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    Film Four & Film Four +1 TV Listing

    Film4 Listings for Wednesday 23rd October

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    11:00
    The House on 92nd Street (Film) Film icon 4 star rating U certificate
    Henry Hathaway's thriller, based on real-life FBI files and made with the blessing of J Edgar Hoover, stars William Eythe as Bill Dietrich, a German-American student approached by the Nazis to be a spy. Instead, he becomes an FBI double agent and infiltrates a New York spy ring, based on the 92nd Street of the title, who are stealing information on the A-bomb project. As the group's radio operator, he passes on useless information but can he keep his cover long enough to expose the group's shadowy leader?
    Director: Henry Hathaway
    Starring: William Eythe, Lloyd Nolan, Signe Hasso, Gene Lockhart, Leo G. Carroll, Lydia St. Clair
    (Black and White, Subtitles, 1945, U, 4 Star)


    12:45
    The Man Who Knew Too Much (Film) Film icon 4 star rating PG certificate
    Alfred Hitchcock's remake of his own 1934 version of the thriller, this time featuring James Stewart and Doris Day in the lead roles. Doctor Ben McKenna is on holiday in Morocco with his wife, Jo, and son, Hank, when a man is fatally wounded in front of them. Before he dies, the victim manages to whisper something to the shocked doctor. It's incendiary information, and McKenna soon regrets being party to it, as Hank is kidnapped by people keen to ensure that the dead man's words are passed to no one. And so the scene is set for a headlong rush by the McKennas to track down their son and effect his safe release, leading to a memorable climax at London's Royal Albert Hall. The film won an Oscar for Best Song: Whatever Will Be, Will Be, performed by Day.
    Director: Alfred Hitchcock
    Starring: James Stewart, Doris Day, Brenda de Banzie, Bernard Miles, Ralph Truman, Daniel Gélin
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1956, PG, 4 Star)


    15:05
    The Fighting Kentuckian (Film) Film icon 3 star rating U certificate
    In George Waggner's all-action western, John Wayne and Oliver Hardy star as John Breen and Willie Paine, discharged soldiers from a Kentuckian army regiment who join forces with French settlers who were exiled from their homeland after Napoleon's defeat and granted land in Alabama. On the other side is ruthless land-grabber Grant Withers. The love interest for Wayne comes from Vera Ralston, as the daughter of one of the French ex-generals.
    Director: George Waggner
    Starring: John Wayne, Vera Ralston, Philip Dorn, Oliver Hardy, Marie Windsor, John Alexis Howard
    (Black and White, Subtitles, 1949, U, 3 Star)


    17:00
    When Eight Bells Toll (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 15 certificate
    Etienne Perier's thriller stars Anthony Hopkins as Philip Calvert, a tough navy secret service agent called in to track down gold bullion smugglers. With Hunslett, he follows the trail to Greek tycoon Sir Anthony Skouras' yacht off the Scottish coast, but are his suspicions right? All-action, with double-crosses galore and Uncle Arthur providing light relief as Hopkins' controller, this is as much fun as any Bond film and slightly tougher. Edited for content.
    Director: Étienne Périer
    Starring: Anthony Hopkins, Robert Morley, Nathalie Delon, Jack Hawkins, Corin Redgrave, Derek Bond
    (Subtitles, 1971, 15, 3 Star)


    18:50
    The Women (Film) Film icon 12 certificate
    Meg Ryan, Eva Mendes and Annette Bening head an all-female cast in this comedy drama, a remake of George Cukor's 1939 satire, from writer-director Diane English. Mary Haines thinks she has it all - a happy marriage, a lovely daughter, a top clothes designer job at her father's firm and a solid circle of very good friends. But then she hears through the grapevine that her husband is having an affair with a perfume saleswoman and, with that one thread unpicked, her entire world begins to unravel... Also starring Debra Messing, Jada Pinkett Smith, Candice Bergen, Cloris Leachman, Bette Midler and Carrie Fisher. Edited for content.
    Director: Diane English
    Starring: Meg Ryan, Annette Bening, Eva Mendes, Debra Messing, Jada Pinkett Smith, Bette Midler
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2008, 12, 2 Star)


    21:00
    Clear and Present Danger (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 12 certificate
    Harrison Ford returns as CIA agent Jack Ryan in Phillip Noyce's all-action thriller, the third film based on Thomas Clancy's novels. Investigating the assassination of a friend of the President, Ryan discovers the murdered man was in league with Colombian drugs cartels. In revenge, a paramilitary force is sent to wipe out the drug lords, but when the operation goes wrong they're abandoned by their country. Now their only hope is Ryan and fellow renegade operative Clark.
    Director: Phillip Noyce
    Starring: Harrison Ford, Willem Dafoe, Anne Archer, Joaquim de Almeida, Henry Czerny, Harris Yulin
    (Subtitles, Audio Described, 1994, 12, 3 Star)


    23:45
    Submarine (Film) Film icon 15 certificate
    Richard Ayoade's directorial debut is an idiosyncratic coming-of-age drama about a teenage pupil navigating the often peculiar trials of his school and home life while also discovering love. At home, 15-year-old Oliver Tate has to deal with parents Jill and Lloyd's troubled marriage which comes under further threat with the arrival of her ex, Graham, a narcissistic guru. Meanwhile at school, Oliver falls for classmate Jordana Bevan. Their chemistry, and the ups and downs of their blossoming adolescent romance, is imaginatively realised, as the hormonally-driven Oliver makes ambitious plans to lose his virginity.
    Director: Richard Ayoade
    Starring: Noah Taylor, Paddy Considine, Craig Roberts, Yasmin Paige, Sally Hawkins, Darren Evans
    (Subtitles, 2010, 15)


    01:35
    Mary and Max (Film) Film icon 4 star rating 12 certificate
    Academy Award-winning writer/director Adam Elliot's 'clayography' is an animated film featuring the vocal talents of Toni Collette, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Barry Humphries and Eric Bana. Spanning 20 years and two continents, Mary and Max recounts the pen-pal relationship between two very different people: Mary Dinkle, a chubby, lonely eight-year-old living in the suburbs of Melbourne, Australia; and Max Horovitz, a severely obese, 44-year-old Jewish man with Asperger's Syndrome living in the chaos of New York City. As Mary and Max chronicles Mary's life from adolescence to adulthood, and Max's passage from middle to old age, it probes a bond that survives much more than the average friendship's ups-and-downs. Hilarious and poignant, the film explores friendship, autism, taxidermy, psychiatry, alcoholism, where babies come from, obesity, kleptomania, sexual differences, trust, copulating dogs, religious differences, agoraphobia and many more of life's surprises.
    Director: Adam Elliot
    Starring: Toni Collette, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Eric Bana, Barry Humphries, Bethany Whit, Renée Geyer
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Black and White, 2009, 12, 4 Star)

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    Film4 Listings for Thursday 24th October

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    11:00


    Floating Clouds (Film) Film icon 4 star rating 12 certificate
    Another social drama set in post-war Japan from the highly influential director Mikio Naruse. As with many of his films, Floating Clouds tracks the fortunes of a strong woman enduring, and attempting to overcome, hard times. In this case the protagonist is Yukiko Koda, who drifts cloud-like around the rubble of a devastated Tokyo, trying to make sense of the destruction and to find purpose and stability for herself. But, as a lone woman in a wrecked city, she's prey to the baser instincts and financial machinations of those around her... Like Naruse's previous release, Late Chrysanthemums, this movie was based on a work by the feminist author Fumiko Hayashi. This is the second film in a triple-bill of Naruse movies, the next one will be shown next Thursday at 11.00am. First play on Film4.
    Director: Mikio Naruse
    Starring: Hideko Takamine, Masayuki Mori, Mariko Okada, Isao Yamagata, Chieko Nakakita, Daisuke Katô
    (Black and White, Premiere, Subtitles, Subtitled, In Japanese with English Subtitles, 1955, 12, 4 Star)

    13:25


    The Cruel Sea (Film) Film icon 4 star rating PG certificate
    Charles Frend's film was one of Ealing Studios' most successful dramatic productions, starring Jack Hawkins as Ericson, commander of the corvette Compass Rose during the Battle of the Atlantic. As the only experienced sailor on board, he suffers an emotional crisis when he decides to run down survivors of a torpedoed ship in order to attack a submarine he suspects is lurking nearby.
    Director: Charles Frend
    Starring: Jack Hawkins, Donald Sinden, John Stratton, Denholm Elliott, John Warner, Stanley Baker
    (Black and White, Subtitles, Audio Described, 1953, PG, 4 Star)

    16:05


    Tora! Tora! Tora! (Film) Film icon 4 star rating U certificate
    Oscar-winning, super-realistic wartime drama portraying the bombing of Pearl Harbor from both the American and Japanese perspectives. With Joseph Cotten, Martin Balsam, Jason Robards, So Yamamura, Tatsuya Mihashi and Takahiro Tamura. Directed by Richard Fleischer, Toshio Masuda and Kinji Fukasaku. In English, and Japanese with English subtitles.
    Director: Richard Fleischer, Kinji Fukasaku
    Starring: Martin Balsam, Sô Yamamura, Joseph Cotten, Tatsuya Mihashi, E.G. Marshall, Takahiro Tamura
    (Subtitles, 1970, U, 4 Star)

    18:55


    X-Men (Film) Film icon 4 star rating 12 certificate
    Adaptation of the long-running Marvel comic book series. As mutations in humans become more widespread, a US senator attempts to pass legislation that would effectively criminalise their existence. Two very different factions of mutants stand in his way: one open to peaceful coexistence, the other openly hostile.
    Director: Bryan Singer
    Starring: Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Famke Janssen, James Marsden, Halle Berry, Anna Paquin
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2000, 12, 4 Star)

    21:00


    Everything Must Go (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 15 certificate
    Based on a Raymond Carver short story, Dan Rush's comedy drama is the story of alcoholic sales exec Nick, whose job and marriage come to an end on the same day. Taking up residence on his front lawn where his wife has dumped all his belongings, Nick forms a friendship with lonely young neighbour Kenny, and both of them find their lives and outlooks begin to change. Ferrell gives a subtle performance, and there are sympathetic turns from Rebecca Hall and Laura Dern in this well-crafted film about human vulnerability.
    Director: Dan Rush
    Starring: Will Ferrell, Christopher Jordan Wallace, Rebecca Hall, Michael Peña, Rosalie Michaels, Stephen Root
    (Premiere, Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2010, 15, 3 Star)



    22:55


    Law Abiding Citizen (Film) Film icon 4 star rating 18 certificate
    A brutal, gory revenge thriller starring Gerard Butler and directed by F Gary Gray. Could anything be worse than seeing your wife and child brutally killed in front of you? Well, probably not, but seeing one of their killers walk free after striking a bargain with the prosecuting lawer wouldn't make things any easier. And so it is for Clyde Shelton. But the experience doesn't destroy him; instead it eats away at him for a decade, until he snaps and takes sadistic revenge on the freed murderer. And then, even after he himself has been jailed, he embarks on a deadly campaign against everyone else connected with the case - including the police and legal representatives.
    Director: F. Gary Gray
    Starring: Jamie Foxx, Gerard Butler, Colm Meaney, Bruce McGill, Leslie Bibb, Michael Irby
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2009, 18, 4 Star)

    01:00


    Huge (Film) Film icon 15 certificate
    Ben Miller's directorial debut is an adaptation of a play he co-wrote with Simon Godley and Jez Butterworth about a pair of comedians trying to make it big as a double-act. The comedy-drama stars Johnny Harris as Warren, a would-be stand-up comedian grasping shakily at the bottom rungs of his chosen career ladder. Things don't look too promising for Warren. Then, one day, while he's performing his routine, he's heckled by Clark, a disgruntled waiter, bitter at losing his girl to his boss. The two men talk after the show and Warren has the unlikely vision of the duo becoming a comedic pairing to rival the legendary Morecambe and Wise. But, as they embark on their quest for superstardom, they find the stand-up scene is a very hard nut to crack. Also starring Thandie Newton as a tough, drug-fuelled manager, plus cameo appearances from the likes of Eddie Izzard, Ronni Ancona, Jo Brand and Alan Davies.
    Director: Ben Miller
    Starring: Noel Clarke, Johnny Harris, Ralph Brown, Thandie Newton, Tamsin Egerton, Michelle Ryan
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 2010, 15, 2 Star)

    02:35


    A Useful Life (Film) Film icon 3 star rating U certificate
    Uruguayan director Federico Veiroj's lovingly droll tribute to cinema. Employing a variety of generic styles, from neorealism to slapstick, it tells the tale of Jorge, the middle-aged projectionist and factotum of an art house cinema in Montevideo. But the kind of movies he loves have fallen out of fashion and - through dwindling audiences, mechanical breakdowns, funding withdrawal and other problems - his beloved picture house is suffering death by a thousand cuts. When the inevitable happens and the doors close for good, Jorge finds himself thrust out into the real world.
    Director: Federico Veiroj
    Starring: Jorge Jellinek, Manuel Martinez Carril, Paola Venditto
    (Black and White, Subtitles, Subtitled, In Spanish with English Subtitles, 2010, U, 3 Star)

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    Film4 Listings for Friday 25th October

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    The Sons of Katie Elder (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    John Wayne stars in Henry Hathaway's tough western as John Elder, the eldest of four brothers gathered to mourn and avenge the violent death of their mother, Katie Elder. An outlaw, he can only join his siblings Tom, Matt and Bud in secret to fight back against the man who ordered her death: Morgan Hastings and his hired guns Dave Hastings and Curley.
    Director: Henry Hathaway
    Starring: John Wayne, Dean Martin, Martha Hyer, Michael Anderson Jr., Earl Holliman, Jeremy Slate
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 1965, PG, 3 Star)

    13:25


    Housekeeping (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    Following his success with Gregory's Girl and Local Hero, Bill Forsyth directed this American comedy-drama starring Christine Lahti, Sara Walker and Andrea Burchill. When their mother commits suicide, sisters Ruth and Lucille are shipped off to be cared for by their Aunt Sylvie, who has elevated her eccentricities to the level of an art form. Their new domestic arrangements only serve to cause the girls embarrassment, until Lucille is taken in by a new guardian, and Aunt Sylvie and Ruth head off on an eventful road trip, where they begin to bond. However, their adventures look like being curtailed when Lucille tells the authorities what the duo are up to.
    Director: Bill Forsyth
    Starring: Christine Lahti, Sara Walker, Andrea Burchill, Anne Pitoniak, Barbara Reese, Margot Pinvidic
    (Subtitles, 1987, PG, 3 Star)

    15:40


    Zulu (Film) Film icon 4 star rating PG certificate
    Based on an actual historic event, this is the story of a small group of British soldiers stationed at Rorke's Drift in Africa who are forced to defend their tiny outpost against an attack by powerful Zulu warriors. They are outnumbered forty-to-one but are still ready to fight to the finish.
    Director: Cy Endfield
    Starring: Stanley Baker, Jack Hawkins, Ulla Jacobsson, James Booth, Michael Caine, Nigel Green
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1964, PG, 4 Star)

    18:25


    King Kong (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 15 certificate
    Director John Guillermin and producer Dino De Laurentiis teamed up for this remake of the 1933 classic. The Oscar-winning special effects sit happily with the tongue-in-cheek campiness of the three leads, and the superb John Barry score is among the best of his long career. Edited for content.
    Director: John Guillermin
    Starring: Jeff Bridges, Charles Grodin, Jessica Lange, John Randolph, Rene Auberjonois, Julius Harris
    (Subtitles, 1976, 15, 3 Star)

    21:00


    Terminator Salvation (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 12 certificate
    Director McG takes the helm for the fourth instalment of the sci-fi action franchise, starring Christian Bale and Sam Worthington. The principal action takes place in the not-too-distant 2018, in the devastated world that was glimpsed early in the series, where a determined group of resistance fighters are battling killing machines that are set on sole control of the planet. John Connor is one of the resistance leaders who discovers that their Skynet robot adversaries have a potentially fatal design flaw. They also learn that Skynet plans to imminently assassinate the top resistance leaders; Connor is second on the kill list to Kyle Reese, a civilian whose significance is known only to Connor. Meanwhile, Marcus Wright has also appeared on the scene - is he a mysterious warrior, out to defeat the machines, or does he have darker motives?
    Director: Joseph McGinty Nichol
    Starring: Christian Bale, Sam Worthington, Moon Bloodgood, Helena Bonham Carter, Anton Yelchin, Jadagrace
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2009, 12, 3 Star)



    23:10


    The Final Destination (Film) Film icon 15 certificate
    David R Ellis takes the helm for the fourth instalment of this increasingly gory horror franchise. This time around, Nick O'Bannon saves the lives of the people near him at a motor racing track when he has a vivid premonition of disaster and is able to act on it, seconds before a crash obliterates the stand in which they were seated. However, as aficionados of the series know only too well, Death is not easily cheated, and it's only a matter of time before the scythe-wielder catches up with the escapees and sets in train an intricate series of deadly events designed to reclaim what is his.
    Director: David R. Ellis
    Starring: Bobby Campo, Shantel VanSanten, Nick Zano, Haley Webb, Mykelti Williamson, Krista Allen
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2009, 15, 2 Star)

    00:45


    Gentlemen Broncos (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 12 certificate
    Napoleon Dynamite director Jared Hess again turns his attention to the theme of the lonely, awkward teenager in this comedy about sci-fi fan Benjamin. Desperately wanting to be a writer, Benjamin asks his favourite author, Dr Ronald Chevalier for feedback on his work-in-progress manuscript Yeast Lords: The Bronco Years. However, suffering from a severe case of writer's block, Chevalier passes off the novel as his own, starting a chain of events that sets Benjamin out on a mission to prove that the work is his.
    Director: Jared Hess
    Starring: Michael Angarano, Jemaine Clement, Sam Rockwell, Jennifer Coolidge, Suzanne May, Halley Feiffer
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 2009, 12, 3 Star)

    02:30


    A Town Called Panic (Animation) PG certificate
    A feature-length version of Belgian animators Vincent Patar and Stephane Aubier's kids' show Panique au village, which concerns the everyday adventures of three housemates living in a very small village. The principal characters are plastic toys called Cowboy and Indian, who share their home with a talking horse called... Horse. The 'human' duo don't possess the sharpest of intellects and spend most of their time squabbling, while Horse's days are largely spent homemaking and keeping the other two in line.
    (Subtitles, Subtitled, In French with English Subtitles, Widescreen, PG)

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    Film4 Listings for Saturday 26th October

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    11:00


    A Challenge for Robin Hood (Film) Film icon U certificate
    Director CM Pennington-Richard's reworking of the Robin Hood legend provides lively family entertainment, with Barrie Ingham in the title role.
    Director: C.M. Pennington-Richards
    Starring: Barrie Ingham, Peter Blythe, John Arnatt, Gay Hamilton, John Gugolka, James Hayter
    (Subtitles, 1967, U, 2 Star)

    13:00


    Black Knight (Film) Film icon PG certificate
    Fish-out-of-water comedy. An employee of the Medieval Worlde amusement park falls into the moat and somehow finds himself back in the Middle Ages. He disguises himself as a Norman envoy while trying to get back to the 21st century - hoping local enforcer Percival won't rumble him first.
    Director: Gil Junger
    Starring: Martin Lawrence, Marsha Thomason, Tom Wilkinson, Vincent Regan, Daryl Mitchell, Michael Countryman
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 2001, PG, 2 Star)

    14:50


    Black Beauty (Film) Film icon PG certificate
    Anna Sewell's book is one of the all-time best-sellers and James Hill's film is a reasonably faithful interpretation of Black Beauty's adventures and misadventures. From being the loved companion of young Joe, via a stint in a circus in Spain, and fighting for the British in India, the famous horse ends up sick and pulling a coal cart; but rescue and, after many years, a touching reunion, eventually beckon.
    Director: Phil Rosen
    Starring: Esther Ralston, Alexander Kirkland, Gavin Gordon, Hale Hamilton, Don Alvarado, George Walsh
    (Premiere, Subtitles, Black and White, 1933, PG)

    16:55


    The Phantom (Film) Film icon 12 certificate
    Simon Wincer's retro fantasy adventure, based on Lee Falk's classic comic strip, stars Billy Zane as Kit Walker, otherwise known as the Phantom. The crimefighter, who unlike other superheroes must rely solely on his human strength and ingenuity, is committed to battling all forms of injustice, cruelty and piracy. However, his immediate concern is to keep out of the hands of criminal genius Xander Drax three skulls which, if used together, can confer ultimate power. When Kit's ex-girlfriend Diana Palmer is sent to investigate claims of piracy against Xander, she is captured by female pirates led by Sala. Can the Phantom win the race to unite the skulls? And can he rescue Diana without revealing his secret identity to her?
    Director: Simon Wincer
    Starring: Billy Zane, Kristy Swanson, Treat Williams, Catherine Zeta-Jones, James Remar, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1996, 12, 2 Star)

    18:55


    Letters to Juliet (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    Amanda Seyfried and Vanessa Redgrave star in Gary Winick's dreamy romantic drama. American magazine employee Sophie is on holiday in Italy with her husband-to-be Victor. In Verona, home of Shakespeare's star-cross'd lovers, she stumbles across a tradition whereby modern-day women cathartically leave notes about their love lives addressed to the fictional Juliet, and to which other modern-day women reply. The note that catches Sophie's eye is from an English woman, Claire, detailing her lost Italian love. Despite it languishing for decades, Sophie decides to respond to the note, little realising that she's just taken the first step on a romance-imbued journey of her own...Also starring Franco Nero and Christopher Egan. In English, and Italian and Spanish, with English subtitles.
    Director: Gary Winick
    Starring: Amanda Seyfried, Marcia DeBonis, Gael García Bernal, Giordano Formenti, Paolo Arvedi, Dario Conti
    (Premiere, Widescreen, Subtitles, 2010, PG, 3 Star)



    21:00


    Along Came a Spider (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 15 certificate
    World-weary criminal profiler Alex Cross is challenged to a nasty game when a senator's daughter is kidnapped whilst under Secret Service protection. Cross is still bruised from his last assignment and the loss of his partner, but he needs his wits about him ... as this new case is not as it seems.
    Director: Lee Tamahori
    Starring: Morgan Freeman, Monica Potter, Michael Wincott, Dylan Baker, Mika Boorem, Anton Yelchin
    (Subtitles, Audio Described, 2001, 15, 3 Star)

    23:00


    Stake Land (Film) Film icon 15 certificate

    Director: Nick Damici, Jim Mickle
    Starring: Kelly McGillis, Danielle Harris, Connor Paolo, Bonnie Dennison, Michael Cerveris, Nick Damici
    (Premiere, Widescreen, Subtitles, 2010, 15)

    00:55


    F (Film) Film icon 18 certificate
    In Johannes Roberts' British high-school slasher film, David Schofield plays Robert Anderson, a divorced, alcoholic English teacher in a tough north London comprehensive. One day, he returns an essay to a particularly nasty piece of work in his class, marked 'F', along with some cutting remarks which result in laughter from the whole class. Humiliated, the boy punches him and storms out. But, some months later, he returns, along with a hoodie crew, intent on unleashing an Assault-on-Precinct-13-style nightmare on the people who belittled him. A genuinely chilling, atmospheric British horror, with an unexpected finale.
    Director: Johannes Roberts
    Starring: David Schofield, Eliza Bennett, Ruth Gemmell, Juliet Aubrey, Emma Cleasby, Finlay Robertson
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 2010, 18, 2 Star)

    02:30


    Bombay Beach (Film) Film icon 3 star rating
    Israeli-born, US-based director Alma Har'el's documentary about a group of people living at the fringes of the American Dream. Bombay Beach was once the destination of choice for the rich and famous; a glitzy holiday playground on shores of the massive Salton Sea lake in southern California. But that was way back in the 50s and 60s. Har'el documents the lives of four of the down-at-heel town's dwindling population.
    Director: Alma Har'el
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 2011, 3 Star)

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    Film4 Listings for Sunday 27th October

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    10:00


    In and Out (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 12 certificate
    Frank Oz's stylish comedy-satire stars Kevin Kline as Howard Brackett, a popular small-town high school teacher who is engaged to his fellow teacher Emily. Then ex-pupil-turned-film-star Cameron Drake mentions him in his Oscar-acceptance speech, inadvertently outing him as gay. Everyone, including Howard, is shocked but, as well as coping with the town's reactions, he must deal with his own feelings.
    Director: Frank Oz
    Starring: Kevin Kline, Joan Cusack, Tom Selleck, Matt Dillon, Debbie Reynolds, Wilford Brimley
    (Subtitles, Audio Described, 1997, 12, 3 Star)

    12:00


    Holy Man (Film) Film icon PG certificate
    Stephen Herek's comedy drama stars Jeff Goldblum as Ricky Hayman, whose boss gives him just two weeks to turn his failing shopping cable channel around. But nothing Hayman or Ivy League graduate Kate Newell do can increase viewing figures or sales, until, following a car crash, they meet 'G', an enigmatic holy man, whose wisdom and insight change the channel's fortunes and their lives.
    Director: Stephen Herek
    Starring: Eddie Murphy, Jeff Goldblum, Kelly Preston, Robert Loggia, Jon Cryer, Eric McCormack
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1998, PG, 2 Star)

    14:15


    Doctor Dolittle (Film) Film icon 3 star rating U certificate
    Rex Harrison stars in Richard Fleischer's charming adaptation of Hugh Lofting's classic children's book as the eccentric Doctor Dolittle, who can converse with animals in 849 languages. Wrongly imprisoned for releasing a captive seal into the wild, he is rescued by his friend Tommy and the pair set off with Matthew Muggins in search of the mythical pink sea snail.
    Director: Richard Fleischer
    Starring: Rex Harrison, Samantha Eggar, Anthony Newley, Richard Attenborough, Peter Bull, Muriel Landers
    (Subtitles, 1967, U, 3 Star)

    17:05


    Clear and Present Danger (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 12 certificate
    Harrison Ford returns as CIA agent Jack Ryan in Phillip Noyce's all-action thriller, the third film based on Thomas Clancy's novels. Investigating the assassination of a friend of the President, Ryan discovers the murdered man was in league with Colombian drugs cartels. In revenge, a paramilitary force is sent to wipe out the drug lords, but when the operation goes wrong they're abandoned by their country. Now their only hope is Ryan and fellow renegade operative Clark.
    Director: Phillip Noyce
    Starring: Harrison Ford, Willem Dafoe, Anne Archer, Joaquim de Almeida, Henry Czerny, Harris Yulin
    (Subtitles, Audio Described, 1994, 12, 3 Star)

    20:00


    Escape From Alcatraz (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 15 certificate
    Clint Eastwood stars in Dirty Harry director Don Siegel's prison break classic, which is based on a real-life attempt to do what was supposed to be impossible: escape from Alcatraz, the notorious island penitentiary off the Californian coast. Frank Morris has been transferred to Alcatraz after persistently making attempts to escape from mainland jails. Officials believe that, on The Rock, he'll cause them no further grief while serving his life sentence. But, constantly harassed by the prison warden and fellow convicts, Morris has other ideas. He shares his plans with three other prisoners - Clarence and John Anglin and Charley Butts - and together they gradually set about making their strike for freedom... The director ditches the standard prison-break flick's obsession with action for a more considered, suspenseful focus on the why and how of their bid.
    Director: Don Siegel
    Starring: Clint Eastwood, Patrick McGoohan, Roberts Blossom, Jack Thibeau, Fred Ward, Paul Benjamin
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1979, 15, 3 Star)



    22:15


    After the Sunset (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 12 certificate
    Pierce Brosnan plays top jewel thief Max Burdett, with Salma Hayek as his accomplice and moll, Lola Cirillo, in Brett Ratner's smart comedy-caper. Having pulled off the big heist, and embarrassing FBI man Stan Lloyd into the bargain, Burdett and Cirillo retire to the Bahamas. But the arrival of a yacht whose owner also possesses a prize diamond might just tempt them to come out of retirement. However, Lloyd has followed the thieving duo, determined to get his own back.
    Director: Brett Ratner
    Starring: Pierce Brosnan, Salma Hayek, Woody Harrelson, Don Cheadle, Naomie Harris, Chris Penn
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 2004, 12, 3 Star)

    01:10


    To be Announced (Film) Film icon PG certificate
    More information will be available closer to broadcast.
    Director: Colors Creative Team
    Starring: TBC
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    Film4 Listings for Monday 28th October

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    11:00


    How to Marry a Millionaire (Film) Film icon 3 star rating U certificate
    Jean Negulesco's witty comedy stars Betty Grable, Marilyn Monroe and Lauren Bacall as three glamorous young women on the prowl for wealthy husbands, who move into a lavish New York apartment in the hope of attracting affluent suitors.
    Director: Jean Negulesco
    Starring: Betty Grable, Marilyn Monroe, Lauren Bacall, David Wayne, Rory Calhoun, Cameron Mitchell
    (Subtitles, Audio Described, 1953, U, 3 Star)

    13:00


    My Neighbour Totoro (Film) Film icon 4 star rating U certificate
    From Japan's Studio Ghibli, Hayao Miyazaki's charming animation tells the story of sisters Satsuke and Mei, who find their new home is in a mystical forest where mythical creatures live. Befriending O Totoro, the king of the forest, they share his magical adventures and also his wisdom when their mother falls dangerously ill. This screening is the English language version.
    Director: Hayao Miyazaki
    Starring: Noriko Hidaka, Chika Sakamoto, Shigesato Itoi, Sumi Shimamoto, Tanie Kitabayashi, Hitoshi Takagi
    (Subtitles, 1988, U, 4 Star)

    14:50


    The Prince and the Pauper (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    Classic tale, taken from a Mark Twain story, about a poor boy who bears a striking resemblance to Prince Edward, son of Henry VIII. When they swap places, the game quickly moves from a prank to a more serious level as each is forced to lead the other's life.
    Director: Richard Fleischer
    Starring: Oliver Reed, Raquel Welch, Mark L. Lester, Ernest Borgnine, George C. Scott, Rex Harrison
    (Subtitles, 1977, PG, 3 Star)

    17:10


    Carry on Up the Khyber (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    Classic Carry On fun from stalwart director Gerald Thomas, featuring the core team of regulars. Sir Sidney Ruff-Diamond is in charge of the motley kilted crew of the Third Foot and Mouth regiment at a British outpost in the Khyber Pass. The Khasi of Kalabar has other ideas and wants the 'British devils' dead, but his troops fear what they may or may not have under their 'skirts'. But when one of the regiment is seen wearing underpants the fate of the British in India is at stake.
    Director: Gerald Thomas
    Starring: Sid James, Kenneth Williams, Charles Hawtrey, Roy Castle, Joan Sims, Bernard Bresslaw
    (Subtitles, Audio Described, 1969, PG, 3 Star)

    18:55


    Dear John (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 12 certificate
    Two weeks' military leave is all it takes for US Army Staff Sergeant John Tyree and college student Savannah Curtis to fall in love in this Lasse Hallström-directed adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' novel. Having depended on letters to keep their romance alive, their relationship falters when John unexpectedly decides to re-enlist in the army following the September 11 attacks in New York. Then it arrives - the Dear John letter informing him that Savannah is engaged to someone else. With no hope of being together, John rededicates himself to the military, surviving injury and only seeing Savannah when family events force him to return home. Months later, John receives another letter from Savannah with their sign-off of old, 'I'll see you soon, then'. Could there be hope for the couple yet? Edited for content.
    Director: Lasse Hallström
    Starring: Channing Tatum, Amanda Seyfried, Richard Jenkins, Henry Thomas, D.J. Cotrona, Cullen Moss
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2010, 12, 3 Star)



    21:00


    X-Men Origins: Wolverine (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 12 certificate
    Tsotsi and Rendition director Gavin Hood's fantasy adventure explores the backstory of the most hirsute and mercurial of the X-Men: Wolverine. The tale kicks off in 1845 with the incident that sparked the young James Howlett's initial mutation and his alliance with Victor Creed. Over the course of the next century the two immerse themselves in a series of major conflicts, right up to the Vietnam War, where they are recruited by Major Stryker to join Team X: a killing machine staffed by other mutants.
    Director: Gavin Hood
    Starring: Hugh Jackman, Liev Schreiber, Danny Huston, Will i Am, Lynn Collins, Kevin Durand
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2009, 12, 3 Star)

    23:05


    A Civil Action (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 15 certificate
    Steven Zaillian's Oscar-nominated courtroom drama stars John Travolta as John Schlichtmann, a highly paid personal injury lawyer who has risen from being an 'ambulance chaser' to running a successful law practice. To keep up his good PR, he publicly takes on the class action of a small town with a high infant mortality rate, intending to pass it on as soon as possible. Then he discovers two major corporations have plants near the town's water supply. If he wins the case, he stands to win a share with the town in a major payout. But as he investigates the case more fully, he becomes emotionally involved in the parents' stories, a weakness exploited at every turn by his courtroom adversary Jerome Facher.
    Director: Steven Zaillian
    Starring: John Travolta, Robert Duvall, Tony Shalhoub, William H. Macy, Željko Ivanek, Bruce Norris
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1998, 15, 3 Star)

    01:20


    Waltz with Bashir (Film) Film icon 4 star rating 15 certificate
    One night at a bar, an old friend tells director Ari Folman about a recurring nightmare in which he is chased by 26 vicious dogs. Every night, the same number of beasts. The two men conclude that there's a connection to their Israeli army mission in the first Lebanon War of the early 80s. Ari is surprised that he can no longer remember a thing about that period of his life. Intrigued by this riddle, he decides to meet and interview old friends and comrades around the world. He needs to discover the truth about that time and about himself. As Ari delves deeper and deeper into the mystery, his memory begins to creep up in surreal images... Folman's animated film won a Golden Globe and was nominated for an Oscar.
    Director: Ari Folman
    Starring: Ron Ben-Yishai, Ronny Dayag, Ari Folman, Dror Harazi, Yehezkel Lazarov, Mickey Leon
    (Widescreen, In Hebrew/Arabic/German with English Subtitles, 2008, 15, 4 Star)

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    Film4 Listings for Tuesday 29th October

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    11:00


    The Cruel Sea (Film) Film icon 4 star rating PG certificate
    Charles Frend's film was one of Ealing Studios' most successful dramatic productions, starring Jack Hawkins as Ericson, commander of the corvette Compass Rose during the Battle of the Atlantic. As the only experienced sailor on board, he suffers an emotional crisis when he decides to run down survivors of a torpedoed ship in order to attack a submarine he suspects is lurking nearby.
    Director: Charles Frend
    Starring: Jack Hawkins, Donald Sinden, John Stratton, Denholm Elliott, John Warner, Stanley Baker
    (Black and White, Subtitles, Audio Described, 1953, PG, 4 Star)

    13:35


    Zulu (Film) Film icon 4 star rating PG certificate
    Based on an actual historic event, this is the story of a small group of British soldiers stationed at Rorke's Drift in Africa who are forced to defend their tiny outpost against an attack by powerful Zulu warriors. They are outnumbered forty-to-one but are still ready to fight to the finish.
    Director: Cy Endfield
    Starring: Stanley Baker, Jack Hawkins, Ulla Jacobsson, James Booth, Michael Caine, Nigel Green
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1964, PG, 4 Star)

    16:20


    The Man Who Knew Too Much (Film) Film icon 4 star rating PG certificate
    Alfred Hitchcock's remake of his own 1934 version of the thriller, this time featuring James Stewart and Doris Day in the lead roles. Doctor Ben McKenna is on holiday in Morocco with his wife, Jo, and son, Hank, when a man is fatally wounded in front of them. Before he dies, the victim manages to whisper something to the shocked doctor. It's incendiary information, and McKenna soon regrets being party to it, as Hank is kidnapped by people keen to ensure that the dead man's words are passed to no one. And so the scene is set for a headlong rush by the McKennas to track down their son and effect his safe release, leading to a memorable climax at London's Royal Albert Hall. The film won an Oscar for Best Song: Whatever Will Be, Will Be, performed by Day.
    Director: Alfred Hitchcock
    Starring: James Stewart, Doris Day, Brenda de Banzie, Bernard Miles, Ralph Truman, Daniel Gélin
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1956, PG, 4 Star)

    18:40


    The Women (Film) Film icon 12 certificate
    Meg Ryan, Eva Mendes and Annette Bening head an all-female cast in this comedy drama, a remake of George Cukor's 1939 satire, from writer-director Diane English. Mary Haines thinks she has it all - a happy marriage, a lovely daughter, a top clothes designer job at her father's firm and a solid circle of very good friends. But then she hears through the grapevine that her husband is having an affair with a perfume saleswoman and, with that one thread unpicked, her entire world begins to unravel... Also starring Debra Messing, Jada Pinkett Smith, Candice Bergen, Cloris Leachman, Bette Midler and Carrie Fisher. Edited for content.
    Director: Diane English
    Starring: Meg Ryan, Annette Bening, Eva Mendes, Debra Messing, Jada Pinkett Smith, Bette Midler
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2008, 12, 2 Star)

    21:00


    Season of the Witch (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 15 certificate
    Film4's Dark Arts season runs through to Sunday 3rd November in in the post-9.00pm slots. It plays through Halloween, and ties in loosely with the BFI's long-running nationwide Gothic season. The season's Satanic offerings are possessed by stories of devil worship, diabolism, black magic and demonic horror. A Middle Ages fantasy action-adventure starring Nicolas Cage, Ron Perlman and Claire Foy. Sickened by the carnage of their Crusade, knights Behman and Felson have deserted and returned to Europe, where they are shocked to find the Black Death ravaging the land. In the town of Marburg they meet Cardinal D'Ambroise, who claims to know both the cause - a girl who's suspected of witchcraft - and the solution to the pestilence: a ceremony at a far distant monastery.
    Director: Dominic Sena
    Starring: Nicolas Cage, Ron Perlman, Stephen Campbell Moore, Stephen Graham, Ulrich Thomsen, Claire Foy
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2011, 15, 3 Star)



    22:50


    Angel Heart (Film) Film icon 4 star rating 18 certificate
    Alan Parker's thriller stars Mickey Rourke as a private detective engaged by Robert De Niro, his strangest client ever, to track down a missing singer. As Rourke probes the mystery, so he finds more and more evidence of an unexpected presence behind the murders that start piling up.
    Director: Alan Parker
    Starring: Mickey Rourke, Robert de Niro, Lisa Bonet, Charlotte Rampling, Stocker Fontelieu, Brownie McGhee
    (Subtitles, 1987, 18, 4 Star)

    01:05


    The Last Exorcism (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 15 certificate
    Daniel Stamm's documentary-style horror presents the spine-chilling footage shot by filmmaker Iris Reisen and her cameraman as they follow the Reverend Cotton Marcus. Marcus is a Louisiana evangelist famed for his ability to drive demons from the possessed. However, aside from the mental respite he brings the afflicted, he has become disillusioned with the process, seeing his own 'skills' as little more than well-meaning tricks. Already on the verge of ending this work, he is easily persuaded to collaborate with Reisen on a film that is designed to reveal that exorcism has nothing at all to do with divine intervention. And, when he is asked to help Nell, a troubled teenager who intermittently appears to host violent forces that mutilate the local livestock, they think they have the perfect case for his final exorcism.
    Director: Daniel Stamm
    Starring: Patrick Fabian, Ashley Bell, Iris Bahr, Louis Herthum, Caleb Landry Jones, Tony Bentley
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 2010, 15, 3 Star)

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    Film4 Listings for Wednesday 30th October

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    11:00


    Bullwhip (Film) Film icon 12 certificate
    When cowboy Steve Daley faces hanging for a murder he didn't commit, he has one way out: if he marries firebrand Cheyenne to save her inheritance he'll walk free. After the ceremony, she wants nothing to do with him but he's intrigued and sets about wooing her for real. Harmon Jones's western mirrors Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew and was an influence on the 1975 comedy western Goin' South, which starred Jack Nicholson.
    Director: Harmon Jones
    Starring: Guy Madison, Rhonda Fleming, James Griffith, Peter Adams, Don Beddoe, Dan Sheridan
    (Subtitles, 1958, 12, 2 Star)

    12:40


    Black Beauty (Film) Film icon PG certificate
    Anna Sewell's book is one of the all-time best-sellers and James Hill's film is a reasonably faithful interpretation of Black Beauty's adventures and misadventures. From being the loved companion of young Joe, via a stint in a circus in Spain, and fighting for the British in India, the famous horse ends up sick and pulling a coal cart; but rescue and, after many years, a touching reunion, eventually beckon.
    Director: Phil Rosen
    Starring: Esther Ralston, Alexander Kirkland, Gavin Gordon, Hale Hamilton, Don Alvarado, George Walsh
    (Subtitles, Black and White, 1933, PG)

    14:45


    Please Sir! (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    Hilarious movie spin-off from the popular TV sitcom in which teacher Bernard Hedges takes troublesome class 5C to a holiday camp with inevitably comic and disastrous results. Scripted by sitcom experts John Esmonde and Bob Larbey.
    Director: Mark Stuart
    Starring: John Alderton, Deryck Guyler, Noel Howlett, Joan Sanderson, Richard Davies, Erik Chitty
    (Subtitles, 1971, PG, 3 Star)

    16:50


    Holy Man (Film) Film icon PG certificate
    Stephen Herek's comedy drama stars Jeff Goldblum as Ricky Hayman, whose boss gives him just two weeks to turn his failing shopping cable channel around. But nothing Hayman or Ivy League graduate Kate Newell do can increase viewing figures or sales, until, following a car crash, they meet 'G', an enigmatic holy man, whose wisdom and insight change the channel's fortunes and their lives.
    Director: Stephen Herek
    Starring: Eddie Murphy, Jeff Goldblum, Kelly Preston, Robert Loggia, Jon Cryer, Eric McCormack
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1998, PG, 2 Star)

    19:05


    The Phantom (Film) Film icon 12 certificate
    Simon Wincer's retro fantasy adventure, based on Lee Falk's classic comic strip, stars Billy Zane as Kit Walker, otherwise known as the Phantom. The crimefighter, who unlike other superheroes must rely solely on his human strength and ingenuity, is committed to battling all forms of injustice, cruelty and piracy. However, his immediate concern is to keep out of the hands of criminal genius Xander Drax three skulls which, if used together, can confer ultimate power. When Kit's ex-girlfriend Diana Palmer is sent to investigate claims of piracy against Xander, she is captured by female pirates led by Sala. Can the Phantom win the race to unite the skulls? And can he rescue Diana without revealing his secret identity to her? Edited for content.
    Director: Simon Wincer
    Starring: Billy Zane, Kristy Swanson, Treat Williams, Catherine Zeta-Jones, James Remar, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1996, 12, 2 Star)



    21:00


    Rush Hour 3 (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 12 certificate
    Brett Ratner's martial-arts action-comedy sequel starring Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan. When the Chinese Ambassador to the US is shot while divulging the whereabouts of a major Triad leader, the American authorities once again send Chief Inspector Lee and Detective James Carter into the fray. Lee quickly corners the would-be assassin, Kenji, but Lee's shock at coming face-to-face with an old friend gives the baddie just enough time to escape. Kenji's trail leads the mismatched cops to Paris, where car chases and a sequence among the under-dressed dancers of the Folies Bergore await them, plus rather a lot of dodgy French stereotypes and a finale atop the Eiffel Tower. Also starring Youki Kudoh and Noimie Lenoir, together with, in unlikely cameos, Max von Sydow and Roman Polanski.
    Director: Brett Ratner
    Starring: Chris Tucker, Jackie Chan, Hiroyuki Sanada, Youki Kudoh, Max von Sydow, Yvan Attal
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 2007, 12, 3 Star)

    22:45


    End of Days (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 18 certificate
    Action adventure story about a private security guard who finds himself caught up in an apocalyptic conflict. The Devil's only chance of getting out of his eternal prison is to mate with a chosen girl in the last hour of the millennium, and the guard finds himself having to protect the woman from an enemy in whom he does not even believe.
    Director: Peter Hyams
    Starring: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Gabriel Byrne, Robin Tunney, Kevin Pollak, CCH Pounder, Derrick O'Connor
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1999, 18, 3 Star)

    01:05


    Legend (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    Ridley Scott's fantasy stars Tom Cruise as Jack, the hero whose mission is to conquer Darkness. But he must also rescue his love Lili, held captive by Darkness, who is trying to force her to participate in his plan to kill the last unicorn and thus plunge Earth into eternal night.
    Director: Ridley Scott
    Starring: Tom Cruise, Mia Sara, Tim Curry, David Bennent, Alice Playten, Billy Barty
    (Subtitles, 1985, PG, 3 Star)

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    Film4 Listings for Thursday 31st October

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    11:00


    Kiki's Delivery Service (Film) Film icon 4 star rating U certificate
    From Japan's Studio Ghibli, Hayao Miyazaki's animation tells of a young witch, Kiki, who sets out to make her way in the world. She ends up in a small town that has a 'no witches' rule, but where the local baker offers her a job delivering bread by broomstick. Her job starts well, until one day she finds she can no longer make her broom levitate or talk to her cat. This screening is the English language version.
    Director: Hayao Miyazaki
    Starring: Minami Takayama, Rei Sakuma, Kappei Yamaguchi, Keiko Toda, Mieko Nobusawa, Koichi Miura
    (Subtitles, 1989, U, 4 Star)

    13:10


    The Sons of Katie Elder (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    John Wayne stars in Henry Hathaway's tough western as John Elder, the eldest of four brothers gathered to mourn and avenge the violent death of their mother, Katie Elder. An outlaw, he can only join his siblings Tom, Matt and Bud in secret to fight back against the man who ordered her death: Morgan Hastings and his hired guns Dave Hastings and Curley.
    Director: Henry Hathaway
    Starring: John Wayne, Dean Martin, Martha Hyer, Michael Anderson Jr., Earl Holliman, Jeremy Slate
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 1965, PG, 3 Star)

    15:35


    A Challenge for Robin Hood (Film) Film icon U certificate
    Director CM Pennington-Richard's reworking of the Robin Hood legend provides lively family entertainment, with Barrie Ingham in the title role.
    Director: C.M. Pennington-Richards
    Starring: Barrie Ingham, Peter Blythe, John Arnatt, Gay Hamilton, John Gugolka, James Hayter
    (Subtitles, 1967, U, 2 Star)

    17:30


    In and Out (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 12 certificate
    Frank Oz's stylish comedy-satire stars Kevin Kline as Howard Brackett, a popular small-town high school teacher who is engaged to his fellow teacher Emily. Then ex-pupil-turned-film-star Cameron Drake mentions him in his Oscar-acceptance speech, inadvertently outing him as gay. Everyone, including Howard, is shocked but, as well as coping with the town's reactions, he must deal with his own feelings. With Debbie Reynolds, Bob Newhart and Tom Selleck. Edited for content.
    Director: Frank Oz
    Starring: Kevin Kline, Joan Cusack, Tom Selleck, Matt Dillon, Debbie Reynolds, Wilford Brimley
    (Subtitles, Audio Described, 1997, 12, 3 Star)

    19:20


    Doctor Dolittle (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    Betty Thomas's remake of the 1967 film is neatly updated with Eddie Murphy playing Dr John Dolittle, who talks to the animals. Dolittle and his pushy partner Mark Weller hope to strike a lucrative deal with a major corporation, but more and more of Dolittle's time is taken up giving CPR to lab rats and talking a suicidal tiger out of jumping from five storeys up. The film works because Murphy's character is played relatively straight while the creatures are allowed to be cynically sarcastic about him, humans and others species. Special plaudits go to the lab rats voiced by Reni Santoni and John Leguizamo, Chris Rock as Rocky the guinea pig and Norm Macdonald as Dolittle's laconic companion Lucky the dog.
    Director: Betty Thomas
    Starring: Eddie Murphy, Ossie Davis, Oliver Platt, Peter Boyle, Richard Schiff, Kristen Wilson
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 1998, PG, 3 Star)



    21:00


    The Fourth Kind (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 15 certificate
    As Spielberg taught the world in his 1977 blockbuster, the third kind of alien encounter is contact. Apparently the fourth kind is abduction, and Olatunde Osunsanmi's sci-fi thriller purports to tell the story of what happened to a number of people who disappeared in Nome, Alaska. Based on real events, the film juxtaposes supposedly archive footage of therapy sessions with dramatic reconstructions as Dr Abigail Tyler investigates the uncanny similarities in the testimony of a number of her insomniac patients. The use of split screen to establish a sense of authenticity is an interesting idea which doesn't quite bear dramatic fruit, but fans of the genre should find sufficient jolts and paranoia to satisfy their appetites.
    Director: Olatunde Osunsanmi
    Starring: Milla Jovovich, Will Patton, Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Corey Johnson, Enzo Cilenti, Elias Koteas
    (Premiere, Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2009, 15, 3 Star)

    23:00


    Antichrist (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 18 certificate
    Willem Dafoe and Charlotte Gainsbourg star in Lars von Trier's horror-drama about a marriage that violently implodes after a tragic accident; and, featuring scenes of explicit sex, disturbing violence and graphic genital mutilation, it's not for the squeamish. Dafoe and Gainsbourg, the unnamed protagonists, are making love in their lofty apartment when their young child manages to crawl out of an open window and plunge fatally to the pavement below. Naturally, their lives fall apart. However, the father is a psychiatrist, and he persuades his wife to forgo anti-depressants and travel with him to an isolated house in the woods, where he can put his own therapeutic theory into effect. But instead of healing their hurt, their isolation, and her research into witchcraft and pagan religions, results in them succumbing to otherworldly influences and a grisly descent into brutal savagery.
    Director: Lars von Trier
    Starring: Willem Dafoe, Charlotte Gainsbourg
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 2009, 18, 3 Star)

    01:10


    Häxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages (Film) Film icon 4 star rating 15 certificate
    Danish film-maker Benjamin Christensen's seminal, silent, black and white semi-documentary account of the dark arts. Released in the same year as both Robert Flaherty's early documentary Nanook of the North and FW Murnau's influential horror Nosferatu: A Symphony Of Horror, Christensen's work broke bold new ground by combining the two new genres. The film both plays it straight, purporting to be 'a presentation from a cultural and historical point of view in seven chapters of moving pictures' that thoroughly explores witchcraft, and also features, at times, lurid recreations of the events discussed in the intertitles. It's a real curiosity, and not only has it stood the test of time, but's also worth watching for its incredibly creative special effects, some of which were not bettered for decades. First screening on Film4.
    Director: Benjamin Christensen
    Starring: Maren Pedersen, Clara Pontoppidan, Elith Pio, Oscar Stribolt, Tora Teje, John Andersen
    (Black and White, Premiere, Subtitles, 1922, 15, 4 Star)

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    Film4 Listings for Friday 1st November

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    11:00


    A Town Called Panic (Animation) PG certificate
    A feature-length version of Belgian animators Vincent Patar and Stephane Aubier's kids' show Panique au village, which concerns the everyday adventures of three housemates living in a very small village. The principal characters are plastic toys called Cowboy and Indian, who share their home with a talking horse called... Horse. The 'human' duo don't possess the sharpest of intellects and spend most of their time squabbling, while Horse's days are largely spent homemaking and keeping the other two in line.
    (Subtitles, Subtitled, In French with English Subtitles, Widescreen, PG)

    12:30


    Carry on Up the Khyber (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    Classic Carry On fun from stalwart director Gerald Thomas, featuring the core team of regulars. Sir Sidney Ruff-Diamond is in charge of the motley kilted crew of the Third Foot and Mouth regiment at a British outpost in the Khyber Pass. The Khasi of Kalabar has other ideas and wants the 'British devils' dead, but his troops fear what they may or may not have under their 'skirts'. But when one of the regiment is seen wearing underpants the fate of the British in India is at stake.
    Director: Gerald Thomas
    Starring: Sid James, Kenneth Williams, Charles Hawtrey, Roy Castle, Joan Sims, Bernard Bresslaw
    (Subtitles, Audio Described, 1969, PG, 3 Star)

    14:15


    The Simpsons Movie (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    America's favourite family make their debut on the big screen in David Silverman's comedy. When Homer rescues a pig from certain death, little does he realise the full consequences of his action: Springfield's isolation from the world by a gargantuan glass dome. It's the only way the government can prevent the pollution that he caused from escaping to the outside world and creating a race of six-eyed squirrels. The townsfolk, armed with torches and pitchforks, are soon after him, and the family have to flee to Alaska. But even Homer knows he must return to do the right thing... Warning: contains full frontal Bart nudity.
    Director: David Silverman
    Starring: Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith, Hank Azaria, Harry Shearer
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 2007, PG, 3 Star)

    16:00


    Doctor Dolittle (Film) Film icon 3 star rating U certificate
    Rex Harrison stars in Richard Fleischer's charming adaptation of Hugh Lofting's classic children's book as the eccentric Doctor Dolittle, who can converse with animals in 849 languages. Wrongly imprisoned for releasing a captive seal into the wild, he is rescued by his friend Tommy and the pair set off with Matthew Muggins in search of the mythical pink sea snail.
    Director: Richard Fleischer
    Starring: Rex Harrison, Samantha Eggar, Anthony Newley, Richard Attenborough, Peter Bull, Muriel Landers
    (Subtitles, 1967, U, 3 Star)

    18:55


    Letters to Juliet (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    Amanda Seyfried and Vanessa Redgrave star in Gary Winick's dreamy romantic drama. American magazine employee Sophie is on holiday in Italy with her husband-to-be Victor. In Verona, home of Shakespeare's star-cross'd lovers, she stumbles across a tradition whereby modern-day women cathartically leave notes about their love lives addressed to the fictional Juliet, and to which other modern-day women reply. The note that catches Sophie's eye is from an English woman, Claire, detailing her lost Italian love. Despite it languishing for decades, Sophie decides to respond to the note, little realising that she's just taken the first step on a romance-imbued journey of her own...Also starring Franco Nero and Christopher Egan. In English, and Italian and Spanish, with English subtitles. Edited for content.
    Director: Gary Winick
    Starring: Amanda Seyfried, Marcia DeBonis, Gael García Bernal, Giordano Formenti, Paolo Arvedi, Dario Conti
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, 2010, PG, 3 Star)



    21:00


    The Waterboy (Film) Film icon 12 certificate
    Adam Sandler stars in Frank Coraci's comedy as Bobby Boucher, the waterboy of a top Louisiana university American football team. When his temper gets the better of him, he loses his job, and is hired by jittery coach Klein of the Mud Dogs. But when Bobby reveals a hidden talent for football, he's offered the chance to lead the team to glory and a chance to get one over on the team who sacked him at the championship game. Kathy Bates features in scene-stealing mode as Bobby's possessive, manipulative mother.
    Director: Frank Coraci
    Starring: Adam Sandler, Kathy Bates, Fairuza Balk, Henry Winkler, Jerry Reed, Lawrence Gilliard Jr.
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Audio Described, 1998, 12, 2 Star)

    22:45


    Race with the Devil (Film) Film icon 3 star rating PG certificate
    Horror thriller starring Peter Fonda and Warren Oates. When two friends and co-workers head off to Colorado for a holiday with their wives, they little expect that they'll stumble across a horrific ritual human sacrifice - and then be hunted by the Satanists responsible for the atrocity. With Loretta Swit and Lara Parker. First screening on Film4.
    Director: Jack Starrett
    Starring: Peter Fonda, Warren Oates, Loretta Swit, Lara Parker, R.G. Armstrong, Clay Tanner
    (Premiere, Widescreen, Subtitles, 1975, PG, 3 Star)

    00:30


    Kill List (Film) Film icon 4 star rating 18 certificate
    Director Ben Wheatley follows up his 2010 crime comedy Down Terrace with this dark, Film4-funded slice of unsettling horror. After a year out of work and with money troubles and marital tensions escalating, Jay is depressed and badly needs a break. So, when his relentlessly cheery former colleague Gal pitches up with the offer of a job it should be cause for celebration. But, contrary to appearances, Jay and Gal are hit men whose last assignment went disastrously wrong, so their lives are far from straightforward. And rather than proving their salvation, this new job will lead them into terrifyingly unreal, shockingly brutal territory.
    Director: Ben Wheatley
    Starring: Neil Maskell, MyAnna Buring, Harry Simpson, Michael Smiley, Emma Fryer, Struan Rodger
    (Subtitles, 2011, 18, 4 Star)

    02:20


    [Rec] ² (Film) Film icon 3 star rating 18 certificate
    Directors Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza's sequel to their acclaimed 2007 horror film. The original movie followed a TV reporter, her cameraman and the fire brigade to an apparently ordinary emergency call at an apartment block in Barcelona where they were plunged into a terrifying and sustained attack by infected, zombie-like residents. The sequel follows immediately after the events of the previous film as an armed SWAT team are sent in to assess and neutralise the situation at the now-quarantined building. Once again, unnerving PoV video perspective captures the gruesome action as the soldiers attempt to keep the bloodthirsty menace at bay - and prevent the infection from spreading to the outside world.
    Director: Jaume Balagueró, Paco Plaza
    Starring: Jonathan D. Mellor, Óscar Zafra, Ariel Casas, Alejandro Casaseca, Pablo Rosso, Rafa Parra
    (Widescreen, Subtitles, Subtitled, In Spanish with English Subtitles, 2009, 18, 3 Star)

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