The Movie Channel Extra (Pacific) Schedule

The Movie Channel Extra (Pacific)

The Movie Channel Extra (Pacific) TV Schedule

Local listings for: Virginia [Set TV Provider]
Friday, April 18 2014
  • Time Show
    • 12:35am
      Boys and Girls

      Two friends in a platonic relationship vow to help each other through college - but can't come to terms with their mutual attraction. The simple idea may have potential, but viewers will find it difficult to care about such uninteresting characters. Romantic comedy, starring Freddie Prinze Jnr, Claire Forlani and Heather Donahue, alongside Alyson Hannigan and Jason Biggs - who appeared together in the superior teen offering American Pie

    • in 21 mins

      Three brothers run an underground bootlegging operation in Depression-era Virginia. However, as their criminal activities become increasingly successful, a corrupt deputy sheriff demands a cut of the profits, forcing them to fight to defend their livelihood. Crime drama, starring Shia LaBeouf, Tom Hardy, Jason Clarke, Gary Oldman and Guy Pearce

    • 4:10am
      Hannah Takes the Stairs

      A young woman experiments with various relationships, as she searches for personal and professional fulfillment.

    • 5:35am
      The Shooter

      A tough Federal marshal travels to Prague to arrest the woman who assassinated a Cuban ambassador - but ends up falling for her instead. Thriller, starring Dolph Lundgren, Maruschka Detmers, John Ashton and Assumpta Serna

    • 7:05am
      D3: The Mighty Ducks

      The ice hockey team find themselves in a tight spot while attending an exclusive sports academy - leaving their former coach battling to save their necks once again. Second sequel to the comedy, starring Emilio Estevez, Joshua Jackson, Jeffrey Nordling and Joss Ackland

    • 8:50am
      Letters to God

      A troubled mailman befriends the family of a boy who copes with cancer by writing daily notes to God.

    • 10:45am
      Ernest Goes to Jail

      Dim-witted caretaker Ernest P Worrell is enlisted as a juror in a murder trial, but soon finds himself behind bars in place of the defendant. Crazy comedy with twice the irritant factor, thanks to star Jim Varney playing both Ernest and his doppelganger. Only true fans and the very young will be able to stand it. Barbara Tyson, Randall 'Tex' Cobb and Gailard Sartain co-star

    • 12:10pm
      Ernest Scared Stupid

      A dim-witted handyman accidentally brings to life an evil troll while trying to build a treehouse for local youngsters. Unfortunately, the nasty creature has the magical power to turn children into wooden dolls, while the well-meaning buffoon's efforts to banish the beast only cause more mayhem. Children's comedy, starring Jim Varney and Eartha Kitt

    • 1:45pm

      An economics graduate agrees to take part in a drug trial and soon finds a way to turn the situation to his financial advantage - but as the dangerous chemical takes a firmer hold on him, his senses begin to spin out of control. Ridiculous comedy, hampered by a dumb script and lazy direction from Wayne's World veteran Penelope Spheeris. Marlon Wayans, David Spade, Matthew Lillard, Rip Torn and Brad Dourif star

    • 3:30pm
      Notting Hill

      A scatterbrained bookshop owner falls for an American multi-millionaire film star when she visits London to promote her latest movie in writer Richard Curtis's smash-hit follow-up to Four Weddings and a Funeral. Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts are perfect as the unlikely couple, who face all manner of obstacles to make their romance work. Rhys Ifans delivers a great performance as Grant's wacky flatmate. Feelgood romantic comedy directed by Roger Michell, with Emma Chambers, James Dreyfus, Gina McKee, Hugh Bonneville and Tim McInnerny

    • 5:35pm
      Red RidingSeason 1 Episode 1: 1974

      New series of three interlinking dramas set against the backdrop of the search for the Yorkshire Ripper in the 1970s and 1980s, based on David Peace's Red Riding novels. A rookie journalist attends a press conference where a woman makes an emotional plea for her missing daughter. He soon discovers similarities between the disappearance of two other girls, and becomes determined to investigate the links - only to come up against an increasingly complex web of lies and deceit. Starring Andrew Garfield, Sean Bean, Warren Clarke, Rebecca Hall and David Morrissey. The second film, 1980, can be seen next week

    • 7:30pm
      Red RidingSeason 1 Episode 2: 1980

      The trilogy of dark dramas continues. Leeds, December 1980, and the Ripper's reign of terror has lasted six years, so the Home Office sends in senior Manchester officer Peter Hunter to review the investigation. Convinced his colleagues have been blindsided by the Ripper tapes, Hunter believes the man they are looking for has already been interviewed and dismissed. However, having previously made enemies in the force while dealing with a shooting incident in 1974, Hunter finds himself increasingly isolated. Paddy Considine stars, with Maxine Peake, Tony Pitts, Peter Mullan, Lesley Sharp and David Morrissey

    • 9:10pm
      Red RidingSeason 1 Episode 3: 1983

      The action moves to 1983 for the conclusion of the drama trilogy. A schoolgirl's disappearance bears striking similarities to the abduction and murder of Clare Kemplay in 1974, forcing Chief Superintendent Maurice Jobson to realise he may have helped convict the wrong man. Meanwhile, solicitor John Piggott is persuaded by the imprisoned man's mother to fight this miscarriage of justice - and soon unearths a trail of cover-ups. Starring David Morrissey and Mark Addy

    • 11:00pm
      Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events

      The darkly funny series of children's books is brought to the screen, with Jim Carrey heading the cast as the villainous Count Olaf. The three precocious Baudelaire children - inventor Violet, bookworm Klaus and toddler Sunny - are left orphans when the family home burns down. They are soon entrusted into the care of their sinister uncle, a master of disguise who is determined to get his hands on the family fortune. Quickly realising he's up to no good, the children flee from one prospective guardian to the next - but their conniving relative is never far behind with a murderous scheme up his sleeve. Billy Connolly, Meryl Streep and Emily Browning also star in this whimsical gothic fantasy

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