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1MOVIE 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� Absolute Power '97.

Clint Eastwood.

A veteran thief catches the president of the United States in adultery and a murder cover-up.

(R) (2:10) STZ: Wed.

3:10 A.M.

(CC)� Ace Ventura Jr.: Pet Detective '09.

Josh Flitter.

The son of a supersleuth comes to the rescue when his mother is the prime suspect in the kidnapping of a baby panda.

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

7 P.M., Thu.

11 A.M., Fri.

7 P.M.� Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls '95.

Jim Carrey.

A sacred white bat's disappearance begets bloodshed between African tribes and puts the goofy pet sleuth on the case.

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

5 P.M.

(CC)� The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl '05.

Taylor Lautner.

A 10-year-old and his imaginary friends try to save a distant planet from the forces of darkness.

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

9 P.M., Mon.

noon (CC)� Advise and Consent '62.

Henry Fonda.

Based on Allen Drury's novel about the events surrounding a newly appointed secretary of state's confirmation hearings.

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

3:30 P.M.� Airheads '94.

Brendan Fraser.

Would-be rockers armed with squirt guns take a radio station hostage for not playing their demo.

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

10 A.M.

(CC)� A/K/A Tommy Chong '05.

Comic Tommy Chong is arrested for manufacturing drug paraphernalia.

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

3:15 P.M.

(CC)� Alibi Ike '35.

Joe E.

Brown.

An eccentric ballplayer known for his unorthodox pitching style finds major-league trouble with a girl and gangsters.

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

4 P.M.� Alice '90.

Mia Farrow.

A pampered Manhattan housewife embarks upon a mystical odyssey of self-discovery following a visit to a Chinatown healer.

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

4 P.M.� Alien '79.

Tom Skerritt.

After answering an SOS, a crew encounters a merciless, horrifying creature aboard a space tanker.

(R) (2:30) A&E: Sat.

1:30 P.M.

(CC)� All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 '96.

Voices of Ernest Borgnine.

Animated.

A junkyard dog and a newly deceased pal return to Earth to retrieve Gabriel's trumpet.

(G) (1:30) STZ: Tue.

7:15 A.M.

(CC)� All the Brothers Were Valiant '53.

Robert Taylor.

Whaling brothers sail the 19th-century South Seas, where black pearls and a woman bring mutiny.

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

11:45 P.M.

(CC)� American Drug War: The Last White Hope '07.

Government agents, judges, politicians and others discuss the long battle to keep illegal drugs out of the United States.

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

1:45 P.M.� American Gangster '07.

Denzel Washington.

A chauffeur rises to prominence as the most-powerful crime boss in 1970s Harlem.

(R) (2:40) HBO: Tue.

2:35 A.M.

(CC)� American Psycho II: All American Girl '02.

Mila Kunis.

Obsessed with serial killers, a college student resorts to murder in order to become a professor's teaching assistant.

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

10:45 P.M., 2 A.M.� An American Werewolf in Paris '97.

Tom Everett Scott.

A young American meets a lovely lycanthrope while in Paris.

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

11:05 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) ENC: Sun.

9:50 A.M.

(CC)� Amos & Andrew '93.

Nicolas Cage.

A car thief helps inept police when they overreact to reports of a burglar in the home of an author in an exclusive neighborhood.

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

11:20 A.M.

(CC)� Angel of Death '09.

Zoe Bell.

Haunted by her victims, a ruthless assassin decides to kill her gangster employers.

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

2 A.M.� Animal 2 '07.

Ving Rhames.

A prisoner becomes an underground fighter to help his son on the outside.

(NR) (1:45) SHO: Fri.

12:30 A.M.

(CC)� Apollo 13 '95.

Tom Hanks.

Astronauts Jim Lovell, Fred Haise and Jack Swigert try to return to Earth after an explosion aborts the April 1970 moonshot.

(PG) (2:20) MAX: Thu.

10 P.M.

(CC)� Appaloosa '08.

Ed Harris.

The arrival of an attractive widow complicates the attempts of two lawmen to bring a malevolent rancher to justice.

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

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

(CC)� Arachnophobia '90.

Jeff Daniels.

A doctor and his wife buy a California farm with termites and a killer spider from Venezuela.

(PG-13) (1:50) ENC: Mon.

3:50 P.M.

(CC)� Areola 51 '07.

Molinee Green.

An alien abduction of the erotic kind leads to sensuous pleasures.

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

1:35 A.M.

(CC)� Armageddon '98.

Bruce Willis.

A NASA rep recruits an oil driller and his team of mavericks to save Earth from an oncoming asteroid.

(PG-13) (2:40) STZ: Sun.

2:40 P.M.

(CC)� The Atomic Submarine '59.

Arthur Franz.

The crew of an atomic sub has a close encounter with a space monster while scouring the Arctic for missing vessels.

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

6 A.M.

(CC)� August Rush '07.

Freddie Highmore.

A boy uses his prodigious musical gifts to find his parents, unaware that they have begun a similar journey to find him.

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

1:30 P.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: Fri.

10 A.M.

(CC)� Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me '99.

Mike Myers.

The secret agent travels back in time to the 1960s to rescue his stolen mojo from Dr.

Evil.

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

10 A.M.

(CC)� The Avengers '98.

Ralph Fiennes.

British agents John Steed and Emma Peel confront a villain planning world domination with a weather machine.

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

8 P.M., Sat.

4:50 P.M.

(CC)� Away From Her '07.

Julie Christie.

A long-married couple struggle with her Alzheimer's disease.

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

6:05 P.M.B� Babe '95.

James Cromwell.

An Australian farmer adopts a piglet that becomes a champion herder of sheep.

Live action/animatronics.

(G) (1:45) HBO: Mon.

6:15 A.M.

(CC)� Babe: Pig in the City '98.

Magda Szubanski.

A farmer's wife and her young porker are detained in a city rooming house with a menagerie.

Live action/animatronics.

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

7:45 A.M.

(CC)� Baby Mama '08.

Tina Fey.

A battle of wills breaks out when a working-class gal moves in with the high-powered executive who hired her to be a surrogate mother.

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

6:15 P.M., Fri.

10 P.M.

(CC)� Back to the Future '85.

Michael J.

Fox.

A teen takes a crackpot's DeLorean time machine to 1955 and sees his parents in high school.

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

6:20 A.M., 1:10 P.M.

(CC)� Backlash '56.

Richard Widmark.

A gunman searches for his gold-thief father with the widow of a man whose death his father caused.

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

5:45 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.

4:30 P.M.

(CC)� The Basketball Diaries '95.

Leonardo DiCaprio.

Crime pays for the drug addiction of a high-school hoopster and three teammates in 1960s New York.

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

2:15 A.M.� Batman Begins '05.

Christian Bale.

Bruce Wayne becomes Gotham City's Dark Knight.

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

5 P.M.

(CC)� Be Cool '05.

John Travolta.

Chili Palmer runs afoul of music-industry players when he teams up with a friend's widow to produce a singer's debut album.

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

10 P.M.

(CC)� 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) (1:30) HBO: Wed.

6:30 P.M.

(CC)� 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.

4:30 P.M.

(CC)� Beetlejuice '88.

Michael Keaton.

A ghoul helps a newly dead couple haunt the tasteless new owners of their beloved home.

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

noon (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) TMC: Mon.

9:35 P.M.

(CC)� Behind Enemy Lines '97.

Thomas Ian Griffith.

A former Marine returns to Vietnam to rescue a comrade and retrieve nuclear triggers.

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

1:05 A.M.

(CC)� Bells Are Ringing '60.

Judy Holliday.

A busybody telephone operator falls for a writer experiencing a creative slump.

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

8 P.M.

(CC)� Beowulf '07.

Voices of Ray Winstone.

Animated.

A warrior battles a ferocious demon and its evil but seductive mother.

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

8:30 A.M., 8 P.M., 4 A.M.� Beowulf '99.

Christopher Lambert.

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

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

noon (CC)� The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas '82.

Burt Reynolds.

Texas madam Miss Mona and her sheriff boyfriend try to save her Chicken Ranch from a TV muckraker.

(R) (2:45) CMT: Sun.

3 P.M., 8:15 P.M., Mon.

10 P.M., 12:30 A.M.� The Best Man '64.

Henry Fonda.

Presidential contenders vie for their party's nod and a dying ex-president's blessing.

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

1:30 P.M.

(CC)� The Beverly Hillbillies '93.

Jim Varney.

A woman hopes to tie up Jed Clampett, a mountain-man Easterner, and his newly acquired wealth in the bonds of matrimony.

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

11:40 A.M.

(CC)� Bewitched '05.

Nicole Kidman.

An actual witch and a neurotic movie star land the lead roles in a television remake of the 1960s sitcom.

(PG-13) (2:15) TBS: Sat.

11:15 A.M., 10 P.M.

(CC)� Beyond Loch Ness '08.

Brian Krause.

A vengeful scientist traces the Loch Ness monster to Lake Superior.

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

2 P.M.

(CC)� Bhowani Junction '56.

Ava Gardner.

A British colonel falls in love with an Anglo-Indian woman in World War II India.

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

3:15 A.M.

(CC)� The Bikini Shop '86.

Michael David Wright.

An MBA and his beach-bum brother gladly inherit their aunt's boardwalk bikini shop.

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

4:20 A.M.� Billy Liar '63.

Tom Courtenay.

A British undertaker's clerk lies to his girlfriends and dreams of a land where he is king.

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

12:15 P.M.

(CC)� The Black Dahlia '06.

Josh Hartnett.

Two cops investigate a starlet's grisly murder in 1940s Los Angeles.

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

3:30 A.M.

(CC)� Black Dog '98.

Patrick Swayze.

A trucker with a vehicular manslaughter conviction agrees to drive a suspicious shipment for his boss.

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

9 A.M.

(CC)� Black Hawk Down '01.

Josh Hartnett.

U.S.

soldiers take heavy fire while trying to capture a warlord's associates in Mogadishu, Somalia.

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

10 A.M.� Black Irish '06.

Brendan Gleeson.

A teen tries to keep his life together while his parents wallow in an unhappy marriage and his brother tries to lure him into criminal behavior.

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

2 A.M.� Blindness '08.

Julianne Moore.

A doctor's wife is one of the only individuals immune to a strange epidemic that causes people to lose their eyesight.

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

4:45 P.M., 1 A.M.

(CC)� Blood on the Arrow '64.

Dale Robertson.

An outlaw survives an Indian raid and rescues a couple's son taken captive.

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

7:45 A.M.

(CC)� Blown Away '94.

Jeff Bridges.

An Irish explosives expert targets an old foe and his family living in Boston.

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

1:15 P.M.

(CC)� The Blue Butterfly '04.

William Hurt.

An entomologist takes a woman and her terminally ill son to the jungle to find a butterfly.

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

4:30 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) SHO: Tue.

10:30 A.M.

(CC)� Boat Trip '03.

Cuba Gooding Jr.

Two skirt-chasing buddies discover too late that their travel agent has booked them on an all-gay cruise.

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

1 A.M., Wed.

10 A.M.

(CC)� Bob the Butler '05.

Tom Green.

A novice manservant takes a job with a neurotic single mother and her mischievous children.

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

6:45 A.M., 3:25 P.M.� Body Shots '99.

Sean Patrick Flanery.

The possible date rape of an acquaintance frames this look at several L.A.

friends and their views on sex.

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

8 A.M.� Bottom Feeder '06.

Tom Sizemore.

A mutated monster terrorizes a group of maintenance workers in underground tunnels.

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

7 P.M.

(CC)� Bottoms Up '06.

Paris Hilton.

A bartender falls for the girlfriend of an up-and-coming star while visiting Los Angeles.

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

midnight (CC)� Bounce '00.

Gwyneth Paltrow.

An ad executive seeks out the widow of a stranger who swapped tickets with him before boarding an ill-fated flight.

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

2 P.M.

(CC)� The Bourne Ultimatum '07.

Matt Damon.

Jason Bourne continues to look for clues to unravel his true identity.

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

1:30 P.M.

(CC)� Boys' Night Out '62.

Kim Novak.

Would-be swingers Fred, George, Doug and Howard share a sexy blonde who's secretly doing a thesis on men.

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

2 P.M.

(CC)� The Brady Bunch Movie '95.

Shelley Long.

The Bradys and their TV-series clan refuse to sell their home to a shady real-estate developer.

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

8 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: Wed.

6 A.M.

(CC)� Bratz '07.

Nathalia Ramos.

Four lifelong best friends face new challenges when they enter high school.

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

8:15 A.M.� Bravo Two Zero '98.

Sean Bean.

Eight British commandos fight for their lives after they are trapped behind enemy lines during the Gulf War.

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

noon.� Break a Leg '03.

John Cassini.

Unable to land good roles, a frustrated actor decides to sabotage his competitors.

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

10:35 A.M.� Break Up '98.

Kiefer Sutherland.

Detectives pursue a deaf woman, who is accused of killing her abusive husband.

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

2:05 A.M.

(CC)� Bridge to Terabithia '07.

Josh Hutcherson.

A boy and his new friend, the class outsider, create an imaginary world in which they rule as king and queen.

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

9 P.M.

(CC)� Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason '04.

Ren??e Zellweger.

An attractive lawyer and Bridget's former boss threaten her newfound happiness with Mark Darcy.

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

9:10 A.M., 3 A.M.� 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) ENC: Thu.

midnight (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) (1:40) ENC: Sat.

11:30 A.M., 6:20 P.M., 5 A.M.

(CC)� Broken Bridges '06.

Toby Keith.

A fallen country singer reunites with his true love and meets his teenage daughter for the first time.

(PG-13) (2:15) CMT: Fri.

11:30 P.M., Sat.

3 P.M.� 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) (1:35) STZ: Sat.

3:30 P.M., 12:40 A.M.

(CC)� The Bucket List '07.

Jack Nicholson.

Two terminally ill men leave their hospital ward and set out to complete a list of things they want to do before they die.

(PG-13) (1:40) MAX: Fri.

3:20 P.M.

(CC)� The Buddy System '84.

Richard Dreyfuss.

A writer finds romance with the single mother of a boy he met while working as a school security guard.

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

4 A.M.

(CC)� Bug '06.

Ashley Judd.

At a rundown desert motel, a woman begins a tentative relationship with a newcomer, which quickly degenerates into paranoia after the man insists that he has tiny insects under his skin.

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

2:30 A.M.� Bulletproof '96.

Damon Wayans.

A mobster's goons pursue a fugitive underling turning state's evidence to an undercover policeman he once shot.

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

8:30 P.M.

(CC)� Burn After Reading '08.

George Clooney.

Chaos reigns when a gym employee and her colleague try to benefit from a disc that they think holds state secrets but, really, contains the memoirs of a former CIA analyst.

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

8 P.M.

(CC)C� Cabin Fever '02.

Jordan Ladd.

College students fall prey to a flesh-eating virus after they head to the woods for a vacation.

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

2:30 P.M., Thu.

11 P.M.� 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: Sun.

5:45 P.M., 11 P.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.

3 P.M.

(CC)� Carrie '76.

Sissy Spacek.

A social misfit with psychic powers wreaks havoc at her prom to get even with pranksters.

(R) (1:45) ENC: Fri.

10:05 A.M., 9:30 P.M.

(CC)� Cars '06.

Voices of Owen Wilson.

Animated.

A rookie race car learns about life from classic autos in a town along Route 66.

(G) (2:05) DIS: Sat.

6:15 P.M.

(CC)� Casper '95.

Christina Ricci.

A teen who lost her mother befriends friendly ghost Casper while staying at a mean heiress's haunted mansion.

(PG) (1:50) ENC: Mon.

8:30 A.M.

(CC)� Cat on a Hot Tin Roof '58.

Elizabeth Taylor.

Two brothers, one an alcoholic who resents his devoted wife, visit their dying millionaire father in the South.

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

10:30 A.M.

(CC)� Chain Reaction '96.

Keanu Reeves.

A scientist and a machinist become caught in a conspiracy.

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

11:30 A.M.

(CC)� Chicken Little '05.

Voices of Zach Braff.

Animated.

A young fowl and his friends flock together to save skeptical townsfolk from an alien attack.

(G) (1:30) DIS: Mon.

8 P.M., Tue.

noon.� Children of Men '06.

Clive Owen.

When infertility threatens mankind with extinction, a disillusioned bureaucrat becomes the unlikely champion in the fight for the survival of Earth's population.

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

3:45 A.M.

(CC)� Circus Clown '34.

Joe E.

Brown.

An embittered acrobat quits the circus, but his son takes up the profession, only to fall for a female impersonator.

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

2:45 P.M.� 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: Tue.

10 P.M., Wed.

3 P.M.

(CC)� Clerks II '06.

Rosario Dawson.

Slackers Dante and Randal find that they must change their lives, now that they are in their 30s, and must expand their horizons beyond pop culture and sex.

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

1 A.M.

(CC)� Collateral Damage '02.

Arnold Schwarzenegger.

A Los Angeles firefighter travels to Colombia to find the terrorist who killed his wife and son.

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

11 A.M., 2 A.M.

(CC)� College Road Trip '08.

Martin Lawrence.

A cop accompanies his daughter on a trip to visit the colleges to which she is applying.

(G) (1:30) STZ: Mon.

3:15 P.M., 10:45 P.M., Tue.

10:40 A.M.

(CC)� The Color of Freedom '07.

Joseph Fiennes.

Friendship evolves between imprisoned Nelson Mandela and his warden, James Gregory.

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

5:30 P.M.

(CC)� Colors '88.

Sean Penn.

A veteran policeman and his rookie partner fight Los Angeles street gangs.

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

2:20 A.M.

(CC)� The Condemned '07.

Steve Austin.

Prisoners from all over the world fight to the death, while a live Internet audience watches.

(R) (1:55) TMC: Fri.

midnight.� Conspiracy Theory '97.

Mel Gibson.

An obsessive New York cabby, in love with a government worker, learns that one of his suspicions is justified.

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

8 P.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: Tue.

8 P.M.� Crashing '07.

Campbell Scott.

A middle-aged author cures his writer's block by sleeping with two collegians.

(R) (1:25) TMC: Tue.

10:05 P.M.� Crazy Girls Undercover '08.

Nikki Ziering.

A former CIA agent has adventures with his female sidekicks.

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

3:30 A.M.� Crocodile Dundee II '88.

Paul Hogan.

Colombian drug dealers pursue the outback he-man and his Manhattan girlfriend in Australia.

(PG) (2:00) HBO: Tue.

2:30 P.M.

(CC)� The Crush '93.

Cary Elwes.

A writer moves into a wealthy family's guest house and befriends a precocious 14-year-old daughter.

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

8 P.M.

(CC)� Cry Danger '51.

Dick Powell.

An ex-bookie, released from false imprisonment, returns to avenge himself and his partner, still in jail.

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

2:30 P.M.

(CC)� Cry, the Beloved Country '52.

Canada Lee.

A preacher's son kills a rich white farmer's son in Johannesburg.

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

10:30 A.M.D� Dadnapped '09.

Emily Osment.

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

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

8 P.M., Thu.

noon.� Dances With Wolves '90.

Kevin Costner.

A Union officer at a frontier outpost befriends the Lakota and adopts their culture.

(PG-13) (4:00) AMC: Sun.

4 P.M.

(CC)� The Dark '05.

Maria Bello.

After the death of her daughter, a woman meets a mysterious girl who supposedly died in a mass suicide 50 years earlier.

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

12:30 P.M.

(CC)� Dark Blue '02.

Kurt Russell.

A rookie policeman objects when his hard-edged partner conspires with his mentor to pin murders on two ex-convicts.

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

5:30 P.M.� The Dark Half '93.

Timothy Hutton.

Based on Stephen King's novel about a writer whose seedy alter ego manifests itself through murder.

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

2:10 P.M.

(CC)� Dark Passage '47.

Humphrey Bogart.

A San Francisco art student hides a fugitive recovering from underworld plastic surgery.

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

2 P.M.

(CC)� The Darwin Awards '06.

Joseph Fiennes.

A former police detective and a cynical field agent investigate suspicious deaths across the country for an insurance company.

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

12:30 P.M.� Date With an Angel '87.

Michael E.

Knight.

A guy engaged to a spoiled girl wakes up with a hangover and meets an angel with a broken wing.

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

6:30 A.M., 3:30 P.M.

(CC)� The Day the World Ended '01.

Nastassia Kinski.

Townspeople blame a series of grisly murders on a child psychiatrist, not realizing the real killer isn't human.

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

3 A.M.� Dead Man Walking '95.

Susan Sarandon.

A nun helps a double murderer deal with his actions and prepare for his execution in a New Orleans prison.

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

7:30 A.M.

(CC)� Death at a Funeral '07.

Matthew MacFadyen.

Secret revelations and chaos reign when members of a dysfunctional British family gather to lay their patriarch to rest.

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

4 P.M., Fri.

10 A.M.

(CC)� Death Race '08.

Jason Statham.

Imprisoned for a murder he did not commit, a three-time speedway champion must compete in a brutal auto race in which the penalty for losing is death.

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

3 P.M., 10 P.M., Sat.

noon, 6 P.M.

(CC)� Death Valley '04.

Eric Christian Olsen.

A gang of thugs terrorizes a group of partygoers in the California desert.

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

1:15 A.M.

(CC)� Decoys 2: Alien Seduction '07.

Kim Poirier.

Female aliens pose as students to mate with young men at a college.

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

3 A.M.

(CC)� Definitely, Maybe '08.

Ryan Reynolds.

At his young daughter's urging, a man on the cusp of divorce reminisces about his past romances and has her guess which one became her mother.

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

10:30 A.M.

(CC)� D??j?? Vu '06.

Denzel Washington.

A time-traveling federal agent falls in love with a New Orleans woman who is fated to be murdered.

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

3 P.M.� Delirious '05.

Steve Buscemi.

Les grows jealous of his new friend's romance with a pop star.

(NR) (1:50) TMC: Thu.

1:35 P.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) SHO: Mon.

3:45 P.M., 12:30 A.M., Thu.

6:30 P.M.

(CC)� Demolition Man '93.

Sylvester Stallone.

The police defrost an imprisoned ex-officer to catch an escaped convict in 2032 San Angeles.

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

2 P.M.

(CC)� The Departed '06.

Leonardo DiCaprio.

In Boston an undercover cop gains a gangland chief's trust, while a career criminal infiltrates the police force for the mob.

(R) (3:00) FX: Sun.

8 P.M., Mon.

5 P.M.� The Derby Stallion '05.

Sarah Blackman.

Patrick trains to race in the Derby Cup but must overcome several challenges to be champion.

(PG) (1:45) SHO: Thu.

6:45 A.M.

(CC)� The Descent '05.

Shauna Macdonald.

Women on a caving expedition encounter ravenous underground predators that would love to sink their teeth into fresh meat.

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

4:30 P.M.

(CC)� Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo '05.

Rob Schneider.

Deuce meets a series of unusual women when a pimp uses him as bait to find a killer.

(R) (1:30) TBS: Fri.

11:30 P.M., 2 A.M.� Diary of a Mad Black Woman '05.

Kimberly Elise.

A woman must put her life back together after her husband of 18 years abruptly kicks her out of the house.

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

10 P.M.� Die, Monster, Die! '65.

Boris Karloff.

An American in England finds plants, animals and his future in-laws mutated by a meteorite.

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

4:45 A.M.

(CC)� Disney's Teacher's Pet '04.

Voices of Nathan Lane.

Animated.

A talking dog poses as a schoolboy and hopes a zany scientist can transform him into a human.

(PG) (1:20) ENC: Sun.

8:30 A.M.

(CC)� Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood '02.

Sandra Bullock.

Forced to visit her estranged mother in Louisiana, a New York playwright learns about her past through a scrapbook.

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

6:15 P.M.

(CC)� Divorce American Style '67.

Dick Van Dyke.

A couple break up after 15 years of marriage, then get back together as the easy way out.

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

4:15 A.M.� Dr.

T & the Women '00.

Richard Gere.

A renowned gynecologist falls in love with a golf pro, as his wife regresses into childishness and his daughter prepares for her wedding.

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

9:35 A.M., 8 P.M., Fri.

2:50 P.M.� The Dog Problem '06.

Giovanni Ribisi.

Emotionally troubled and heavily in debt, a man follows his therapist's advice and buys a dog for companionship.

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

10 A.M.� Don't Say a Word '01.

Michael Douglas.

A desperate psychiatrist must get a patient to give him information that will convince a kidnapper to free the doctor's kidnapped daughter.

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

6 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) MAX: Sat.

5:35 A.M.

(CC)� Dragon Fighter '02.

Dean Cain.

A genetically engineered dragon escapes from an underground laboratory and threatens to set the world ablaze.

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

3 A.M.

(CC)� Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story '93.

Jason Scott Lee.

Based on the life of the martial artist from Hong Kong who found fame as a movie star living in danger.

(PG-13) (2:05) ENC: Tue.

4:40 A.M.

(CC)� Dragonquest '09.

Marc Singer.

A young hero must awaken a dragon to battle a legendary creature summoned by a warlord.

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

9 P.M.� Dream Lover '94.

James Spader.

A Los Angeles architect learns his second wife is not who she claims to be.

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

1 P.M.

(CC)� A Dry White Season '89.

Donald Sutherland.

A white South African challenges government policies when he accuses a police captain of the murder of a black man.

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

4:40 A.M.

(CC)� Dude, Where's My Car? '00.

Ashton Kutcher.

Two slackers are clueless after a night of heavy partying.

(PG-13) (1:25) MAX: Tue.

12:25 A.M.

(CC)� Dumb & Dumber '94.

Jim Carrey.

An inept dog groomer and a limousine driver chase the latter's dream girl cross country.

(PG-13) (2:15) TBS: Thu.

10 P.M.

(CC)E� Eagle Eye '08.

Shia LaBeouf.

Two strangers become pawns of a mysterious woman who threatens their friends and family and uses technology to control their every move.

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

4:30 P.M., midnight, Fri.

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

(CC)� Earth vs.

the Spider '58.

Ed Kemmer.

Hot-rodding teenagers come to the rescue when a giant spider attacks their Midwestern town.

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

4 A.M.� Easy Money '83.

Rodney Dangerfield.

Photographer Monty will be rich from his late mother-in-law's estate if he can curb his vices for a year.

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

4:50 P.M.

(CC)� Elmer the Great '33.

Joe E.

Brown.

A country bumpkin-turned-baseball player foils crooked pitchers and racketeers conspiring to fix the World Series.

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

12:15 P.M.� End of the Century: The Story of the Ramones '03.

Rodney Bingenheimer.

Filmmaker Michael Gramaglia gives a sweeping overview of punk rockers the Ramones.

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

10 A.M., 5:20 A.M., Fri.

6 A.M.� 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) STZ: Mon.

5 A.M.

(CC)� Eraser '96.

Arnold Schwarzenegger.

A Witness Protection Program agent hides a woman who knows about defense-field traitors planning to sell a superweapon.

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

6:05 P.M., 12:50 A.M., Mon.

noon (CC)� E.T.

the Extra-Terrestrial '82.

Henry Thomas.

A boy's close encounter with an alien stranded on Earth leads to a unique friendship in Steven Spielberg's Oscar-winning film.

(PG) (1:55) MAX: Thu.

6:50 A.M.

(CC)� The Ex '06.

Zach Braff.

A chronic underachiever takes a job at his father-in-law's advertising firm and locks horns with his wife's paraplegic former lover.

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

11:40 A.M.

(CC)� Exit Speed '08.

Lea Thompson.

Ten bus passengers become stranded and must fight off murderous bikers from inside a scrap yard.

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

12:05 A.M.� Exposed '83.

Nastassja Kinski.

An innocent New York model follows her violinist lover to Paris as he hunts a global terrorist.

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

4:55 P.M.

(CC)F� The Faculty '98.

Jordana Brewster.

High-school students gradually begin to suspect that their teachers are from another planet.

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

8 A.M.� Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer '07.

Ioan Gruffudd.

Reed, Susan, Johnny and Ben face an intergalactic messenger who has arrived to prepare Earth for destruction.

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

4:30 P.M.

(CC)� The Farmer Takes a Wife '35.

Henry Fonda.

In the early 1800s, a young woman living along the Erie Canal dreams of leaving her family's lifestyle behind.

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

10:15 P.M.� Fashions of 1934 '34.

Bette Davis.

A con artist conspires with a clothing designer to conquer the French fashion world.

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

1 A.M.� The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift '06.

Lucas Black.

An American street racer in Japan learns a new style and takes on the champion.

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

6 P.M.

(CC)� Fatal Reunion '05.

Erika Eleniak.

A terrified woman works with a district attorney to stop an old acquaintance who is stalking her.

(2:00) LIFE: Sat.

3 P.M.

(CC)� Feast of Love '07.

Morgan Freeman.

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

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

12:30 A.M., Thu.

12:30 A.M.

(CC)� Ferris Bueller's Day Off '86.

Matthew Broderick.

A cool teen plays hooky in Chicago with his girlfriend, his buddy and the classic Ferrari of his buddy's father.

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

5:30 P.M.

(CC)� The Fifth Element '97.

Bruce Willis.

A New York City cabdriver tries to save 2259 Earth from impact with an onrushing anti-life force.

(PG-13) (2:15) MAX: Sat.

7:45 P.M.

(CC)� 50 First Dates '04.

Adam Sandler.

A veterinarian tries to make a woman who has short-term memory loss fall in love with him.

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

9 P.M., 2 A.M.

(CC)� Fifty Pills '06.

Lou Taylor Pucci.

After losing his college scholarship, a young man tries to sell Ecstasy to raise the money he needs for his education.

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

4:30 P.M., Tue.

10 A.M.

(CC)� Final Destination '00.

Devon Sawa.

Teens meet with horrible ends after a classmate's precognitive vision leads to their ejection from a doomed airliner.

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

3:10 P.M., 10 P.M.

(CC)� Fingerprints '06.

Leah Pipes.

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

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

1:30 A.M.

(CC)� Firehouse Dog '07.

Josh Hutcherson.

Lost and presumed dead by his handlers, a pampered canine star becomes a troubled youth's best pal and a rundown firehouse's official mascot.

(PG) (2:00) HBO: Thu.

6 A.M.

(CC)� Fireman Save My Child '32.

Joe E.

Brown.

A local baseball star who would rather fight fires is promoted to the St.

Louis Cardinals.

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

9:45 A.M.� First Snow '07.

Guy Pearce.

A fast-talking salesman scrambles to avoid his fate after a roadside psychic tells him he will not live past winter's first snowfall.

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

1:30 P.M.

(CC)� Five Easy Pieces '70.

Jack Nicholson.

A former concert pianist who works in an oil field takes his waitress girlfriend to visit his wealthy, cultured family.

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

2:30 A.M.

(CC)� Flatliners '90.

Kiefer Sutherland.

Medical students play with death by stopping one another's vital signs for minutes, then zapping the subject back to consciousness.

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

10:35 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) SHO: Sun.

6:30 A.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) HBO: Mon.

10:30 P.M., Fri.

9 A.M., 6 P.M.

(CC)� Footlight Parade '33.

James Cagney.

A director creates and stages extravagant musical prologues for movie theaters.

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

11 P.M.

(CC)� For Love of the Game '99.

Kevin Costner.

An aging pitcher learns that he will soon lose his girlfriend and his spot with the Detroit Tigers.

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

8 P.M., 11 P.M.

(CC)� Fred Claus '07.

Vince Vaughn.

The yuletide season brings headaches for Santa Claus, who bails his ne'er-do-well brother Fred out of trouble and puts him to work in his factory.

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

8 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.

midnight (CC)� Full Count '06.

William Baldwin.

Before departing for college, five lifelong friends must help one of their own.

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

1 P.M., Fri.

4:55 P.M.

(CC)� Funny Girl '68.

Barbra Streisand.

Ziegfeld Follies star Fanny Brice falls for gambler Nicky Arnstein.

(G) (2:45) TCM: Wed.

2:45 P.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) TMC: Sat.

2 P.M.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: Wed.

10:30 P.M., Thu.

2:30 P.M.

(CC)� The Game Plan '07.

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.

A star football player tries to juggle his carefree lifestyle, his team's bid for the championship and the needs of his newly discovered young daughter.

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

8:40 A.M., 6:05 P.M., 5:50 A.M.

(CC)� Genghis Khan '65.

Stephen Boyd.

The Mongol conqueror of central Asia opposes the tribal chieftain who was once his master.

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

5:30 P.M.� Get Shorty '95.

John Travolta.

A film-loving loan shark teams with a B-movie producer to become a Hollywood mogul.

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

8 P.M.

(CC)� Ghost Image '07.

Elisabeth R??hm.

A woman's dead boyfriend communicates with her through a video made the night before his accident.

(PG-13) (1:40) TMC: Mon.

9:30 A.M., Fri.

9:55 A.M., 5:15 A.M.

(CC)� Ghost Town '08.

Ricky Gervais.

A man who sees spirits finally agrees to a persistent request by one of them to sabotage the impending marriage of his widow.

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

6:30 P.M.

(CC)� Ghoulies '85.

Peter Liapis.

A teen, his befuddled girlfriend, two benevolent elves and a nest of satanic creatures converge in a crumbling mansion.

(PG-13) (1:20) MAX: Tue.

6:10 A.M.

(CC)� The Giant Spider Invasion '75.

Barbara Hale.

A scientist and his girlfriend look for car-size mutant spiders in the Midwest.

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

3:15 A.M.� The Girl in the Caf?? '05.

Bill Nighy.

A lonely bureaucrat begins a life-changing romance with a mysterious woman whom he invites along on an economic summit.

(1:45) HBO: Wed.

9:30 A.M.

(CC)� Go Figure '05.

Jordan Hinson.

A teenage figure skater must join the girls' hockey team to obtain a scholarship at the school of a renowned coach.

(1:40) DIS: Fri.

3 A.M., Sat.

3 A.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) SHO: Mon.

2 P.M.� Gold Diggers of 1933 '33.

Joan Blondell.

A songwriter's big check puts chorus girls to work but incurs his brother's wrath.

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

9:15 P.M.

(CC)� GoldenEye '95.

Pierce Brosnan.

A secret weapon's theft sends Agent 007 to Russia, where a pretty computer programmer helps him track an ex-cohort believed dead.

(PG-13) (3:00) USA: Mon.

11:30 A.M.

(CC)� Gone Baby Gone '07.

Casey Affleck.

Two private investigators tread dangerous ground as they scour the Boston underworld for a kidnapped child.

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

10:50 A.M., 10:45 P.M.

(CC)� Gone in Sixty Seconds '00.

Nicolas Cage.

A former thief must agree to steal 50 cars in one night to save his brother from being killed by a vehicle smuggler.

(PG-13) (2:15) TNT: Sun.

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

(CC)� Gone With the Wind '39.

Clark Gable.

A fiery Southern belle struggles to return her family's estate to its original magnificence after the Civil War.

(G) (4:00) TCM: Thu.

8 P.M.� The Good Companions '57.

Eric Portman.

Based on J.B.

Priestley's story about musical entertainers.

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

2:30 A.M.� The Goonies '85.

Sean Astin.

Coastal Oregon kids follow the treasure map of pirate One-Eyed Willie past his deadly traps to gold.

(PG) (2:15) TBS: Sun.

5:45 P.M.� The Goonies '85.

Sean Astin.

Coastal Oregon kids follow the treasure map of pirate One-Eyed Willie past his deadly traps to gold.

(PG) (2:15) TBS: Sun.

11:45 P.M.

(CC)� The Grapes of Wrath '40.

Henry Fonda.

Poor sharecroppers the Joads leave dust bowl Oklahoma in hope of better luck in California.

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

8 P.M.� The Great Debaters '07.

Denzel Washington.

In 1930s Texas, Mel Tolson inspires students at a predominately black college to form a debate team and strive for the national championship.

(PG-13) (2:10) SHO: Sat.

7:35 A.M., 3:45 P.M.

(CC)� The Great Outdoors '88.

Dan Aykroyd.

A Chicago man and his family go camping with his obnoxious brother-in-law and his family.

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

1 A.M.

(CC)� Green Fire '54.

Grace Kelly.

An emerald miner's digging in Colombia leaves his girlfriend's coffee plantation open to a flood.

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

1:30 A.M.

(CC)� Grendel '07.

Chris Bruno.

King Hrothgar recruits warrior Beowulf to fight the monster Grendel.

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

10 A.M.� Grindhouse '07.

Kurt Russell.

Filmmakers Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez pay tribute to 1970s-era exploitation films with "Death Proof" and "Planet Terror," plus fictitious ads and movie trailers.

(R) (3:15) ENC: Sat.

11:45 P.M.

(CC)� Grosse Pointe Blank '97.

John Cusack.

A hit man returns to his hometown for a high-school reunion and meets the prom date he stood up years before.

(R) (1:55) STZ: Tue.

12:05 P.M.

(CC)� The Guardian '06.

Kevin Costner.

A trainer in a Coast Guard program for rescue swimmers turns a cocky recruit into his protege and takes him on a mission to the Bering Strait.

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

3 A.M.

(CC)� Gun Glory '57.

Stewart Granger.

An ex-gunslinger shunned by townsfolk is the only one who knows how to stop a ruthless cattleman.

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

11 A.M.� Gun Shy '00.

Liam Neeson.

A therapist helps a legendary agent who has lost his nerve but must fulfill one final obligation before retiring.

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

2 A.M.

(CC)� The Guyver '92.

Mark Hamill.

An alien device transforms an unsuspecting teen into an invulnerable superhero.

Based on the Japanese comic book.

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

7:45 A.M.

(CC)H� Half Past Dead '02.

Steven Seagal.

An undercover FBI agent battles a criminal mastermind and his team of mercenaries after they break into the new high-tech prison on Alcatraz.

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

2 A.M.

(CC)� Halloween '07.

Malcolm McDowell.

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

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

2:30 A.M.

(CC)� Halls of Anger '69.

Calvin Lockhart.

A black teacher and a group of white students face racial unrest when they are reassigned to an inner-city high school.

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

10:15 P.M.� Hamburger Hill '87.

Anthony Barrile.

An account of the 101st Airborne Division's 10-day struggle to secure a strategic mountainside in South Vietnam.

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

10:45 A.M.

(CC)� Hamlet 2 '08.

Steve Coogan.

Outraged citizens try to pull the plug on a staging of a lighthearted musical sequel to Shakespeare's tragedy, which has been written by the high-school drama teacher.

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

8:30 P.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: Wed.

11:15 A.M., 8:27 P.M., Thu.

7:50 A.M.

(CC)� Happy Gilmore '96.

Adam Sandler.

A powerful swing convinces a hockey player he can join the PGA tour and win back his grandmother's repossessed house.

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

8 P.M., 2:50 A.M., Thu.

3 P.M., 10:20 P.M., Fri.

7:05 A.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) (1:40) MAX: Sat.

10 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.

9 P.M.

(CC)� Harrison's Flowers '00.

Andie MacDowell.

A woman searches for her photojournalist husband in war-torn Yugoslavia after hearing he is missing and presumed dead.

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

7:30 A.M.

(CC)� Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire '05.

Daniel Radcliffe.

Signs of Voldemort's return emerge as Harry's friends help him prepare for a tournament with Europe's best student wizards.

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

7:30 P.M., Thu.

7:30 P.M.

(CC)� Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix '07.

Daniel Radcliffe.

When a new professor's inadequacy leaves Hogwarts unprepared to fight the rising tide of evil, Harry teaches a small group of students how to defend against the dark arts.

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

4:30 P.M.

(CC)� Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban '04.

Daniel Radcliffe.

The young wizard and his friends confront Sirius Black, a fugitive with ties to Harry's past.

(PG) (3:00) ABCFAM: Sun.

4:30 P.M.

(CC)� Hellhounds '09.

Scott Elrod.

A Greek warrior travels to the underworld to rescue the woman that he loves.

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

4 P.M.� Henry Poole Is Here '08.

Luke Wilson.

After learning that he has only a short time to live, a man undergoes a miraculous transformation.

(PG) (1:50) STZ: Thu.

1:20 P.M.

(CC)� Herbie: Fully Loaded '05.

Lindsay Lohan.

The independent-minded Volkswagen helps the feisty daughter of a NASCAR champion find her way to the fast lane.

(G) (2:00) DIS: Tue.

8 P.M., Wed.

noon (CC)� Hercules '59.

Steve Reeves.

The Greek muscleman begins his 12 labors, saves a princess and joins Jason and the Argonauts.

(G) (2:15) AMC: Tue.

6 A.M.

(CC)� Here on Earth '00.

Chris Klein.

Two teens, sentenced to rebuild a restaurant they accidentally destroyed, vie for the affections of the owner's daughter.

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

3:15 P.M.

(CC)� Hero Wanted '08.

Cuba Gooding Jr.

A garbageman becomes the target of criminals after a bank heist goes awry.

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

8 P.M.� The Hi-Lo Country '98.

Woody Harrelson.

A rift develops between longtime friends over the love of a married woman each pines for.

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

10:15 A.M.

(CC)� Hidalgo '04.

Viggo Mortensen.

In the 19th century, a Westerner and his beloved mustang compete in an endurance race across the Arabian desert.

(PG-13) (3:00) USA: Thu.

6 A.M.

(CC)� High Noon '52.

Gary Cooper.

On the verge of retirement, a marshal stands alone to face a vengeful gunman and his gang.

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

8 P.M.

(CC)� High School Musical 3: Senior Year '08.

Zac Efron.

Troy, Gabriella and the rest of the Wildcats plan an elaborate spring musical to express their experiences, hopes and fears for their futures.

(G) (2:00) STZ: Thu.

11:20 A.M., 7:05 P.M., Fri.

8 A.M.

(CC)� Highlander '86.

Christopher Lambert.

A New Yorker beheads a swordsman in a parking lot, continuing a battle of immortals.

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

7:15 A.M.

(CC)� Highlander: Endgame '00.

Adrian Paul.

Connor and Duncan battle an evil immortal in a bid to become the last of their kind.

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

8 P.M.

(CC)� Hips, Hips, Hooray '34.

Bert Wheeler.

Two high-pressure salesmen run afoul of the law while pushing their latest product on a Hollywood beauty parlor.

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

8 P.M.� The Hitcher '07.

Sean Bean.

Two traveling students pick up a hitchhiker, unaware that he is a serial killer who intends to pin his crimes on them.

(R) (1:25) HBO: Mon.

4:35 A.M.

(CC)� The Hitman '91.

Chuck Norris.

Shot by his partner and left for dead, a policeman turns up years later as a mobster's right-hand man.

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

11:10 P.M.

(CC)� Hitman '07.

Timothy Olyphant.

An assassin's growing attachment to a traumatized young woman poses a threat to his life, as great as that of the Interpol and Russian agents on his trail.

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

1:45 P.M., 1:45 A.M.

(CC)� Hollow Man '00.

Kevin Bacon.

A scientist becomes mentally unstable after he learns the invisibility serum he tested on himself cannot be reversed.

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

6:35 P.M.

(CC)� Hollow Man 2 '06.

Christian Slater.

A Seattle detective pursues a vengeful mercenary who uses invisibility to kill.

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

2:45 A.M.

(CC)� Hollywood Flies '04.

Brad Renfro.

While on a road trip, a man and his sister pick up two hitchhikers on the run for murder and armed robbery.

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

1:15 P.M.

(CC)� Home Alone 2: Lost in New York '92.

Macaulay Culkin.

Once again left behind by his family, the boy hero lands in Manhattan and battles two burglars he faced before.

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

2 P.M.

(CC)� The Honeymooners '05.

Cedric the Entertainer.

New York bus driver Ralph Kramden and pal Ed Norton test their wives' patience with moneymaking schemes that end in failure.

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

1:15 A.M.

(CC)� Hook '91.

Dustin Hoffman.

Aided by Tinker Bell, a corporate lawyer turns into Peter Pan to rescue his children from Captain Hook.

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

noon, 3 A.M.

(CC)� The Horn Blows at Midnight '45.

Jack Benny.

A sleeping trumpet player dreams that he is a heaven-sent angel whose mystical horn will signal Armageddon.

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

9 A.M.

(CC)� Hot Rod '07.

Andy Samberg.

An accident-prone daredevil plans an outrageous stunt to raise money for lifesaving surgery for his abusive stepfather.

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

6:45 P.M., 3:15 A.M., Fri.

1 P.M., 4:45 A.M.� House of Wax '05.

Elisha Cuthbert.

Friends become stranded in a town where murderous twins entomb their victims in wax.

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

10 A.M., Wed.

8 A.M.� The Hunted '95.

Christopher Lambert.

A New York businessman witnesses the murder of a mystery woman by a ninja assassin in Japan.

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

2:40 P.M.

(CC)� The Hunters '58.

Robert Mitchum.

Two Air Force pilots in South Korea learn the rules of love and war from their commanding officer.

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

3:30 A.M.

(CC)I� I Am Legend '07.

Will Smith.

Vampires created by a man-made plague surround a lone survivor as he searches for a cure.

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

12:20 A.M.

(CC)� I Know Who Killed Me '07.

Lindsay Lohan.

After an ordeal with a sadistic kidnapper, a young woman claims to be someone else, leading some to wonder if she is ill, lying or telling a bizarre truth.

(R) (1:50) ENC: Wed.

4 A.M.

(CC)� I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry '07.

Adam Sandler.

When bureaucratic red tape prevents him from naming his children as life insurance beneficiaries, a firefighter asks his buddy to pose as his domestic partner.

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

3:20 A.M.

(CC)� Identity Theft: The Michelle Brown Story '04.

Kimberly Williams-Paisley.

A young woman faces a nightmarish battle to restore her good name after a stranger steals her identity and racks up a massive debt.

(2:00) LIFE: Sun.

3 P.M.

(CC)� Idiocracy '06.

Luke Wilson.

Selected for a human hibernation project, an average soldier awakens 500 years in the future, where society is so dumbed-down that he is the smartest person alive.

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

7 P.M.

(CC)� I'm Through With White Girls (The Inevitable Undoing of Jay Brooks) '07.

Anthony Montgomery.

A man realizes that what a woman is on the inside is more important than how she looks.

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

12:45 P.M., Wed.

4:30 P.M.

(CC)� The Immortal Battalion '44.

David Niven.

A lieutenant molds a group of British civilians into a crack fighting unit to meet Rommel's forces in North Africa.

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

12:30 P.M.� In God We Trust '80.

Marty Feldman.

An innocent monk falls in with a TV evangelist when his efforts to raise money for his monastery lead him to Hollywood.

(PG) (1:40) MAX: Tue.

4:20 A.M.

(CC)� In the Land of Women '07.

Adam Brody.

After a bad breakup leaves him heartbroken, a young man moves in with his ailing grandmother and gets involved with the family across the street.

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

1:30 P.M.

(CC)� In the Line of Fire '93.

Clint Eastwood.

An assassin toys with a White House Secret Service agent haunted for 30 years by his failure in 1963 Dallas.

(R) (2:45) AMC: Sat.

12:30 A.M.

(CC)� In Too Deep '99.

Omar Epps.

An undercover detective begins to lose his identity while searching for a drug kingpin named God.

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

4:20 A.M.� The Incredible Hulk '08.

Edward Norton.

As Bruce Banner seeks a cure for his affliction, a powerful enemy arises.

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

7 P.M., Tue.

12:30 P.M., 9 P.M.

(CC)� The Incredibles '04.

Voices of Craig T.

Nelson.

Animated.

Now fighting boredom in suburbia, a former superhero and his family get a chance to save the world.

(PG) (2:10) DIS: Sat.

8:20 P.M.

(CC)� Insatiable Cravings '07.

Nubile women must satisfy their desires.

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

1:40 A.M.

(CC)� Insatiable Obsession '06.

Beautiful women must satisfy their desires.

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

1:55 A.M.

(CC)� Intermezzo: A Love Story '39.

Leslie Howard.

On a tour break, a concert violinist meets and has an affair with his daughter's piano teacher.

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

4 A.M.� Intimate Touch '01.

Brandy Miller.

An intern learns that getting ahead at her new job has more to do with her bedroom technique than her office skills.

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

1:15 A.M.

(CC)� Into the Blue '05.

Paul Walker.

Four divers cross paths with drug smugglers.

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

2 P.M.

(CC)� Into the Wild '07.

Emile Hirsch.

Following his graduation from college, Christopher McCandless gives up his savings and possessions and makes an ill-fated trek to the Alaskan wilderness.

(R) (2:30)
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