Film Four 21-09-08.

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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

Hoppity Goes to Town (U) 1941 Feature-length cartoon offering a bug's-eye view of life. A community of insects have made their home in New York city, but the humans of the city are a constant menace with their littering and carelessness. When the bugs learn a skyscraper is to be built on their home, a plucky grasshopper sets out to find them a new place to live. Directed by Dave Fleischer, with the voices of Kenny Gardner and Gwen Williams (888)

The Quiet Man (U) 1952 An American prizefighter (John Wayne in one of his most popular roles) retires from the ring after killing an opponent, and returns to his native Galway, where he soon ends up in trouble with the local squire. John Ford's Stirring Oscar-winning comedy, also starring Maureen O'Hara, Victor McLaglen, Barry Fitzgerald and Ward Bond

The Honeymooners (PG) 2005 Reworking of the Fifties American sitcom, with Cedric the Entertainer taking on the role of scheming New York bus driver Ralph Kramden, originally played by Jackie Gleason. Ralph's latest get-rich-quick plan leaves him and his wife penniless and forces him to come up with an even zanier scheme to put things right. Mike Epps co-stars as manic sidekick Ed, while Gabrielle Union and Regina Hall play their long-suffering wives

Along Came a Spider (15) 2001 The daughter of a senator is kidnapped from her expensive private school, sparking a desperate race to hunt down her psychotic and devilishly intelligent captor before it's too late. Luckily, grizzled police psychologist Alex Cross (Morgan Freeman) is on hand to match wits with the villain. Nail-biting thriller based on James Patterson's best-selling page-turner, starring Monica Potter, Michael Wincott, Dylan Baker and Penelope Ann Miller (888)

The New World (12) 2005 Premiere. Terrence Malick's epic drama, charting the troubled relationship between a British sailor and a Native American girl in 17th-century America. The acclaimed director's usual flair for striking imagery adds a poignant beauty to the oft-told legend of Pocahontas, revealing the vast open spaces of a continent on the cusp of colonisation. Colin Farrell stars alongside Q'orianka Kilcher, while the strong cast also includes Christopher Plummer and Christian Bale

Prick Up Your Ears (18) 1987 Gary Oldman gives an incredibly powerful performance in this energetic biopic of celebrated Sixties playwright Joe Orton, which concentrates on his turbulent relationship with lover, early collaborator and eventual murderer Kenneth Halliwell. Written by Alan Bennett and based on John Lahr's biography, with an all-star cast including Alfred Molina, Vanessa Redgrave, Frances Barber and Wallace Shawn

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