MovieMax Schedule


MovieMax TV Schedule

Local listings for: Virginia [Set TV Provider]
Saturday, April 19 2014
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    • 2 mins ago
      Mortal Kombat: Annihilation

      A group of martial arts heroes are targeted by an evil emperor from a parallel dimension intent on destroying the Earth and remaking it in the image of Hell. Fantasy sequel, loosely based on the video game, starring Robin Shou, Talisa Soto and Brian Thompson

    • 2:00am
      Collision Course

      A top Japanese detective teams up with a streetwise cop to tackle an international car-thieving ring, but a clash of cultures soon causes all manner of complications. Hackneyed comedy thriller, starring Pat Morita, Jay Leno - whose dreadful performance demonstrates why he's better off as a chat show host - Chris Sarandon and Al Waxman

    • 3:40am
      On Her Majesty's Secret Service

      George Lazenby stars as Ian Fleming's master spy for the first and only time in this lavish thriller, which sees 007 on a mission to track down master criminal Blofeld, who is again posing a threat to world peace. Although the film was panned on release, die-hard fans cite it as one of the best - and it's not hard to see why, thanks to a fast-paced tale and star turns from Telly Savalas and Diana Rigg

    • 6:10am
      From the Hip

      Unorthodox lawyer Judd Nelson, a chancer who has tricked his way to the top, is assigned to defend a client accused of murder. Comedy drama, also starring John Hurt, Darren McGavin and Elizabeth Perkins

    • 8:05am

      Robin Williams stars as a 10-year-old with an ageing disease who attempts to lead a normal life by going to school for the first time, little realising how his appearance will affect everyone around him. Francis Ford Coppola's much-derided light drama attempts to pluck at the heartstrings, but Williams' typically over-the-top performance ruins any sense of subtlety. Jennifer Lopez, Diane Lane, Bill Cosby and Brian Kerwin co-star

    • 10:00am
      The Newton Boys

      Richard Linklater's exhilarating gangster drama focusing on four brothers who embark on a bank-robbing spree in the heady days of Twenties America. Based on a true story, the film reveals how their adherence to a strict moral code made them nationwide heroes, despite their criminal activities. Matthew McConaughey, Skeet Ulrich, Ethan Hawke and Vincent D'Onofrio head the cast.

    • 12:05pm
      Mr Holland's Opus

      Richard Dreyfuss gives an emotion-filled performance in this moving drama. He plays a frustrated composer who finds he can't survive on the money earned working in assorted cocktail lounges, so reluctantly takes a teaching job to make ends meet. However, as the months and years roll by, he comes to realise it's his true vocation. Glenne Headly, Jay Thomas, Olympia Dukakis and William H Macy also star

    • 2:30pm
      Juwanna Mann

      A basketball player is kicked out of the professional game for misbehaving - and dons drag to become a sensation as a female star of the sport. Unfortunately, he faces all manner of crazy obstacles as he tries to maintain the deception. Unoriginal comedy, starring Miguel A Nunez Jnr, Vivica A Fox, Tommy Davidson and Kevin Pollak

    • 4:05pm
      Ocean's Twelve

      The gang of crooks are reunited when an old enemy catches up with them and demands they repay the money they stole three years earlier. It is not long before the villains have come up with another larcenous plan - but they reckon without the attentions of a fellow thief and a sultry Interpol agent. Crime caper sequel, starring George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Matt Damon, Andy Garcia and Don Cheadle.

    • 6:15pm
      About a Boy

      A layabout Lothario (Hugh Grant) hits on the bright idea of posing as a father to improve his luck with the ladies - but gets more than he bargained for when a lonely youngster with a depressed mother latches onto him, and looks set to change his womanising ways. Top-notch romantic comedy, adapted from Nick Hornby's best-selling novel and co-starring Toni Collette, Nicholas Hoult and Rachel Weisz.

    • 8:00pm
      Life of Pi

      A writer interviews a man about the extraordinary events of his life. He describes his childhood in India, living in the zoo run by his father, and how the family and their animals were forced to relocate to Canada when he was a teenager. However, during the sea voyage, the ship sank and he was left adrift in a small boat with a ferocious tiger. Ang Lee's adventure based on Yann Martel's novel, starring Suraj Sharma and Irrfan Khan

    • 10:15pm
      Jack the Giant Slayer

      A farm boy accidentally rebuilds the link between the human world and a kingdom of man-eating giants in the sky, resulting in a princess being trapped in the monsters' realm. He joins a band of the king's knights on a rescue mission, but one of the group intends to betray them in a bid to seize the throne. Fantasy adventure, starring Nicholas Hoult and Ewan McGregor

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