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Evan Almighty. (2007), Sky Movies Comedy, 6.20pm. With Steve Carell.

Love N' Dancing. (2008), Sky Movies Drama, 6.20pm. With Amy Smart.

Shrek the Third. (2007), Sky Movies Family, 6.20pm. Animated sequel, with the voice of Mike Myers.

Elizabethtown. (2005), Film4, 6.40pm. Romantic comedy drama, starring Orlando Bloom and Kirsten Dunst.

The Reaping. (2006), Sky Movies Sci-fi/Horror, 7.05pm. A paranormal investigator travels to a small town struck by a wave of biblical plagues. Thriller, with Hilary Swank. Butterfly on a Wheel. (2007), Sky Movies Action/Thriller, 7.20pm. A couple's daughter is kidnapped by a criminal who forces them to destroy their lives. Thriller, starring Pierce Brosnan and Maria Bello.

The Heartbreak Kid. (2007), Sky Movies Comedy, 8.00pm. A 40-year-old bachelor proposes to his girlfriend of several weeks, but lives to regret it. Romantic comedy, with Ben Stiller and Michelle Monaghan.

21. (2008), Sky Movies Drama, 8.00pm. A mathematically brilliant but penniless student is inducted into a cardcounting scam. Drama, starring Kevin Spacey. The Spiderwick Chronicles. (2008), Sky Movies Family, 8.00pm. Three children discover a mysterious world of supernatural creatures in their new home. Fantasy adventure, starring Freddie Highmore and Sarah Bolger.

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. (2008), Sky Movies Premiere, 8.00pm. The heroic archaeologist encounters a rebellious teenager who draws him into the search for a mysterious artefact of untold power. Action adventure sequel, starring Harrison Ford and Cate Blanchett. …

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