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Forces of Nature. (1999), Sky Movies Drama, 6.00pm.

With Sandra Bullock.

The Game Plan. (2007), Sky Movies Family, 6.00pm.

Sporting comedy, starring Dwayne Johnson.

Harry and the Hendersons. (1987), Sky Movies Comedy, 6.05pm. With John Lithgow.

Zodiac. (2007), Sky Movies Action/Thriller, 6.20pm. With Jake Gyllenhaal.

The Skulls. (2000), Sky Movies Sci-fi/Horror, 7.00pm.

With Joshua Jackson.

Cheaper By the Dozen. (2003), Film4, 7.10pm. Comedy remake, starring Steve Martin.

35MM., Sky Movies Premiere, 7.30pm. This week's news from the world of film.

Meet the Spartans. (2008), Sky Movies Comedy, 8.00pm.

A fearless king defends his country against invaders, but finds himself short of warriors. Comedy sending up 300, with Sean Maguire and Carmen Electra.

The Truman Show. (1998), Sky Movies Drama, 8.00pm.

An average man is unaware his every move is being secretly filmed and broadcast to the nation as part of a 24- hour TV soap. Media satire, starring Jim Carrey.

Enchanted. (2007), Sky Movies Family, 8.00pm. A fairytale princess is transported into modern-day New York - where happy endings are not guaranteed. Fantasy comedy, starring Amy Adams and James Marsden..

Mission to Mars. (2000), Sky Movies Premiere, 8.00pm.

Rescuers set out to bring back survivors of a disaster-hit mission to the red planet, but are not prepared for what they find. Sci-fi adventure, with Gary Sinise. …

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