Film Four & Film Four +1 24-01-09


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FilmFour


(last updated Sat 24 Jan 2009, 05:25 GMT)


1.00pm
Crocodile Dundee (15) 1986 A New York reporter travels to the Australian Outback to discover the truth behind tales of a larger-than-life local wilderness hero. After a journey through the Bush, she invites the adventurer to come back to the US with her but the die-hard Aussie will need all his survival skills to adjust to life in the urban jungle. Comedy adventure written by and starring Paul Hogan, with Linda Kozlowski, John Meillon and Mark Blum (888)

2.50pm
In & Out (12) 1997 An Oscar-winner announces on national TV that his former schoolteacher is gay, causing uproar in the close-knit community where he grew up, and forcing the beleaguered tutor to convince his family, fiancee and pupils that he is not homosexual. Comedy, starring Kevin Kline, Matt Dillon, Tom Selleck and Joan Cusack

4.35pm
The River's Edge (15) 1957 A fugitive bank robber tracks down his ex-lover and her new husband, forcing them to help him escape across the border to Mexico with his ill-gotten gains. Action thriller, starring Ray Milland, Anthony Quinn, Debra Paget and Harry Carey Jr (888)

6.20pm
The Phantom of the Opera (12) 2004 A disfigured composer lurks in the catacombs beneath a Paris opera house, giving rise to stories that the building is haunted. The lonely maestro becomes infatuated with a talented young singer, and plans to turn her into a star. But his love for her is doomed to end in tragedy. Adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical, starring Gerard Butler, Emmy Rossum, Miranda Richardson and Minnie Driver (888)

9.00pm
AVP: Alien vs Predator (15) 2004 A team of archaeologists investigate the discovery of a mysterious pyramid beneath the Antarctic ice, which is inhabited by a deadly alien race. Meanwhile, a second batch of hostile extraterrestrials are on their way to prove their worth by fighting the first with the unfortunate humans caught in the middle. Sci-fi thriller, starring Sanaa Lathan, Raoul Bova and Lance Henriksen (888)

10.45pm
In the Cut (18) 2003 Meg Ryan casts her fluffy image aside for this steamy thriller from acclaimed director Jane Campion. She plays a New York teacher who becomes involved in a lust-fuelled relationship with a detective who's investigating a series of grisly murders but deep, dark secrets threaten to emerge. Mark Ruffalo, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Kevin Bacon co-star

1.00am
Personal Services (18) 1987 A working class single mother struggling to make ends meet opens her own brothel with the aid of an experienced prostitute and a transvestite RAF officer. With a kinky clientele of elderly businessmen, business is soon booming until the police come calling. Comedy, based on the experiences of madam Cynthia Payne, starring Julie Walters and Alex McCowen

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