MOVIES! Schedule


MOVIES! TV Schedule

Local listings for: Virginia [Set TV Provider]
Monday, November 30 2015
  • Time Show
    • 30 mins ago
      North to Alaska

      Gold prospector Sam travels to Seattle to fetch his partner George's fiancee. When he discovers she has married someone else, Sam takes it upon himself to find a suitable replacement. Unfortunately, his attempts to bring the substitute bride and George together do not go to plan, and a conman in the meantime is trying to get his hands on their gold. Comedy Western, starring John Wayne, Stewart Granger, Capucine and Ernie Kovacs

    • 10:40am
      Silver Bullet

      A crippled boy is the only one aware that a werewolf is stalking the streets of his home town, so sets out to persuade his family to help him slaughter the murderous monster. Horror, adapted by Stephen King from his novel Cycle of the Werewolf, starring Corey Haim, Gary Busey, Megan Follows and Everett McGill

    • 12:45pm
      The Presidio

      A military policeman-turned-cop reluctantly teams up with his old commanding officer to investigate a murder at a San Francisco Army base - and uncovers a deadly conspiracy in the process. Action thriller, with a powerhouse performance from Sean Connery, alongside an indifferent Mark Harmon and Meg Ryan

    • 2:50pm

      Al Pacino turns in an amazing Oscar-nominated performance in this police thriller based on the true story of a tough undercover New York City cop who exposes corruption among his colleagues : and is treated as an outcast for his trouble. With strong support from John Randolph and Jack Kehoe, and directed with aplomb by Sidney Lumet, whose techniques bring a gritty realism to the screen and emphasise the shocking similarities between the crooked lawmen and those they're supposed to be bringing to justice. Gripping stuff, and worth watching for Pacino alone

    • 5:25pm
      Saturday Night Fever

      A streetwise shop assistant escapes the monotony of everyday life by squeezing into a slinky white suit and strutting his stuff on the dance floor at his local discotheque. John Travolta gives an Oscar-nominated breakthrough performance in this gritty Seventies drama which epitomises the era of disco and flares, with Karen Lynn Gorney and Paul Pape. The film features a smash-hit soundtrack, including songs by the Bee Gees

    • 8:00pm
      Vice Versa

      Overworked department store executive Judge Reinhold returns from a trip to Thailand in possession of a mysterious artefact that causes he and his 11-year-old son (Fred Savage) to change places. While the horrified father struggles to cope with a world of teachers and school bullies, the youngster revels in the perks of getting to be a grown-up. But a pair of smugglers are determined to steal the magical relic that could be their only chance of changing back. One of the most enjoyable of the run of body-swap comedies that came out in the 1980s, this frisky outing also stars Fred Savage, Swoosie Kurtz and Corinne Bohrer

    • 10:15pm
      Irreconcilable Differences

      Drew Barrymore plays a determined nine-year-old out to get a 'divorce' from the parents she accuses of emotional abandonment. Ryan O'Neal and Shelley Long play the confused and career-minded mum and dad in this smart, domestic comedy, which subtly nudges Hollywood's elite in the ribs with touches of satire. Sharon Stone and Sam Wanamaker co-star

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