Film Four 17-09-08.

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The Return of the Musketeers (PG) 1989 D'Artagnan reunites his former companions to save the Queen from the evil Cardinal Mazarin, but the latter's cunning plan pits the heroes against each other. Meanwhile, the daughter of a vanquished enemy seeks revenge on the four heroes. Lively swashbuckling adventure, with Oliver Reed, Michael York, Frank Finlay and Richard Chamberlain reprising their roles alongside Kim Cattrall, C Thomas Howell and Roy Kinnear, who died part-way through the filming (888)

The Left Hand of God (U) 1955 Humphrey Bogart stars as an American pilot who poses as a Catholic priest to evade capture by his former employer in postwar China. Drama, based on the novel by William E Barrett, with Gene Tierney, Lee J Cobb, EG Marshall and Agnes Moorehead (888)

Geronimo (PG) 1962 Fact-based Western chronicling the story of the Native American hero who led his people against white colonisers before his eventual capture in 1886. Chuck Connors is only adequate in the role of the eponymous legend, while Kamala Devil, Ross Martin, Pat Conway and Adam West number among the rather limited supporting cast

The Perfect Catch (PG) 2005 Jimmy Fallon and Drew Barrymore star as unlikely couple Ben and Lindsey who meet and fall in love over the winter. But when summer brings a new baseball season, Lindsey discovers Ben's devotion to his favourite team knows no bounds and that she will always come second. The Farrelly brothers' romantic comedy, loosely based on Nick Hornby's football-themed novel Fever Pitch, but with America's favourite sport replacing Britain's. With Jack Kehler

Pineapple Express Special Seth Rogen, James Franco and Danny McBride discuss their roles in the new comedy Pineapple Express, produced by Judd Apatow

Witness (15) 1985 City cop Harrison Ford faces a clash of cultures while reluctantly protecting an Amish boy who witnessed a murder but the assignment ends in an unscheduled bout of romance with the youngster's recently widowed mother. This thriller, from Master and Commander director Peter Weir, offers a thought-provoking comparison between very different lifestyles, and co-stars Kelly McGillis, Lukas Haas and Danny Glover (888)

Personal Services (18) 1987 Julie Walters stars in this witty look at British attitudes toward sex. Loosely based on the life of celebrated madam and media celebrity Cynthia Payne, the film charts a woman's rise from struggling cafe waitress to supplier of kinky sexual services for the rich, famous and needy. With Alec McCowen, Shirley Stelfox and Tim Woodward

Election (18) 2005 A Hong Kong crime syndicate needs to appoint a new boss, and two ambitious gangsters compete for the position. The matter is settled by a vote, but when a ceremonial walking stick carried by the leader goes missing, all hell breaks loose, as the losing party sees a chance to gain power by recovering it, infighting erupts among the other mobsters and the police set out to bring down the organisation once and for all. Compelling crime thriller, starring Simon Yam and Tony Leung Ka Fai

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