Film Four 22-09-08.

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Sailor Beware! (PG) 1956 An able seaman goes to meet his prospective mother-in-law to discuss marriage arrangements, but finds his run-in with the old battleaxe a harrowing experience. So when he realises he'll never be able to escape her beady eye, he's suddenly afflicted with a case of cold feet and fails to turn up for his wedding. Comedy, starring Peggy Mount, Shirley Eaton, Ronald Lewis and Gordon Jackson (888)

A Kid for Two Farthings (U) 1955 Sweetly whimsical drama set in London's East End. A six-year-old is fascinated by the stories of an elderly neighbour, who tells him about the strange powers of the mythical unicorns. The lad sets out to find such a magical beast, only to encounter a single-horned goat. Certain he's found the creature he was looking for, he takes it home and sets about making wishes come true. Jonathan Ashmore, Celia Johnson, Diana Dors and David Kossoff star (888)

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

Three Came Home (12) 1950 A writer, her husband and the couple's young son are captured by Japanese forces and soon become separated in a tough prison camp. Moving fact-based drama based on the true story of Agnes Newton Keith, starring Claudette Colbert, Patric Knowles, Florence Desmond and Sessue Hayakawa. Director Jean Negulesco tells the harrowing tale with a sensitivity not often seen in the era's wartime films (888)

Unconditional Love (15) 2002 Middle-aged American woman Kathy Bates is shocked when her husband (Dan Aykroyd) unexpectedly leaves her. In a bid to cheer herself up she plans to attend a concert by her favourite singer only for the star to be murdered before the show takes place. With nothing left to lose, she flies to Wales to attend the funeral, and quickly forms an unlikely friendship with her late hero's gay lover. Comedy drama, co-written and directed by PJ Hogan, with Rupert Everett and Meredith Eaton

Mr & Mrs Smith (15) 2005 A couple struggle to keep their marriage interesting until they learn they have something in common they are both assassins. When their employers demand they target each other, their rocky relationship suddenly becomes more complicated. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie show off the on-screen chemistry which brought them together away from the cameras, while director Doug Liman balances the action with plenty of laughs. With Vince Vaughn and Adam Brody (888)

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

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