.

11 A.M.

(CC)� Ballistic: Ecks vs.

Sever '02.

Antonio Banderas.

A former FBI agent plays cat-and-mouse games with a deadly and elusive woman after she kidnaps a child.

(R) (1:45) HBO: Tue.

4:45 A.M.

(CC)� Balls of Fury '07.

Dan Fogler.

A disgraced pingpong player bounces back to go under cover for the government and bring a notorious crime lord to justice.

(PG-13) (1:30) HBO: Sun.

8 A.M., Fri.

7 P.M.

(CC)� The Band Wagon '53.

Fred Astaire.

Two playwrights bring a movie dancer to New York for a Broadway show with a ballerina.

(NR) (2:00) TCM: Sun.

10 A.M.

(CC)� Barb Wire '96.

Pamela Anderson Lee.

A bounty hunter seeks a device that could restore her brother's sight and save millions during U.S.

civil war in 2017.

(R) (2:00) TMC: Sun.

8 P.M.� Barbershop 2: Back in Business '04.

Ice Cube.

The owner of a barbershop faces pressure from a corporation that is opening establishments in his neighborhood.

(PG-13) (2:00) USA: Fri.

8 A.M.

(CC)� Barton Fink '91.

John Turturro.

A serious Broadway playwright sweats out a B-movie script in a weird 1941 Hollywood hotel.

(R) (2:00) ENC: Tue.

4:20 A.M.

(CC)� Be Kind Rewind '08.

Jack Black.

Rentals fly off the shelves after two friends create homemade versions of popular movies to replace a video store's obliterated inventory.

(PG-13) (1:45) MAX: Wed.

1:15 P.M.

(CC)� Beauty Shop '05.

Queen Latifah.

A determined hairstylist competes with her former boss after opening her own business in Atlanta.

(PG-13) (2:00) BET: Tue.

8 P.M., 11:30 P.M.

(CC)� Because of Winn-Dixie '05.

Annasophia Robb.

A Florida girl and her canine pal befriend misfit souls and begin to soften her father's brittle exterior.

(PG) (2:30) FX: Sat.

10 A.M.� Bee Movie '07.

Voices of Jerry Seinfeld.

Animated.

After he talks to a human florist, a college-educated bee decides to sue the human race for stealing his kind's honey over the centuries.

(PG) (1:35) MAX: Sun.

6:10 A.M.

(CC)� Beer for My Horses '08.

Toby Keith.

A deputy and his partner go after a drug lord who kidnapped his girlfriend.

(PG-13) (2:00) CMT: Fri.

10 P.M., Sat.

4 P.M.� Beerfest '06.

Jay Chandrasekhar.

Two brothers from America discover a secret and centuries-old competition involving beer games during Germany's Oktoberfest.

(R) (2:30) COMEDY: Sun.

3:30 P.M.

(CC)� Before the Devil Knows You're Dead '07.

Philip Seymour Hoffman.

Events spiral out of control when a man ropes his brother into a scheme to rob their parents' jewelry store.

(R) (2:00) SHO: Fri.

2:30 A.M.

(CC)� Beowulf '99.

Christopher Lambert.

A wandering knight rescues a damsel from foes and fights the man-eating monster Grendel.

(R) (2:00) SCI-FI: Sun.

5:30 P.M.� Beverly Hills Ninja '97.

Chris Farley.

A ninja watches out for his portly adopted brother, hired to track a mystery woman's beau in Southern California.

(PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Mon.

10 A.M., 2:30 A.M.

(CC)� Big '88.

Tom Hanks.

A wishing machine turns a boy into a 35-year-old man with a fun job and a girlfriend.

(PG) (1:45) MAX: Fri.

8:15 P.M.

(CC)� The Birdcage '96.

Robin Williams.

In Miami Beach a gay couple pretend to be man and wife when a son's future father-in-law and family visit.

(R) (2:00) STZ: Mon.

3:20 P.M.

(CC)� Black Knight '01.

Martin Lawrence.

An underachiever in Los Angeles time-travels to 14th-century England and battles an evil king.

(PG-13) (2:00) FX: Fri.

10 A.M.� Bless the Child '00.

Kim Basinger.

A nurse learns her 6-year-old niece possesses special powers that evil people wish to harness.

(R) (1:50) TMC: Sun.

2:45 P.M., 10 P.M., Fri.

12:45 P.M.� Blood and Chocolate '07.

Agnes Bruckner.

A young werewolf pursues a romance with a human male, much to the displeasure of a packmate who also desires her.

(PG-13) (1:45) TMC: Tue.

2:15 P.M., 5:35 A.M., Sat.

7 A.M., 5:35 P.M.� Blood of Dracula '57.

Sandra Harrison.

A chemistry teacher's experiments with a Transylvanian amulet transform a student into a vampire.

(NR) (1:30) AMC: Sat.

3:15 A.M.

(CC)� Blue Demon '04.

Dedee Pfeiffer.

An act of sabotage releases a group of deadly, mutated sharks to wreak havoc in American waterways.

(PG-13) (1:30) TMC: Tue.

11:05 P.M.

(CC)� The Bone Collector '99.

Denzel Washington.

A quadriplegic detective and a patrol cop try to catch a killer re-creating grisly crimes.

(R) (2:30) AMC: Mon.

8 P.M.� Bongwater '98.

Luke Wilson.

When an aspiring artist who sells pot argues with his girfriend, their house accidentally catches fire.

(R) (1:45) TMC: Mon.

2 A.M.

(CC)� Bonjour Tristesse '58.

Deborah Kerr.

A French teen recalls her father, his mistress and another woman on the Riviera.

(NR) (2:00) TCM: Tue.

6 A.M.� Das Boot '81.

J??rgen Prochnow.

The captain and crew of a World War II U-boat follow incredible orders under claustrophobic conditions.

(R) (4:30) AMC: Wed.

3:30 A.M.

(CC)� Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan '06.

Sacha Baron Cohen.

Outrageous situations occur when a popular reporter from Kazakhstan comes to the United States to film a documentary.

(R) (2:00) USA: Fri.

9 P.M., Sat.

9 P.M.

(CC)� The Boston Strangler '68.

Tony Curtis.

A criminologist and a detective lead the 1960s manhunt for killer rapist Albert DeSalvo.

(R) (2:00) MAX: Sun.

4:15 A.M.

(CC)� The Bourne Ultimatum '07.

Matt Damon.

Jason Bourne continues his international quest to uncover his true identity while staying one step ahead of those who want to kill him.

(PG-13) (2:00) MAX: Sat.

10 A.M., 12:35 A.M.

(CC)� The Brain Eaters '58.

Edwin Nelson.

Hairy creatures drill to the earth's surface in an odd craft and latch onto the backs of human necks.

(NR) (1:15) AMC: Tue.

6 A.M.

(CC)� Bratz '07.

Nathalia Ramos.

When they enter high school, lifelong friends face peer pressure and unexpected challenges to their bond.

(PG) (1:45) TMC: Fri.

6:15 A.M., 6:15 P.M.� Braveheart '95.

Mel Gibson.

Enraged by the killing of his wife, Scotsman William Wallace leads a revolt against the tyrannical English king in the 13th century.

(R) (3:45) TNT: Sat.

2:45 P.M.

(CC)� The Bridge on the River Kwai '57.

William Holden.

A British POW colonel orders his men to build their Japanese captor a railway bridge in the jungle.

(PG) (3:00) TCM: Fri.

5 P.M.

(CC)� Bridget Jones's Diary '01.

Ren??e Zellweger.

An outrageous British woman decides to take control of her life, but instead falls for two very different men.

(R) (1:40) STZ: Sun.

5 A.M., Mon.

10:40 P.M., Wed.

12:35 A.M., Thu.

5:30 P.M.

(CC)� Brief Encounter '45.

Celia Johnson.

A married British woman and a doctor meet first at a train station, then fall in love but decide to part.

(NR) (1:30) TCM: Fri.

noon (CC)� Bring It On '00.

Kirsten Dunst.

An urban cheerleading squad accuses a champion team's captain of stealing its choreography on the eve of a national competition.

(PG-13) (1:45) ENC: Mon.

8:50 A.M., 8 P.M., Sat.

3 P.M.

(CC)� Bring It On: All or Nothing '06.

Hayden Panettiere.

When her family moves across town, a teenager must win over the head cheerleader to make the squad.

(PG-13) (2:00) E!: Tue.

8 P.M., 12:30 A.M., Wed.

3 P.M.� The Brink's Job '78.

Peter Falk.

A gang of amateurs attempts to pull off the most daring heist in history from the supposedly impregnable Boston vault.

(PG) (1:45) MAX: Mon.

6:15 A.M.

(CC)� Bruce Almighty '03.

Jim Carrey.

After a bad day at work, a frustrated reporter meets God, who endows him with divine powers for one week.

(PG-13) (2:00) USA: Fri.

midnight, Sat.

4 P.M.

(CC)� Bubble Boy '01.

Jake Gyllenhaal.

A teen in a special suit embarks on a cross-country trip to stop the girl he loves from getting married.

(PG-13) (1:30) ENC: Sun.

9:30 P.M.

(CC)� Buchanan Rides Alone '58.

Randolph Scott.

A Texan pits a powerful family against itself to save a Mexican from hanging.

(NR) (1:30) TCM: Thu.

1 P.M.� Buffalo Dreams '05.

Reiley McClendon.

A Navajo teen and a mountain-biker from Chicago must bridge a cultural gap to become friends and preserve tribal land.

(1:40) DIS: Fri.

3 A.M.

(CC)� Buffy the Vampire Slayer '92.

Kristy Swanson.

Valley girl Buffy departs from cheerleading to train with her recruiter for a vampire invasion.

(PG-13) (1:30) HBO: Tue.

2 P.M.

(CC)� The Bullfighter and the Lady '50.

Robert Stack.

A matador gets killed when a sportsman takes up bullfighting in Mexico to impress a girl.

(NR) (2:30) TCM: Thu.

5:30 P.M.� Bunny Lake Is Missing '65.

Laurence Olivier.

A Scotland Yard inspector seeks a woman's missing daughter, who no one can prove exists.

(NR) (2:00) TCM: Tue.

6 P.M.

(CC)� The Business of Being Born '07.

Narrated by Ricki Lake.

Advocates of natural childbirth discuss the benefits of home birth as opposed to hospital delivery.

(NR) (1:30) SHO: Wed.

1:45 A.M.� Busty Models '07.

Dee.

A gorgeous policewoman joins an undercover operation.

(NR) (1:40) TMC: Sat.

3:30 A.M.

(CC)� Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid '69.

Paul Newman.

When a persistent posse threatens two outlaws' romp through Wyoming, they decide to take their act to Bolivia.

(PG) (2:15) CMT: Fri.

midnight.C� Cabin in the Sky '43.

Ethel Waters.

Agents of heaven and hell fight for Little Joe's soul after his wife gets him a pardon.

(NR) (2:00) TCM: Sun.

6 A.M.

(CC)� Caddyshack '80.

Chevy Chase.

Oddballs and gophers undermine a country-club caddy out to win a college scholarship.

(R) (2:00) AMC: Sun.

3:30 P.M., 1 A.M.� The Caine Mutiny '54.

Humphrey Bogart.

A World War II Naval officer is court-martialed for relieving paranoid Capt.

Queeg of command during a typhoon.

(NR) (2:15) TCM: Mon.

4 P.M.

(CC)� Camp Rock '08.

Joe Jonas.

A talented singer works in the kitchen at a summer camp for aspiring musicians.

(1:45) DIS: Mon.

8 P.M., Tue.

noon (CC)� Cannonball Run II '84.

Burt Reynolds.

J.J.

McClure, his mechanic and other veteran competitors enter another cross-country auto race.

(PG) (2:30) CMT: Mon.

10 P.M., 12:30 A.M.� Can't Hardly Wait '98.

Jennifer Love Hewitt.

A teen decides to proclaim his love for a classmate at their high-school graduation party.

(PG-13) (2:00) COMEDY: Sat.

5 P.M.

(CC)� Canvas '06.

Joe Pantoliano.

With his wife in a psychiatric hospital, a man quits his job and builds a sailboat in his driveway.

(PG-13) (1:45) SHO: Mon.

9:15 A.M.� Cape Fear '91.

Robert De Niro.

A tattooed psychopath preys on a Southern lawyer, his wife and their teenage daughter.

(R) (2:10) ENC: Mon.

11:30 P.M.

(CC)� Captivity '07.

Elisha Cuthbert.

A supermodel and her male companion try to escape from a psychopath's chamber of horrors.

(R) (1:30) SHO: Thu.

2:30 A.M.� Car 54, Where Are You? '94.

David Johansen.

Brooklyn police partners protect a witness set to testify against a Mafia kingpin.

(PG-13) (1:30) ENC: Sat.

8:20 A.M.

(CC)� Careless '07.

Colin Hanks.

With help from his father and his best friend, a man scours Los Angeles to find the rightful owner of a severed finger.

(R) (1:30) SHO: Mon.

11 A.M., 5:15 A.M.� Carlito's Way '93.

Al Pacino.

A reformed ex-convict is torn between his girlfriend and his crooked lawyer in 1975.

(R) (3:00) AMC: Mon.

10:30 P.M., Thu.

2 P.M., Fri.

9:45 A.M.

(CC)� Carousel '56.

Gordon MacRae.

A carnival barker finds a wife, dies in a holdup and returns to Earth to guide his daughter.

(NR) (3:00) AMC: Mon.

6 A.M.

(CC)� Carver '08.

Kristyn Green.

Young campers encounter a group of backwoods killers who film their murders.

(R) (1:40) TMC: Wed.

4:20 A.M.� Casper's Scare School '06.

Jim Belushi.

Animated.

Casper wants to learn how to be a hobgoblin but returns to his friendly ways after learning about a diabolical plot.

(NR) (2:00) TOON: Thu.

11 A.M.� Cast a Giant Shadow '66.

Kirk Douglas.

Leaving his wife behind, U.S.

Col.

David "Mickey" Marcus goes to late-1940s Israel to reorganize its army.

(NR) (2:25) TMC: Wed.

8:50 A.M., 4:10 P.M.

(CC)� Catwoman '04.

Halle Berry.

A shy artist acquires feline speed, agility and keen senses following a brush with death.

(PG-13) (2:00) AMC: Wed.

8 P.M.

(CC)� CB4 '93.

Chris Rock.

Three middle-class pals try to be cell-block types and tap into the rap market but cross a drug-dealing club owner.

(R) (2:00) BET: Tue.

1 P.M.

(CC)� Celtic Pride '96.

Damon Wayans.

After the Boston Celtics lose game six of the NBA Finals, two blue-collar fans kidnap the opposition's star player.

(PG-13) (1:40) ENC: Thu.

6:20 P.M.

(CC)� Charlie Wilson's War '07.

Tom Hanks.

A congressman, a socialite and a CIA agent are instrumental to the funding of freedom fighters working against the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.

(R) (1:45) MAX: Mon.

1 A.M.

(CC)� The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian '08.

Georgie Henley.

The Pevensie children return to Narnia, where 1300 years have passed, to help a prince overthrow his evil uncle and restore peace to the land.

(PG) (2:30) STZ: Sun.

9:35 P.M.

(CC)� The Chumscrubber '05.

Ralph Fiennes.

An alienated teen launches his own investigation into a classmate's kidnapping.

(R) (1:45) MAX: Tue.

4:30 A.M.

(CC)� The Cincinnati Kid '65.

Steve McQueen.

An upstart card shark has a marathon game with the king of stud poker in 1930s New Orleans.

(NR) (2:00) TCM: Fri.

11 P.M.

(CC)� Clear and Present Danger '94.

Harrison Ford.

An acting CIA chief learns the president has triggered a war with Colombian drug cartels.

(PG-13) (3:00) AMC: Wed.

12:30 A.M., Thu.

5 P.M.

(CC)� The Client '94.

Susan Sarandon.

Mobsters and lawyers hound a boy who knows about the missing corpse of a U.S.

senator.

(PG-13) (2:30) TNT: Sun.

11:30 P.M.

(CC)� Cold & Dark '05.

Luke Goss.

A young detective and his partner pursue criminals targeted by a mysterious creature.

(R) (1:35) TMC: Fri.

12:15 A.M.� The Color Purple '85.

Whoopi Goldberg.

A black Southern woman struggles to find her identity after suffering years of abuse from her father and others over 40 years.

(PG-13) (3:30) BET: Sun.

3 P.M.

(CC)� Comanche Station '60.

Randolph Scott.

Three outlaws join a loner and another man's wife, who was kidnapped by Indians.

(NR) (1:30) TCM: Thu.

11:30 A.M.

(CC)� Compulsion '59.

Orson Welles.

A lawyer defends two young thrill-killers, as in the 1920s Leopold-Loeb case.

(NR) (2:30) AMC: Thu.

3:30 A.M.

(CC)� Coogan's Bluff '68.

Clint Eastwood.

An Arizona lawman comes to Manhattan and shows a detective how to extradite a murderer.

(R) (2:15) AMC: Wed.

11:15 A.M.

(CC)� The Cookout '04.

Ja Rule.

After her son signs a contract with an NBA team, a woman invites friends and family to a wild barbecue at his new mansion.

(PG-13) (2:00) BET: Sat.

8:30 P.M.

(CC)� Courage Under Fire '96.

Denzel Washington.

A troubled officer reviews the Medal of Honor candidacy of a female helicopter pilot killed during the Gulf War.

(R) (1:55) HBO: Sun.

4:05 A.M., Thu.

2:15 A.M.

(CC)� The Courtship of Eddie's Father '63.

Glenn Ford.

A young boy uses a peculiar and humorous standard to determine the "perfect" wife for his widowed father.

(NR) (2:00) TCM: Sun.

6 P.M.

(CC)� Cow Belles '06.

Alyson Michalka.

Forced to work for their wealthy father, two teenagers try to save his business when money goes missing.

(NR) (1:40) DIS: Sat.

noon (CC)� The Cowboy Way '94.

Woody Harrelson.

Two New Mexico cowboys drive a truck to New York to track the disappearance of their friend.

(PG-13) (1:55) ENC: Fri.

8:20 A.M.

(CC)� Cradle 2 the Grave '03.

Jet Li.

A Taiwanese intelligence agent and a thief try to recover stolen diamonds and the latter's kidnapped daughter.

(R) (2:00) FX: Thu.

6 P.M., Fri.

8 A.M.� Crimson Tide '95.

Denzel Washington.

Two U.S.

Navy officers clash aboard a nuclear submarine bound for Russia, while that country is under rebel siege.

(R) (2:30) TNT: Thu.

9 P.M., 11:30 P.M.

(CC)� The Curse of the Fly '65.

Brian Donlevy.

A mad scientist tries out a molecular disintegrator on people but cannot get the hang of it.

(NR) (2:00) AMC: Mon.

4 A.M.

(CC)� Custody '07.

Rob Morrow.

A widower fights for custody of his 13-year-old stepdaughter when the father who abandoned her returns.

(NR) (2:00) LIFE: Sun.

10 A.M.

(CC)� Cutting Class '89.

Donovan Leitch.

A teen's boyfriend resents her being chummy with a guy who might be the local high-school slasher.

(R) (1:45) SHO: Mon.

4 P.M., Thu.

5 P.M.D� The Da Vinci Code '06.

Tom Hanks.

A murder in the Louvre Museum and clues in paintings by Leonardo lead to the discovery of a religious mystery that could rock the foundations of Christianity.

(PG-13) (3:00) TNT: Sun.

8:30 P.M., 2 A.M.

(CC)� Daddy Day Camp '07.

Cuba Gooding Jr.

Chaos reigns when two clueless fathers take charge of a dilapidated summer camp and its ill-behaved attendees.

(PG) (1:30) ENC: Wed.

3:50 A.M., Thu.

4:50 P.M.

(CC)� Dadnapped '09.

Emily Osment.

A girl springs into action when fans kidnap her father, a famous author.

(NR) (1:35) DIS: Tue.

8 P.M., Wed.

noon.� Daffy Duck's Quackbusters '88.

Voices of Mel Blanc.

Animated.

Daffy and his pals open a paranormal detective agency in this collection of cartoons.

Includes "The Duxorcist." (G) (1:25) ENC: Sun.

6:10 A.M.

(CC)� Dan in Real Life '07.

Steve Carell.

A widower advice-columnist faces a personal and professional challenge when he falls in love with his brother's girlfriend.

(PG-13) (1:45) ENC: Sun.

11 A.M., Mon.

3:20 A.M., Tue.

2:10 P.M.

(CC)� Dancing in Twilight '05.

Erick Avari.

A successful Houston businessman deals with the sudden death of his beloved wife.

(PG-13) (1:30) SHO: Thu.

9 A.M.� Dangerous Minds '95.

Michelle Pfeiffer.

An ex-Marine English teacher uses karate, drug talk and bribes to get through to her class of urban delinquents.

(R) (1:40) MAX: Sun.

1:30 P.M.

(CC)� Danielle Steel's Star '93.

Jennie Garth.

A San Francisco singer struggles to achieve stardom and find her true love.

(2:00) WE: Fri.

12:30 P.M.� Dante's Peak '97.

Pierce Brosnan.

A volcanologist and his new love flee a deadly eruption in the Pacific Northwest.

(PG-13) (1:55) ENC: Wed.

8:15 A.M., 6:10 P.M.

(CC)� The Dark Knight '08.

Christian Bale.

Batman has to keep a balance between heroism and vigilantism to fight a vile criminal known as the Joker, who would plunge Gotham City into anarchy.

(PG-13) (2:30) HBO: Sun.

2:30 P.M., midnight, Thu.

noon, 8 P.M., Sat.

5:15 P.M., 1:30 A.M.

(CC)� The Day the World Ended '56.

Richard Denning.

Five survivors of a nuclear attack intrude on a house occupied by a man and his daughter.

(NR) (1:45) AMC: Tue.

7:15 A.M.

(CC)� Dead Heist '07.

Big Daddy Kane.

Bloodthirsty zombies ruin the plans of a group of thieves who plot to rob a bank.

(NR) (1:20) TMC: Thu.

12:10 A.M.

(CC)� Death Wish '74.

Charles Bronson.

A New York architect turns vigilante hit man after thugs attack his wife and daughter.

(R) (2:00) AMC: Wed.

1:30 P.M.

(CC)� Death Wish 3 '85.

Charles Bronson.

The vigilante architect shops by mail for what he needs to waste punks in the streets of New York.

(R) (2:00) AMC: Wed.

3:30 P.M.

(CC)� Decision at Sundown '57.

Randolph Scott.

A gunman rides into Sundown for a showdown with the big shot he blames for stealing his wife.

(NR) (1:30) TCM: Thu.

4 P.M.

(CC)� Delirious '05.

Steve Buscemi.

Desperate to make it big as a photographer, Les befriends Toby, a young actor with no direction, who romances a pop star.

(NR) (2:00) SHO: Tue.

10:30 A.M., 5:15 A.M.

(CC)� Delta Farce '07.

Larry the Cable Guy.

An Army officer mistakes three buddies for Army Reservists and deploys them to Iraq, but their vehicle is prematurely ejected over Mexico.

(PG-13) (1:30) TMC: Wed.

11:15 A.M., 6:30 P.M.

(CC)� The Devil Commands '41.

Boris Karloff.

A scientist's daughter narrates his attempt to contact his dead wife's brain wave.

(NR) (1:15) TCM: Mon.

6 A.M.� The Devil Wears Prada '06.

Meryl Streep.

A recent college graduate lands a job working for a famous and diabolical editor of a New York fashion magazine.

(PG-13) (2:30) FX: Tue.

7:30 P.M., Wed.

5:30 P.M.� Devour '05.

Jensen Ackles.

Friends become increasingly addicted to a video game that has an evil agenda.

(R) (1:30) TMC: Sat.

9 P.M., 12:15 A.M.� Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star '03.

David Spade.

Hoping to make a comeback, a man stays with a suburban family to prepare for the lead role in a Rob Reiner film.

(PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Wed.

1 A.M., Thu.

10 A.M.

(CC)� Die Hard '88.

Bruce Willis.

A New York policeman outwits foreign thugs holding his wife and others in a Los Angeles high-rise.

(R) (2:20) ENC: Wed.

10:10 A.M., 10 P.M.

(CC)� Die Hard 2 '90.

Bruce Willis.

The sequel's police hero spots military terrorists while waiting for his wife at a Washington, D.C., airport.

(R) (2:30) AMC: Sat.

10:30 P.M.� Dirty Harry '71.

Clint Eastwood.

A police detective defies his superiors and gambles with innocent lives to capture a sniper terrorizing San Francisco.

(R) (2:15) AMC: Sat.

1 A.M.

(CC)� Dirty War '04.

Alastair Galbraith.

British authorities track the terrorists who detonated a dirty bomb in London.

(1:30) HBO: Wed.

5:05 A.M.

(CC)� The Distinguished Gentleman '92.

Eddie Murphy.

Armed with the same name as a late U.S.

senator, a con man goes to Washington and plays the game.

(R) (2:00) MAX: Mon.

8 P.M., Fri.

6:15 P.M.

(CC)� Do Not Disturb '65.

Doris Day.

An American's work with his secretary in London leaves his wife open to a Continental charmer.

(NR) (1:45) MAX: Wed.

6:15 A.M.

(CC)� Doc Hollywood '91.

Michael J.

Fox.

An upstart plastic surgeon gets stuck in a one-doctor Southern town and falls in love with a local.

(PG-13) (2:45) CMT: Sun.

5 P.M., Mon.

noon.� Dr.

Dolittle 3 '06.

John Amos.

A young woman uses her ability to talk to animals to save a dude ranch on the verge of financial collapse.

(PG) (2:00) ABCFAM: Sat.

2 P.M.

(CC)� Dr.

Dolittle: Tail to the Chief '08.

Kyla Pratt.

A young woman who talks to animals helps the president of the United States.

(PG) (2:00) ABCFAM: Sat.

4 P.M.

(CC)� Dr.

Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas '00.

Jim Carrey.

A curmudgeon living atop Mount Crumpit sets out to quash the yuletide preparations of the Christmas-loving Whos of Whoville.

Anthony Hopkins narrates.

(PG) (1:45) ENC: Tue.

7:30 A.M., 6:10 P.M.

(CC)� Dr.

Strangelove Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb '64.

Peter Sellers.

President Muffley and his advisers man the Pentagon war room, as planes with bombs head toward Moscow.

(PG) (1:45) TCM: Wed.

10:30 P.M.� Doctor Zhivago '65.

Omar Sharif.

Boris Pasternak's story of a poet/doctor, his wife and his lover unfolds during the Russian Revolution.

(PG-13) (3:30) TCM: Fri.

1:30 P.M.

(CC)� Don't Look Down '98.

Megan Ward.

Haunted by visions of her sister's violent death, a woman seeks treatment for fears of meeting a similar fate.

(2:00) LIFE: Sat.

1 P.M.

(CC)� Doomsday '08.

Rhona Mitra.

A commander and her crew venture into long-quarantined Scotland to find the counteragent to a deadly virus that has re-emerged in London.

(R) (1:50) MAX: Tue.

6:10 P.M.

(CC)� The Doors '91.

Val Kilmer.

UCLA film student Jim Morrison finds a girlfriend, forms a band and turns tragic 1960s rock star.

(R) (2:25) HBO: Wed.

midnight (CC)� Dr.

Seuss' Horton Hears a Who! '08.

Jim Carrey.

Animated.

Horton the elephant's friends and neighbors think he has gone crazy when he claims that a tiny community lives on a speck of dust.

(G) (1:30) HBO: Sat.

8 P.M.

(CC)� Dracula '79.

Frank Langella.

Van Helsing investigates as the vampire count scales walls and visits bedrooms at an English manor.

(R) (2:30) AMC: Tue.

9 A.M.

(CC)E� Earth Girls Are Easy '89.

Geena Davis.

Valley girls cruise Southern California with Mac, Wiploc and Zebo from the planet Jhazzala.

(PG) (1:45) ENC: Sun.

9:15 A.M., SHO: Wed.

3:45 P.M., 5:05 A.M.

(CC)� Eastern Promises '07.

Viggo Mortensen.

A chain of murder and retribution uncoils when a man who is tied to a crime family in London crosses paths with a resolute midwife.

(R) (1:45) HBO: Tue.

2 A.M.

(CC)� Eddie '96.

Whoopi Goldberg.

An avid basketball fan becomes head coach after a Texas tycoon buys the New York Knicks.

(PG-13) (1:45) SHO: Sun.

11 A.M., Sat.

9:30 A.M.� The Edge '97.

Anthony Hopkins.

A plane crash strands rivals in the Alaskan wilderness, where they contend with nature and a vicious kodiak bear.

(R) (2:05) STZ: Sat.

2:35 A.M.

(CC)� Eight Days a Week '97.

Joshua Schaefer.

A teen observes small-town eccentrics while camped out one summer in front of his dream girl's house.

(R) (1:40) ENC: Thu.

1:20 P.M.

(CC)� 8 Heads in a Duffel Bag '97.

Joe Pesci.

A mob messenger's luggage containing grisly contents is mistakenly switched with a med student's bag at an airport.

(R) (1:40) ENC: Mon.

1:40 A.M.

(CC)� Elizabeth I '06.

Helen Mirren.

The Queen of England balances her personal desires with the prospect of a strategic marriage, but she cannot wed the Earl of Leicester and would not marry the Earl of Essex.

(4:00) HBO: Wed.

3 P.M.

(CC)� Enchanted '07.

Amy Adams.

Live action/animated.

Banished by an evil queen, a princess from a fairy-tale world lands in modern Manhattan, where music, magic and "happily ever after" are sorely lacking.

(PG) (1:55) STZ: Sun.

1:40 P.M., Sat.

6:25 A.M., 7:05 P.M., 4:40 A.M.

(CC)� The End of the Affair '55.

Deborah Kerr.

A civil servant's wife in wartime London vows to leave her injured lover if he recovers.

(NR) (2:00) TCM: Mon.

8:45 A.M.

(CC)� Enemy Mine '85.

Dennis Quaid.

An Earthian space pilot crash-lands on a planet with a lizardlike warrior from the Dracon Empire.

(PG-13) (1:55) ENC: Mon.

2:50 P.M.

(CC)� Enemy of the State '98.

Will Smith.

A former NSA operative aids the innocent victim of a politically motivated assassination cover-up.

(R) (2:15) ENC: Thu.

8 P.M., Fri.

12:20 P.M.

(CC)� The English Patient '96.

Ralph Fiennes.

A Hungarian count's fling with a British newlywed leads to tragedy in World War II North Africa.

(R) (2:50) ENC: Sun.

2:50 A.M.

(CC)� Epicenter '00.

Gary Daniels.

A detective and her prisoner must join forces to survive after Los Angeles is hit by a devastating earthquake.

(R) (2:00) SCI-FI: Wed.

3 A.M.� Erotic Seductions '07.

A term paper on mating leads to carnal encounters for a student.

(NR) (1:20) TMC: Fri.

4 A.M.

(CC)� Escape From Alcatraz '79.

Clint Eastwood.

Based on the true story of a hardened convict who engineered an elaborate plan to bust out of the famed prison in 1962.

(PG) (2:30) AMC: Mon.

1:30 A.M.

(CC)� Escape in the Fog '45.

Nina Foch.

A nurse has premonitions about a murder and tries to save the intended victim.

(NR) (1:15) TCM: Thu.

7:15 A.M.

(CC)� Excessive Force '93.

Thomas Ian Griffith.

An urban policeman applies martial arts to a mobster and anyone else who gets in his way.

(R) (1:30) MAX: Thu.

3 P.M.

(CC)� Executive Decision '96.

Kurt Russell.

A commando squad must conduct a midair assault upon a hijacked plane loaded with terrorists and a deadly nerve gas.

(R) (2:15) ENC: Sat.

8 P.M.

(CC)� Exit Wounds '01.

Steven Seagal.

A tough Detroit policeman lands in a new precinct and discovers a rogue group of cops who run a drug ring.

(R) (1:45) MAX: Mon.

4:15 P.M., Sat.

8:15 P.M.

(CC)� Exodus '60.

Paul Newman.

An Israeli nationalist, a U.S.

nurse and 611 Jewish refugees break a 1947 British blockade.

(NR) (3:30) TCM: Tue.

8 A.M.

(CC)� Exorcist: The Beginning '04.

Stellan Skarsgard.

While visiting an excavation site in Cairo, Egypt, a former priest sees signs of demonic possession.

(R) (2:30) AMC: Tue.

8 P.M., 10:30 P.M.

(CC)� Extreme Measures '96.

Hugh Grant.

A homeless man's mysterious death puts an emergency-room physician on the trail of a doctor who experiments on the living.

(R) (2:05) ENC: Tue.

11:35 P.M.

(CC)F� Family Sins '04.

Kirstie Alley.

An assistant attorney general probes allegations that a model citizen committed heinous crimes.

Based on a true story.

(NR) (2:00) LIFE: Sat.

9 P.M., 11 P.M.

(CC)� Far and Away '92.

Tom Cruise.

An Irish farmer and his landlord's daughter come to 1890s Boston, where he boxes and they join the Oklahoma land rush.

(PG-13) (2:30) ENC: Mon.

12:20 P.M.

(CC)� The Fast and the Furious '01.

Vin Diesel.

An undercover police officer investigates a gang leader suspected of stealing electronic equipment.

(PG-13) (2:30) FX: Fri.

8 P.M., Sat.

5 P.M.� The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift '06.

Lucas Black.

An American street racer in Japan learns an exciting but dangerous new style and goes head-to-head with a local champion who has ties to the Yakuza.

(PG-13) (1:45) TNT: Sat.

8 P.M., 9:45 P.M.

(CC)� Father of the Bride '50.

Spencer Tracy.

An overwhelmed banker sums up his daughter's wedding, from engagement to reception.

(NR) (1:45) TCM: Sun.

8 P.M.

(CC)� Father's Little Dividend '51.

Spencer Tracy.

Father hears Daughter is pregnant in this sequel to "Father of the Bride." (NR) (1:30) TCM: Sun.

9:45 P.M.� Feast of Love '07.

Morgan Freeman.

Friends explore themes of love, pain and happiness through telling their own life stories.

(R) (1:45) SHO: Mon.

midnight, Wed.

10 P.M.� Feel the Noise '07.

Omarion Grandberry.

A Harlem rapper and his half-brother hope to become music stars and perform Reggaeton, a blend of hip-hop, reggae and Latin music.

(PG-13) (1:35) ENC: Fri.

2:35 P.M., 5 A.M.

(CC)� Felicia's Journey '99.

Bob Hoskins.

A pregnant young woman from Ireland searches for the man she loves, who moved to England without leaving an address.

(PG-13) (1:55) TMC: Sun.

7:30 A.M., 4:40 A.M., Sat.

8:45 A.M., 5:10 A.M.� Fiddler on the Roof '71.

Topol.

A poor Jewish milkman and his wife try to marry off their five daughters in czarist Russia.

(G) (3:15) TCM: Fri.

1 A.M.

(CC)� The Field '90.

Richard Harris.

A tormented Irish patriarch and an American businessman struggle for possession of a plot of land in 1930s Ireland.

(PG-13) (2:00) SHO: Thu.

7 A.M.� Final Draft '07.

James Van Der Beek.

A screenwriter loses his grip on reality after locking himself in his apartment to meet a deadline.

(NR) (1:30) TMC: Sun.

11:50 P.M., Wed.

8 P.M.� Fingerprints '06.

Leah Pipes.

A series of murders are linked to the tragic deaths of schoolchildren 50 years earlier.

(R) (1:35) TMC: Wed.

9:30 P.M.

(CC)� Fire Serpent '07.

Nicholas Brendon.

A veteran firefighter tries to convince others about a creature spawned by the sun.

(R) (2:00) SCI-FI: Tue.

3 A.M.� The Firm '93.

Tom Cruise.

A law-school grad uncovers a sinister secret about the Tennessee firm that made him an offer he couldn't refuse.

(R) (3:30) AMC: Thu.

8 A.M.� First Knight '95.

Sean Connery.

King Arthur loves Guinevere and tries to keep her from the clutches of Lancelot and a land-grabber.

(PG-13) (2:20) ENC: Sat.

4:50 A.M.

(CC)� First Sunday '08.

Ice Cube.

Bumbling thieves decide to rob a church to raise some much-needed cash, but they discover that someone else has already beaten them to the punch.

(PG-13) (1:45) STZ: Fri.

3:20 P.M., 10:40 P.M., Sat.

8:20 A.M.

(CC)� A Fistful of Dollars '64.

Clint Eastwood.

Sergio Leone's classic about a mysterious drifter's involvement with warring factions in a Mexican border town.

(R) (2:30) AMC: Sat.

12:30 P.M.

(CC)� Flicka '06.

Alison Lohman.

A teenager in modern-day Wyoming tames a mustang and dreams of, one day, running her father's ranch.

(PG) (2:00) FX: Wed.

8 P.M., 10 P.M., Sat.

12:30 P.M.� The Fly '86.

Jeff Goldblum.

David Cronenberg's remake of the 1958 classic about a botched experiment that transmutes a man into a monstrous insect.

(R) (2:00) AMC: Fri.

1 A.M.

(CC)� The Fly II '89.

Eric Stoltz.

The genius son of "The Fly" loves a researcher and mutates at the laboratory of an evil tycoon.

(R) (2:15) AMC: Fri.

3 A.M.

(CC)� The Flying Scotsman '06.

Jonny Lee Miller.

In the early 1990s Graeme Obree battles mental illness while chasing his dream of achieving cycling stardom.

(PG-13) (1:45) TMC: Sun.

11:05 A.M., 6:15 P.M.

(CC)� Fool's Gold '08.

Matthew McConaughey.

A treasure hunter drags his estranged wife and her boss on a quest to find 40 chests of lost Spanish gold.

(PG-13) (1:55) MAX: Sun.

11:35 A.M.

(CC)� Fools Rush In '97.

Matthew Perry.

A New York WASP and a feisty Latina wed when a one-night fling leaves her pregnant.

(PG-13) (2:00) HBO: Mon.

4 P.M., Sat.

7 A.M.

(CC)� Forbidden Fantasies '05.

Brooke Hunter.

A sexy filmmaker shoots a documentary about a sinful madam.

(NR) (1:25) TMC: Sun.

1:20 A.M.

(CC)� Forbidden Lust '02.

Mandy Fisher.

Two detectives look for clues in the case of a beautiful woman who has married and buried a series of rich husbands.

(NR) (1:30) TMC: Thu.

3:15 A.M.

(CC)� Forbidden Science 4: Dark Secrets '09.

A compilation of episodes from the erotic series.

(1:30) MAX: Mon.

11:30 P.M.

(CC)� Forrest Gump '94.

Tom Hanks.

JFK, LBJ, Vietnam, Watergate and other history is seen through the eyes of an Alabama man with an IQ of 75.

(PG-13) (2:30) HBO: Mon.

11 A.M., Thu.

6:35 A.M.

(CC)� The 40-Year-Old Virgin '05.

Steve Carell.

Three dysfunctional co-workers embark on a mission to help their newfound friend lose his sexual innocence.

(NR) (3:00) USA: Sat.

6 P.M.

(CC)� 1408 '07.

John Cusack.

A writer who specializes in debunking supernatural phenomena experiences true terror when he spends a night in a reputedly haunted room of a hotel.

(PG-13) (1:45) TMC: Thu.

6 A.M., 2 P.M., 1:30 A.M.

(CC)� Frequency '00.

Dennis Quaid.

A policeman tries to alter the past after making radio contact with his father, a firefighter who died 30 years earlier.

(PG-13) (2:10) STZ: Wed.

6:10 A.M., Fri.

5:05 P.M., 4 A.M.

(CC)� Friday After Next '02.

Ice Cube.

Working as security guards, Craig and Day-Day run into the thief who stole their Christmas presents.

(R) (2:00) USA: Fri.

6 A.M.

(CC)� Friends With Money '06.

Jennifer Aniston.

The lives of four best friends intertwine around their relationships with one another, their significant others and their wallets.

(R) (2:00) LIFE: Thu.

9 P.M.

(CC)� From Dusk Till Dawn '96.

Harvey Keitel.

Desperado brothers kidnap a preacher and his kids, commandeer their RV and wind up in a Mexican strip joint where vampires lurk.

(R) (2:15) TNT: Fri.

9:30 P.M.

(CC)� Funny Games '07.

Naomi Watts.

Two deranged young men take a vacationing family hostage and subject them to torture.

(R) (1:55) MAX: Wed.

1:55 A.M.

(CC)� Funny Money '06.

Chevy Chase.

Henry runs into trouble with his wife, a good and bad cop, and Mr.

Big after accidentally trading his briefcase for one with a million dollars inside.

(R) (1:40) ENC: Wed.

2:10 A.M., Thu.

10:05 A.M.

(CC)� Futurama: Bender's Game '08.

Voices of Lauren Tom.

Animated.

While searching for fuel, the crew encounters an underworld inhabited by medieval creatures and knights.

(NR) (2:00) COMEDY: Mon.

9 P.M.

(CC)G� The Game '97.

Michael Douglas.

A control freak's disreputable brother introduces him to a mysterious game that invades his ordered existence.

(R) (3:00) AMC: Thu.

8 P.M., Fri.

5 P.M.

(CC)� Gangs of the Dead '06.

Noel G.

Rival gangs fight for their lives after a meteorite turns Los Angeles citizens into zombies.

(R) (1:30) TMC: Wed.

11:05 P.M.� Garage Days '02.

Kick Gurry.

Internal strife and romantic entanglements threaten the integrity of a struggling rock band as they look for their big break.

(R) (1:45) MAX: Mon.

4:30 A.M.

(CC)� Gardens of the Night '07.

Gillian Jacobs.

Teens who were kidnapped at a young age and released years later learn to cope with the past.

(R) (2:00) SHO: Sun.

11 P.M., Sat.

2 A.M.� Garfield '04.

Breckin Meyer.

Live action/animated.

An orange cat tries to save his owner's new dog after a television personality kidnaps it.

(PG) (1:30) TOON: Sun.

9 A.M.� Gargoyles: Wings of Darkness '04.

Michael Par??.

Two CIA agents on assignment in Bucharest, Romania, discover an ancient creature has returned to wreak havoc.

(NR) (2:00) SCI-FI: Sun.

11 P.M.� George Stevens: A Filmmaker's Journey '84.

The son of the Oscar-winning director of such films as "Shane" and "Giant" reviews his father's career.

(NR) (2:00) TCM: Mon.

8 P.M.� Get Rich or Die Tryin' '05.

Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson.

A drug dealer wants to leave his violent life behind and pursue his dream of becoming a rap artist.

(R) (2:30) BET: Sat.

10:30 P.M., 1:30 A.M.� Ghostbusters '84.

Bill Murray.

Parapsychologists with nuclear guns go into business ridding New York of poltergeists.

(PG) (2:30) AMC: Sun.

10:30 A.M., 8 P.M.� Ghostbusters II '89.

Bill Murray.

Now the parapsychologists are trying to rid New York of stress-related pink slime.

(PG) (2:30) AMC: Sun.

1 P.M., 10:30 P.M.� Ghosts of Mississippi '96.

Alec Baldwin.

A Mississippi prosecutor and the widow of Medgar Evers crusade to retry a white racist for the 1963 murder of the NAACP leader.

(PG-13) (2:10) MAX: Thu.

8:50 A.M.

(CC)� Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story '09.

Cuba Gooding Jr.

Inspired by his mother to never give up, Detroit native Ben Carson overcomes poverty and prejudice to become a neurosurgeon.

(2:00) TNT: Sun.

9 A.M.

(CC)� Gigi '58.

Leslie Caron.

An heir finds that he wants to marry the teen groomed to be his mistress in Gay '90s Paris.

(G) (2:15) TCM: Sun.

2 P.M.

(CC)� Girls Just Want to Have Fun '85.

Sarah Jessica Parker.

An Army colonel's daughter dares to try out for a TV dance show with her girlfriend and boyfriend.

(PG) (1:30) ENC: Mon.

6 A.M.

(CC)� The Glimmer Man '96.

Steven Seagal.

An LAPD detective links murders blamed on a serial killer to a tycoon eliminating business associates.

(R) (1:35) ENC: Fri.

8 P.M., Sat.

1:20 P.M.

(CC)� The Go-Getter '07.

Lou Taylor Pucci.

After his mother dies, a teen steals a car and sets out in search of his estranged half-brother, keeping in contact with the car's owner via cell phone.

(R) (1:45) TMC: Tue.

12:30 P.M., 8 P.M., Sat.

7:15 P.M.� God Said, Ha! '98.

Julia Sweeney.

Julia Sweeney gives a one-woman account of her brother's terminal cancer and her bout with cervical cancer.

(PG-13) (1:30) TMC: Sun.

6 A.M., Thu.

10:55 A.M., 7 P.M.� Gods and Monsters '98.

Ian McKellen.

With his housekeeper and gardener near, ailing film director James Whale recalls his life.

(R) (2:00) SHO: Tue.

midnight (CC)� Gossip '00.

James Marsden.

As part of a class project, three college students start a rumor about a sexual encounter, which soon escalates out of control.

(R) (1:35) HBO: Fri.

2:35 A.M.

(CC)� Gracie '07.

Dermot Mulroney.

After the death of her older brother, a teenager petitions her high school for the right to take his place on the boys varsity soccer team.

(PG-13) (2:00) WE: Sun.

noon.� Grease '78.

John Travolta.

Nice Sandy and greaser Danny try to be like each other in their 1950s high school.

(PG) (2:30) ABCFAM: Sun.

1 P.M.

(CC)� Grease 2 '82.

Maxwell Caulfield.

A square British exchange student turns hip motorcyclist to woo a cool girl in his 1961 high school.

(PG) (2:30) ABCFAM: Sun.

3:30 P.M.

(CC)� The Great Escape '63.

Steve McQueen.

Allied soldiers dig a tunnel out of a Nazi prison camp, pocketfuls of dirt at a time.

(NR) (2:55) ENC: Wed.

5:20 A.M.

(CC)� Great Expectations '46.

John Mills.

Dickens' orphan Pip goes to London to become a gentleman, thanks to his anonymous benefactor.

(NR) (2:00) TCM: Fri.

10 A.M.

(CC)� The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid '72.

Cliff Robertson.

Cole Younger, Jesse James and their gang go north to rob the biggest bank west of the Mississippi.

(PG) (2:15) AMC: Sat.

10:15 A.M.

(CC)� The Groomsmen '06.

Edward Burns.

Respective problems trouble family and friends as they gather to celebrate the impending wedding of the groom.

(R) (1:40) TMC: Thu.

5:20 P.M.� Gunga Din '39.

Cary Grant.

British soldiers and their water carrier face the Thugs at the Khyber Pass in 1890s India.

(NR) (2:00) TCM: Mon.

4 A.M.

(CC)� Guy X '05.

Jason Biggs.

A soldier learns about a U.S.

government cover-up involving casualties of the Vietnam War.

(R) (1:45) SHO: Mon.

5:45 P.M., Fri.

4:45 P.M.� Guys and Dolls '55.

Marlon Brando.

A Broadway gambler bets that a Runyonesque high roller cannot take a sidewalk soul-saver on a date to Havana.

(NR) (2:30) MAX: Tue.

6:30 A.M.

(CC)H� Hairspray '07.

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) (2:00) MAX: Sat.

8 A.M.

(CC)� Halloween '07.

Malcolm McDowell.

A psychiatrist follows an escaped psychopath's blood-soaked trail back to his hometown.

(R) (2:00) SHO: Fri.

12:30 A.M.

(CC)� Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers '88.

Donald Pleasence.

Dr.

Loomis renews his hunt for killer Mike, who has escaped from the hospital once again.

(R) (2:00) AMC: Tue.

4 P.M.

(CC)� Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers '89.

Donald Pleasence.

Dr.

Loomis meets Mike's 9-year-old niece, who seems to know when he's going to kill next.

(R) (2:00) AMC: Tue.

6 P.M.

(CC)� The Hammer '07.

Adam Carolla.

A famous boxing coach offers a 40-year-old underachiever another chance to train for a spot on the U.S.

Olympic team.

(R) (1:35) HBO: Mon.

3:15 A.M.

(CC)� Hancock '08.

Will Smith.

A scruffy superhero protects the citizens of Los Angeles but leaves horrendous collateral damage in the wake of every well-intentioned feat.

(PG-13) (1:35) STZ: Sun.

12:05 P.M., 8 P.M., Mon.

12:30 A.M., Tue.

8:40 A.M., 9 P.M., Fri.

9 P.M., Sat.

10:05 A.M., 5:25 P.M.

(CC)� Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour in Disney Digital 3D '08.

Miley Cyrus.

The young performer does a musical tour in 2007, with special backstage footage and guests the Jonas Brothers.

(G) (1:20) STZ: Sun.

6 A.M., 6:40 P.M., Wed.

5:45 P.M., Thu.

noon (CC)� The Happening '08.

Mark Wahlberg.

A high-school science teacher and his wife flee to the farmlands of Pennsylvania in an attempt to escape an invisible killer that threatens all of humanity.

(R) (1:30) MAX: Thu.

4:30 P.M., 11:45 P.M.

(CC)� Harlem Nights '89.

Eddie Murphy.

Business partners sting a white mobster trying to take over their nightclub in 1930s Harlem.

(R) (2:30) BET: Thu.

1 P.M.

(CC)� Harold & Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay '08.

Kal Penn.

After the high-flying stoners try to smuggle a bong aboard a flight to Amsterdam, the two find themselves in jail on charges of terrorism.

(R) (1:45) HBO: Thu.

4:15 A.M.

(CC)� Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle '04.

John Cho.

After smoking marijuana, two roommates scour New Jersey to satisfy their hunger for hamburgers.

(R) (2:00) COMEDY: Sat.

1 A.M.

(CC)� Hatching Pete '09.

Jason Dolley.

A teenager becomes a big hit when he dons a chicken suit to become a high-school mascot.

(NR) (1:40) DIS: Wed.

8 P.M., Thu.

noon.� Head of State '03.

Chris Rock.

An alderman becomes a presidential candidate and chooses his unsophisticated brother as a running mate.

(PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Fri.

10 A.M.

(CC)� Head Over Heels '01.

Monica Potter.

A New Yorker living with four models falls for a neighbor who may be a murderer.

(PG-13) (2:00) USA: Tue.

2 A.M.

(CC)� The Heartbreak Kid '07.

Ben Stiller.

After his new bride reveals her nasty nature, a man meets the woman who may be his real soulmate and tries to woo her.

(R) (2:00) HBO: Mon.

12:15 A.M.

(CC)� Heartbreakers '01.

Sigourney Weaver.

Mother and daughter con-artists try to swindle a cigarette tycoon, but things go wrong when one falls in love.

(PG-13) (2:30) COMEDY: Thu.

8 A.M.

(CC)� Heaven '02.

Cate Blanchett.

After falling in love with a widow, an Italian policeman tries to help her kill a drug dealer.

(R) (1:45) SHO: Sun.

4:15 P.M.� Heavens Fall '06.

Timothy Hutton.

In 1931 a New York defense lawyer comes to the aid of nine black men accused of raping two white women in the South.

(PG-13) (1:45) SHO: Wed.

10:30 A.M.

(CC)� Hellboy '04.

Ron Perlman.

The son of the devil helps a top-secret organization investigate and destroy paranormal creatures.

(PG-13) (2:30) FX: Wed.

10 A.M.� Hellboy II: The Golden Army '08.

Ron Perlman.

Hellboy and his team face an underworld prince who plans to awaken a lethal army and use it to reclaim Earth for his magical kindred.

(PG-13) (2:00) MAX: Tue.

11 A.M., 8 P.M.

(CC)� Herbie: Fully Loaded '05.

Lindsay Lohan.

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