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Mee-Shee: the Water Giant. (2005), Sky Movies Family, 6.15pm. Children's fantasy, starring Daniel Madger. Booky's Crush. (2009), Sky Movies Premiere, 6.15pm. Drama, starring Rachel Marcus.

Are We Done Yet? (2007), Sky Movies Comedy, 6.20pm. With Ice Cube, Nia Long and John C McGinley.

Disturbia. (2007), Sky Movies Sci-fi/Horror, 7.00pm. A teenager who passes the time spying on his neighbours begins to suspect one may be a serial killer. Thriller, with Shia LaBeouf and Carrie-Anne Moss.

Cheaper By the Dozen. (2003), Film4, 7.10pm. A couple with 12 kids plan to make a fresh start, but nothing goes according to plan. Family comedy remake, starring Steve Martin and Bonnie Hunt.

No Country for Old Men. (2007), Sky Movies Action/Thriller, 8.00pm. A hunter takes the money left at the scene of a botched drugs deal, but a hitman is soon on his trail. Thriller, with Josh Brolin and Javier Bardem. American Pie. (1999), Sky Movies Comedy, 8.00pm. Four teenage boys make a pact to lose their virginity before the high-school prom. Coming-of-age comedy starring Jason Biggs and Shannon Elizabeth. Lions for Lambs. (2007), Sky Movies Drama, 8.00pm. Political drama focusing on the effects of the West's war on terror. Directed by and starring Robert Redford, with Tom Cruise and Meryl Streep.

The Librarian: Return to King Solomon's Mines. (2006), Sky Movies Family, 8.00pm. Adventure sequel, starring Noah Wyle and Bob Newhart.

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. (2008), Sky Movies Premiere, 8.

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