The Movie Channel HD Schedule

The Movie Channel HD

The Movie Channel HD TV Schedule

Local listings for: Virginia [Set TV Provider]
Friday, April 18 2014
  • Time Show
    • 2:50am
      Dog Pound

      Gritty drama set in a young offenders institute

    • in 10 mins
      Enduring Love

      After witnessing a shocking accident, a man and his girlfriend attempt to put the traumatic events behind them - but their efforts are thwarted by the increasingly obsessive attentions of a loner who was also at the scene. Downbeat and intense thriller, adapted from a novel by Ian McEwan, and featuring impressive lead performances from Daniel Craig, Rhys Ifans and Samantha Morton

    • 6:15am

      A mild-mannered man starts working as an industrial spy in an attempt to liven up his life. However, when he meets a sexy femme fatale, he ends up embroiled in a dangerous game of counter-espionage and uncovers a sinister brainwashing scheme that leaves him questioning his own identity. Intriguing psychological thriller, starring Jeremy Northam, Lucy Liu and Nigel Bennett

    • 8:00am

      Documentary examining the dance movement known as krumping that has developed in South Central, Los Angeles. The film reveals how a children's clown began the phenomenon as a reaction to the 1992 riots, and examines how for many teenagers, dancing has become a non-violent alternative to gang culture. The account culminates in a competition known as the Battleground, where krumpers from across the city pit their skills against each other

    • 9:30am
      Nobody Walks

      A wealthy family's lives are changed when they take a young artist into their home. Drama starring John Krasinski, Olivia Thirlby, Rosemarie DeWitt, India Ennenga, and Justin Kirk

    • 11:00am
      Winter Solstice

      A man struggles to overcome his grief and get on with his life after his wife's death - a state of affairs which is also affecting his sons. However, when one of the lads makes a momentous decision, those around him are suddenly spurred into action, with life-changing consequences. Drama, starring Anthony LaPaglia, Aaron Stanford, Mark Webber and Allison Janney

    • 12:30pm
      Between Us

      A New York couple and their Midwestern friends find that drastic changes have occurred in their respective lives since they last met. Based on the play by Joe Hortua.

    • 2:05pm
      The Double

      A retired CIA agent returns to duty when a senator is murdered. The former spy believes the killing has all the hallmarks of an infamous Soviet assassin he spent most of his career in pursuit of, and joins forces with the inexperienced FBI agent assigned to the case. Espionage thriller, starring Richard Gere, Topher Grace and Martin Sheen

    • 3:45pm

      Fact-based, dark mystery focusing on the life and sudden death of actor George Reeves, famed for his role as Superman in the 1950s TV series. The story is told in flashback through the eyes of Adrien Brody, a private investigator hired by Reeves' mother to unearth the truth surrounding her troubled son's demise. Ben Affleck stars as the struggling Hollywood player, along with Bob Hoskins and Diane Lane.

    • 5:55pm
      The Silver Linings Playbook

      Following a period in a mental health facility, Pat moves back in with his parents to get his life on track and re-establish his relationship with Nikki, his estranged wife. Whilst at dinner with an old friend, Pat meets the young widow Tiffany, who has a whole load of her own problems. An unlikely friendship blossoms and both Pat and Tiffany try to let go of the past and move forwards. Comedy-drama starring Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Robert De Niro and Chris Tucker.

    • 8:00pm
      The Master

      A tormented Second World War veteran with a fierce temper struggles to find a place in the world after leaving the navy. He seems to find meaning in his life as he develops an intense relationship with a man starting his own religion, but his darker impulses remain hard to control, especially when confronted with evidence of the cult leader's dishonesty. Paul Thomas Anderson's drama, starring Joaquin Phoenix, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Amy Adams

    • 10:30pm
      Knife Fight

      Political strategist Paul Turner finds himself questioning his work as 3 of his clients force him to look at the darker side of his work. Drama starring Rob Lowe, Carrie-Anne Moss, Julie Bowen, Saffron Burrows and Eric McCormack.

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