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The Illusionist. (2006), Sky Movies Drama, 6.00pm. With Edward Norton.

I Could Never Be Your Woman. (2007), Sky Movies Comedy, 6.15pm. With Michelle Pfeiffer.

Daddy Day Camp. (2007), Sky Movies Family, 6.15pm.

Comedy sequel, starring Cuba Gooding Jr.

The Core. (2003), Film4, 6.20pm. Sci-fi thriller, starring Aaron Eckhart.

Awake. (2007), Sky Movies Premiere, 6.30pm. Medical thriller, starring Hayden Christensen.

Jaws 2. (1978), Sky Movies Action/Thriller, 7.00pm. With Roy Scheider.

Premonition. (2007), Sky Movies Sci-fi/Horror, 7.15pm.

With Sandra Bullock.

Run, Fat Boy, Run. (2007), Sky Movies Comedy, 8.00pm.

A man who left his fiancee at the altar realises his mistake and tries to win her back. To prove his love, he enters the London Marathon. Comedy, starring Simon Pegg.

The Beach. (1999), Sky Movies Drama, 8.00pm. A traveller arriving in Bangkok hears rumours of a remote paradise island and sets out to find it. Drama, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tilda Swinton.

Spider-Man 3. (2007), Sky Movies Family, 8.00pm. The webslinging hero succumbs to the sinister influence of an alien parasite as he pursues his uncle's killer. Superhero sequel, starring Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst..

Fool's Gold. (2008), Sky Movies Premiere, 8.00pm. Comedy adventure, with Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson.

Sliding Doors. (1998), Film4, 9.00pm. A woman's entire life hinges on one pivotal moment. Comedy drama, presenting two versions of a character's life, with Gwyneth Paltrow and John Hannah. …

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