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Honor Rolls: Northeast Columbia

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

BOOKMAN ROAD ELEMENTARY has announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2010-11 academic year.

ALL A’s

JB Allen, Samira Alvarez, Anna Kate Anderson, Taylor Anderson, Jason Benjamin, Brian Blanding, Makayla Bowen, Ethan Burch, Joseph Buzhardt, Adeline Cain, Abigail Cain, Morgan Carolina, McAyla Clarke, Isabella Clarke, Allie Coffer, Chandler Cooper, Noble Cooper, Jason Cox, Carol Ann Craig, Laurel Davis, Jaylen Davis, Ryan DeLong, Kaitlyn Froelich, Royce Frye, Maggie Gaither, Ella Grife, Luke Groth, Camryn Hambrick, Sydney Hankins, Carson Harrell, Dylan Harrell, Miles Heitman, Ramsey Herndon, Stephen Hinkle, Esais Jones, Chesnee Kelly, Amy Kibler, Nicholas Kitchens, Kyrie Lanham, Kevin Lawson, Sarah Lechner, Veronica Lennon, Fadel Lindsay, Nakyra Mathis, Fadel Matthew, Callie Grace McManus, Katie Paige Moore, Caroline Moore, Isaiah Morant, Hannah Morris, Andrew Mott, Madison Mullins, Erin Murphy, Christan Myers, Ethan O’Sullivan, Marco Parra Badillo, Caitlyn Patterson, Adam Patterson, Matthew Payne, Max Petersen, Jimmy Pinkard, Talea Pitts, Ryan Powell, Sarah Punch, Emma Quattro, Adam Quin, Carson Quin, Kaitlyn Quinn, Brennan Ravan, Adrin Ravan, Maddi Rivers, Tiffany Ross, Hanna Sakalouskaya, Watson Saunders, Gurdeep Singh, Samantha Singletary, William Singleton, Clayton Sizemore, Mariah Smith, Isabelle Srayberry, Christopher Staudt, Madison Stone, Evan Stone, Gavin Taylor, Arenda Thomas, Keyani Turner, Ryan Weaver, Marly Weiss, Emma Louise White, Barbara Williams, Taylor Williams, Dasia Willis, Katherine Wright, Ben Wuori

KEELS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

KEELS ELEMENTARY has announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2010-11 academic year.

ALL A’s

Malachi Addison, Elijah Bell, Micah Bilbro, Carrington Blackwell, Ariyanna Buggs, Miracle Chatman, Diamond Craft, Cotron Dorsey, Indya Fields, On’Chelay Gibson, Angel Golphin, Madison Gray, D’Alishawn Grooms, Jordan Hickmon, Michael Holman, Kamya Johnson, nashell lagombra, Aijah Latten, Isaiah Lee, Seabastion Legette, Nia Maple, Tristan Mullen, Omaria Murray-Broadwater, Yinka Pelumi, Don Pough, Kyntrea Roberts, A’Laya Scott, Rahem Scott, William Sexton, Kennedi Solomon, Zora Tyson, Helena Volynets, Courtney Waters, Marquis Williams, Marquise Williams, Angel Williams, Andre Wilson, LaMarion Wilson

KILLIAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

KILLIAN ELEMENTARY has announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2010-11 academic year.

ALL A’s

SECOND GRADE: Oluwaseyi Adelakun, Paul Davis, Anna Jones, Kayla Simmons

THIRD GRADE: Majok Auot, Erin Byrd, Ayleen De Los Rios Guisao, Nirvanah Nak

FIFTH GRADE: Tierra Ritter, Rashawn Spann

NELSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

LONNIE B. NELSON ELEMENTARY has announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2010-11 academic year.

ALL A’s

SECOND GRADE: Katelyn Alexander, James Andreen, Chanaya Carr, Regina Davis, Trevonte Frazer, Jack Gagliardi, Kirslyn Gunter, Jackson Hale, Lana Hassan, Sydney Hook, Eudora Jackman, Samaria Jacobs, Robert Johnson, Hunter Lasater, Cameron McBride, Andrea McKelvin, Emily Pace, Aisha Siddique, Cade Stocker, Briana Story, Thomas Anthony Vitale, Calvin Young

THIRD GRADE: Gabby Beck, Darion Bouie, Hannah Creel, Darius Darby, Caylin Eichelberger, Sanaa Fareed, Jeremiah Green, Nailah Hicks, Joshua Kendrick-Johnson, Christian Livingston, Nadia McKinney, Maria Medvedchikova, Oliver Meihls, Bryson Miller, Jaylen Nesbitt, Katie Pittman, Matthew Reiland, Hunter Rogers, Lily Shytle, Davis Telleen, Zachary Ward, George Wells

FOURTH GRADE: Gabbi Brazell, Joshua Curry, Carson Fields, Jasmine Finkley, Omya Goodwin, Noah Hook, Briana Rivera, Gion Vasquez

FIFTH GRADE: Steven Andreen, Billy Chen, Annie Kim, Laura Stuart, Nicole Maestas, Janae Walton, Kiara Young

POLO ROAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

POLO ROAD ELEMENTARY has announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2010-11 academic year.

ALL A’s

FOURTH GRADE: Rachel Choi, Love Douglas, Helen Kim, Antwann Moore, Jessa Philp, Yeju Song, Donovon Toomer, Tiani Williams

FIFTH GRADE: Sariah Adams, Aseil AlMogaber, Connor Burke, Molly Coleman, Caroline Crisler, Justyn Gray, Kenny Kim, Jensen Krebs, Isaac Lee, Kathryn Miles, Zenas Murphy, Myah Perry, Lindsey Powell, Shakthika Saravanan, Alan Shaju, Danielle Simpson, Kelsey Snook, Jazmyne Washington

RICE CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

RICE CREEK ELEMENTARY has announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2010-11 academic year.

ALL A’s

Laila Acox, JaVon Anderson, Shayla Anderson, Jolo Antonio, Darius Bates, Justin Behney, Ashley Bickham, Kaci Canady, Miranda Carman, Rori Chang, Dimitirus Chestnut, Emily Collins, Kaylan Cooper, Gabe Corn, Leema Daas, Sufianah Daquiaog, Marcellus Davis, Nathaniel Foltz, Priya George, Mason Ginnery, Caleena Greene, Justice Hill, Elizabeth Infante, Myuana Jackson, Rahmla Jones, Sativa Jones, Chelsea Kean, Mahogany McCreary, Raiven McDonald, Zhaniya McDuffie, Mya Middleton, Sydni Moore, Lauren Morris, Dawn Nguyen, Sunnie Nguyen, Zavier Osborne, Rosebella Owuor, Laila Parker, Elijah Peacock, Kasey Peterson, Braylin Peterson, Kaleb Phelps, Skylar Radcliff, Victoria Rances, Sam Randazzo, Ahmel Richardson, Deanna Riley, Dallas Robinson, Alexis Rojas, Cassius Rojas, Sarena Romriell, Johnathan Sanders, Dudy Shimpalee, Mackenzie Smith, Brooke Thomas, Tybrell Thomas, Faith Thompson, Tyler Tressler, Kiana Walker, Nashayla Warren, Lauryn Wilson, Dekira Wilson, Alexander Yun

ROUND TOP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

ROUND TOP ELEMENTARY has announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2010-11 academic year.

ALL A’s

Nathan Adams, Skyler Anton, Justin Bark, Rylie Beasley, McKynleigh Briggs, Carson Brockwell, Sloane Broderick, Palmer Brunetto, Kailey Butler, Dylan Caldwell, Lily Campbell, Kristin Clemmmons, Tillman Dillon, Mackenzie Downs, Delaney Durig, Ellie Feuerstein, Phoebe Fischer, Elena Funderburk, Emiya Gallman, Gabrielle Gardner, Jacob Gayle, Kade Gillespie, Ashleigh Gould, Maddie Gould, Megan Hanna, McKenzie Hanna, Nate Hinson, Shani Howard, Jonathan Jiang, Leigh Johnson, Regan Jones, Daniel Joo, Garrett Kaufman, Kasra Kazerounian, Andrew Kilgore, Joss Kim, Ashley Knutson, Jennifer Koh, Christopher Kong, Lauren Konopka, Reagan Lemon, Madison Lever, Vanessa Loius-Jean, Sofia Lynch, Chase Martin, Zane McDaniel, Zoe McDaniel, Shawn McMaster, Aaron Moore, Maya Moran, Callie Mudger, Austin Murray, Brooke Northup, Maggie Pardue, Jacob Parks, Aniah Patrick, Ethan Poungthana, Morgan Reupke, Ariana Richardson, Shaelee Ryan, Sadie Sanders, Kayla Schupbach, Benjamin Sills, Walt Simpson, Savannah Simpson, Adam Slagsvol, Julianne Smith, Kayleigh Smith, Millie Spivey, Meredith Stone, Andrew Traufler, Ethan Tyler, Nina Van, Alexis Waring, Luke Watson, Connor Weathers, Mariah Williams, Ryan Williams, Justin Williams, Connor Young

WINDSOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

WINDSOR ELEMENTARY has announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2010-11 academic year.

ALL A’s

SECOND GRADE: Isiah Alicia, Dylan Bailey, Adjoa Boafo, Dell Rose Dill Samuel Hiebert, Daniel Hutto, Brain Richardson, Amauria Royster, Jake Smalls, Tre Taylor. Cristian Villareal

THIRD GRADE: Dwight Jacobs

FOURTH GRADE: Jasmine Alicia, Kayla Brown, Shunteal Frazier, Isis Irick, Carlos Montes, and Aleyse Scarborough

FIFTH GRADE: Deaveyon Harney, Nicolas Jean-Giles

BLYTHEWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL

BLYTHEWOOD MIDDLE has announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2010-11 academic year.

ALL A’s

SIXTH GRADE: Matthew Adams, Alexandra Anton, Darby Anton, Haylee Armstrong, Robert Benton, Tiffany Boyles, Courtney Branham, Kaden Briggs, Elizabeth Brown, Jeffrey Buck, Maria Coletti, Joshua Crook, Charlotte Crotwell, Jacob DeClemente, Thomas Drummond, Greyson Fakoury, Emily Gayle, Erin Goff, Aerial Griffin, Cody Grondin, Zachary Hanna, Kyle Hardwick, Thomas James, Colton Kelly, Madison Kelly, Faith Kernan, Aleigh King, Savannah Kitowicz, Elizabeth Knight, Jenna Kramer, Hannah Lasseter, Mykela Lesso, Caitlin Maisonville, Jeffrey Mattox, Colin Miles, Madalyn Morris, Andrew Morrison, Mainaiya Myers, Owen Phillips, Jordan Postal, Nira Ransome, Holly Reep, Amelia Reynolds, Adrianna Rogers, Aubree Rubadeau, Hannah Saunders, Hidiya Waliyy, Courtney Watts, Nicole Welch, Ivory White, Abigail Wilson, Cameron Wormack

SEVENTH GRADE: Bridgette Barthe, Emily Brinson, Samuel Crosby, Matthew Frierson, Ayanna Goines, Skylar Haas, Jackson Hall, Margarette Herrera, Sydney Kale, Kelvin Mack, Annie Mattox, Elexis Mitchell, Adrienne Nieri, Rachel Reid, Jordan Ross, Derek Ryan, Kaylee Schnobrich, Bailey Sharp, Jadan Wilson

EIGHTH GRADE: Maiya Brown, Domonic Delfidio, Sarah Dorsey, Kristina Fain, Laura Gilstrap, Brandon Hardwick, Caroline Hitchner, Amy Johnson, Phillip Lyew-Daniels, Thomas Timms, Grayson Woodham

DENT MIDDLE SCHOOL

DENT MIDDLE has announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2010-11 academic year.

ALL A’s

SIXTH GRADE: Rahmah Adly, Whitley Bras, Alexandra Brooks, Omari Chapman, Aleena Cruz-Coleman, Brianna Felix, Tyrome Harvey, Marcus Pernell, Eneida Schroeder, Patricia Stansberry, Javier Wallace, Destiny Robertson, Marlon Butler, Asonta Evans, Adinah Foulks, Ashanti Koger, Destinee Lewis, Kiara Mathis, Kaleb Porter, Jordan Rye, Tahmara Thomas, Jalea Walker, Ajophonie Goodwin, Arreyon Koger, Brianna Prince, Charles Herndon, Isaiah Smith, Ivan Corrales, Jalyn Dockery, Joshua Dinkins, Olivia Witherell, Paris Dawkins, Ty’Charn Harvey, Ally Barbier, Cameron Brandenburg, Jenning Chen, Anvith Deeconda, Amelia Edwards, Lulu Fan, Lauren Grimmer, Sunny Gupta, Albert Huang, Mari Jones, Brian Koh, Kelly Lifchez, Madi Lynch, Luke Marazzo, Tanvi Mehta, Morgan Molosso

SEVENTH GRADE: Aaron Casasola, Melanie Byers-Medina, Blessed Halter, Asaari Hill, Justin Matthews, Danielle Rivers, Paola Bojorquez-ramirez, Torian Burkett, Christina Coley, Martina Flojo, Mychaella Turner, Breanna Blake, Briana Foster, Tristan Gallahar, Zaria Gripper, Eli Hill, Sydney Howard, Marcus Pyatt, Kenya Salmond, Zhu’nae Scott, Andrea Walker, Tori Agostini, Zenia Ballard, Kathlyne Bautista, Krishna Gorrepati, Revanth Kanumuri, Connor Kreese, Ronit Kulkarni, Almeera Lateef, Azalfa Lateef, Priscilla Li, Lanesa Mahon, Veronica McLean, Alyssa Pacheco

EIGHTH GRADE: Elijah Brown, Javontae’ Davis, Denijah Henderson, Thomas Massengale, Jenny Lao, Alorah Bell, Corey Benjamin, Jasmine Cardwell, Joelle Chaves, Quentin Colvin, Danesha Dennis, Baylee Dunnuck, Ty’Keisha Gamble, Alexis Jones, Keva Jones, Jailyn Kelly, Asherah Moore, Ariadna Olvera, Adrina Patterson, Spencer Pixley, Pasion Roach, Lia Singleton, Imani Wages, Claudia Dial, Osvaldo Santiago, Diamond Wood, Nikhila Cheerupurupalli, Richard Chen, Ashley Fox, Sean Lyons, Ashley Marler, Bette Needle, Courtney Squirewell, Taylor Boyd, Ashley Edmunds, Andrea Frame, Arthur Robinson

LONGLEAF MIDDLE SCHOOL

LONGLEAF MIDDLE has announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2010-11 academic year.

ALL A’s

Baker, Mikayla Nicole; Sconzo, Cheyenne Alexa; Wilson, Jada Chantel

SUMMIT PARKWAY MIDDLE SCHOOL

SUMMIT PARKWAY MIDDLE has announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2010-11 academic year.

ALL A’s

SIXTH GRADE: Ryan Brock, Chad Butler, Alyssa Driggers, Maya Ingram, Daniella Kucherina, Angelo Luna, Gabrielle McGee, Konnor Mostert, Amy Nguyen, Vinay Penmetsa, Anna Peterson, Aaliyah Smith, Kourtney Vermillion

SEVENTH GRADE: Chandler Bailey, Gabriel Christian, Brianna Fripp, Justin Gordon, Allison Middlebrooks, Taylor Motlong, Martina Novotny, Mary Pope, Teebro Rahman, Joseph Ravan, Joshua Roper

EIGHTH GRADE: Shaeli Sanders

E.L. WRIGHT MIDDLE SCHOOL

E.L. WRIGHT MIDDLE has announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2010-11 academic year.

ALL A’s

Zahida Ashroff, Briana Bell, Mary Brazell, Darian Childress, Casey Collins, Mazen Cotran, Fauziya Fareed, Muhammad Fayyaz, Brooke Harrelson, Taylor Harrison, Hannah Hawkins, Jazmyn Hinkle, Marzell Jackson, Mikayla Jennings, Mark Lawhorn, Jayden Ludwig, Mary Mauney, Caroline McManus, Briana Nguyen, Megan Peebles, Guillermo Pineda, Andres Pineda, Alan Port, Kailynn Reyes, Malarie Schexnider, Stephanie Scott, Arif Siddiqi, Emily Stubbs, Sarabeth Williams, DeAsia Witherspoon, Leslie Wohlfarth

CAMDEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

CAMDEN ELEMENTARY has announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2010-11 academic year.

ALL A’s

FIRST GRADE: Eleanor Avila, Marshall Batten, Kendell Battle, Olivia Bishop, Devin Brazell, Avery Brunson, Wyatt Bunch, MaKayla Cash, Mary Elizabeth Clements, Louis Clyburn, Caroline Cox, Meredith Creel, Jackson Dabney, Jordan Flowers, Grace Floyd, Mary Elizabeth Gardner, Alyson Goodwin, Josi Hicks, Brooke Jordan, Lillian Joseph, Wren Joseph, Golden Keltner, Karina Kewlani, Anggie Lopez, Natalie Marmolejo, Landry Martin, Margaret Grace McCaskill, Connor McLeod, Nicholas Meuse, Noah Miller, Amyah Murphy, Ava Neal, Samantha Pruett, Hayley Russell, Connor Sanders, CeAria Skinner, Katie Skufca, Layton Smith, Meagan Stokes, Tanner Stone, Keilah Tyriell Stradford, Rylee Studwell, Aliyah Tucker

SECOND GRADE: Kayla Alexander, Mary Boucher, Mell Boucher, Elizabeth Chandler, Tiffanie Cheung, Mary Margaret Crayne, Neil Driggers, Banks Galloway, Sara Elizabeth Hendrix, Averia Hook, Lucas Horton, Logan Howitt, Dayton Jeffcoat, Zarria Jiles, Morgan Jones, Robert Keen, William Kelly, Elizabeth Long, Jenna McCoy, Madelyn Munn, Cullen Myers, Andrew Reed Neal, Tarah Ransom, Payton Sanders, Jaden Taylor, Shydais Tucker, Thomas Warnock, Wyatt Welch, Hampton West, Amari Williams, Evan Younghans

THIRD GRADE: Juliana Altieri, Daisie Atkinson, David Bishop, Heath Bowers, Mary Scott Brown, Matthew Cassidy, Patrick Company, Griffin Eudy, Sam Ferguson, Landon Goodwin, Emily Guy, Jacob Hann, Dawson Hinson, Thomas Joseph, Grant Maree, Margaret Matthews, Madiosn McNeill, Will Montgomery, Banks Mosier, Madison Neal, Sydney Price, Dawson Ratz, Julianna Smith, Abigail Tarte, McKenzie Taylor, Kelly Welch, Sam White, Madison Williams, Max Woody

FOURTH GRADE: Lauren Andrews, Alexander Barks, Holden Brunson, Holden Bunch, Angel Cooke, Kinsley Dent, Johnson Griggs, Abigail Irick, Bryce Jeffcoat, Mary Kathryn Jones, Iris Kaputa, Leila Long, Thedus Leah McCaskill, Hunter McCoy, Caroline Munn, J D Myers, Brianna Ogburn, Wilson Pope, Kristen Randolph, Benjamin Schnese, Haleigh Scott, Madeline Sellers, Robert Spring, Benjamin Watson, Jolie Younger

FIFTH GRADE: Gus Allen, Sophia Altieri, Caroline Best, Andrew Boyles, Ryann Buckelew, Christopher Butler, Kyle Patrick Cassidy, Reed Clements, Ashley Cobb, Davis Cobb, Joe DeLoach, Dalton Elders, Riley Ellis, Fanny Estrada, Will Farmer, Will Galloway, Margaret Goodrich, Spencer Hann, Sanders Inabinet, Daniel Jamison, Campbell Jordan, Maria Joseph, Nellie Joseph, Julia Keen, Emily Kendall, Tyler Kurtz, Robert Lackey, Ryan Leaphart, Emma Maples, Karina Nolasco, Nicki Potteiger, Trey Rice, Paige Rice, Garnet Robinson, Santiago Rubio, Brandon Sellers, Olivia Sheheen, Larreek Stradford, Michael Stuckey, Catherine Todd, Christian Welch, Jensen Williams, Caroline Woolard, Heather Woolard, Sarah Grace Wohlwinder

DOBY’S MILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

DOBY’S MILL ELEMENTARY has announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2010-11 academic year.

ALL A’s

FIRST GRADE: Leo Addeo, Sylvia Adongo, Xan Anthony, Kaytlin Arave, Autumn Austin, Erin Belcher, Ashley Bellamy, Allison Belue, Mackenzie Blankenship, Sydney Branham, Gregory Brunson, Joshua Catoe, Zane Catoe, Emily Clark, Matthew Coleman, Gerald Gary, Ekzavia Glover, Jordan Harrell, Marissa Kirkland, Joshua Kirksey, Cheyenne Koenig, Mitchell Loudermilk, Zeke Meshach, Owen Metzelfeld, David Monroe, Gracie Parsons, Aiden Powell, Aumari Reames, Abigail Sample, Jacob Santoro, Hope Sowell, Ilsa Stepniewski, Ethan Taylor, Eleanor Thomas, Austin Watts, Alanna Young

SECOND GRADE: Yasmin Arriaga, Kaitlyn Blume, Jordan Byrd, Thomas Churchwell, Sydney Dials, Anyah Farmer, Xander Gibson, Daylan Giovati, Ryan Godlove, Tanasia Himes, Tatyanna Himes, Timothy Howard, Emily Jean, Shyann Jefferson, Grace Klipich, Christopher Mayberry, Reonna McDow, Zion Mention, Gauge Morgan, Jessica Ni, Coley Peake, DJ Rawls, Brooke Sanders, Anna Smith, Zach Smith, Summer Staples, Emma Stone, Chloe Thomas, Brianna Thompson, Emily Tucker, Annika Watson, Jenna Williams

THIRD GRADE: Braxton Bellamy, Jaden Gibson, Ty Howard, Jesse Marchman, Katrina Martin, Steven Moore, Sarah Nedrow, Steven Pendergrass, Faith Powell, Caleb Sample, Jake Tanner, Evan Tatge, Tyanna Tucker, Emilyann Yuhas

FOURTH GRADE: Endeah Alford, Madison Benton, Dominique Blackwell, Colby Blizzard, Emily Branham, Ethan Brassell, MacKenzie Calcutt, Brandon Cole, Linda Dingus, Anastasia Elson, Selma Ferjani, Ciara Gibson, Kaley Goerlich, Connor Jones, Auston Lee, Mason Loudermilk, Samantha Manning, Madelyn McCracken, Carey Quarles, Hunter Roberson, Chandler Scott, Brooke Shafer, Carson Shannon, Madison Slice, Stephenie Wiggins

FIFTH GRADE: Seth Addeo, Ben Alberson, Hannah Blizzard, Caden Britton, Emily Calcutt, Patrick Carolina, Evan Graves, Elisha Manigo Wood, Alex Martin, Zachary Nelson, Jonathan Richardson, Alex Robertson, Quintin Sirhal, Ashley Smith, Sydney Stanley, Vance Summers, Hannah Tucker

LUGOFF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

LUGOFF ELEMENTARY has announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2010-11 academic year.

ALL A’s

FIRST GRADE: Zack Almond, Noah Barrett, Gabriel Bowers, Merritt Brazell, Jennings Bryant, Blease Campbell, Jamie Catoe, Marcy Davis, Angel Friendly, David Graiger, Joey Hall, Ella Haudenshild, Katherine Henn, Carolina Hernandez, Alex Jordan, Hannah King, Channing LeGrand, Ian MacKenzie, Alex McCaskill, Banks Munn, Arissa Nelson, Brantley Padgett, William Perry, Wade Rabon, Mikella Ransom, Brady Ray, Shane Richburg, Elijah Rippy, Ian Robinson, Abby Seay, Hailey Swails, Dalton Taylor, David Thierrien, Laiken Tidwell, Hunter Vaughan, J.T. Watson, Haley West, Kendal Wise, Gavin Wooten, Gabrielle Wright, Daniel Zavaleta

SECOND GRADE: Damien Angle, Alex Bowers, Griffin Branham, Bradley Corder, Morgan Craft, Erica Faile, Lily Fender, Lauren Galloway, Drew Hanson, Tanner Jackson, Armoni Jones, Patrick Koeppen, Virginia Larsen, John Little, Grace McCoy, Chase Meadows, Will Morris, Gabrielle Powers, Julianne Richburg, Jesse Steen, Hannah Summers, Olivia Van Houten, Shayla Wallace, Harlee Wilson

THIRD GRADE: Gabriel Kane Beverly, Brandon Crane, Heath Erwin, Amanda Frieb, Jayden Geiger, Ryan Griggs, Jordin Herndon, Cameron Kean, Taylor LeGrand, William Lloyd, MacKenzie McGaha, Mary Ashlyn Page, William Rashley, Sawyer Reeves, Meredith Rhodes, Kaleigh Robinson, Laurel Taylor, Dylan Whitehouse, Mallory Whitmire, Lauren Wickham, Hannah Williams

FOURTH GRADE: Savannah Almand, J.R. Baker, Bailee Faile, Alex Greenwood, Sarah Hanson, Tyler Jackson, Billy Lankford, Brandon Lankford, J.C. LeGrand, Sammi Malaga, Molly McAvoy, Mathan Mooneyhan, Kaleigh Mullis, Zach Plyler, Charleston Ray, Dalton Reeves, Maddie Richburg, Elliot Rippy, Jaden Robinson, Jordan Steen, Gracie Stockman, Jacob Walker, Zach Young

FIFTH GRADE: Wyatt Boykin, Justin Dorton, Benjamin Fender, Hannah Griggs, Alexia Hopkins, Cameron Johnson, Zachary Koeppen, Jay Lynch, Abbey Mackey, Natalie Marshall, William McCaskill, Bryce Padgett, Noah Rabon, Zoe Sanders, Emily Seay, Turner Stockman, Camille Sullivan

LUGOFF-ELGIN MIDDLE SCHOOL

LUGOFF-ELGIN MIDDLE has announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2010-11 academic year.

ALL A’s

SIXTH GRADE: Chandler Barrett, John Bradley, Eryn Cameron, Elliott Campbell, Katelyn Elyard, Amelia Erwin, Chloe Horton, Dalton Jordan, Sidney Kull, Tyler Matthews, Austin McAvoy, Sydney Miyasaki, Tessa Ortiz, Karli Owens, Katilyn Pickle, William Pryor, Joseph Quinlan, Sean Riester, Bryan Robsinson, Caroline Rowell, Samuel Sims, Taylor Sinay, Diante Smith, Raymond Stevens, Jenna Sulzer, Katelyn Swails, Alexis Taylor, Victoria Thierrien, Sarah Thompson, Lauren Whitmire

SEVENTH GRADE: Matthew Adams, Taylor Bird, Victoria Branham, Zoe Buring, Heath Byrd, Erin Carraway, Gunnar Catoe, Mickayla Drost, Allison Fambro, Daija Gaskins, Sophie Greenwood, Hunter Horton, Brittany Langford, Victoria Miles, Chloe Morrison, Michael Munger, Hannah Plyler, Nicholas Ranges, Connor Ross, Kimberly Rozier, Devynn Stewart, Camri Thompson, Kinsay Winders, MacKenzie Wiseman

EIGHTH GRADE: Stephanie Connell, Aubry Edgerton, Heln Fakoury, Taylor Granger, Austen Haney, Aayahna Herbert, Joshua Hinson, Hans Jacob, Cameron Johnson, Dakota Jones, Andrea Kirkpatrick, Daniel McAvoy, Zane Nayfeh, Tnnner Odom, Hannah Ranson, Andrew Rhodes, Makala Rippy, Evelyn Watson, Claire Yount

LESLIE M. STOVER MIDDLE SCHOOL

LESLIE M. STOVER MIDDLE has announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2010-11 academic year.

ALL A’s

SIXTH GRADE: Mary Anderson, Hannah Burris, Caroline Cook, Hailey Davis, Keyera Estes, Nykira Evans, Lindsey Garner, Rachel Hatcher, Caroline Kistler, Baleigh Lunsford, Jasmyn Richardson, Kaleigh Smith, Thai Wood

SEVENTH GRADE: Elsa Compton, Spencer Elliott, Amira Ferjani, Kaitlyn Fuller, Amber Johnson, Sarah Placke, Hannah Potter, Devin Reeder, Dena Stanley

EIGHTH GRADE: Blaine Burris, Mallory Canzoneri, Cayla Curtis, Jessica Lumpkin, Brittany Richardson, Brandon Todd, Caylin Watson, Ajani Wilhelm

CAMDEN HIGH SCHOOL

CAMDEN HIGH has announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2010-11 academic year. .

ALL A’s

Katelyn Bailey, Corey Blanks, Alyssa Bolin, Christopher Brazell, Tara Brown, Brittany Bullard, Alyssa Buschman, Tanisha Canty, Ericka Contreras, Sarah Cotton, Andrew Cramer, Cody Davis, Kelsie DeBruhl, Henrietta Gantt, David Gardner, Sharneece Gary, Kassandra Glover, Caroline Godbold, Jarrod Hughes, Christopher Jordan, Caroline Kelly, Audrey Koon, Sydney Morris, Margaret Mullikin, Joseph Murphy, Sean Murphy, Brenda Navarro, Zachary Neal, Carolina Olano, Bethany Peterson, Shakia Pouge, Bethany Ridley, Kaitlyn Riley, India Robinson, Mathias Schreiner, Zalak Shah, Alexandra Stephens, Annah Tiller, Joseph Tiller, Kayla Wallace, Maggie Ward, Taylor Watson, Lantz Weaver, Margaret Wehunt, Haley Willis, Jordan Woody, Madison Woody

LUGOFF-ELGIN HIGH SCHOOL

LUGOFF-ELGIN HIGH has announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2010-11 academic year.

ALL A’s

NINTH GRADE: Megan Elizabeth Brazell, Erin Patrice Clemans, David Joseph Connolly, Rachel Elizabeth Droze, Jessica Lindsey Earnhart, Leslie Margaret Greene, Hailey Marie Howard, Clay Colby Jones, Barbara Elizabeth King, Kathryn Ann Lankford, Breanna Nicole Mackey, Ryan Phillips McRoy, Courtney Nichole Merz, Katharine Dawn Morse, Julia Dawn Moye, Kelli Cheri Murphy, Lauren Ashley Ramold, Katie Elizabeth Ray, Erin Elizabeth Root, Emily Rose Shepherd, Mikaela Alen York

10th GRADE: Robert Aaron Adolphson, Tierra Shontella Bates, Gabrielle Alexis Blakeney, MaKayla ChristianAnne Caldwell, Megan Nicole Chapman, Erika Elaine Cline, Kayla Alease Cook, Marsha Antoinette Cooke, Kevin Alexander Desrochers, Savanna Marie Gary, Michaela Lynn Hamilton, Cameron Ann Hinson, Megan Annette Kirkland, Carrie Leigh Lynch, Ashley Caroline Martin, Laura Alyse McAvoy, Olivia Danielle Nelson, Jessica Lauren Smith, Danielle Nicole Walker

11th GRADE: Jesse Barnes, Aaron Chandler Cleverly, Taylor Christian Cornor, Elizabeth Denise Cross, Britton Durant Dailey, Kelsey May Dillon, Brittany Michelle Eleazer, Hannah Leigh Freeman, Kayla Nicole Hughes, Max Leonard Inden, Katelyn Nicole Johnson, Victoria Leigh McElveen, Kandice Elizabeth Miles, Keyonna Linae Missouri, Alexander James Nickols, Taylor Marie Phipps, Alexandra Meagan Reese, Joshua Issac Ruiz, Dylan Wayne Segraves, Sean Alexander Stewart, Nicole Marie Vanthof, Jacob Joseph Young

12th GRADE: Brittany Dawn Adam, Caitlin Renee Bennett, Kara Adrianne Blume, Breeanna Alexis Brown, Alexis Lee Church, Savannah Lynn Corder, Amanda Jean D Aloisio, Amanda Marie Dean, Celia Joyce Duggan, Amber Michelle Edwards, Kiara Rene Ellerbe, Hayley Camille Elliott, Chelsea Rose Gantt, Nastassja Benetria Gibson, Jessica Elizabeth Goff, Taylor Leigh Harris, Alexie Adryanna Evon Herbert, Meret Luise Herdick, Cody Ray Humphries,T yler Anne Kirkland, Brittany Daile Munn, Claire Elizabeth Noel, Shilec Lashea Reid, Caressa Nicole Samuel, Creighton McCall Segars, Daniel Cody Smith, Anna Joan Stevens, Andrew Seth Taylor, Adrienne Chinah Therrell, Meredith Mckenzie Toole, Lawrence Edward Wood

ST. JOHN NEUMANN

ST. JOHN NEUMANN CATHOLIC SCHOOL has announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks of the 2010-11 academic year. Students named to the Principal’s Honors list must have all A’s or A+ in all subjects. First Honors students must have no grade lower than an A- in all major subjects and S in minor subjects.

PRINCIPAL’S HONORS

FIFTH GRADE: Donya Forzam, Brennan Schmidt

SIXTH GRADE: Mary Aufuldish, Chloe Cobb, Nicholas Orr

FIRST HONORS

FIFTH GRADE: Kimberly Curlee, Ellie Pobis, Emma Robinson, Allie Stanek

SIXTH GRADE: Drew Gustafson, Katie LaPorte, Maddie Risinger, Hayden Schmidt, Abbey Winslow

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Channing Tatum Has Photo of His Burnt Penis!

Channing Tatum Has Photo of His Burnt Penis!

Tuesday February 8, 2011

Channing TatumCHANNING Tatum has a photo of his burnt penis!

The Hollywood hunk suffered the embarrassing injury while shooting new movie The Eagle in the Scottish Highlands.

A member of the crew helping to keep the actors warm with buckets of warm water, inadvertently scolded Channing.

“It was by far the craziest thing that has ever happened to me, I even have the photos to prove it,” Tatum said.

“Growing up, my mom always took pictures and documented all my scars, stitches and bruises. My Dad was like, ‘They’re badges of honor!’ But mom definitely didn’t do this one. I did this one myself.”

Channing recently revealed he gets sent underwear with his face on.

“I do get quite a bit of fan mail and most of it is just nice normal stuff,” he said. “But I have had underwear sent to me and one pair had my face on, which was rather weird.

“My mom sorts through some of it for me and it’s the best job for a mom to do – they love it!”

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Television movies for the week of Jan. 23 – Pittsburgh Post Gazette

TV Movies: Jan. 23-30

MOVIE RATINGS

= Poor
= Fair
= Good
= Excellent


G = General audiences
PG = Parental Guidance
PG-13 = Not recommended for preteens
R = Restricted audience

CC = Closed captioned for hearing impaired


ALPHABETICAL LISTING

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• Ace Ventura: Pet Detective ’94. Jim Carrey. A bungling gumshoe uncovers more than just a simple kidnapping when he searches for the Miami Dolphins’ missing mascot. (PG-13) (2:00) CMT: Sat. 10:30 P.M.

• Adam Sandler’s Eight Crazy Nights ’02. Voices of Adam Sandler. Animated. During Hanukkah, a temperamental lout drinks, gets in trouble with the law and performs community service. (PG-13) (1:20) MAX: Wed. 2:50 P.M. (CC)

• Adopt a Sailor ’08. Bebe Neuwirth. A self-centered couple adopts a sailor during Fleet Week. (NR) (1:25) SHO: Sun. 10:30 A.M., Thu. 7:30 A.M. (CC)

• Adopted ’09. Pauly Shore. Pauly Shore travels to Africa to try to adopt a child. (R) (1:30) SHO: Mon. 9 A.M., Thu. 5 P.M. (CC)

• Adventureland ’09. Jesse Eisenberg. A college grad takes a lowly job at an amusement park after his parents refuse to fund his long-anticipated trip to Europe. (R) (1:50) SHO: Sun. 5:10 P.M., Fri. 7 P.M. (CC)

• Airplane! ’80. Robert Hays. A pilot afraid to fly follows his stewardess ex-girlfriend and must take over for the poisoned crew. (PG) (2:00) AMC: Tue. 1 A.M. (CC)

• Airplane II: The Sequel ’82. Robert Hays. The first commercial space shuttle has loony Ted and his former girlfriend bound for the moon. (PG) (2:00) AMC: Tue. 3 A.M. (CC)

• Alien Sex Files 3: Sex Invaders ’09. Jenae Alt. Hot extraterrestrials satisfy primal urges. (NR) (1:30) MAX: Mon. 12:10 A.M. (CC)

• All Hat ’07. Keith Carradine. An ex-convict tries to stop a developer from buying farmland to build a golf course. (R) (1:35) TMC: Sun. 4:40 P.M., 4:25 A.M., Wed. 2:15 P.M., 4:15 A.M.

• Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel ’09. Zachary Levi. Now in the care of Dave Seville’s nephew Toby, chipmunks Alvin, Simon and Theodore enter a battle of the bands contest to save their school’s music program. (PG) (1:30) MAX: Tue. 9 A.M. (CC)

• Amelia ’09. Hilary Swank. In the summer of 1937, famed aviatrix Amelia Earhart journeys into history in her attempt to become the first woman to circumnavigate the globe. (PG) (1:55) MAX: Thu. 8:35 A.M. (CC)

• American Virgin ’09. Rob Schneider. A college student tries to recover a videotape of her scandalous behavior. (NR) (2:00) COMEDY: Mon. 11 A.M. (CC)

• Another 48 HRS. ’90. Eddie Murphy. Slick jailbird Reggie hits the street with sloppy policeman Jack, this time to nab a drug king. (R) (2:00) AMC: Thu. 4 A.M.

• Antibody ’02. Lance Henriksen. Scientists use a tiny experimental craft to navigate through a terrorist’s body to find and destroy a nuclear detonator. (R) (1:45) TMC: Thu. 9:45 A.M. (CC)

• Anything but Love ’02. Isabel Rose. A cabaret singer dreams of a glamorous lifestyle, while torn between a high-school heartthrob and a pianist. (PG-13) (1:40) ENC: Thu. 7:30 A.M. (CC)

• Armored ’09. Matt Dillon. Armored-truck guards turn against one another after their plan to rob their company goes terribly awry. (PG-13) (1:35) STZ: Mon. 8:45 A.M., 7:25 P.M. (CC)

• The Asphalt Jungle ’50. Sterling Hayden. An ex-convict masterminds a jewel heist with assorted losers destined for a dragnet. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Thu. 6 P.M. (CC)

• Assassination of a High School President ’08. Mischa Barton. A high-school reporter probes the theft of the school’s SAT exams and wrongly identifies the class president as the culprit. (R) (1:45) STZ: Thu. 1:35 P.M. (CC)

• Assault on a Queen ’66. Frank Sinatra. An adventurer and her ruthless companion talk an ex-submarine officer into joining them in raising a sunken German sub. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Mon. 6 P.M.

• Assault on Precinct 13 ’05. Ethan Hawke. A cop must arm prisoners to help fend off an attack by gunmen who want to kill a gangster locked away in the crumbling station. (R) (2:30) FX: Wed. 4:30 P.M., Thu. 10:30 A.M.

• Asylum ’08. Sarah Roemer. Six students discover that their dorm was once a hospital for lobotomizing teens. (R) (1:35) HBO: Thu. 4:25 A.M. (CC)

• Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me ’99. Mike Myers. The secret agent travels back in time to the 1960s to rescue his stolen mojo from Dr. Evil. (PG-13) (2:00) FX: Mon. 5 P.M., Tue. 10 A.M.

B

• Babe: Pig in the City ’98. Magda Szubanski. A farmer’s wife and her young porker are detained in a city rooming house with a menagerie. Live action/animatronics. (G) (1:40) HBO: Sat. 6:20 A.M. (CC)

• Baby Boy ’01. Tyrese Gibson. A misguided 20-year-old juggles various women while dealing with two children and his mother’s new boyfriend. (R) (2:30) BET: Wed. 8 P.M., 1 A.M.

• Baby Face ’33. Barbara Stanwyck. An out-of-town working girl rises in a New York bank by using her power over men. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Sun. 3:45 A.M. (CC)

• Backfire ’50. Virginia Mayo. When his friend disappears, a war veteran sets out to track him down. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Mon. 4 P.M.

• Bad Boys ’95. Martin Lawrence. Undercover Miami detectives switch lives while investigating murders linked to stolen heroin. (R) (2:00) TNT: Tue. 8 P.M. (CC)

• Bad Day at Black Rock ’55. Spencer Tracy. A stranger incurs the wrath of racists when he arrives with a medal for a fallen Japanese-American war hero’s family. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Sat. 8 P.M.

• The Ballad of the Sad Cafe ’91. Vanessa Redgrave. Based on Carson McCullers’ Depression-era tale of a love-starved woman, her vengeful ex-husband and a strange relative. (PG-13) (2:00) TCM: Mon. midnight.

• Barbershop ’02. Ice Cube. The owner of a popular barbershop considers selling the place to a loan shark who wants to convert it into a strip club. (PG-13) (2:30) SPIKE: Mon. 8 P.M., 10:30 P.M., VH1: Tue. 7 P.M., midnight.

• Beethoven 2 ’93. Charles Grodin. A St. Bernard’s evil owner tries to abduct her litter from a family who saved them from death. (PG) (1:30) MAX: Mon. 6:40 A.M. (CC)

• Being There ’79. Peter Sellers. The president and a power broker heed the utterings of a simple gardener who likes to watch TV. (PG) (2:15) TCM: Thu. 9:45 P.M.

• Below the Beltway ’10. Tate Donovan. A political operative tries to expose a decade-old sex scandal that involves a U.S. senator. (NR) (1:45) SHO: Tue. 7:30 A.M. (CC)

• The Best Man ’99. Taye Diggs. A writer heads to New York to be best man at a friend’s wedding, where he meets up with an old flame. (R) (2:05) HBO: Tue. 1 A.M. (CC)

• The Best of Everything ’59. Joan Crawford. A Manhattan career woman and her publishing-house colleagues have affairs with married men. (NR) (2:05) MAX: Thu. 6:30 A.M. (CC)

• The Betrayed ’08. Melissa George. Kidnappers force a young mother to recover money stolen by her shady husband. (NR) (1:45) HBO: Sun. 10:15 A.M., Thu. 1:45 P.M. (CC)

• Beverly Hills Cop ’84. Eddie Murphy. A hip Detroit detective drives out to Los Angeles and shows local police how to catch a killer. (R) (1:50) HBO: Sat. 4 A.M. (CC)

• Bewitched ’05. Nicole Kidman. An actual witch and a neurotic movie star land the lead roles in a television remake of the 1960s sitcom. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Sat. 11:20 A.M.

• Big Trouble ’02. Tim Allen. A mysterious suitcase brings together a single father, an unhappy housewife, hit men, street thugs and the FBI. (PG-13) (1:30) ENC: Mon. 6:30 P.M. (CC)

• Black Narcissus ’47. Deborah Kerr. Anglican nuns face a variety of pressures as they attempt to maintain a convent school and hospital in the Himalayas. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Sun. 8 P.M.

• Black Point ’01. David Caruso. After falling in love with a beautiful woman, a former policeman becomes entangled in a murderous game. (R) (1:50) TMC: Thu. 4:50 A.M. (CC)

• Blade II ’02. Wesley Snipes. Blade forms an alliance with a band of hardened enemies in order to battle powerful vampires. (R) (2:00) STZ: Mon. 12:40 A.M., Tue. 11:40 A.M., 7 P.M. (CC)

• The Blind Side ’09. Sandra Bullock. A well-to-do white family takes in a homeless black teen and helps him realize his potential on and off the football field. (PG-13) (2:15) MAX: Sun. 8:15 A.M., 7:45 P.M., Mon. 8:10 A.M., 10 P.M., Wed. 7:40 A.M., 10 P.M. (CC)

• Blood Work ’02. Clint Eastwood. A former FBI agent comes out of retirement to find the killer who murdered his heart donor. (R) (2:30) AMC: Fri. 3 P.M. (CC)

• Blue Crush ’02. Kate Bosworth. A maid falls for an NFL quarterback while preparing for an upcoming surfing competition in Hawaii. (PG-13) (1:50) STZ: Sat. 10:20 A.M., 5:40 P.M., 12:45 A.M. (CC)

• Blue Seduction ’09. Billy Zane. A sexy young woman ensnares a middle-aged musician. (NR) (1:35) TMC: Fri. 4 A.M. (CC)

• The Bone Collector ’99. Denzel Washington. A quadriplegic detective and a patrol cop try to catch a killer re-creating grisly crimes. (R) (2:30) AMC: Sun. 12:30 P.M., 1 A.M. (CC)

• Bonnie Scotland ’35. Stan Laurel. Stan and Ollie take a cattle boat to Scotland and wind up in India with the Bengal Lancers. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Wed. 5:30 P.M. (CC)

• Border Radio ’87. Chris D. Los Angeles rockers Jeff, Dean and Dave flee to Mexico and back after robbing a club owner who owes them. (R) (1:30) SHO: Sun. 5:45 A.M.

• The Bounty Hunter ’10. Jennifer Aniston. Originally hired to track down his bail-jumping ex-wife, a bounty hunter soon finds himself on the run for his life. (PG-13) (1:55) STZ: Sun. 9:05 A.M., 6:15 P.M., Thu. 1:25 A.M., Fri. 12:50 P.M., 8:07 P.M. (CC)

• The Bourne Identity ’02. Matt Damon. A woman helps an amnesiac,who has a dangerous past, to dodge assassins as he tries to learn about himself. (NR) (2:00) ENC: Tue. 7:20 A.M., 2:35 P.M., 9:35 P.M., Sat. 9:30 A.M., 8 P.M., 11 P.M. (CC)

• The Bourne Supremacy ’04. Matt Damon. A CIA chief sends a senior operative to take down Jason Bourne when it appears the rogue agent is behind the deaths of two people. (PG-13) (2:15) TNT: Sat. 10:15 P.M. (CC)

• The Bourne Ultimatum ’07. Matt Damon. Jason Bourne continues his international quest to uncover his true identity while staying one step ahead of those who want to kill him. (PG-13) (2:30) USA: Sat. 8:30 P.M. (CC)

• The Boys & Girl From County Clare ’03. Colm Meaney. A traditional music competition rekindles a rivalry between two estranged brothers from Ireland. (R) (1:35) TMC: Sun. 3:05 P.M.

• Boyz N the Hood ’91. Larry Fishburne. Three boys become men, one guided by his father, in their racially divided Los Angeles neighborhood. (R) (1:55) ENC: Tue. 3:15 A.M., Sat. 3 A.M. (CC)

• Braless in Burbank ’09. A beautiful columnist gives advice on love. (NR) (1:25) TMC: Fri. 1:05 A.M. (CC)

• The Brave One ’07. Jodie Foster. After a brutal attack leaves her badly injured and her fiance dead, a radio host stalks the streets of New York on a quest for revenge. (R) (2:30) AMC: Sun. 8 P.M., 10:30 P.M., Mon. 8 P.M., 10:30 P.M.

• Brazil ’85. Jonathan Pryce. A bureaucrat in a future megalopolis notes a fatal error over one man, named Tuttle, and another, named Buttle. (R) (2:15) MAX: Wed. 7:45 P.M. (CC)

• Bridge to Terabithia ’07. Josh Hutcherson. A boy and his new friend, the class outsider, create an imaginary world in which they rule as king and queen. (PG) (2:00) ABCFAM: Sat. 7:30 A.M.

• Broadway Limited ’41. Victor McLaglen. An actress, producer and secretary are taken for kidnappers when their PR stunt backfires on a train. (NR) (1:15) TCM: Wed. 4:15 P.M.

• Bronco Billy ’80. Clint Eastwood. A New Jersey shoe salesman plays cowboy with a runaway heiress and losers in his Wild West show. (PG) (2:00) ENC: Thu. 5:05 A.M. (CC)

• The Brothers Solomon ’07. Will Arnett. To fulfill their dying father’s wish for a grandchild, two socially inept siblings embark on a mission to find mates and start families. (R) (2:00) FX: Tue. 8 A.M.

• Brown Sugar ’02. Taye Diggs. A producer for a record company falls for his longtime friend shortly after proposing to his girlfriend. (PG-13) (1:50) MAX: Fri. 3:20 P.M. (CC)

• Br??no ’09. Sacha Baron Cohen. The gay Austrian fashionista ignites numerous outrageous situations when he brings his show to America. (R) (1:25) HBO: Fri. 1:30 A.M. (CC)

• Buffalo 66 ’98. Vincent Gallo. Seeking parental approval and revenge on the man who jailed him, a newly released convict involves a teen in his schemes. (R) (2:00) TMC: Tue. 6 P.M. (CC)

• Busty Cops and the Jewel of Denial ’09. Beautiful policewomen protect a sacred and powerful gem. (NR) (1:20) MAX: Wed. 12:10 A.M. (CC)

• Busty Cops Go Hawaiian ’09. Gorgeous policewomen find trouble in paradise. (NR) (1:20) TMC: Sun. 3:05 A.M. (CC)

C

• The Cable Guy ’96. Jim Carrey. An act of kindness brings a jilted architect the unwanted friendship of an unbalanced cable-TV installer. (PG-13) (2:15) COMEDY: Tue. 3:15 P.M., Wed. 11 A.M. (CC)

• Cadillac Man ’90. Robin Williams. An angry husband catches up to a wise-guy car salesman who cons customers and women. (R) (1:40) ENC: Wed. 6:20 P.M. (CC)

• Cairo Time ’09. Patricia Clarkson. During a vacation in Egypt, an unexpected love affair arises between a magazine editor and her husband’s former colleague. (PG) (1:30) SHO: Sun. 9 A.M., Wed. 10:15 A.M.

• Captain Fury ’39. Brian Aherne. An Irish patriot and his partner lead a prison escape and crusade for justice in 1800s Australia. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Wed. 11:30 A.M.

• The Cardinal ’63. Tom Tryon. An Irish-American clergyman experiences personal and professional turmoil as he rises through the Catholic Church. (NR) (3:00) TCM: Mon. 1 P.M.

• Catch Me if You Can ’02. Leonardo DiCaprio. An FBI agent pursues Frank Abagnale Jr., a con man who assumes various identities and commits forgery. (PG-13) (2:20) MAX: Tue. 10 P.M. (CC)

• Catch That Kid ’04. Kristen Stewart. With help from her two friends, an adventurous 12-year-old plots to rob a bank to pay for her father’s surgery. (PG) (1:45) HBO: Wed. 6:45 A.M. (CC)

• Cats & Dogs ’01. Jeff Goldblum. An eager beagle joins undercover canines on a mission to foil a feline plot to make all people allergic to dogs. (PG) (1:30) HBO: Tue. 6:30 A.M. (CC)

• Catwoman ’04. Halle Berry. A shy artist acquires feline speed, agility and keen senses following a brush with death. (PG-13) (2:00) SYFY: Fri. 6 P.M.

• Chain Lightning ’50. Humphrey Bogart. A World War II bomber pilot comes home, tests a jet and renews his romance with a Red Cross worker. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Thu. 11:30 A.M. (CC)

• Changing Lanes ’02. Ben Affleck. An attorney and a recovering alcoholic have a car accident which escalates into an ongoing feud. (R) (1:45) SHO: Tue. 11:30 A.M.

• Chaos ’05. Jason Statham. A rookie cop and grizzled veteran search for a bank robber. (R) (2:00) USA: Fri. 1 A.M., Sat. 2:31 P.M. (CC)

• Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle ’03. Cameron Diaz. Three private detectives work under cover to retrieve two rings that contain cryptic information. (PG-13) (1:55) MAX: Thu. 6:05 P.M. (CC)

• Cheech & Chong’s Nice Dreams ’81. Cheech Marin. Two hippie ice-cream vendors meet Timothy Leary and branch out into marijuana. (R) (1:30) ENC: Wed. 2:50 A.M. (CC)

• Children of the Corn ’09. Kandyse McClure. A couple encounters murderous children in a rural community. (NR) (2:00) SYFY: Sun. 2 A.M. (CC)

• Children of the Corn: Revelation ’01. Claudette Mink. A pair of FBI agents follows a serial killer into a desolate Nebraskan town. (R) (1:25) TMC: Sun. noon (CC)

• Chinatown ’74. Jack Nicholson. A 1930s gumshoe named Jake sticks his nose into a sordid mess over Los Angeles land and water. (R) (2:10) MAX: Sun. 3 A.M. (CC)

• The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe ’05. Tilda Swinton. Children join forces with the lion mystic Aslan to free the land of Narnia from the White Witch’s wintry spell. (PG) (3:30) ABCFAM: Sat. 9:30 A.M.

• The Chronicles of Riddick ’04. Vin Diesel. On the run from mercenaries, a fugitive lands on a planet endangered by an invading ruler and his bloodthirsty army. (PG-13) (2:30) AMC: Wed. 8 P.M.

• Clash of the Titans ’10. Sam Worthington. Perseus, the son of Zeus, embarks on a dangerous mission to prevent Hades from toppling the king of the gods and laying waste to Earth. (PG-13) (2:00) HBO: Mon. 12:30 P.M., 9 P.M., Wed. 4 P.M., midnight (CC)

• Clockstoppers ’02. Jesse Bradford. A teenager accidentally activates a wristwatch that allows him to make time stand still. (PG) (1:35) TMC: Tue. 8 A.M., Fri. 6:40 A.M., 6:25 P.M.

• Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs ’09. Voices of Bill Hader. Animated. When hard times hit the town of Swallow Falls, a failed inventor constructs a device that turns water into delicious food. (PG) (1:30) STZ: Sun. 3:40 A.M., Mon. 10:20 A.M., 5:50 P.M. (CC)

• Cobra ’86. Sylvester Stallone. A Los Angeles detective and his partner protect a model from a night slasher and his neo-fascist army. (R) (2:00) SPIKE: Sat. 1 A.M. (CC)

• Collateral Damage ’02. Arnold Schwarzenegger. A Los Angeles firefighter travels to Colombia to find the terrorist who killed his wife and son. (R) (1:50) MAX: Mon. noon (CC)

• College ’08. Drake Bell. Three high-school seniors spend a wild weekend with members of Fairmont University’s rowdiest fraternity. (R) (1:35) TMC: Wed. 1 A.M. (CC)

• Color Me Kubrick ’05. John Malkovich. An audacious con artist raises the art of deception to a new level by successfully posing as Stanley Kubrick, despite having no resemblance to the reclusive filmmaker. (NR) (1:30) TMC: Sun. 9 A.M., Wed. 11:15 A.M. (CC)

• Coming to America ’88. Eddie Murphy. Pampered Prince Akeem of Zamunda comes to New York with his royal sidekick to find a true-love bride. (R) (2:30) ABCFAM: Sat. 3:30 P.M.

• The Condemned ’07. Steve Austin. A death-row inmate from a Central American jail is among the prisoners taken to a remote island for a to-the-death match broadcast live over the Internet. (R) (2:29) USA: Sat. 12:02 P.M. (CC)

• The Consultants ’09. Paul Hughes. After the death of his boss, an executive hires a group of politically incorrect consultants. (NR) (1:30) SHO: Mon. 1:45 P.M.

• Coogan’s Bluff ’68. Clint Eastwood. An Arizona lawman comes to Manhattan and shows a detective how to extradite a murderer. (R) (2:15) AMC: Fri. 12:45 P.M. (CC)

• Cop Out ’10. Bruce Willis. Two veteran NYPD detectives confront a gangster who is obsessed with sports memorabilia in order to retrieve an invaluable baseball card. (R) (1:50) MAX: Tue. noon, 8 P.M. (CC)

• The Corruptor ’99. Chow Yun-Fat. Cops in New York’s Chinatown are caught in a gang war. (R) (2:30) FX: Wed. 10:30 A.M., Thu. 8 A.M.

• Crank ’06. Jason Statham. A hit man awakes to the news that he has been poisoned and will die in an hour unless he keeps adrenaline coursing through his body. (R) (1:56) USA: Sat. 6:34 P.M., 11 P.M. (CC)

• Crashing Las Vegas ’56. Leo Gorcey. An electric shock gives one of the Bowery Boys the ability to predict winning numbers. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Sat. 10:30 A.M.

• The Crazies ’10. Timothy Olyphant. A lawman and his wife and two companions fight to make it out of town alive after an unknown toxin turns ordinary citizens into bloodthirsty lunatics. (R) (1:45) STZ: Fri. 11 P.M., Sat. 3:50 P.M. (CC)

• Croc ’07. Peter Tuinstra. A hunter searches for a large crocodile that preys on tourists at a resort. (NR) (2:00) SYFY: Sat. 3 A.M. (CC)

• Crocodile Dundee ’86. Paul Hogan. A rich reporter tours outback Australia with a crocodile hunter, then brings him to Manhattan. (PG-13) (2:00) AMC: Thu. 9 A.M. (CC)

• Crocodile Dundee II ’88. Paul Hogan. Colombian drug dealers pursue the outback he-man and his Manhattan girlfriend in Australia. (PG) (2:26) AMC: Wed. 3:04 A.M. (CC)

• Crush ’09. Christopher Egan. A young seductress becomes dangerously obsessed with the college student she most recently bedded. (R) (1:20) TMC: Tue. 1:10 P.M., 4:30 A.M., Sat. 8:50 A.M., 4:30 P.M. (CC)

• Cutthroat Island ’95. Geena Davis. A map written in Latin leads a slain pirate’s daughter and her partner to gold and into battle with a murderous uncle. (PG-13) (2:15) SHO: Tue. 9:15 A.M.

D

• D3: The Mighty Ducks ’96. Emilio Estevez. Teenage hockey players get a prep-school scholarship, with a new team name and a new coach. (PG) (1:45) ENC: Fri. 5:15 P.M. (CC)

• Dangerous Game ’93. Harvey Keitel. An experimental filmmaker uses two married actors to play out their private lives on screen. (R) (1:50) ENC: Mon. 4 A.M. (CC)

• Dark City ’98. Rufus Sewell. A demented genius, a sympathetic detective and a group of ominous beings are drawn to an amnesiac accused of murder. (R) (2:00) FX: Mon. 8 A.M.

• The Dark Knight ’08. Christian Bale. Batman has to keep a balance between heroism and vigilantism to fight a vile criminal known as the Joker, who would plunge Gotham City into anarchy. (PG-13) (3:15) TNT: Sun. 8 P.M., Fri. 8 P.M. (CC)

• Dark Waters ’04. Lorenzo Lamas. The creator of bioengineered sharks must destroy the escaped animals before they begin a feeding frenzy off the Florida coast. (R) (1:35) TMC: Thu. 1:25 P.M. (CC)

• Darkman ’90. Liam Neeson. An acid-scarred scientist uses 99-minute masks to be with his girlfriend and trap gangsters. (R) (1:40) HBO: Mon. 2:30 A.M. (CC)

• Darkman III: Die Darkman Die ’96. Jeff Fahey. A drug kingpin entraps faceless crime-fighter Darkman for experiments by a surgeon mistress. (R) (1:30) HBO: Wed. 2:20 A.M. (CC)

• The Day the Earth Stood Still ’08. Keanu Reeves. A woman and her stepson learn the chilling meaning behind the proclamation of an alien visitor that he is a “friend to the Earth.” (PG-13) (1:45) HBO: Tue. 8 A.M., 6 P.M., Fri. 7 P.M. (CC)

• Daylight ’96. Sylvester Stallone. An ex-EMS chief leads the rescue of New Yorkers trapped by an explosion in the Holland Tunnel. (PG-13) (1:55) MAX: Sun. 6:20 A.M. (CC)

• Days of Thunder ’90. Tom Cruise. An upstart stock-car driver goes to the edge for his manager, his brain-surgeon girlfriend and himself. (PG-13) (2:30) SPIKE: Fri. midnight (CC)

• Dead Men Walking ’05. Griff Furst. Inmates and guards try to survive while zombies run amok inside a maximum-security prison. (R) (2:00) SYFY: Tue. 3 A.M.

• Dead Space: Downfall ’08. Voices of Nika Futterman. Animated. An ancient relic unleashes a horde of bloodthirsty aliens aboard a manned spaceship. (NR) (2:00) SYFY: Tue. 11 P.M.

• Dear John ’10. Channing Tatum. Unexpected consequences await a soldier and his lover, who correspond through the mail over a period of seven tumultuous years. (PG-13) (1:50) STZ: Tue. 8:20 A.M., 9 P.M., 5:50 A.M. (CC)

• Death at a Funeral ’10. Keith David. Sibling rivalry, family secrets and a mysterious stranger threaten to blow the lid off the coffin when a man tries to give his late father a proper memorial. (R) (1:40) STZ: Wed. 7:45 A.M., 3 P.M., 11 P.M. (CC)

• The Deep End ’01. Tilda Swinton. A middle-class woman shields her homosexual son from a blackmailer. (R) (1:45) MAX: Fri. 7:50 A.M. (CC)

• Deliverance ’72. Jon Voight. Four Atlanta businessmen encounter unexpected terrors during a rafting trip down a raging backwoods river. (R) (2:30) CMT: Sun. 9 P.M.

• The Devil Wears Nada ’10. Christine Nguyen. Sexy mischief threatens a magazine worker’s new job. (NR) (1:20) MAX: Tue. 12:50 A.M. (CC)

• Did You Hear About the Morgans? ’09. Hugh Grant. A husband and wife get a chance to repair their crumbling marriage when, after they witness a murder, federal agents hide them in a tiny Wyoming town. (PG-13) (1:45) STZ: Sun. 11 A.M., Thu. 11:45 A.M., 7:05 P.M., Fri. 7:15 A.M. (CC)

• Dinocroc ’04. Costas Mandylor. Several townspeople step forward to save their community from the jaws of a prehistoric reptile. (R) (2:00) SYFY: Sat. 9 A.M. (CC)

• Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights ’04. Diego Luna. Love blossoms between a young Cuban and an American teenager as they prepare for a New Year’s Eve dance contest. (PG-13) (2:00) WGN-A: Sun. 3 P.M. (CC)

• The Dirty Dozen ’67. Lee Marvin. A U.S. Army major selects and trains 12 hard-core criminals for a daring raid on an impregnable Nazi chateau. (NR) (2:45) TCM: Sat. 9:30 P.M. (CC)

• Disappearances ’06. Kris Kristofferson. Desperate for money, a cattle farmer and his teenage son try to smuggle Canadian whiskey across the border. (PG-13) (1:45) SHO: Mon. 3:15 P.M., Fri. 9:45 A.M. (CC)

• D.O.A. ’49. Edmond O’Brien. A dying accountant has a few days left to find out who spiked his drink with poison and why. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Thu. 10 A.M.

• The Doctor and the Girl ’50. Glenn Ford. The doctor son of a New York doctor marries a shopgirl, and the son’s sister gets pregnant. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Thu. 1:15 P.M.

• Dr. Dolittle 2 ’01. Eddie Murphy. To save an endangered species, a veterinarian who can talk to animals must reintroduce a performing bear to the wild. (PG) (2:00) FX: Fri. noon, Sat. 7 A.M.

• Dr. Kildare Goes Home ’40. Lew Ayres. Young Kildare woos nurse Lamont, assists Dr. Gillespie and solves a medical crisis in his hometown. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Sat. 6 A.M. (CC)

• Dr. Strangelove Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb ’64. Peter Sellers. President Muffley and his advisers man the Pentagon war room, as planes with bombs head toward Moscow. (PG) (1:45) TCM: Thu. midnight (CC)

• Domino ’05. Keira Knightley. Domino Harvey turns her back on wealth and privilege for the excitement of life as a bounty hunter. (R) (2:15) MAX: Mon. 3:30 P.M. (CC)

• Dondi ’61. David Janssen. A young stowaway on a ship of GIs returning home gains notoriety when an act of Congress grants him citizenship. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Mon. 7:45 A.M.

• Donnie Darko ’01. Jake Gyllenhaal. An unusual teenager follows the instructions of the 6-foot-tall rabbit which saved his life. (R) (1:55) ENC: Wed. 2:45 P.M. (CC)

• Double Duty ’09. Mimi Lesseos. A tough woman discovers her feminine side when she leaves the Marines and adjusts to civilian life. (NR) (1:30) SHO: Mon. 10:30 A.M., Fri. 11:30 A.M.

• Down in the Delta ’98. Alfre Woodard. A drug user moves her children from Chicago to Mississippi to stay with their uncle and his family. (PG-13) (2:00) BET: Sun. 8 P.M. (CC)

• Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who! ’08. Jim Carrey. Animated. Horton the elephant’s friends and neighbors think he has gone crazy when he claims that a tiny community lives on a speck of dust. (G) (2:00) FX: Fri. 8 P.M., Sat. 9 A.M.

• Dragon Fighter ’02. Dean Cain. A genetically engineered dragon escapes from an underground laboratory and threatens to set the world ablaze. (R) (1:35) TMC: Thu. 3 P.M. (CC)

• Dragonball: Evolution ’09. Justin Chatwin. A young warrior must protect Earth from the vengeful Lord Piccolo by preventing seven mystical orbs from falling into Piccolo’s hands. (PG) (1:30) HBO: Thu. 3:30 P.M. (CC)

• The Duke ’99. John Neville. A miserly Briton opposes his philanthropic uncle, an American cousin and the uncle’s loyal dog. (G) (1:30) STZ: Tue. 10:10 A.M. (CC)

• The Dukes of Hazzard ??? Hazzard in Hollywood ’00. John Schneider. The Dukes and their friends head for Hollywood hoping to raise quick cash for a much-needed hospital back home. (2:00) CMT: Sat. 5 P.M., 12:30 A.M.

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• Eddie Murphy Raw ’87. Eddie Murphy. The comedian does a Bill Cosby impression and discusses life, women and sex in a stand-up show in New York. (R) (2:00) COMEDY: Fri. 1 A.M. (CC)

• Edge of Darkness ’10. Mel Gibson. After his daughter is shot on his doorstep, a Boston detective learns about her secret life and a far-reaching coverup linked to her death. (R) (2:00) HBO: Thu. 9 P.M. (CC)

• 8 Heads in a Duffel Bag ’97. Joe Pesci. A mob messenger’s luggage containing grisly contents is mistakenly switched with a med student’s bag at an airport. (R) (1:35) MAX: Fri. 5:10 P.M. (CC)

• 8 Seconds ’94. Luke Perry. An ex-bull rider trains his son, who becomes the world rodeo champion in 1987 Oklahoma. (PG-13) (1:45) HBO: Tue. 2:15 P.M. (CC)

• El Dorado ’67. John Wayne. An old gunfighter, a drifter and a deputy sober up a sheriff to track down killers. (NR) (3:00) AMC: Fri. 8 P.M., Sat. 5 P.M.

• Eloise at the Plaza ’03. Julie Andrews. A 6-year-old girl causes problems for her British guardian, a prince and a hotel manager. (1:40) DIS: Tue. 8 P.M. (CC)

• Enchanted ’07. Amy Adams. Live action/animated. Banished by an evil queen, a princess from a fairy-tale world lands in modern Manhattan, where music, magic and “happily ever after” are sorely lacking. (PG) (2:30) ABCFAM: Sun. 3:30 P.M.

• End of Days ’99. Arnold Schwarzenegger. An ex-cop must protect a woman chosen by Satan to be the mother of the Antichrist. (R) (2:45) AMC: Wed. 9:15 A.M. (CC)

• The Enemy ’00. Luke Perry. After a German chemist, a defector, disappears, his son and a CIA agent fight a rogue British agent for custody of a biotoxin. (R) (1:40) MAX: Fri. 2:30 A.M. (CC)

• Enter the Dragon ’73. Bruce Lee. A secret agent comes to an opium lord’s island fortress with other fighters for a martial-arts tournament. (R) (2:30) AMC: Wed. 3 P.M. (CC)

• Eragon ’06. Ed Speleers. The discovery of a dragon’s egg puts a poor farm boy on the path to his destiny to be a Dragon Rider and defeat an evil king. (NR) (2:00) SYFY: Sun. 2 P.M., Mon. 10 A.M.

• Eraser ’96. Arnold Schwarzenegger. A Witness Protection Program agent hides a woman who knows about defense-field traitors planning to sell a superweapon. (R) (2:30) AMC: Tue. 8 P.M., 10:30 P.M. (CC)

• The Escapist ’08. Brian Cox. After learning that his daughter nearly died of a drug overdose, a longtime convict tries to break out of prison. (NR) (1:55) TMC: Tue. 4:05 P.M.

• Everybody’s Fine ’09. Robert De Niro. A widower sets out on a road trip to reconnect with each of his adult children, then he finds that their lives are far from perfect. (PG-13) (1:45) TMC: Mon. 6 A.M., 4:35 P.M. (CC)

• Executive Decision ’96. Kurt Russell. A commando squad must conduct a midair assault upon a hijacked plane loaded with terrorists and a deadly nerve gas. (R) (3:00) AMC: Tue. noon (CC)

• Exit Wounds ’01. Steven Seagal. A tough Detroit policeman lands in a new precinct and discovers a rogue group of cops who run a drug ring. (R) (2:00) AMC: Sun. 6 P.M.

• Extraordinary Measures ’10. Brendan Fraser. After his two youngest children contract a fatal disease, a man joins forces with an unconventional scientist in the hope of finding a cure. (PG) (1:55) SHO: Tue. 3 P.M. (CC)

• Extreme Movie ’08. Michael Cera. Stories about teens and sex involve a geek and the girl of his dreams, a chat room and a kinky relationship. (R) (1:30) SHO: Sat. 1:30 A.M.

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• Falling Down ’93. Michael Douglas. An unemployed defense worker goes on an armed rampage on a Los Angeles police detective’s last day of work. (R) (1:55) ENC: Wed. 12:50 P.M. (CC)

• Fanboys ’08. Sam Huntington. “Star Wars” fanatics take a cross-country trip to George Lucas’ Skywalker Ranch so their dying friend will be able to see a screening of “Star Wars: Episode I ??? The Phantom Menace” before its release. (PG-13) (1:30) SHO: Thu. 9 A.M. (CC)

• The Fast and the Furious ’01. Vin Diesel. An undercover police officer investigates a gang leader suspected of stealing electronic equipment. (PG-13) (1:55) STZ: Wed. 1:40 A.M., Thu. 8:20 A.M., 5:10 P.M. (CC)

• Ferris Bueller’s Day Off ’86. Matthew Broderick. A cool teen plays hooky in Chicago with his girlfriend, his buddy and the classic Ferrari of his buddy’s father. (PG-13) (2:30) A&E: Sun. 10:30 A.M. (CC)

• Fight Club ’99. Brad Pitt. Two young professionals create an underground club where men can compete in hand-to-hand combat. (R) (3:00) VH1: Sat. 8 P.M., 1 A.M.

• Fight Night ’08. Rebecca Neuenswander. A corrupt boxing promoter engages in fight fixing with his prizefighter. (R) (1:45) TMC: Sun. 6:15 P.M., Wed. 4 P.M., Sat. 11:45 A.M.

• Final Sale ’11. Laura Harris. After undergoing an illegal organ transplant, a woman fights to stop the ring of criminals behind it. (NR) (2:00) LIFE: Mon. 9 P.M. (CC)

• Finishing the Game ’07. Roger Fan. Numerous actors audition for the chance to be Bruce Lee’s stand-in after the martial artist dies during the filming of “Game of Death.” (NR) (1:30) SHO: Mon. 4:15 A.M. (CC)

• First Blood ’82. Sylvester Stallone. Green Beret veteran Rambo takes on a Pacific Northwest sheriff and the National Guard. (R) (2:00) SPIKE: Sat. 5 P.M., 11 P.M.

• The First Wives Club ’96. Goldie Hawn. Three 50-ish college friends plot revenge after their husbands dump them for younger women. (PG) (2:00) WE: Fri. 3 P.M. (CC)

• Firstborn ’84. Teri Garr. A teen protects his divorced mother from her boyfriend, a drug dealer in a black four-wheeler. (PG-13) (1:45) SHO: Sun. 6:15 A.M. (CC)

• The Five Heartbeats ’91. Robert Townsend. A wealth of songs propels this story about five black singers pursuing their dreams of stardom in the turbulent ’60s. (R) (2:30) BET: Sat. 8 P.M.

• Five Minutes of Heaven ’09. Liam Neeson. With peace declared in Northern Ireland, a man secretly plans to avenge his brother’s long-ago murder at the hands of a UVF gunman. (R) (1:30) SHO: Thu. 10:30 A.M. (CC)

• Flashdance ’83. Jennifer Beals. A Pittsburgh welder dances nights in a bar, dates her boss and dreams of going to ballet school. (R) (1:40) MAX: Mon. 1:50 P.M. (CC)

• Flawless ’07. Michael Caine. A janitor convinces a frustrated executive to help him steal gems from their employer, the London Diamond Corp. (PG-13) (2:00) TMC: Thu. 6 A.M., 8 P.M. (CC)

• Fool’s Gold ’08. Matthew McConaughey. A treasure hunter drags his estranged wife and her boss on a quest to find 40 chests of lost Spanish gold. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Sun. 3:30 P.M. (CC)

• Forgetting Sarah Marshall ’08. Jason Segel. In Hawaii struggling to get over a bad breakup, a musician encounters his former lover and her new boyfriend. (R) (3:00) FX: Mon. 8 P.M., 11 P.M.

• 40 Days and 40 Nights ’02. Josh Hartnett. A young man meets the girl of his dreams after vowing to avoid any physical contact with women during Lent. (R) (1:40) ENC: Tue. 11:35 P.M. (CC)

• Frame of Mind ’09. Carl T. Evans. A New Jersey professor helps a detective who claims to have new evidence about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. (NR) (1:30) TMC: Wed. 12:45 P.M., Sat. 3 P.M. (CC)

• Frankenstein Reborn ’05. Rhett Giles. An obsessive surgeon murders his patients and reanimates the dead. (R) (2:00) SYFY: Wed. 3 A.M.

• Frat Party ’09. Randy Wayne. On the eve of his wedding, a young man throws one last bash, which spirals out of control. (R) (1:30) SHO: Mon. 1 A.M. (CC)

• Freaky Friday ’03. Jamie Lee Curtis. Two fortune cookies cause an engaged psychotherapist and her teenage daughter to magically exchange bodies. (PG) (2:00) ABCFAM: Sun. 8 A.M.

• Freedomland ’06. Samuel L. Jackson. A detective investigates a carjacking that resulted in the abduction of the young son of a troubled woman. (R) (2:30) FX: Thu. 1 P.M.

• Friends With Money ’06. Jennifer Aniston. The lives of four best friends intertwine around their relationships with one another, their significant others and their wallets. (R) (2:00) LIFE: Sat. 7 P.M. (CC)

• Funny People ’09. Adam Sandler. A gravely ill comic takes a struggling performer under his wing, then gets a chance to re-evaluate his life when his disease goes into remission. (R) (2:25) MAX: Tue. 1:50 P.M., Sat. 2:20 A.M. (CC)

• Funny Valentines ’99. Alfre Woodard. The bond between cousins, friends since childhood, deepens as they come to terms with a painful past. (2:30) BET: Sun. 5:30 P.M. (CC)

• Funny Valentines ’99. Alfre Woodard. The bond between cousins, friends since childhood, deepens as they come to terms with a painful past. (2:30) BET: Mon. 1 P.M.

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• G-Force ’09. Bill Nighy. Live action/animated. Armed with the latest high-tech spy equipment, a guinea pig and his team of highly trained rodents hold the fate of the world in their diminutive paws. (PG) (1:35) STZ: Fri. 2:45 P.M., Sat. 8:45 A.M. (CC)

• The Game ’97. Michael Douglas. A control freak’s disreputable brother introduces him to a mysterious game that invades his ordered existence. (R) (2:10) SHO: Sun. 3 P.M., Fri. 3:50 P.M. (CC)

• The Game Plan ’07. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. A star football player tries to juggle his carefree lifestyle, his team’s bid for the championship and the needs of his newly discovered young daughter. (PG) (2:30) ABCFAM: Sat. 8 P.M.

• Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties ’06. Voices of Bill Murray. Garfield follows Jon to England and gets the royal treatment after he is mistaken for the heir to a grand castle. But the feline will need all nine lives to foil the plans of evil Lord Dargis, who wants to turn the castle into a resort. (PG) (2:00) FX: Fri. 10 A.M.

• Garfield’s Fun Fest ’08. Voices of Frank Welker. Animated. The fat cat faces a serious threat at an annual competition for funniest comic strip. (NR) (2:00) TOON: Sun. 6 P.M.

• General Spanky ’36. Spanky McFarland. An orphan bootblack and the “Our Gang” kids help a planter in the Civil War. (NR) (1:15) TCM: Tue. 9:15 P.M.

• Get a Clue ’02. Lindsay Lohan. A 13-year-old student enlists her friends to rescue her English teacher. (1:30) DIS: Sun. 2:30 A.M. (CC)

• Get Shorty ’95. John Travolta. A film-loving loan shark teams with a B-movie producer to become a Hollywood mogul. (R) (1:45) ENC: Sat. 4:35 P.M. (CC)

• Get Smart ’08. Steve Carell. A newly promoted field agent, partnered with veteran Agent 99, blends inexperience, enthusiasm and ineptitude as he battles against KAOS. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Fri. 8 P.M. (CC)

• Get Smart ’08. Steve Carell. A newly promoted field agent, partnered with veteran Agent 99, blends inexperience, enthusiasm and ineptitude as he battles against KAOS. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Sat. 8 P.M.

• Getting Even With Dad ’94. Macaulay Culkin. An 11-year-old moves in with his ex-convict father in the confusion of a major heist. (PG) (1:55) ENC: Fri. 7:05 A.M. (CC)

• Ghost Rider ’07. Nicolas Cage. A motorcycle stuntman, who sold his soul to save a loved one, becomes a fiery agent for justice at night in the presence of evil. (PG-13) (2:30) FX: Sat. 3:30 P.M.

• Ghost Ship ’02. Julianna Margulies. Members of a salvage crew and a pilot board a haunted vessel found floating in the Bering Sea. (R) (2:00) SYFY: Thu. 7 P.M.

• Ghost World ’01. Thora Birch. The lives of best friends diverge after high-school graduation and their encounter with a pathetic loner. (R) (2:00) WGN-A: Sun. 11 A.M. (CC)

• Ghostbusters ’84. Bill Murray. Parapsychologists with nuclear guns go into business ridding New York of poltergeists. (PG) (2:30) COMEDY: Sun. 4:30 P.M. (CC)

• Ghostbusters ’84. Bill Murray. Parapsychologists with nuclear guns go into business ridding New York of poltergeists. (PG) (2:30) VH1: Fri. 8 P.M., Sat. 5:30 P.M.

• Ghosts of Girlfriends Past ’09. Matthew McConaughey. Spirits of jilted lovers take a photographer on an odyssey through his many failed relationships to find out what made him such a cad, and if there is any hope for true love. (PG-13) (1:45) HBO: Sun. 8:30 A.M., Fri. 5:15 P.M. (CC)

• The Girlfriend Experience ’08. Sasha Grey. A high-priced call girl works on solidifying her economic future while her live-in lover seeks success as a personal trainer. (R) (1:30) TMC: Thu. 10 P.M. (CC)

• Girls on Probation ’38. Jane Bryan. A lawyer falls for a shopgirl whose co-worker gets her into trouble with the law. (NR) (1:15) TCM: Tue. 7:30 A.M.

• Go Figure ’05. Jordan Hinson. A teenage figure skater must join the girls’ hockey team to obtain a scholarship at the school of a renowned coach. (1:30) DIS: Fri. 2:30 A.M. (CC)

• Going to the Mat ’04. Andrew Lawrence. A blind teenager becomes a high-school wrestler. (1:30) DIS: Sat. 2:30 A.M. (CC)

• A Good Day to Be Black & Sexy ’08. Kathryn Taylor. A peek at black love and sexuality from between the sheets. (R) (1:35) SHO: Wed. 4 A.M. (CC)

• Good Dick ’08. Marianna Palka. A creep vies for the attention of a woman who berates him. (R) (1:30) TMC: Sat. 1:30 P.M. (CC)

• Good Time Max ’07. James Franco. Two genius brothers lead different lives: one as a doctor, the other as a drug addict. (NR) (1:25) SHO: Tue. 7 P.M., 5 A.M., Sat. 3 A.M.

• Good Will Hunting ’97. Matt Damon. A therapist, a mathematician and working-class roughs vie for the soul of a janitor with a genius IQ. (R) (2:10) STZ: Tue. 3:10 P.M. (CC)

• Gorillas in the Mist ’88. Sigourney Weaver. Anthropologist Dian Fossey defends the mountain gorilla from poachers in Rwanda, Africa. (PG-13) (2:15) ENC: Wed. 7 A.M. (CC)

• Gran Torino ’08. Clint Eastwood. An unlikely friendship forms between a bigoted war veteran and an Asian boy who tried to steal the man’s treasured automobile. (R) (1:55) MAX: Fri. 9:35 A.M. (CC)

• Grand Theft Parsons ’03. Johnny Knoxville. Roadie Phil Kaufman embarks on a quest to cremate the stolen remains of his longtime friend, musician Gram Parsons. (PG-13) (1:30) TMC: Fri. 11:35 P.M.

• Green Zone ’10. Matt Damon. An Army officer and his team of inspectors stumble upon an elaborate coverup as they hunt for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. (R) (2:00) HBO: Sun. 7 P.M., Tue. 8 P.M., 4:05 A.M. (CC)

• Grizzly ’76. Christopher George. National park employees hunt for an 18-foot bear that’s been preying on campers. (PG) (1:45) TCM: Fri. 2 A.M.

• Group Sex ’09. Josh Cooke. A man finds his life becoming unexpectedly complicated when he joins a recovery group for sex addicts in a bid to win the gal of his dreams. (R) (1:35) SHO: Sun. 2:30 A.M., Wed. 2:15 A.M. (CC)

• Grumpy Old Men ’93. Jack Lemmon. Minnesota neighbors rekindle a 10-year feud when they fall for the same widow. (PG-13) (2:00) CMT: Tue. 3 P.M., 9:30 P.M., Sat. 7 P.M.

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• Halloween II ’09. Malcolm McDowell. Evil comes home to roost, as unstoppable killer Michael Myers returns to Haddonfield to restore his family, together with his ghostly matriarch. (R) (2:00) TMC: Sat. 9 P.M., 1 A.M. (CC)

• Hancock ’08. Will Smith. A scruffy superhero protects the citizens of Los Angeles but leaves horrendous collateral damage in the wake of every well-intentioned feat. (PG-13) (2:00) FX: Sun. 9 P.M., Wed. 10:30 P.M., Thu. 6 P.M.

• Hannah and Her Sisters ’86. Woody Allen. Hannah’s husband has an affair with one sister, and her ex-husband marries the other. (PG-13) (2:00) TCM: Sun. 2:30 P.M. (CC)

• Hannah Montana: The Movie ’09. Miley Cyrus. Miley’s father takes her home for a reality check when the teen’s soaring popularity threatens to take over her life. (G) (1:50) DIS: Mon. 8 P.M.

• The Happy Years ’50. Dean Stockwell. Little John Humperdink Stover gets into circa-1900 mischief at Lawrenceville prep school. (G) (2:00) TCM: Thu. 8 A.M. (CC)

• Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle ’04. John Cho. After smoking marijuana, two roommates scour New Jersey to satisfy their hunger for hamburgers. (R) (2:30) COMEDY: Mon. 2:30 A.M. (CC)

• Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle ’04. John Cho. After smoking marijuana, two roommates scour New Jersey to satisfy their hunger for hamburgers. (NR) (2:00) COMEDY: Mon. 7 P.M. (CC)

• Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince ’09. Daniel Radcliffe. Dumbledore tries to prepare Harry for the final battle with Voldemort, while Death Eaters wreak havoc in both Muggle and Wizard worlds, and tragedy looms on the horizon,. (PG) (2:35) MAX: Thu. 3:45 A.M. (CC)

• The Haunting of Molly Hartley ’08. Haley Bennett. On the eve of her 18th birthday, a traumatized student learns the truth about her devilish destiny. (PG-13) (1:30) ENC: Mon. 7:40 A.M. (CC)

• The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter ’68. Alan Arkin. A deaf-mute man helps several other lonely people in a Southern town. (G) (2:15) TCM: Mon. 8 P.M.

• Hellboy II: The Golden Army ’08. Ron Perlman. Hellboy and his team face an underworld prince who plans to awaken a lethal army and use it to reclaim Earth for his magical kindred. (PG-13) (2:30) FX: Sat. 1 P.M.

• He’s Just Not That Into You ’09. Ben Affleck. Friends and lovers try to navigate their way through the complexities of modern relationships, sometimes misconstruing the true intentions of the opposite sex. (PG-13) (2:15) MAX: Mon. 7:45 P.M. (CC)

• High Plains Drifter ’73. Clint Eastwood. A mysterious stranger forces cowardly citizens of Lago to prepare a garish welcome for three escaped convicts. (R) (2:30) AMC: Fri. 5:30 P.M., Sat. 11:30 A.M.

• Higher Learning ’95. Omar Epps. Racial tensions between blacks and white supremacists divide freshmen college students. (R) (2:10) ENC: Mon. 12:05 A.M., Fri. 12:50 P.M. (CC)

• Highlander: The Source ’07. Adrian Paul. Duncan MacLeod and a group of companions embark on a quest to discover the origin of their immortality. (R) (2:00) SYFY: Sun. midnight.

• Hijacking Hollywood ’97. Henry Thomas. A recent film-school graduate encounters low wages, tyranny and blackmail in an entry-level job in movies. (NR) (1:30) TMC: Sun. 10:30 A.M., Sat. 10:15 A.M. (CC)

• His Majesty O’Keefe ’53. Burt Lancaster. A sea captain marries an islander and becomes a South Pacific king of dried coconut meat. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Mon. 11:15 A.M.

• Hollywood Sex Fantasy ’01. Robert Allen. A struggling actor gets a chance to live the life he’s always dreamed of when he takes a leading man’s place. (R) (1:30) TMC: Thu. 1:30 A.M. (CC)

• Home Alone ’90. Macaulay Culkin. Accidentally left by his Paris-bound family, an 8-year-old makes mincemeat of two burglars in the house. (PG) (1:45) MAX: Sat. 7:45 A.M. (CC)

• Home of the Giants ’07. Haley Joel Osment. A drug dealer asks a high-school basketball player to throw the big game. (PG-13) (1:45) SHO: Wed. 11:45 A.M. (CC)

• Honey ’03. Jessica Alba. A dancer/choreographer organizes a benefit to raise money for a new studio for inner-city youth. (PG-13) (2:00) BET: Mon. 9 P.M., 1 A.M.

• The Honey Pot ’67. Rex Harrison. Aided by an actor, Mr. Fox of Venice summons three ex-mistresses and pretends to be rich and dying. (NR) (2:15) TCM: Tue. 5:45 P.M.

• Hope Floats ’98. Sandra Bullock. After learning about her husband’s infidelity, a woman returns to her hometown and finds romance with a handyman. (PG-13) (2:00) WE: Fri. 1 P.M., Sat. 11 A.M. (CC)

• Hopscotch ’80. Walter Matthau. An agent dodges the KGB and the CIA to print his memoirs. (R) (1:45) TCM: Fri. 12:15 A.M.

• The Hot Chick ’02. Rob Schneider. An ancient curse causes a mean-spirited teenage girl and an incompetent male thief to switch bodies. (PG-13) (1:50) ENC: Sun. 8:40 A.M., 4:15 A.M. (CC)

• Hotel for Dogs ’09. Emma Roberts. After moving into a foster home that forbids pets, siblings transform an abandoned hotel into a home for their pooch and a slew of stray dogs. (PG) (1:45) HBO: Mon. 7:30 A.M. (CC)

• House on Haunted Hill ’99. Geoffrey Rush. A theme-park mogul invites five guests to an abandoned asylum and offers $1 million to anyone who stays there all night. (R) (1:35) ENC: Tue. 11 A.M. (CC)

• The Housekeeper’s Daughter ’39. Joan Bennett. Tired of a life of crime, a gangster’s girlfriend helps an aspiring reporter crack a murder case. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Wed. 1:15 P.M.

• Hurricane Season ’09. Forest Whitaker. One year after Hurricane Katrina, coach Al Collins gathers displaced students and turns them into a championship basketball team. (PG-13) (1:45) SHO: Tue. 1:15 P.M.

• The Hurt Locker ’08. Jeremy Renner. Members of a bomb-disposal unit in Baghdad face increasingly perilous situations as their tour-of-duty winds down. (R) (2:15) SHO: Wed. midnight, Sat. 4:50 P.M. (CC)

• Hustle & Flow ’05. Terrence Howard. A pimp in Memphis, Tenn., sees rap music as the way to escape his dead-end existence and achieve something meaningful. (R) (2:30) MTV: Fri. 10 P.M., Sat. 7 P.M.

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• I Could Never Be Your Woman ’07. Michelle Pfeiffer. A professional woman falls for a younger man, while her daughter falls in love for the first time. (PG-13) (1:45) HBO: Thu. noon (CC)

• I Do & I Don’t ’07. Jane Lynch. A young couple must endure premarital counseling with a horrible married couple. (R) (1:30) SHO: Thu. 1 P.M. (CC)

• I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell ’09. Matt Czuchry. A selfish cad jeopardizes his relationship with two close friends after throwing one of them a particularly decadent bachelor party. (R) (2:00) SHO: Fri. 3:30 A.M.

• I Married a Witch ’42. Fredric March. A politician’s campaign for governor is complicated by a seductive witch with romance and revenge on her mind. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Sun. 10 A.M.

• I Shot Jesse James ’49. Preston Foster. Bob Ford shoots Jesse James in the back, over a woman, and a prospector shoots Bob Ford. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Sat. 4 P.M.

• I Spy ’02. Eddie Murphy. A special agent and a boxing champion travel to Budapest, Hungary, to locate an arms dealer and a stealth bomber. (PG-13) (1:45) HBO: Mon. 4:15 P.M., Fri. 12:30 P.M. (CC)

• I Thank a Fool ’62. Susan Hayward. A doctor convicted of mercy killing is later hired by the prosecutor to nurse his unstable wife. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Tue. 10:30 A.M.

• Identity ’03. John Cusack. A killer terrorizes people stranded at a remote Nevada hotel during a torrential rainstorm. (R) (2:00) SYFY: Thu. 9 P.M.

• In the Mouth of Madness ’95. Sam Neill. An insurance investigator is driven insane by the horror novels of someone called Sutter Cane. (R) (1:40) ENC: Thu. 2:50 A.M. (CC)

• In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale ’07. Jason Statham. As war looms in an idyllic kingdom, a man sets out to rescue his kidnapped wife and avenge their murdered son. (NR) (2:30) SYFY: Sun. 11:30 A.M.

• The Incredible Hulk ’08. Edward Norton. As Bruce Banner seeks to rid himself of The Hulk forever, a powerful enemy known as The Abomination arises to wreak havoc on the human race. (PG-13) (2:30) FX: Tue. 7:30 P.M., Wed. 8 P.M.

• The Incredibles ’04. Voices of Craig T. Nelson. Animated. Now fighting boredom in suburbia, a former superhero and his family get a chance to save the world. (PG) (2:00) DIS: Thu. 8 P.M. (CC)

• Independence Day ’96. Will Smith. A fighter pilot, a computer whiz and others fight back after 15-mile-wide alien ships zap Earth’s major cities. (PG-13) (2:30) MAX: Fri. 10 P.M. (CC)

• Inglourious Basterds ’09. Brad Pitt. An Allied officer and his team of Jewish-American soldiers join forces with a German actress and undercover agent to take down the leaders of the Third Reich. (R) (2:35) SHO: Thu. 8:25 P.M.

• The International ’09. Clive Owen. An Interpol agent and a New York prosecutor join forces to shut down a powerful bank’s funding of terrorism. (R) (2:00) STZ: Mon. 11:50 A.M., 10:40 P.M. (CC)

• Into the Blue ’05. Paul Walker. Four divers cross paths with drug smugglers whose cargo plane has crashed near the site of underwater treasure. (PG-13) (2:00) TNT: Sun. 2 A.M. (CC)

• Invasion U.S.A. ’85. Chuck Norris. Slavic mercenaries with bazookas hit Florida at Christmas, drawing an agent out of retirement. (R) (1:50) TMC: Thu. 3 A.M.

• The Iron Giant ’99. Voices of Jennifer Aniston. Animated. A malevolent government agent threatens to destroy the friendship between a boy and a huge alien robot. (PG) (1:30) ENC: Mon. 5:50 A.M. (CC)

• Iron Man ’08. Robert Downey Jr. A wealthy industrialist builds an armored suit and uses it to defeat criminals and terrorists. (PG-13) (3:00) FX: Sun. 6 P.M., Mon. 2 P.M., Sat. 6 P.M.

• The Iron Mistress ’52. Alan Ladd. Jim Bowie vies for the affections of a New Orleans belle. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Sat. noon.

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• The Jackal ’97. Bruce Willis. A jailed IRA operative helps the FBI track a masterful assassin about to perform a political killing. (R) (2:10) MAX: Sun. 5:35 P.M., Thu. 10 P.M. (CC)

• Jackie Brown ’97. Pam Grier. A bail bondsman helps a smuggler frame her boss, an arms dealer who plans to kill her. (R) (2:40) ENC: Fri. 2 A.M. (CC)

• The Jacksons: An American Dream ’92. Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs. The Gary, Ind., Jacksons guide Michael and their other children to show-business success; features 38 songs. (6:00) BET: Sat. 11:30 A.M.

• The Janky Promoters ’09. Ice Cube. Two shady concert promoters get in over their heads when they try to organize a concert headlined by rapper Young Jeezy. (R) (1:30) SHO: Thu. 2:30 P.M. (CC)

• Jeremiah Johnson ’72. Robert Redford. An 1830s loner leaves civilization for the Rockies and learns from a hermit how to be a mountain man. (PG) (2:30) AMC: Sat. 8 P.M., 10:30 P.M. (CC)

• Jersey Girl ’04. Ben Affleck. A young woman changes the life of a single father who used to be a successful New York music publicist. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Sun. 8:30 A.M. (CC)

• Jesus’ Son ’99. Billy Crudup. After overcoming heroin addiction and a tragic relationship, a bungling drifter eventually settles down and begins an enlightened life. (R) (1:50) TMC: Tue. 1:15 A.M. (CC)

• Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work ’10. Filmmakers Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg document a year in the life of the comedy pioneer as she works tirelessly to keep her career thriving in a youth-driven culture. (R) (1:35) SHO: Sat. 3:15 P.M.

• Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten ’07. Martin Scorsese, Bono, Jim Jarmusch, Flea and others recall the life of Joe Strummer, singer and guitarist for the Clash. (NR) (2:05) SHO: Tue. 4:55 P.M. (CC)

• Johnny Dangerously ’84. Michael Keaton. A New York pet-store owner recalls how he turned to crime and became a big-time gangster. (PG-13) (1:30) MAX: Fri. 6:20 A.M. (CC)

• Julie & Julia ’09. Meryl Streep. A woman in Queens, N.Y., sets a deadline of one year to prepare all 524 recipes in Julia Child’s famous cookbook, “Mastering the Art of French Cooking.” (PG-13) (2:10) ENC: Sun. 11 A.M., 8 P.M., 2:10 A.M. (CC)

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• Kansas Raiders ’50. Audie Murphy. Jesse James and his followers join Quantrill’s raider gang of vicious killers out for loot. (NR) (2:00) AMC: Sat. 9:30 A.M. (CC)

• Kermit’s Swamp Years ’02. Voices of Steve Whitmire. Young Kermit, Goggles and Croaker venture out into the world for the first time. (G) (1:30) ENC: Fri. 4:40 A.M. (CC)

• Key to the City ’50. Clark Gable. A couple find love at a mayors convention in California. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Thu. 6:15 A.M. (CC)

• Killshot ’09. Diane Lane. A veteran assassin and his young partner pursue a couple who stumbled upon an extortion scheme and entered the Witness Protection Program. (R) (1:40) TMC: Mon. 2:35 P.M., 11:35 P.M., Sat. 5:50 P.M.

• King Arthur ’04. Clive Owen. Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table embark on a rescue mission as Saxon hordes prepare to invade. (PG-13) (2:00) WGN-A: Sun. 4 A.M. (CC)

• The Kingdom ’07. Jamie Foxx. A sympathetic Saudi police captain helps a team of federal agents flush out a terrorist cell in Riyadh. (R) (2:30) AMC: Sun. 3:30 A.M. (CC)

• Knowing ’09. Nicolas Cage. A professor and his son obtain an encoded time-capsule document that lists every major disaster over the past 50 years and predicts a future global calamity. (PG-13) (2:00) SHO: Mon. 7 P.M. (CC)

• Kraken: Tentacles of the Deep ’06. Victoria Pratt. A marine archaeologist and sailors search for an artifact protected by a terrifying giant squid. (R) (2:00) SYFY: Sat. 11 A.M. (CC)

• Kung Fu Panda ’08. Voices of Jack Black. Animated. Chosen to fulfill an ancient prophecy, a clumsy panda must become a martial-arts master and defend his people from a villainous snow leopard. (PG) (2:00) FX: Fri. 10 P.M., Sat. 11 A.M.

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• Ladyhawke ’85. Matthew Broderick. A medieval pickpocket learns the secret of a brooding knight with a hawk, and a beauty with a wolf. (PG-13) (2:05) ENC: Mon. 9:10 A.M. (CC)

• Lake City ’08. Sissy Spacek. On the run, a young man goes to his childhood home, the one place on Earth he does not want to be. (R) (1:35) TMC: Tue. 2:30 P.M., Fri. 1:25 P.M., 5:35 A.M. (CC)

• Lake Placid 2 ’07. John Schneider. A sheriff, a big-game hunter and a wildlife officer try to kill three giant crocodiles. (NR) (2:00) SYFY: Sat. 11 P.M.

• Last Chance Harvey ’08. Dustin Hoffman. Love blooms unexpectedly between an unemployed jingle writer and a prickly British government worker. (PG-13) (1:40) ENC: Wed. 5:50 A.M. (CC)

• The Last House on the Left ’09. Tony Goldwyn. After their daughter is assaulted and left for dead, a couple take revenge on the assailants, who have taken shelter at the couple’s house. (R) (1:55) HBO: Thu. 2:30 A.M. (CC)

• Last of the Red Hot Lovers ’72. Alan Arkin. The balding, middle-aged owner of a seafood restaurant makes three awkward attempts at extramarital romance. (PG) (1:40) TMC: Sat. 7:10 A.M. (CC)

• The Last Song ’10. Miley Cyrus. In a Southern beach town, a man tries to reconnect with his estranged daughter through their shared love of music. (PG) (1:50) STZ: Sat. 9 P.M. (CC)

• Law Abiding Citizen ’09. Jamie Foxx. Ten years after his wife and child die in a home invasion, a man carries out an elaborate plot against the prosecutor who cut a deal with one of the killers. (R) (1:50) STZ: Sun. 12:45 P.M., 8:10 P.M., 5:10 A.M. (CC)

• The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen ’03. Sean Connery. Allan Quatermain, Capt. Nemo, Dorian Gray, Dr. Jekyll, Tom Sawyer and others unite to stop a mad bomber. (PG-13) (2:30) AMC: Wed. 10:30 P.M., Thu. 11 A.M. (CC)

• Legally Blonde ’01. Reese Witherspoon. A sorority queen enrolls in Harvard to prove to her former boyfriend that she has more than good looks. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Fri. midnight (CC)

• Legally Blonde ’01. Reese Witherspoon. A sorority queen enrolls in Harvard to prove to her former boyfriend that she has more than good looks. (PG-13) (2:10) TBS: Sat. 1:20 P.M.

• Legends of the Fall ’94. Brad Pitt. A retired cavalry officer and his sons live on a pre-World War I Montana cattle ranch. (R) (2:15) ENC: Sun. 3:35 P.M. (CC)

• Lethal Weapon ’87. Mel Gibson. A detective with a family hunts drug smugglers with his new partner, a loner with a death wish. (R) (2:00) TNT: Fri. 11:15 P.M. (CC)

• Lethal Weapon 3 ’92. Mel Gibson. Los Angeles police detectives crush a guns-to-gangs operation with a wild woman from internal affairs. (R) (2:30) TNT: Sat. 3 P.M. (CC)

• Lethal Weapon 4 ’98. Mel Gibson. Los Angeles police partners take on members of a Chinese triad who are smuggling families from the mainland. (R) (2:30) TNT: Sat. 5:30 P.M. (CC)

• Let’s Be Happy ’57. Tony Martin. A newly rich woman attracts two men while visiting Scotland. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Mon. 9:30 A.M.

• Liberty Stands Still ’02. Linda Fiorentino. Perched in a building, a sniper threatens to kill the wife of a gun manufacturer if she hangs up the phone. (R) (1:40) HBO: Fri. 4:25 A.M. (CC)

• Lightning ??? The White Stallion ’86. Mickey Rooney. A gambler loses a racehorse only one girl can ride, and that girl is slowly going blind. (PG) (1:35) TMC: Wed. 6 A.M.

• The Lion and the Horse ’52. Steve Cochran. A cowboy and his horse run into a marauding lion after fleeing to the back country to get away from the law. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Mon. 6:15 A.M.

• Little Big Man ’70. Dustin Hoffman. A 121-year-old white survivor of Custer’s Last Stand recalls his checkered life with Cheyenne, Wild Bill Hickok and medicine shows. (PG-13) (2:30) TCM: Sat. 5:30 P.M.

• Little Miss Marker ’34. Adolphe Menjou. Bookie Sorrowful Jones receives a little girl as an IOU in the Damon Runyon tale. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Sun. 8:30 A.M.

• Little Richard ’00. Leon. The flamboyant musician experiences highs and lows through his music career, including confronting his father’s murderer. (2:00) BET: Sat. 10:30 P.M.

• Lock Up ’89. Sylvester Stallone. For escaping to see his dying father, a jailed hero is sent to a twisted warden’s private hell. (R) (2:00) SPIKE: Sat. 3 P.M.

• Lolita ’62. James Mason. Professor Humbert Humbert marries a widow to be near her nymphet daughter. (NR) (2:45) TCM: Thu. 1:45 A.M. (CC)

• Lonely Street ’09. Jay Mohr. A private investigator becomes the prime suspect in the murder of a snoopy reporter. (R) (1:35) TMC: Fri. 4:50 P.M.

• The Long Kiss Goodnight ’96. Geena Davis. Former cohorts come after a small-town New England mom who gradually remembers her past as a government assassin. (R) (2:05) ENC: Mon. 1:05 P.M., 8 P.M. (CC)

• Look Who’s Talking ’89. John Travolta. An unwed accountant gives birth to Mikey, a hip baby who provides sarcastic commentary on events. (PG-13) (1:40) ENC: Wed. 4:40 P.M. (CC)

• The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring ’01. Elijah Wood. A chosen hobbit and his loyal friends join a wizard, humans, a dwarf and an elf on a quest to destroy a powerful ring and defeat an evil lord. (PG-13) (3:00) ENC: Fri. 7 P.M., 11 P.M., Sat. 11:35 A.M. (CC)

• The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King ’03. Elijah Wood. Frodo and Sam march toward Mount Doom to destroy the ring, while Gandalf and warriors prepare for a final confrontation with Sauron and his allies. (PG-13) (4:15) TNT: Sun. 3:45 P.M. (CC)

• The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers ’02. Elijah Wood. Now divided, members of a fellowship take different paths to destroy the ring and defeat evil Sauron and his pawns. (PG-13) (3:45) TNT: Sun. noon (CC)

• Lost Horizon ’37. Ronald Colman. An airplane crash results in a British diplomat and other Westerners being taken to Shangri-La, the Tibetan utopia of a dying lama. (NR) (2:30) TCM: Sun. 10 P.M. (CC)

• Love Come Down ’00. Larenz Tate. The violent death of their father years ago continues to affect the adult lives of a black comic and his white brother. (R) (1:45) TMC: Mon. 3 A.M. (CC)

• Love in the Afternoon ’57. Audrey Hepburn. An older American playboy loves a private eye’s young daughter in Paris. (NR) (2:15) TCM: Wed. 3 A.M.

• Love Is on the Air ’37. Ronald Reagan. A newscaster gets demoted for exposing the town’s criminal activities over the airwaves. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Tue. 6 A.M.

• Love Me Tonight ’32. Maurice Chevalier. Mistaken for a baron, a singing Paris tailor woos a princess at her castle. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Wed. 1 A.M.

• The Lovely Bones ’09. Mark Wahlberg. A 14-year-old murder victim watches from heaven, as her family tries to heal and her killer continues on his own dark path. (PG-13) (2:20) MAX: Sat. 10 P.M., 4:50 A.M. (CC)

• Lower Learning ’08. Jason Biggs. The vice principal of an elementary school rallies the lazy teachers and tries to expose the principal’s corruption. (R) (1:45) TMC: Mon. 6:15 P.M. (CC)

• Lucky ’10. Filmmaker Jeffrey Blitz examines how winning the lottery changes the lives of average Americans. (NR) (1:35) HBO: Wed. 3:50 A.M. (CC)

• Lucky Jordan ’42. Alan Ladd. A military deserter redeems himself by exposing a group of Nazi agents. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Wed. 8 P.M.

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• Mad Max ’79. Mel Gibson. In an Australia of the not-too-distant future, a police officer strikes back against motorized menaces to what is left of society after a nuclear holocaust. (R) (1:35) ENC: Wed. 8 P.M. (CC)

• Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome ’85. Mel Gibson. Aunty Entity will return Mad Max’s camels if he will fight the giant Blaster in a barbaric caged arena. (PG-13) (1:50) ENC: Wed. 11:10 P.M. (CC)

• Made in Jamaica ’06. Filmmaker J??r??me Laperrousaz examines the influence of reggae on popular culture. (NR) (1:45) TMC: Fri. 10 A.M.

• Making Love ’81. Michael Ontkean. A TV executive finds out her doctor husband of eight years has a novelist boyfriend. (R) (1:55) MAX: Mon. 5:05 A.M. (CC)

• Malibu Shark Attack ’09. Peta Wilson. An earthquake unleashes huge, prehistoric sharks that terrorize scenic California. (NR) (2:00) SYFY: Sat. 3 P.M. (CC)

• Malibu’s Most Wanted ’03. Jamie Kennedy. A rapper’s hip-hop lifestyle jeopardizes his father’s campaign to become governor of California. (PG-13) (1:25) MAX: Mon. 1:40 A.M., Sat. 8:30 P.M. (CC)

• Mamma Mia! ’08. Meryl Streep. Hoping to meet her real father and have him walk her down the aisle, a bride secretly invites three men from her mother’s past to come to the wedding. (PG-13) (2:15) TBS: Sun. 8 P.M., 10:15 P.M.

• Man in a Cocked Hat ’59. Terry-Thomas. The scatterbrained ambassador of a remote British colony must contend with a prime minister’s attempts at revolution. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Thu. 8 P.M.

• Management ’08. Jennifer Aniston. A smitten motel manager pursues a beautiful saleswoman following their unexpected, but life-changing, tryst. (R) (2:00) LIFE: Sat. 3 P.M. (CC)

• Marigold ’07. Ali Larter. A prickly American actress falls under the spell of India’s film industry. (PG-13) (1:55) TMC: Thu. 11:30 A.M., 11:30 P.M. (CC)

• Marley & Me ’08. Owen Wilson. Newlyweds John and Jenny Grogan adopt a playful puppy named Marley, who soon grows into an incorrigible handful. (PG) (2:00) MAX: Thu. 8 P.M. (CC)

• Marty ’55. Ernest Borgnine. A lonely, heavy-set Bronx butcher, who lives with his mother, finds his soul mate in a shy schoolteacher. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Sat. 1:15 A.M. (CC)

• The Mask of Zorro ’98. Antonio Banderas. The fabled avenger trains an uncouth protege to drive a Spanish tyrant out of California once and for all. (PG-13) (3:00) FX: Sun. 7 A.M.

• The Matrix Revolutions ’03. Keanu Reeves. Neo, Morpheus and Trinity prepare for a final battle against vicious machines set to invade Zion. (R) (2:45) TNT: Sun. 11:15 P.M. (CC)

• Me, Myself & Irene ’00. Jim Carrey. Nice-guy Charlie and aggressive Hank, the two personalities of a Rhode Island state trooper, fight over the same woman. (R) (2:30) FX: Thu. 11:30 P.M., Fri. 3:30 P.M.

• Mean Girls ’04. Lindsay Lohan. Attending high school for the first time, a teenager becomes friends with three popular but manipulative students. (PG-13) (2:00) ABCFAM: Sun. 6 P.M., Tue. 7 P.M.

• Mean Girls 2 ’11. Meaghan Martin. A clique of girls makes life difficult for a new student at a high school. (PG-13) (2:00) ABCFAM: Sun. 8 P.M., 10 P.M., Tue. 9 P.M.

• Meatballs ’79. Bill Murray. A zany summer camp counselor leads his misfit charges into a no-holds-barred competition against high-class campers. (PG) (2:00) COMEDY: Mon. 3:30 P.M., Tue. 11 A.M. (CC)

• Mega Piranha ’10. Tiffany. Mutated Amazonian fish eat their way toward Florida. (R) (2:00) SYFY: Sat. 7 P.M. (CC)

• Mega Python vs. Gatoroid ’11. Debbie Gibson. Gigantic snakes and alligators battle in the Florida Everglades. (NR) (2:00) SYFY: Sat. 9 P.M., 1 A.M.

• Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus ’09. Deborah Gibson. A battle between two prehistoric sea creatures endangers the California coast. (R) (2:00) SYFY: Sat. 5 P.M. (CC)

• Member of the Wedding ’52. Ethel Waters. The family cook helps a 12-year-old tomboy and her younger playmate grow up in small-town Georgia. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Mon. 10:15 P.M. (CC)

• The Memory Keeper’s Daughter ’08. Dermot Mulroney. A nurse raises a girl who has Down syndrome after the father abandons her at childbirth. (NR) (2:00) LIFE: Thu. 9 P.M. (CC)

• Men in Black ’97. Tommy Lee Jones. A veteran agent and a rookie protect mankind from dangerous extraterrestrials roaming the Earth. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Sat. midnight (CC)

• Men in Black II ’02. Tommy Lee Jones. Two interstellar agents try to stop an alien disguised as a lingerie model from destroying the world. (PG-13) (1:30) HBO: Fri. 8 A.M. (CC)

• Merrily We Live ’38. Brian Aherne. Taken for a bum, a writer turns chauffeur for a daffy woman with a pampered daughter. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Tue. 5:45 A.M.

• The Merry Widow ’34. Jeanette MacDonald. Based on Franz Lehar’s operetta. A king attempts to seduce a wealthy widow to save his country from bankruptcy. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Fri. 4:30 P.M. (CC)

• Mickey’s Adventures in Wonderland ’09. Voices of Wayne Allwine. Animated. Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck encounter a magic land full of colorful characters. (NR) (1:00) DIS: Mon. 10:30 A.M.

• Middle of Nowhere ’08. Susan Sarandon. While staying with his uncle for the summer, a troubled teen partners with an aspiring doctor to sell marijuana. (R) (1:35) SHO: Tue. 8:25 P.M., Sat. 11:30 A.M. (CC)

• The Milagro Beanfield War ’88. Chick Vennera. A Chicano farmer attempts to irrigate his land despite the objections of townspeople and land developers. (NR) (2:00) MAX: Tue. 7 A.M. (CC)

• Million Dollar Baby ’04. Clint Eastwood. A deep bond develops between a cantankerous trainer and the female boxer he reluctantly takes under his wing. (PG-13) (3:00) AMC: Mon. 3 P.M. (CC)

• Mimic 3: Sentinel ’03. Karl Geary. While taking photographs through his window, an invalid witnesses an attack by a giant, carnivorous cockroach. (R) (1:30) SYFY: Sun. 4 A.M. (CC)

• Mindhunters ’04. LL Cool J. A serial killer targets a group of FBI trainees and a Philadelphia policeman on a deserted island. (R) (2:00) FX: Mon. 10 A.M.

• Ministry of Fear ’44. Ray Milland. Nazi spies and Scotland Yard hound a victim of circumstance fresh from an insane asylum. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Sat. 9 A.M.

• Miss Conception ’08. Heather Graham. Hearing her biological clock ticking away, a woman seeks the perfect man to father her child. (R) (2:00) TMC: Wed. 8 P.M.

• The Missing ’03. Tommy Lee Jones. In 1885 a woman must join forces with her estranged father to rescue her kidnapped daughter. (R) (2:20) STZ: Mon. 3:30 P.M. (CC)

• Mission: Impossible III ’06. Tom Cruise. Now a trainer for IMF recruits, agent Ethan Hunt squares off against the toughest foe he has ever faced: a ruthless arms and information broker. (PG-13) (2:30) TNT: Sat. 12:30 A.M. (CC)

• Mr. Mom ’83. Michael Keaton. An automotive engineer’s wife gets a job, and he stays home with the children, housework and housewives. (PG) (2:00) CMT: Tue. 5 P.M., Wed. 1 P.M.

• The Mistress of Spices ’05. Aishwarya Rai. A woman who harnesses magic powers from spices falls for a hunky architect. (PG-13) (1:45) HBO: Wed. 12:45 P.M. (CC)

• Mobsters ’91. Christian Slater. Lucky Luciano, Meyer Lansky, Bugsy Siegel and Frank Costello start their own 1920s New York gang. (R) (2:15) AMC: Fri. 10:30 A.M. (CC)

• Monica & David ’09. A young couple who have Down syndrome marry. (NR) (1:15) HBO: Mon. 9:15 A.M. (CC)

• Monsters, Inc. ’01. Voices of John Goodman. Animated. A blue behemoth and his one-eyed assistant work in a giant factory that exists to scare children. (G) (1:40) STZ: Mon. 7:05 A.M., 1:50 P.M., 9 P.M., Fri. 4:20 P.M., 5:20 A.M. (CC)

• Monsters vs. Aliens ’09. Voices of Reese Witherspoon. Animated. A giant woman, a bug-headed scientist and a gelatinous mass are among the ragtag monsters that must defend Earth from a rampaging alien robot. (PG) (1:45) HBO: Sat. 1:45 P.M. (CC)

• Moon ’09. Sam Rockwell. As his three-year shift draws to a close, the sole human at a lunar mining facility encounters a younger version of himself. (R) (1:45) ENC: Mon. 2:15 A.M. (CC)

• Moonlight Mile ’02. Jake Gyllenhaal. After the murder of his fiancee, a young man bonds with her parents, then falls for another woman. (PG-13) (2:05) STZ: Wed. 11 A.M. (CC)

• Moonstruck ’87. Cher. An Italian-American widow, engaged to a reticent suitor, falls in love with his brother. (PG) (2:30) AMC: Thu. 3:30 P.M.

• A Mother’s Courage: The Mary Thomas Story ’89. Alfre Woodard. A Chicago ghetto mother raises future Detroit Pistons basketball player Isiah Thomas. (NR) (2:00) BET: Sun. 3:30 P.M. (CC)

• Mrs. Doubtfire ’93. Robin Williams. Estranged from his wife, an out-of-work actor masquerades as a nanny to be with his children. (PG) (3:00) AMC: Thu. 8 P.M., 11 P.M.

• Mrs. O’Malley and Mr. Malone ’50. Marjorie Main. A Montana widow and a Chicago lawyer solve a couple of murders on a train to New York. (NR) (1:15) TCM: Thu. 4:45 P.M. (CC)

• Murder by Numbers ’02. Sandra Bullock. Two young men engage in a battle of wits with a homicide detective who is investigating grisly strangulations. (R) (2:30) LIFE: Wed. 9 P.M. (CC)

• Murderous Intent ’95. Lesley Ann Warren. A single mother and her lover involve her daughter in a plot to kill his estranged wife. (2:00) HBO: Wed. 8:30 A.M. (CC)

• My Boss’s Daughter ’03. Ashton Kutcher. To impress a young woman, a man agrees to housesit at his employer’s mansion for one night. (PG-13) (1:55) USA: Mon. 2:05 A.M. (CC)

• My First Mister ’01. Albert Brooks. A teen with a penchant for morbid poetry forms a unique bond with her stuffy employer at an upscale clothing store. (R) (1:55) SHO: Wed. 5:35 A.M.

• My Foolish Heart ’49. Dana Andrews. An unhappily married woman recalls her youthful affair with an ill-fated World War II soldier. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Tue. 8:45 A.M.

• My Super Ex-Girlfriend ’06. Uma Thurman. A young man discovers that the manipulative woman he is dating is a superheroine, and after he breaks up with her, she uses her powers to turn his life into a nightmare. (PG-13) (2:00) FX: Thu. 4 P.M., Fri. 8 A.M.

• Mystery Men ’99. Hank Azaria. Aspiring superheroes band together to defeat a villain when real superhero Captain Amazing disappears. (PG-13) (2:00) MAX: Tue. 6 P.M., Sat. 1 P.M. (CC)

• Mystery Street ’50. Ricardo Montalban. A Harvard doctor’s study of a female skeleton leads a Boston police detective to a killer. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Thu. 3 P.M. (CC)

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• Naked Fear ’07. Danielle De Luca. A killer kidnaps and terrorizes a young woman in the wilderness. (R) (2:00) TMC: Sat. 11 P.M., 2:50 A.M.

• Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult ’94. Leslie Nielsen. Ed coaxes his “Police Squad” pal Frank out of retirement to thwart a terrorist bombing. (PG-13) (2:00) COMEDY: Wed. 3:30 P.M., Thu. 11 A.M. (CC)

• Nanny McPhee ’05. Emma Thompson. A widower hires a mysterious woman who uses magic to control his seven unruly children. (PG) (2:00) AMC: Thu. 6 P.M. (CC)

• National Lampoon’s Animal House ’78. John Belushi. Bluto, Otter and the rowdy Deltas make fools of the dean and the square Omegas at 1962 Faber College. (R) (1:50) MAX: Tue. 4:10 A.M. (CC)

• National Lampoon’s Vacation ’83. Chevy Chase. The Griswolds and family head by station wagon for the California fun park Walley World. (R) (1:40) MAX: Thu. 2:05 A.M. (CC)

• National Lampoon’s Van Wilder ’02. Ryan Reynolds. An underachieving collegian needs money to stay in school after his father cuts off his funds. (R) (1:35) SHO: Tue. 12:30 A.M.

• National Security ’03. Martin Lawrence. Two Los Angeles security guards try to stop a criminal mastermind and his gang of robbers. (PG-13) (1:30) MAX: Tue. 10:30 A.M. (CC)

• The Negotiator ’98. Samuel L. Jackson. A framed police negotiator takes hostages and demands to speak with a counterpart from another precinct. (R) (2:45) TNT: Fri. 1:15 A.M. (CC)

• Never Been Kissed ’99. Drew Barrymore. A former high-school nerd, now a reporter, gets a second chance when she goes under cover for a story on cool teens. (PG-13) (2:00) LIFE: Sun. 5 P.M. (CC)

• New Jack City ’91. Wesley Snipes. Two street-smart cops try to bust a venomous drug lord. (R) (2:00) BET: Thu. 9 P.M., 1 A.M.

• Next Day Air ’09. Donald Faison. A courier lands in the middle of a drug deal gone awry when he accidentally delivers a box of cocaine to the wrong address. (R) (1:30) TMC: Tue. 8 P.M. (CC)

• Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian ’09. Ben Stiller. Larry Daley joins forces with Teddy Roosevelt, Amelia Earhart and others to prevent four of history’s worst villains from conquering the world. (PG) (1:45) HBO: Wed. 6 P.M. (CC)

• Night of the Lepus ’72. Stuart Whitman. A rancher tries to stop king-size, hopped-up carnivorous rabbits as they roar through Arizona. (PG) (1:30) TCM: Fri. 3:45 A.M.

• Night of the Living Dead ’68. Duane Jones. People hide in a house from carnivorous walking corpses revived by radiation fallout. (NR) (2:15) AMC: Fri. 2 A.M. (CC)

• Nighthawks ’81. Sylvester Stallone. Two undercover detectives are assigned to a special task force tracking an international terrorist. (R) (2:00) SPIKE: Sat. 1 P.M. (CC)

• Nine Months ’95. Hugh Grant. His girlfriend’s pregnancy sends a San Francisco child psychologist into panic. (PG-13) (2:00) LIFE: Sun. 7 P.M., 11 P.M. (CC)

• Ninotchka ’39. Greta Garbo. A playboy charms a Russian envoy sent to fetch three wayward comrades in Paris. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Fri. 2:30 P.M. (CC)

• No Reservations ’07. Catherine Zeta-Jones. A career-centered chef faces important changes in her life when she becomes her young niece’s guardian and crosses forks with a brash employee in her kitchen. (PG) (2:00) LIFE: Sat. 1 P.M., 11 P.M. (CC)

• Nobel Son ’07. Alan Rickman. The son of an arrogant, prize-winning scientist is kidnapped by a young man who claims to be the scientist’s illegitimate offspring. (R) (2:00) SHO: Mon. 5 P.M., Sat. 1:15 P.M.

• Nobody’s Baby ’37. Patsy Kelly. Two nursing students help out a ballroom dancer by agreeing to care for her baby. (NR) (1:15) TCM: Wed. 8:45 A.M.

• Nora’s Hair Salon ’04. Jenifer Lewis. A sassy stylist presides over a salon full of eccentric beauticians. (R) (2:00) BET: Tue. 1 P.M.

• Nora’s Hair Salon 2: A Cut Above ’08. Tatyana Ali. A woman’s two estranged nieces inherit her beauty salon. (PG-13) (2:00) BET: Thu. 1 P.M.

• North Shore ’87. Matt Adler. An Arizona surfer comes to Oahu, meets a board shaper, finds a girlfriend and rides epic waves. (PG) (1:40) MAX: Mon. 10:20 A.M. (CC)

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• Observe and Report ’09. Seth Rogen. A mall security officer tries to impress his dream girl and prove his worthiness for a coveted spot at the police academy by collaring a flasher. (R) (1:30) MAX: Fri. 8:30 P.M. (CC)

• Ocean’s Eleven ’01. George Clooney. A parolee organizes a gang to steal $150 million from three Las Vegas casinos in a single heist. (PG-13) (2:00) MAX: Tue. 2:10 A.M., Sat. 4:45 P.M. (CC)

• The Odessa File ’74. Jon Voight. A Holocaust victim’s diary inspires a German journalist to embark on a dangerous hunt for postwar Nazis. (PG) (2:15) TCM: Fri. 10 P.M.

• Old Dogs ’09. John Travolta. While preparing for an important business deal, two clueless bachelors become the unexpected caretakers of twin children. (PG) (1:30) STZ: Mon. 5:10 A.M., Tue. 1:40 P.M., 10:50 P.M. (CC)

• Old School ’03. Luke Wilson. Three friends try to recapture the fun of their college years by starting their own off-campus fraternity. (R) (1:30) MAX: Sun. 10:30 A.M., 10 P.M. (CC)

• One Fine Day ’96. Michelle Pfeiffer. On a hectic day, architect Melanie, single mom of a small boy, meets news columnist Jack, divorced dad of a little girl. (PG) (2:30) WE: Sat. 1 A.M. (CC)

• One Hour Photo ’02. Robin Williams. Desperate and lonely, a photo developer obsesses over members of a family that patronizes his booth in a department store. (R) (1:40) MAX: Thu. 12:20 P.M. (CC)

• Order of Chaos ’09. Rhys Coiro. An all-American guy who never lies or cheats becomes obsessed with uncovering the truth about the people who are intent on ruining his life. (R) (1:30) TMC: Sun. 10 P.M., Fri. 2:30 A.M. (CC)

• Orphan ’09. Vera Farmiga. A series of alarming events leads a woman to believe that something evil lurks behind the angelic face of her recently adopted daughter. (R) (2:05) MAX: Fri. 1:15 P.M. (CC)

• The Other Man ’08. Liam Neeson. A man discovers his wife is having an affair. (R) (1:30) SHO: Wed. 3 P.M., Sat. 4:30 A.M. (CC)

• The Other Side of the Tracks ’08. Brendan Fehr. A young man struggles with memories of his girlfriend’s death in a train accident. (PG-13) (1:45) TMC: Mon. 7:45 A.M., 10 P.M. (CC)

• Out of Sight ’98. George Clooney. The mutual attraction between a federal marshal and an escaped convict interferes with their goals. (R) (2:45) AMC: Mon. 12:15 P.M. (CC)

• Out of Time ’03. Denzel Washington. Considered a suspect in a deadly arson, a police chief must cover his tracks while trying to prove his innocence. (PG-13) (2:30) BET: Tue. 1 A.M., Wed. 1 P.M.

• Outlander ’08. James Caviezel. An alien soldier crashes on Earth during the time of the the Vikings and blends his technology with theirs to hunt his enemy. (R) (1:55) TMC: Tue. 9:35 A.M., 11:15 P.M. (CC)

• Overboard ’87. Goldie Hawn. A yachtsman’s wife falls overboard, forgets who she is and becomes an Oregon carpenter’s mate. (PG) (2:30) AMC: Mon. 9:45 A.M., 1 A.M. (CC)

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• Pacific Heights ’90. Melanie Griffith. San Francisco yuppies restore a costly Victorian, then rent a studio to a landlord’s nightmare. (R) (1:45) ENC: Mon. 4:45 P.M. (CC)

• Page Miss Glory ’35. Marion Davies. A con man and his partner find a maid to match their doctored photograph of a beauty-contest winner. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Sun. 6:45 A.M. (CC)

• The Palm Beach Story ’42. Claudette Colbert. An inventor’s wife meets some sporting millionaires on a train to Florida. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Sun. 6:15 P.M. (CC)

• Pandorum ’09. Dennis Quaid. Two astronauts discover a terrifying reality after awaking disoriented, aboard a seemingly abandoned spaceship. (R) (1:50) ENC: Sun. 12:20 A.M., Thu. 1:45 P.M., Fri. 10:45 A.M. (CC)

• Paper Heart ’09. Charlyne Yi. Newlyweds, longtime couples, a romance novelist, a divorce lawyer and a psychic are among the people with whom actress Charlyne Yi discusses the meaning of true love. (PG-13) (1:35) STZ: Thu. 6:45 A.M. (CC)

• The Parent Trap ’98. Lindsay Lohan. An 11-year-old meets her California twin, and they plot to reunite their divorced parents. (PG) (3:00) ABCFAM: Sun. 12:30 P.M.

• Parenthood ’89. Steve Martin. A middle-class man, his wife, his father and a divorcee try to be good parents. (PG-13) (2:10) ENC: Sun. 5:50 P.M. (CC)

• Passengers ’08. Anne Hathaway. A therapist suspects that a plane-crash survivor knows more about the accident’s cause and the fates of his fellow survivors than he is admitting. (PG-13) (1:40) ENC: Tue. 9:20 A.M. (CC)

• Payback ’99. Mel Gibson. A man seeks revenge on his wife and crime partner, who shot him and left him for dead. (R) (2:00) TNT: Sat. 1 P.M. (CC)

• Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief ’10. Logan Lerman. After learning he is the son of Poseidon, a youth must prevent a war among the gods and rescue his mother from Hades, king of the underworld. (PG) (2:00) HBO: Sun. 1 P.M. (CC)

• A Perfect Getaway ’09. Steve Zahn. Newlyweds find terror in paradise when they encounter other hikers who claim that some tourists were found brutally murdered. (R) (1:40) HBO: Mon. 12:50 A.M. (CC)

• The Perfect Holiday ’07. Gabrielle Union. Romance blooms when a little girl asks a department-store Santa to fulfill her divorced mother’s fondest wish for Christmas. (PG) (2:00) BET: Sun. 1:30 P.M.

• Phantom Lady ’44. Franchot Tone. A framed man’s murder alibi hangs on a woman in an odd hat, but no one seems to recall her. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Wed. 11:30 P.M.

• Pick a Star ’37. Stan Laurel. A young woman from a small town hopes to find success in Hollywood. (NR) (1:15) TCM: Wed. 7:30 A.M.

• Picture Perfect ’97. Jennifer Aniston. A single gal pretends to be engaged to further her career. (PG-13) (2:00) LIFE: Sat. 9 P.M. (CC)

• Pilgrim ’99. Ray Liotta. A beautiful artist helps an amnesiac piece together his identity and evade a gangster on his trail. (R) (1:45) TMC: Mon. 1:15 A.M., Thu. 6:20 P.M.

• Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest ’06. Johnny Depp. Capt. Jack Sparrow must find a way to avoid the clutches of ghostly pirate Davy Jones and his crew or be damned for all eternity. (PG-13) (3:00) SYFY: Sun. 9 P.M., Mon. 6 P.M. (CC)

• Pistol Whipped ’08. Steven Seagal. A mysterious man offers to pay the gambling debts of a former policeman, in exchange for a contract killing. (R) (2:03) USA: Wed. 11 A.M. (CC)

• Planet of the Apes ’01. Mark Wahlberg. In 2029 an astronaut leads a human uprising against a military leader and his army of ruling simians. (PG-13) (2:30) FX: Tue. 3 P.M., Wed. 8 A.M.

• Police Academy ’84. Steve Guttenberg. The new mayor’s policy puts badges on misfits: one has a police record; another does vocal sound effects. (R) (1:40) ENC: Mon. 6 A.M. (CC)

• Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach ’88. Matt McCoy. The vacationing rookies rescue their leader from jewel thieves, with a local duo as backup. (PG) (1:35) ENC: Sun. 7:05 A.M. (CC)

• Police Academy 6: City Under Siege ’89. Bubba Smith. Clownish police officers are on the lookout for a three-ring circus of thieves. (PG) (1:30) ENC: Wed. 4:20 A.M. (CC)

• Pontypool ’08. Stephen McHattie. A disc jockey barricades himself in a basement radio station and tries to spread the word about a virus, spread through language, that turns people into zombies. (NR) (1:45) TMC: Thu. 8 A.M. (CC)

• Post Grad ’09. Alexis Bledel. An optimistic graduate gets a rude awakening when she fails to find a job and must move back in with her eccentric family. (PG-13) (1:30) MAX: Wed. 6:15 P.M. (CC)

• Il Posto ’61. Sandro Panzeri. A lively Italian lands his first job, but his ambition is quickly crushed by the monotony of the white-collar world. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Sun. 2 A.M.

• Practical Magic ’98. Sandra Bullock. Raised by their aunts, two sisters use different means to avoid a family legacy of witchcraft. (PG-13) (2:30) ABCFAM: Thu. 7:30 P.M.

• Preacher’s Kid ’09. LeToya Luckett. A smooth-talking singer convinces a young woman to leave the security of her family, friends and church to join a traveling gospel show. (PG-13) (2:30) BET: Fri. 9:30 P.M., Sat. 5:30 P.M.

• Predator ’87. Arnold Schwarzenegger. A sneaky alien monster attacks commandos on a jungle mission in South America. (R) (2:30) AMC: Wed. 5:30 P.M. (CC)

• A President to Remember: In the Company of John F. Kennedy ’08. Narrated by Alec Baldwin. Filmmaker Robert Drew captures intimate moments of President John F. Kennedy and his family. (NR) (1:30) HBO: Sun. 5:30 P.M., Wed. 2:30 P.M., Sat. 10:15 A.M. (CC)

• Pride and Glory ’08. Edward Norton. Duty and family loyalties come into conflict when a detective and his brother-in-law probe a failed drug bust in which a fellow cop and family member lost four men. (R) (2:15) HBO: Sat. 1:45 A.M. (CC)

• The Prince & Me 2: The Royal Wedding ’06. Luke Mably. A handsome Danish prince learns he must abdicate his throne if he marries a commoner. (PG) (1:40) TMC: Sun. 7:20 A.M., 1:25 P.M., Fri. 8:15 A.M. (CC)

• The Princess Bride ’87. Cary Elwes. A storybook stableboy turns pirate and rescues his beloved, who is about to marry a dreadful prince. (PG) (2:00) AMC: Sun. 10:30 A.M., Thu. 1:30 P.M., 2 A.M. (CC)

• The Proposal ’09. Sandra Bullock. Facing deportation to Canada, a high-powered book editor pretends she is engaged to her assistant, whom she’s tormented for years. (PG-13) (1:50) STZ: Tue. 4 A.M., Wed. 1:05 P.M., 8:10 P.M., Fri. 3:30 A.M., Sat. 2 P.M., 10:50 P.M. (CC)

• Proximity ’00. James Coburn. An inmate becomes a target when he overhears prison guards discussing plans for a murder. (R) (1:25) MAX: Wed. 3:35 A.M. (CC)

• Psycho ’98. Vince Vaughn. A woman steals cash at work, hits the road and stays at a desolate motel run by mad, mother-fixated Norman Bates. (R) (1:50) HBO: Mon. 4:10 A.M. (CC)

• The Punisher ’04. Thomas Jane. An FBI agent becomes a gun-toting vigilante after a crooked businessman orders hit men to murder his family. (R) (3:00) FX: Sun. 3 P.M.

• Punisher: War Zone ’08. Ray Stevenson. After an encounter with the Punisher leaves him horribly disfigured, mob boss Billy Russoti changes his name to Jigsaw and sets out for revenge. (R) (1:45) SHO: Fri. 1:45 A.M.

• Push ’09. Chris Evans. A 13-year-old clairvoyant and the son of a murdered assassin join forces against a covert government agency that dabbles in psychic drugs and warfare. (PG-13) (1:55) SHO: Thu. 6:30 P.M. (CC)

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• Race With the Devil ’75. Peter Fonda. Two men and their wives flee in their RV from the Texas scene of a satanic sacrifice. (PG) (1:30) MAX: Sun. 5:10 A.M. (CC)

• Racing for Time ’08. Charles S. Dutton. An officer at a teenage correctional facility breaks down racial divisions by organizing a track team. (NR) (2:00) LIFE: Sat. 11 A.M. (CC)

• Rambo ’82. Sylvester Stallone. Green Beret veteran Rambo takes on a Pacific Northwest sheriff and the National Guard. (R) (2:00) SPIKE: Sat. 9 P.M.

• Rambo: First Blood Part II ’85. Sylvester Stallone. A former Green Beret goes on a reconnaissance mission to spring MIAs from a Viet Cong prison. (R) (2:00) SPIKE: Sat. 7 P.M.

• Rampage ’09. Brendan Fletcher. A frustrated young man dons body armor and executes random strangers. (R) (1:30) TMC: Wed. 11:30 P.M. (CC)

• Random Hearts ’99. Harrison Ford. A cop and a politician seek the truth about their spouses, killed together in a plane crash on the way to the same address. (R) (3:00) WE: Fri. 10 A.M. (CC)

• The Red Badge of Courage ’51. Audie Murphy. Based on Stephen Crane’s novel of a young Union soldier panicked upon exposure to his first Civil War battle. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Sat. 7:30 A.M. (CC)

• Redline ’08. Samuel Page. A race-car driver gets entangled with a wealthy importer who smuggles illegal arms. (NR) (1:35) MAX: Wed. 1:30 A.M. (CC)

• Reflections in a Golden Eye ’67. Elizabeth Taylor. An Army major with a lusty wife feels homosexual in the 1940s South. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Mon. 2 A.M. (CC)

• Reign of Fire ’02. Christian Bale. A hotshot American and a firefighter unite to fight a horde of dragons in post-apocalyptic London. (PG-13) (1:45) STZ: Fri. 11:05 A.M., Sat. 7 A.M. (CC)

• Religulous ’08. Comic Bill Maher visits Jerusalem, Vatican City and other religious destinations to question believers about their different faiths. (R) (1:45) TMC: Thu. 4:35 P.M.

• Remember the Daze ’07. Amber Heard. In 1999 some teenagers find a variety of ways to stave off boredom on their last day of school. (R) (1:55) SHO: Tue. 2:05 A.M.

• Remember the Titans ’00. Denzel Washington. A Virginia high school hires a black football coach after undergoing integration in 1971. (PG) (2:30) ABCFAM: Sat. 10:30 P.M.

• The Replacements ’00. Keanu Reeves. A football coach and his team’s owner recruit a ragtag band of has-beens and wannabes after failed negotiations lead to a strike. (PG-13) (2:45) CMT: Sun. 3 P.M., Mon. 4 P.M., 9 P.M.

• Repo Men ’10. Jude Law. A man who repossesses organs from indebted transplant patients goes on the run when he cannot make the payments on his own artificial heart. (R) (2:00) HBO: Sat. 8 P.M., 11:30 P.M. (CC)

• Resident Evil ’02. Milla Jovovich. Commandos infiltrate a research facility after a deadly virus turns the entire staff into ravenous zombies. (R) (1:45) MAX: Sat. 3 P.M. (CC)

• Reunion ’09. Brett Cullen. Members of a Yale secret society reunite in New York 10 years after the death of a friend. (NR) (1:45) TMC: Mon. 11:15 A.M., 4:45 A.M. (CC)

• Revenge of the Nerds ’84. Robert Carradine. College freshmen Skolnick and Gilbert form their own fraternity for computer-whiz misfits. (R) (1:40) ENC: Thu. 5:50 P.M. (CC)

• Ride the High Country ’62. Randolph Scott. Two old ex-lawmen and their sidekick guard a gold shipment and rescue a woman. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Sat. 2 P.M.

• The Ring ’02. Naomi Watts. A journalist investigates a bizarre videotape whose images hold deadly consequences for its viewers. (PG-13) (2:00) MAX: Mon. 5:45 P.M. (CC)

• The Ringer ’05. Johnny Knoxville. Special Olympians train a man, who is pretending to be mentally impaired, to go toe-to-toe with the hated champion of the games. (NR) (2:00) TBS: Tue. 3 A.M. (CC)

• Rise of the Gargoyles ’09. Eric Balfour. An American professor tries to stop an ancient winged creature that terrorizes Paris. (NR) (2:00) SYFY: Fri. 3 A.M. (CC)

• Road to Perdition ’02. Tom Hanks. During the Depression, a mobster takes his son along as he seeks to avenge the murders of his wife and younger child. (R) (2:00) MAX: Sun. 1:45 P.M., Thu. 2 P.M. (CC)

• The Road Warrior ’81. Mel Gibson. Loner lawman Mad Max fights barbarian bikers for gasoline in the wasteland of the future. (R) (1:35) ENC: Wed. 9:35 P.M. (CC)

• The Rock ’96. Sean Connery. A one-time escaped convict leads Navy SEALs onto Alcatraz to thwart a renegade colonel’s rebels who threaten the area with warheads. (R) (2:25) ENC: Thu. 11:20 A.M., 10:10 P.M. (CC)

• Rock Slyde ’09. Patrick Warburton. A private detective contends with the leader of a religious cult while on his latest assignment. (PG-13) (1:30) SHO: Wed. 1:30 P.M. (CC)

• The Rocketeer ’91. Bill Campbell. A test pilot turns superhero in 1938 Hollywood with a Nazi-coveted rocket backpack designed by Howard Hughes. (PG) (2:30) SYFY: Sun. 9 A.M. (CC)

• Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion ’97. Mira Sorvino. Two dizzy underachievers pose as successful career gals. (R) (1:40) ENC: Tue. 6:20 P.M., Wed. 11:15 A.M. (CC)

• The Royal Tenenbaums ’01. Gene Hackman. An errant father tries to reconcile with his eccentric and underachieving family in New York. (R) (2:00) WGN-A: Sun. 2 A.M. (CC)

• Runaway Bride ’99. Julia Roberts. A New York reporter travels to Maryland to profile a woman who left three bridegrooms at the altar. (PG) (2:30) TBS: Sun. 10:30 A.M., 3 A.M. (CC)

• Rush Hour 3 ’07. Jackie Chan. The assassination of a Chinese ambassador reunites Lee and Carter, who tangle with Triad gangsters in France. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Thu. 8 P.M.

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• Sand Serpents ’09. Jason Gedrick. U.S. soldiers encounter giant, man-eating serpents while fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan. (NR) (2:00) SYFY: Thu. 3 A.M. (CC)

• Saw IV ’07. Tobin Bell. An officer has only 90 minutes to save his friend, a SWAT commander, from a series of demented traps. (NR) (2:00) SYFY: Mon. 10 P.M. (CC)

• Scary Movie 2 ’01. Shawn Wayans. Psychology students and their professor spend the weekend in a haunted house in this sendup of horror films. (R) (1:25) SHO: Sun. 11:55 A.M., Wed. 4:30 P.M.

• Scooby-Doo ’02. Freddie Prinze Jr. Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy and Scooby investigate claims that a theme park is haunted. (PG) (1:30) HBO: Mon. 6 A.M. (CC)

• Scooby-Doo! and the Samurai Sword ’09. Voices of Frank Welker. Animated. Scooby and the gang compete with ninja to search for a treasured sword in Japan. (NR) (1:30) TOON: Tue. 7 P.M.

• Scooby-Doo in Where’s My Mummy? ’05. Voices of Frank Welker. Animated. Scooby and the gang encounter trouble when they discover an ancient tomb in Egypt. (G) (1:30) TOON: Sun. 10 A.M.

• Scooby Doo! Pirates Ahoy! ’06. Animated. Scooby-Doo and the gang have a scary adventure while taking a creepy voyage into the Bermuda Triangle. (NR) (1:30) TOON: Sun. 11:30 A.M.

• Scooby-Doo and the Reluctant Werewolf ’88. Hamilton Camp. Animated. Dracula transforms Shaggy into a canine horror when the werewolf drops out of the annual Transylvania car race. (2:00) TOON: Sat. 1 P.M.

• The Scorpion King ’02. The Rock. The leader of a band of desert mercenaries is hired to kill a ruthless despot and his clairvoyant sorceress. (PG-13) (1:35) STZ: Wed. 5:10 A.M., Thu. 3:20 P.M., 10:35 P.M. (CC)

• Scream 2 ’97. David Arquette. A masked killer continues to pursue a California student and her friends at an Ohio college. (R) (2:30) TBS: Mon. 3 A.M. (CC)

• Serenity ’05. Nathan Fillion. Crew members aboard a transport vessel get caught in a deadly conflict in the wake of a galactic war. (PG-13) (2:30) SYFY: Sun. 4 P.M., Mon. noon.

• Seven Brides for Seven Brothers ’54. Howard Keel. When an Oregon trapper decides to marry, his six rowdy brothers aim to follow suit, though not one has a sweetheart yet. (G) (1:45) TCM: Sun. 4:30 P.M. (CC)

• Seven Years in Tibet ’97. Brad Pitt. An egocentric Austrian mountaineer gradually learns selflessness from the young Dalai Lama. (PG-13) (2:30) SHO: Sat. 7 A.M.

• Severance ’06. Danny Dyer. A killer stalks members of a sales group from an international arms company, who have become lost in the woods during a team-building weekend. (R) (1:40) TMC: Wed. 2:35 A.M. (CC)

• Sex and Breakfast ’07. Macaulay Culkin. Two young couples using anonymous sex as a catalyst to fix their troubled relationships must rethink what makes a connection work. (R) (1:30) SHO: Sun. 1 A.M., Thu. 1:30 A.M. (CC)

• Sex Drive ’08. Josh Zuckerman. A teenager steals his older brother’s car and goes on a road trip with his buddies to lose his virginity to a gal he met online. (R) (1:55) STZ: Tue. 12:25 A.M., Wed. 4:40 P.M. (CC)

• Shadow Man ’06. Steven Seagal. A former CIA operative uncovers a deadly plot while trying to save his kidnapped daughter. (R) (2:00) USA: Tue. 2 A.M., Wed. 2:57 P.M. (CC)

• Shallow Hal ’01. Gwyneth Paltrow. A self-help guru makes a superficial man see only the inner beauty of a very fat woman. (PG-13) (2:00) HBO: Tue. 4 P.M., Sat. 11:45 A.M. (CC)

• The Shawshank Redemption ’94. Tim Robbins. Two life sentences for a 1947 double murder land an innocent man in a corrupt Maine penitentiary. (R) (2:25) ENC: Sun. 1:10 P.M. (CC)

• She’s Out of My League ’10. Jay Baruchel. An airport security agent must figure out how to make the relationship work when a beautiful, successful woman falls in love with him. (R) (1:50) MAX: Sat. 11:10 A.M., 6:45 P.M. (CC)

• She’s the One ’96. Jennifer Aniston. An affair with his cab-driver brother’s ex-fiancee typifies a married Wall Street guy’s need for sibling rivalry. (R) (2:00) LIFE: Sat. 5 P.M. (CC)

• Shocker ’89. Michael Murphy. Dreams link a police detective’s son to a killer TV repairman turned into a soul-stealing spirit by the electric chair. (R) (1:50) MAX: Fri. 4:10 A.M. (CC)

• Shoot ‘Em Up ’07. Clive Owen. A mysterious gunman and a hooker must protect a newborn from a determined assassin and others like him. (R) (1:54) USA: Wed. 1:03 P.M., 1:30 A.M. (CC)

• Shoot to Kill ’88. Sidney Poitier. An FBI agent and his mountain guide track a killer trying to cross from Washington into Canada. (R) (1:50) MAX: Thu. 10:30 A.M. (CC)

• The Shop Around the Corner ’40. Margaret Sullavan. The more Budapest co-workers fight, the more they fall in love as secret pen pals. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Fri. 10:30 A.M. (CC)

• The Shopworn Angel ’38. Margaret Sullavan. A worldly Broadway actress lets a folksy doughboy court her and marries him before he ships out. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Fri. 9 A.M. (CC)

• The Shortcut ’09. Andrew Seeley. Terror strikes small-town residents who dare venture down a mysterious path. (PG-13) (1:30) TMC: Tue. 6:30 A.M. (CC)

• Signs ’02. Mel Gibson. With the help of his brother, a Pennsylvanian investigates the appearance of 500-foot-diameter circles in his crop fields. (PG-13) (1:50) STZ: Sun. 7:15 A.M., 2:35 P.M., 1:50 A.M. (CC)

• A Simple Plan ’98. Bill Paxton. A Minnesotan, his dimwitted brother and his brother’s redneck friend find and decide to keep $4 million. (R) (2:30) TNT: Sat. 3 A.M. (CC)

• Since You Went Away ’44. Claudette Colbert. A Midwesterner holds down the home front with her daughters and bulldog during World War II. (NR) (3:00) TCM: Sun. 11:30 A.M. (CC)

• Single White Female ’92. Bridget Fonda. A software designer shares her Manhattan apartment with a young woman who’s dangerous. (R) (1:50) ENC: Wed. 1 A.M. (CC)

• The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 ’08. Amber Tamblyn. Tibby, Lena, Carmen and Bridget find it increasingly difficult to stay in touch as their lives branch out in different directions. (PG-13) (2:30) LIFE: Sun. noon (CC)

• Six Days, Seven Nights ’98. Harrison Ford. An emergency landing strands a New York magazine editor and a South Pacific cargo pilot on an unknown Tahitian island. (PG-13) (2:00) FX: Sun. 10 A.M.

• The Slammin’ Salmon ’09. Michael Clarke Duncan. A restaurant owner pits members of his wait staff against one another in a competition to make the largest amount of cash in one night. (R) (2:00) COMEDY: Sun. 2:30 P.M. (CC)

• Sleeping With the Enemy ’91. Julia Roberts. The battered wife of a yuppie neat-freak fakes her death at sea and flees from Cape Cod to Iowa. (R) (2:00) AMC: Mon. 6 P.M., Tue. 10 A.M. (CC)

• Sleepover ’04. Alexa Vega. Four teenage friends find adventure after a popular girl challenges them to a scavenger hunt. (PG) (2:00) WGN-A: Sun. 1 P.M. (CC)

• Smokey and the Bandit ’77. Burt Reynolds. Sheriff Buford T. Justice chases a trucker, his buddy, a runaway bride and 400 cases of beer. (PG) (1:40) ENC: Sat. 7:50 A.M. (CC)

• Sneakers ’92. Robert Redford. An ex-’60s-radical computer hacker and his company are tapped for a shady black-box job. (PG-13) (2:15) HBO: Thu. 6 A.M. (CC)

• Snow Dogs ’02. Cuba Gooding Jr. A Miami dentist travels to Alaska to claim his inheritance, a mischievous team of sled dogs. (PG) (2:00) ABCFAM: Sat. 6 P.M.

• The Snows of Kilimanjaro ’52. Gregory Peck. A Hemingwayesque writer reviews the riddle of his life as he lies dying in Africa. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Wed. 9:30 P.M. (CC)

• Solaris ’02. George Clooney. A widowed psychologist arrives at a space station to investigate the unexplained behavior of a group of scientists. (PG-13) (1:45) HBO: Mon. 2:30 P.M. (CC)

• Somewhere in Time ’80. Christopher Reeve. A playwright uses self-hypnosis to find the actress whose vintage portrait hangs in a grand hotel. (PG) (1:45) MAX: Sat. 6 A.M. (CC)

• Son-in-Law ’93. Pauly Shore. A college freshman comes home to her family’s South Dakota farm, with her goofy California boyfriend. (PG-13) (2:15) CMT: Wed. 9 P.M., Thu. 4 P.M.

• Son of the Mask ’05. Jamie Kennedy. Chaos reigns when a cartoonist’s son is born with extraordinary powers and the god Loki returns to retrieve his mask. (PG) (2:00) TBS: Wed. 3 A.M. (CC)

• Songcatcher ’01. Janet McTeer. A teacher joins her sister at a school in the mountains, discovers the music of the local people, and sets out to record it. (PG-13) (2:00) HBO: Mon. 10:30 A.M. (CC)

• Sons of the Desert ’34. Stan Laurel. Stan and Ollie go to a lodge convention but tell their wives they’re going to Hawaii. (NR) (1:15) TCM: Tue. 8 P.M.

• Sorority Row ’09. Briana Evigan. The body count rises as a group of sorority sisters begin receiving messages from a friend whose death they covered up a year earlier. (R) (2:00) TMC: Sun. 8 P.M. (CC)

• A Sound of Thunder ’05. Edward Burns. A scientist and an inventor must save mankind when a time traveler inadvertently alters the history of evolution. (PG-13) (2:00) SYFY: Mon. 8 A.M.

• South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut ’99. Voices of Trey Parker. Animated. Kyle, Stan and Cartman orchestrate a resistance to an imminent war between Canada and the United States. (R) (1:45) COMEDY: Sat. 2 A.M. (CC)

• The Special Relationship ’10. Michael Sheen. British Prime Minister Tony Blair forges a loyal friendship with President Bill Clinton. (NR) (1:30) HBO: Fri. 2:15 P.M. (CC)

• Speed ’94. Keanu Reeves. A SWAT team ace must keep the speed of a Santa Monica bus above 50 mph, or a madman’s bomb will explode. (R) (2:00) ENC: Tue. 12:35 P.M., 1:15 A.M., Sat. 2:35 P.M., 1 A.M. (CC)

• Spider-Man 2 ’04. Tobey Maguire. Tormented Peter Parker battles a sinister scientist who uses mechanical tentacles for destructive purposes. (PG-13) (2:15) HBO: Tue. noon, Sat. 5:45 P.M. (CC)

• Spies Like Us ’85. Chevy Chase. Two clumsy bureaucrats are trained as spies, then sent to Pakistan to create a diversion. (PG) (1:45) ENC: Fri. 9 A.M. (CC)

• Spinning Into Butter ’07. Sarah Jessica Parker. A dean deals with a racial incident at a Vermont college. (R) (1:30) SHO: Fri. 6:35 A.M., 5:30 A.M.

• The Spirit ’08. Gabriel Macht. A ghostlike crime fighter faces a villain known as the Octopus, whose aim is to destroy Central City while searching for the secret to immortality. (PG-13) (1:45) TMC: Mon. 9:30 A.M., 8 P.M.

• Splintered ’08. Holly Weston. A man imprisons a teenager to protect her from a legendary beast that roams the Welsh countryside. (NR) (1:35) TMC: Mon. 1 P.M. (CC)

• Spy Game ’01. Robert Redford. A CIA agent tries to rescue his one-time protege who awaits execution in a Chinese prison. (R) (2:15) STZ: Thu. 5 A.M. (CC)

• Spy Hard ’96. Leslie Nielsen. A bumbling secret agent and his lovely partner try to foil a madman’s world-takeover scheme. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Thu. 3 A.M. (CC)

• Starship Troopers ’97. Casper Van Dien. Members of Earth’s space fleet battle a vicious army of gigantic insects bent on destroying humanity. (R) (2:15) ENC: Sun. 10:05 P.M., Thu. 3:35 P.M., 12:30 A.M. (CC)

• Starsky & Hutch ’04. Ben Stiller. Thrown together as partners, two detectives investigate a cocaine dealer suspected of murder. (PG-13) (1:45) MAX: Fri. 6:45 P.M. (CC)

• Staten Island ’09. Ethan Hawke. The lives of three residents of Staten Island intersect as they try to get ahead. (R) (1:40) SHO: Sun. 4:05 A.M. (CC)

• The Stepfather ’09. Dylan Walsh. A young man becomes increasingly suspicious that his mother’s new lover is concealing an evil side. (PG-13) (1:45) ENC: Tue. 4:35 P.M., 5:10 A.M. (CC)

• Stick It ’06. Jeff Bridges. A final brush with the law sends a teenage gymnast to a legendary coach’s elite academy, where her rebellious attitude makes her both friends and enemies. (PG-13) (2:00) USA: Thu. 2 A.M. (CC)

• Stolen Hours ’63. Susan Hayward. Told she is dying, an English jet-setter marries her doctor and has the best year of her life. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Tue. 2 P.M.

• Stoned ’05. Leo Gregory. The manager of the Rolling Stones hires Frank Thorogood to keep an eye on former band member Brian Jones, but weeks later and under mysterious circumstances, Jones drowns in a swimming pool. (R) (1:45) SHO: Mon. 2:30 A.M. (CC)

• Strange Wilderness ’08. Steve Zahn. The hosts of a TV wildlife program hope to save their show from cancellation by finding the legendary Bigfoot. (R) (2:00) COMEDY: Sun. 10:30 A.M. (CC)

• Sugar Hill ’74. Marki Bey. Baron Samedi summons the undead with voodoo to help a woman fight killer gangsters. (PG) (2:05) MAX: Wed. 4:10 P.M. (CC)

• Suicide Girls Must Die ’10. (R) (1:30) SHO: Fri. 11:15 P.M. (CC)

• Summer Rental ’85. John Candy. A stressed air-traffic controller takes his family to Florida and makes a fool of himself. (PG) (2:00) AMC: Mon. 3:30 A.M. (CC)

• Sunshine Cleaning ’08. Amy Adams. Hoping to create a better life for herself and her son, a cleaning woman starts a crime-scene-cleanup business with her unreliable sister. (R) (1:35) ENC: Tue. 8 P.M. (CC)

• Super Troopers ’01. Jay Chandrasekhar. Five state troopers try to stop a group of drug dealers in order to save their careers. (R) (1:45) MAX: Tue. 4:15 P.M., Sat. 9:30 A.M. (CC)

• Supergator ’07. Brad Johnson. Geologists encounter a giant alligator while investigating an active volcano in Hawaii. (NR) (2:00) SYFY: Sat. 1 P.M.

• Superman III ’83. Christopher Reeve. Ersatz kryptonite laced with tobacco tar splits Superman in two: good Clark Kent and bad Man of Steel. (PG) (2:10) ENC: Fri. 3:05 P.M. (CC)

• Swordfish ’01. John Travolta. A spy working for the CIA forces a computer hacker, who was recently released from prison, to help steal unused government funds. (R) (2:00) AMC: Tue. 3 P.M.

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• Take ’07. Minnie Driver. Several years after their lives met in tragedy, a single mother and a gambling addict must reconcile with the past. (R) (1:40) TMC: Fri. 11:45 A.M., 8 P.M.

• The Taking of Pelham 123 ’09. Denzel Washington. A subway dispatcher calls on his extensive knowledge of the transit system to outwit hijackers who are threatening to kill passengers unless a ransom is paid. (R) (1:50) STZ: Sun. 4:25 P.M., 11 P.M. (CC)

• The Tale of Despereaux ’08. Voices of Matthew Broderick. Animated. In the faraway kingdom of Dor, a misfit mouse must find his inner knight in order to rescue a kidnapped princess. (G) (1:30) HBO: Fri. 11 A.M. (CC)

• Tales From the Crypt Presents Demon Knight ’95. Billy Zane. The crypt-keeper spins the tale of demons descending upon a boarding house and its residents. (R) (1:35) HBO: Sun. 4:25 A.M. (CC)

• Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby ’06. Will Ferrell. NASCAR driver Ricky Bobby faces his greatest challenge ever when French Formula One driver Jean Girard roars onto the scene. (NR) (2:00) TBS: Sat. 10 P.M. (CC)

• Taxi, Mister ’43. William Bendix. The owner of a cab company tries to foil a racketeer. (NR) (1:00) TCM: Wed. 7 P.M.

• Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ’90. Judith Hoag. The four superturtles team up with a TV newswoman and her boyfriend against the ninja Foot Clan. (PG) (1:40) MAX: Wed. 6 A.M. (CC)

• Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze ’91. Paige Turco. The four superturtles and their newswoman friend meet Tokka and Rahzar, Shredder’s new mutant monsters. (PG) (1:30) HBO: Fri. 6:30 A.M. (CC)

• Tennessee ’08. Adam Rothenberg. Brothers go in search of their estranged father in the hope that he can be a bone-marrow donor. (R) (1:45) SHO: Wed. 6:30 A.M. (CC)

• Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines ’03. Arnold Schwarzenegger. A cyborg from the future must protect John Connor from a superior model sent to kill him. (R) (2:02) USA: Sat. 10 A.M. (CC)

• There Goes My Heart ’38. Fredric March. A reporter finds a runaway heiress working as a salesgirl in a department store she owns. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Tue. 12:15 A.M.

• This Boy’s Life ’93. Robert De Niro. In 1950s Seattle, a rebellious youth locks horns with his new stepfather. Based on Tobias Wolff’s book. (R) (2:00) ENC: Wed. 9:15 A.M. (CC)

• Tide of Empire ’29. Ren??e Ador??e. Silent. Based on Peter B. Kyne’s novel about the days of gold-seekers and outlaws as California became part of America. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Sun. 12:30 A.M.

• The Time Traveler’s Wife ’09. Rachel McAdams. The unusual genetic makeup of a librarian causes him to travel back and forth through time, so that he and his beloved are always out of sync. (PG-13) (2:00) HBO: Mon. 6 P.M., Thu. 10 A.M. (CC)

• To Be or Not to Be ’42. Carole Lombard. Husband-and-wife troupers must act fast to fool Nazis in Poland. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Fri. 12:30 P.M.

• To Walk With Lions ’99. Richard Harris. A young man comes to work at a rehabilitation compound for zoo lions in East Africa where he meets George Adamson. (PG-13) (1:55) SHO: Thu. 4:40 A.M.

• Toe to Toe ’09. Louisa Krause. Senior lacrosse players, a privileged white girl and a poor black girl, have an edgy friendship. (NR) (1:45) SHO: Mon. noon, Fri. 2 P.M. (CC)

• Tom Thumb ’58. Russ Tamblyn. A forest queen rewards a woodcutter and his wife with a son just shy of six inches high. (G) (1:45) TCM: Thu. 4:30 A.M. (CC)

• Toolbox Murders ’04. Angela Bettis. Newlyweds move into a decrepit apartment building where a killer is targeting tenants. (R) (2:00) SYFY: Thu. 11 P.M. (CC)

• Top Secret Affair ’57. Susan Hayward. A publisher uses her magazine and charm to derail a general on the Washington fast track. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Tue. 12:15 P.M.

• Topper ’37. Cary Grant. The ghosts of socialites George and Marion decide to help their friend, banker Cosmo Topper. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Tue. 10:30 P.M. (CC)

• Topper Returns ’41. Roland Young. A girl’s ghost wants Cosmo Topper to find the hooded man who stabbed her but meant to stab her friend. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Wed. 2:45 P.M.

• Topper Takes a Trip ’39. Constance Bennett. A ghostly socialite helps a man on the Riviera. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Wed. 10 A.M. (CC)

• Total Recall ’90. Arnold Schwarzenegger. Recurring nightmares of the planet Mars lead a confused earthling into the center of an intergalactic conspiracy. (R) (2:30) SYFY: Sun. 6:30 P.M., Mon. 2:30 P.M. (CC)

• The Tournament ’09. Robert Carlyle. Top assassins gather for a competition where the last one alive wins a cash prize. (R) (1:45) TMC: Tue. 9:30 P.M.

• Tournament of Dreams ’07. Tony Todd. With help from their coach, girls try to save their high-school basketball program from budget cuts. (NR) (2:00) BET: Fri. 1 P.M., 1 A.M.

• Trading Places ’83. Dan Aykroyd. Sporting billionaire brothers reverse the roles of a Wall Street commodities broker and a street hustler. (R) (2:30) COMEDY: Fri. 3 P.M., Sat. 9:30 A.M. (CC)

• Training Day ’01. Denzel Washington. A rookie cop meets a corrupt Los Angeles narcotics officer who wants to include him in his schemes. (R) (2:15) TNT: Sat. 8 P.M. (CC)

• Training Day ’01. Denzel Washington. A rookie cop meets a corrupt Los Angeles narcotics officer who wants to include him in his schemes. (R) (2:30) TBS: Sat. 2 A.M.

• Transamerica ’05. Felicity Huffman. A preoperative transsexual and his troubled son drive from New York to Los Angeles. (R) (1:45) HBO: Sun. 2:40 A.M. (CC)

• Trouble in Paradise ’32. Miriam Hopkins. A suave thief and his chic partner target a rich Paris widow. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Fri. 6:30 P.M.

• True Grit ’69. John Wayne. One-eyed Marshal “Rooster” Cogburn and a Texas Ranger help a girl find her father’s killer. (G) (3:00) AMC: Fri. 11 P.M., Sat. 2 P.M. (CC)

• True Lies ’94. Arnold Schwarzenegger. A Washington wife discovers her computer-salesman husband is a spy out to stop nuclear terrorists. (R) (3:00) AMC: Sun. 3 P.M., Tue. 5 P.M., Wed. noon (CC)

• True Romance ’93. Christian Slater. A Detroit comic-book store clerk and his floozy wife flee to Hollywood with a suitcase full of mob cocaine. (R) (2:00) ENC: Mon. 10:05 P.M. (CC)

• The Truth ’09. John Heard. A couple with dark secrets are taken hostage inside their home by an intruder they may both know. (NR) (1:40) SHO: Thu. 3 A.M. (CC)

• Tunes of Glory ’60. Alec Guinness. An aristocrat replaces a bootstrap colonel as commander of a Scottish regiment after World War II. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Fri. 8 P.M.

• Turnabout ’40. Adolphe Menjou. An ancient god, sitting on a mantel, swaps the bodies of a bickering adman and his wife. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Tue. 3 A.M.

• 12 Rounds ’09. John Cena. A cop must navigate through an elaborate series of traps and puzzles to save his kidnapped fiancee from a vengeful criminal. (PG-13) (1:50) MAX: Sun. 3:45 P.M. (CC)

• 28 Days ’00. Sandra Bullock. When a court order sends a New York journalist to a rehabilitation center for substance abusers, she meets a ballplayer. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Sun. 6:30 A.M. (CC)

• The 25th Hour ’67. Anthony Quinn. A Romanian peasant is mislabeled a Jew and separated from his wife and family during World War II. (NR) (2:00) FX: Sun. midnight, Mon. noon.

• Twilight ’08. Kristen Stewart. A high-school student is caught up in a romance with a vampire, whose family has renounced the drinking of blood. (PG-13) (2:00) SHO: Wed. 6 P.M.

• The Twilight Saga: New Moon ’09. Kristen Stewart. After the abrupt departure of Edward, Bella develops a deep friendship with Jacob and is drawn into the world of werewolves. (PG-13) (2:15) SHO: Fri. 9 P.M. (CC)

• Two Family House ’00. Michael Rispoli. An ambitious married dreamer secretly helps an abandoned single mother in 1950s Staten Island. (R) (1:50) TMC: Fri. 3 P.M. (CC)

• 2 Fast 2 Furious ’03. Paul Walker. A former policeman and his friend work with a U.S. Customs agent to indict a launderer in Miami. (PG-13) (1:55) STZ: Fri. 9:10 A.M., 6:15 P.M., 1:40 A.M. (CC)

• Two Lovers ’08. Joaquin Phoenix. A man juggles relationships with an honest, loving young woman and a manipulative neighbor who has a married boyfriend. (R) (2:00) SHO: Wed. 8:15 A.M., Sat. 9:30 A.M. (CC)

• Two Minute Warning ’76. Charlton Heston. A police captain and a SWAT sergeant try to stop a sniper perched above the scoreboard in a packed football stadium. (R) (2:00) MAX: Mon. 3:05 A.M. (CC)

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• Underdog ’07. Voices of Jason Lee. A canine superhero must save the day when an evil scientist and his enormous henchman threaten the citizens of Capitol City. (PG) (2:00) TOON: Sat. 7 P.M.

• Unfaithful ’02. Richard Gere. A man becomes increasingly distraught after he discovers his wife is having an affair with a Frenchman. (R) (2:05) MAX: Thu. 4 P.M. (CC)

• Unforgiven ’92. Clint Eastwood. An old gunslinger, his ex-partner and a quick-draw kid go bounty hunting in a town called Big Whiskey. (R) (3:00) CMT: Sun. 6 P.M., 11:30 P.M.

• The Uninvited ’09. Elizabeth Banks. A ghost prompts a lethal battle of wills between a man’s new fiancee and his two daughters, one of whom has just returned from a mental ward. (PG-13) (1:30) HBO: Tue. 10:30 A.M., Fri. 9:30 A.M., 3:45 P.M. (CC)

• Up ’09. Voices of Ed Asner. Animated. A 78-year-old balloon salesman ties thousands of balloons to his house and flies to South America, but discovers too late a young stowaway aboard. (PG) (1:40) ENC: Sat. 6:10 A.M., 6:20 P.M., 5 A.M. (CC)

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• Valentine’s Day ’10. Jessica Alba. A diverse group of Los Angeles residents wends its way through love, romance and heartbreak over the course of a single day. (PG-13) (2:15) HBO: Sun. 3 P.M., 11 P.M., Wed. 10:30 A.M., 7:45 P.M., Sat. 8 A.M., 3:30 P.M. (CC)

• Valentino: The Last Emperor ’08. The life of a legendary fashion designer. (PG-13) (1:45) SHO: Mon. 7:15 A.M., Fri. 8:05 A.M. (CC)

• The Velveteen Rabbit ’07. Jane Seymour. Live action/animated. Longing to be real, a stuffed bunny gives comfort to a lonely boy. (G) (1:30) TMC: Wed. 7:35 A.M. (CC)

• The Village Barbershop ’08. John Ratzenberger. After the unexpected death of his business partner, a cantankerous Reno barber must hire a woman or risk losing his business. (R) (1:40) TMC: Tue. 11:30 A.M.

• Virgin Territory ’07. Hayden Christensen. Young Florentines tell stories while avoiding the Black Plague ravaging their city. (R) (1:40) TMC: Sun. 1:25 A.M. (CC)

• Voyeur: The Motion Picture ’03. Jessica Drake. A young woman spies on unsuspecting lovers, including an ex-porn star, a collegian and a handyman. (NR) (1:25) TMC: Tue. 3:05 A.M. (CC)

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• W. ’08. Josh Brolin. George W. Bush transforms himself from a ne’er-do-well son of privilege to president of the United States. (PG-13) (2:10) TMC: Wed. 9:05 A.M., 5:45 P.M., Sat. 4:40 A.M. (CC)

• Waitress ’07. Keri Russell. A pregnant waitress is caught between her controlling husband and the new town doctor, with whom she is having a steamy affair. (PG-13) (2:30) LIFE: Sun. 2:30 P.M. (CC)

• Waking Up in Reno ’02. Billy Bob Thornton. A married man has an affair with his best friend’s wife while both couples travel from Arkansas to Nevada. (R) (1:35) ENC: Mon. 3:10 P.M. (CC)

• War ’07. Jet Li. A federal agent seeks revenge on an elusive assassin after his partner and family are killed, but the target ignites a war between rival Asian mobsters. (R) (2:02) USA: Sat. 4:32 P.M. (CC)

• War Eagle, Arkansas ’08. Luke Grimes. A teen must choose between a possible career in baseball, or remaining behind with his lifelong best friend. (PG-13) (1:45) SHO: Mon. 5:45 A.M. (CC)

• War Games: The Dead Code ’08. Matt Lanter. Government officials track a computer whiz after the teen plays a terrorist-attack simulator game. (PG-13) (1:45) HBO: Sun. 6:45 A.M., Thu. 8:15 A.M., 6 P.M. (CC)

• The Warrior Class ’04. Anson Mount. A young lawyer gets mixed up with a gangster and a drug-addicted witness. (NR) (1:55) TMC: Sun. 11:30 P.M. (CC)

• Watchmen ’09. Billy Crudup. After his former colleague is murdered, a masked vigilante uncovers a plot to discredit and destroy the world’s superheroes. (R) (3:05) MAX: Wed. 11:45 A.M. (CC)

• Way Out West ’37. Stan Laurel. Greenhorns Stan and Ollie go to Brushwood Gulch with a gold-mine deed and get a bum steer. (G) (1:15) TCM: Tue. 4:30 A.M. (CC)

• Wayne’s World 2 ’93. Mike Myers. The world’s best roadie helps goofy Wayne and Garth organize a rock concert called Waynestock. (PG-13) (2:00) COMEDY: Thu. 3:30 P.M., Fri. 11 A.M. (CC)

• What a Girl Wants ’03. Amanda Bynes. A vivacious teenager leaves New York in order to meet her estranged father in London. (PG) (2:30) ABCFAM: Sun. 10 A.M.

• What Women Want ’00. Mel Gibson. A freak accident gives a Chicago advertising executive the ability to read women’s minds. (PG-13) (2:30) TBS: Sun. 5:30 P.M., 12:30 A.M. (CC)

• When in Rome ’10. Kristen Bell. Magic coins bring an assortment of odd suitors to a disillusioned woman, but a persistent reporter may hold the promise of real romance. (PG-13) (1:35) STZ: Wed. 9:25 A.M., 6:35 P.M., 3:35 A.M., Sat. 12:10 P.M., 7:25 P.M., 4:30 A.M. (CC)

• Where Love Has Gone ’64. Susan Hayward. A divorced couple’s teenage daughter stands trial for stabbing her mother’s latest lover. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Tue. 3:45 P.M.

• Where the Heart Is ’00. Natalie Portman. The boyfriend of a pregnant teenager leaves her broke and abandoned in Oklahoma, where she begins living secretly at Wal-Mart. (PG-13) (2:30) WE: Fri. 8 P.M. (CC)

• Whip It ’09. Ellen Page. Stifled in her mother’s world of beauty pageants and conformity, a rebellious teen finds purpose and liberation in the ranks of a Texas roller-derby team. (PG-13) (1:55) MAX: Wed. 9:50 A.M. (CC)

• The White Ribbon ’09. Christian Friedel. An undercurrent of malice runs through a German village, as a series of misfortunes plagues its citizens in the year before the outbreak of World War I. (R) (2:30) STZ: Mon. 2:40 A.M. (CC)

• The Wild Bunch ’69. William Holden. An outlaw and his gang, on the run from the Mexican Army and bounty hunters, plot to rob a United States Army train. (R) (2:30) TCM: Sat. 3 A.M. (CC)

• Wildcats ’86. Goldie Hawn. A famous coach’s daughter coaches boys football at a city high school patrolled by dogs. (R) (1:50) ENC: Mon. 11:15 A.M. (CC)

• Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory ’71. Gene Wilder. A poor boy and his grandfather win a tour through the marvelous factory of a wily confectioner. (G) (2:30) ABCFAM: Sat. 1 P.M.

• Win a Date With Tad Hamilton! ’04. Kate Bosworth. Secretly in love with his friend, a supermarket manager becomes jealous when she meets a famous actor. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Fri. 2 A.M. (CC)

• Win a Date With Tad Hamilton! ’04. Kate Bosworth. Secretly in love with his friend, a supermarket manager becomes jealous when she meets a famous actor. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Sat. 9:20 A.M.

• Wise Blood ’79. Brad Dourif. Flannery O’Connor’s Hazel Motes becomes the Deep South evangelist of a church without Christ. (PG) (2:00) TCM: Mon. 4 A.M.

• Without a Paddle ’04. Seth Green. Three childhood friends embark on a canoe trip to find a plane hijacker’s stash of money. (PG-13) (2:00) SPIKE: Sun. 9 A.M.

• The Wolf Man ’41. Lon Chaney Jr. Bitten by a werewolf, an aristocrat grows fangs, fur and a muzzle, then begs his father for help. (NR) (1:45) AMC: Fri. 4:15 A.M. (CC)

• The Wolfman ’10. Benicio Del Toro. A nobleman contends with an ancient curse, scouring his childhood homeland for his missing brother, while a bloodthirsty beast prowls the moors. (R) (1:45) MAX: Sun. noon, 1:15 A.M. (CC)

• The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm ’62. Laurence Harvey. The German brothers’ story bridges fairy tales: “The Dancing Princess,” “The Cobbler and the Elves,” “The Singing Bone.” (G) (2:45) TCM: Fri. 6:15 A.M. (CC)

• World’s Greatest Dad ’09. Robin Williams. A high-school poetry teacher is also a single father and dreams of becoming a successful writer, but a freak accident leads to both tragedy and opportunity. (R) (1:40) SHO: Sun. 1:20 P.M. (CC)

• The World’s Greatest Lover ’77. Gene Wilder. An ambitious but neurotic baker sets out in 1926 to become a Hollywood studio’s rival to Rudolph Valentino. (PG) (1:30) MAX: Wed. 5 A.M. (CC)

• Wyatt Earp ’94. Kevin Costner. The portrait traces him from Southern boy to Western lawman defending boomtowns with his brothers and Doc Holliday. (PG-13) (4:30) AMC: Sat. 1 A.M. (CC)

X

• X-Men: The Last Stand ’06. Hugh Jackman. An all-out war looms when the discovery of a cure for mutations draws a line between the followers of Charles Xavier and those of Magneto. (PG-13) (3:00) FX: Sun. noon.

• XXX ’02. Vin Diesel. A government agent recruits an athlete to stop an anarchist from using biological and chemical weapons. (PG-13) (2:10) ENC: Thu. 9:10 A.M., 8 P.M. (CC)

Y

• Year One ’09. Jack Black. Two lazy primitives begin an epic journey through the ancient world after they are banished from their village. (PG-13) (1:40) STZ: Tue. 6:40 A.M., 5:20 P.M., 2:20 A.M., Sat. 2:35 A.M. (CC)

• You Kill Me ’07. Ben Kingsley. An alcoholic assassin heads west to dry out and lands a job in a mortuary, where he meets a relative of one of his many victims. (R) (1:35) TMC: Fri. 10 P.M. (CC)

• Youth in Revolt ’09. Michael Cera. A pretentious teenager invents a French alter ego in the hope of finding his way into the heart, and bed, of a pretty neighbor. (R) (1:30) TMC: Wed. 10 P.M., Sat. 7:30 P.M.

• You’ve Got Mail ’98. Tom Hanks. Professional rivalry threatens to thwart romance when anonymous e-mail pals meet each other. (PG) (2:30) TBS: Sun. 1 P.M. (CC)

Z

• Zenobia ’39. Oliver Hardy. A lovable elephant attempts to repay a doctor’s kindness by following the frustrated physician everywhere he goes. (NR) (1:15) TCM: Tue. 1:45 A.M.

• Zombieland ’09. Woody Harrelson. Survivors of a zombie apocalypse use creative means to dispatch the undead as they make their way toward a rumored safe haven in Los Angeles. (R) (1:35) STZ: Thu. 10:10 A.M., 9 P.M., 3:25 A.M. (CC)

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ALPHABETICAL LISTING

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• Ace Ventura Jr.: Pet Detective ’09. Josh Flitter. The son of a supersleuth comes to the rescue when his mother is the prime suspect in the kidnapping of a baby panda. (PG) (2:00) CMT: Sat. 6 P.M.

• Adam Sandler’s Eight Crazy Nights ’02. Voices of Adam Sandler. Animated. During Hanukkah, a temperamental lout drinks, gets in trouble with the law and performs community service. (PG-13) (1:15) MAX: Sun. 3:30 P.M. (CC)

• Adopt a Sailor ’08. Bebe Neuwirth. A self-centered couple adopts a sailor during Fleet Week. (NR) (1:25) SHO: Wed. 9 A.M., Fri. 5:35 A.M. (CC)

• Adopted ’09. Pauly Shore. Pauly Shore travels to Africa to try to adopt a child. (R) (1:30) SHO: Fri. 1 P.M., 4:10 A.M. (CC)

• Adventureland ’09. Jesse Eisenberg. A college grad takes a lowly job at an amusement park after his parents refuse to fund his long-anticipated trip to Europe. (R) (1:55) SHO: Thu. 6:05 P.M. (CC)

• The Adventures of Mark Twain ’44. Fredric March. Missouri boy Samuel Clemens goes from steamboat pilot to newsman to novelist and traveling lecturer. (NR) (2:30) TCM: Sat. 6 A.M. (CC)

• Airplane! ’80. Robert Hays. A pilot afraid to fly follows his stewardess ex-girlfriend and must take over for the poisoned crew. (PG) (2:00) AMC: Mon. 11:30 A.M., 1 A.M. (CC)

• Airplane II: The Sequel ’82. Robert Hays. The first commercial space shuttle has loony Ted and his former girlfriend bound for the moon. (PG) (2:00) AMC: Mon. 3 A.M., Thu. 9 A.M. (CC)

• Akeelah and the Bee ’06. Laurence Fishburne. Akeelah, an 11-year-old girl living in South Los Angeles, discovers she has a talent for spelling, which she hopes will take her to the National Spelling Bee. (PG) (2:00) LIFE: Mon. 2:30 P.M. (CC)

• Alien Sex Files 3: Sex Wars ’08. Wild encounters await kinky beauties. (NR) (1:30) MAX: Fri. 12:20 A.M. (CC)

• All About the Benjamins ’02. Ice Cube. A bounty hunter and a con artist work together to retrieve a lottery ticket from a group of diamond thieves. (R) (1:40) STZ: Mon. 10:35 A.M., 5:35 P.M., 2:30 A.M. (CC)

• All Hat ’07. Keith Carradine. An ex-convict tries to stop a developer from buying farmland to build a golf course. (R) (1:35) TMC: Mon. 3:20 P.M., Thu. 1:15 P.M.

• Along Came Polly ’04. Ben Stiller. A man finds solace with another woman after his wife cheats on him during their honeymoon. (PG-13) (2:00) ABCFAM: Tue. 8 P.M.

• Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel ’09. Zachary Levi. Now in the care of Dave Seville’s nephew Toby, chipmunks Alvin, Simon and Theodore enter a battle of the bands contest to save their school’s music program. (PG) (1:30) MAX: Sun. 8:30 P.M., Mon. 10 P.M., Wed. 8:30 P.M. (CC)

• Angels & Demons ’09. Tom Hanks. Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon joins forces with an Italian scientist to prevent an ancient brotherhood’s plot against the Vatican from coming to fruition. (PG-13) (2:20) ENC: Sat. 5:40 P.M., 3 A.M. (CC)

• Anything but Love ’02. Isabel Rose. A cabaret singer dreams of a glamorous lifestyle, while torn between a high-school heartthrob and a pianist. (PG-13) (1:45) ENC: Mon. 8:05 A.M. (CC)

• Anywhere but Here ’99. Susan Sarandon. The relationship between a teen and her mother evolves when they move from a small Midwest town to Los Angeles. (PG-13) (2:00) LIFE: Mon. 7 P.M. (CC)

• Appaloosa ’08. Ed Harris. The arrival of an attractive widow complicates the attempts of two lawmen to bring a malevolent rancher to justice. (R) (2:00) HBO: Tue. 4:50 A.M. (CC)

• Armored ’09. Matt Dillon. Armored-truck guards turn against one another after their plan to rob their company goes terribly awry. (PG-13) (1:30) STZ: Tue. 12:50 A.M., Wed. 5:35 P.M., Fri. 2 A.M., Sat. 3:50 P.M. (CC)

• Assassination of a High School President ’08. Mischa Barton. A high-school reporter probes the theft of the school’s SAT exams and wrongly identifies the class president as the culprit. (R) (1:40) STZ: Thu. 4:30 A.M. (CC)

• Asylum ’08. Sarah Roemer. Six students discover that their dorm was once a hospital for lobotomizing teens. (R) (1:35) HBO: Mon. 1:25 A.M. (CC)

• Austin Powers in Goldmember ’02. Mike Myers. Austin must rescue his captive father and prevent Dr. Evil’s malevolent minions from taking over the world. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Sun. 12:15 P.M. (CC)

• Auto Focus ’02. Greg Kinnear. Based on the life and mysterious murder of actor Bob Crane. (R) (1:50) MAX: Fri. 1:50 A.M. (CC)

B

• Babe: Pig in the City ’98. Magda Szubanski. A farmer’s wife and her young porker are detained in a city rooming house with a menagerie. Live action/animatronics. (G) (1:40) HBO: Wed. 6:50 A.M. (CC)

• Baby Boom ’87. Diane Keaton. A Manhattan career woman with a live-in boyfriend suddenly inherits a baby girl and moves to Vermont. (PG) (2:30) AMC: Mon. 9 A.M. (CC)

• Backdraft ’91. Kurt Russell. Two brothers fight each other and an outbreak of arson as Chicago firefighters. (R) (2:20) MAX: Fri. 3:40 A.M. (CC)

• Backfire ’87. Karen Allen. The wife of a rich Vietnam veteran plots with her lover, and with a stranger who becomes her lover. (R) (1:35) TMC: Fri. 4 A.M.

• Bad Company ’02. Anthony Hopkins. A veteran CIA agent transforms a street-wise punk into a spy in order to replace his murdered twin. (PG-13) (2:00) STZ: Thu. 7:05 A.M., 7 P.M. (CC)

• The Bad Seed ’56. Nancy Kelly. A mother suspects her child’s evil behavior is inherited. (NR) (2:15) TCM: Fri. 3:45 A.M. (CC)

• Badlands ’73. Martin Sheen. A thrill-seeking teenage girl joins a garbageman on a South Dakota killing spree. (PG) (2:00) TCM: Wed. 8 P.M.

• Barbershop 2: Back in Business ’04. Ice Cube. The owner of a barbershop faces pressure from a corporation that is opening establishments in his neighborhood. (PG-13) (2:15) COMEDY: Mon. 11:15 A.M. (CC)

• Batman & Robin ’97. Arnold Schwarzenegger. Batgirl joins the caped crusaders to stop Mr. Freeze and Poison Ivy from wreaking revenge upon the world. (PG-13) (2:45) TNT: Fri. 1 A.M. (CC)

• The Beast With Five Fingers ’46. Robert Alda. A crawling hand chases a late concert pianist’s personal secretary around an Italian villa. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Fri. 9 A.M. (CC)

• A Beautiful Mind ’01. Russell Crowe. Mathematics genius John Forbes Nash Jr. has paranoid schizophrenia but becomes a Nobel laureate late in life. (PG-13) (2:15) HBO: Fri. noon (CC)

• Bedrooms ’10. Jordan Belfi. Four stories about relationships feature troubled married couples, two older lovers and a divorced mom. (NR) (1:25) TMC: Sun. 2:35 A.M., Wed. 4:30 A.M. (CC)

• Before and After ’96. Meryl Streep. A Massachusetts man destroys evidence after his teen son is arrested for a girlfriend’s murder. (PG-13) (1:55) ENC: Wed. 4:20 P.M. (CC)

• Behind Enemy Lines ’01. Owen Wilson. A Navy admiral orders the rescue of a fighter pilot after the Serbs shoot down his plane in Bosnia. (PG-13) (1:45) MAX: Sun. 8 A.M. (CC)

• Belly ’98. Nas. Two young friends involved in organized crime and drug dealing find that their priorities differ. (R) (2:00) BET: Sat. 9 P.M. (CC)

• Belly 2: Millionaire Boyz Club ’08. The Game. An ex-convict falls for a policewoman while trying to readjust to life. (R) (2:00) BET: Sat. 11 P.M. (CC)

• Below ’02. Matthew Davis. Mysterious events occur aboard a submarine after its crew rescues three survivors from a sunken ship during World War II. (R) (1:50) ENC: Thu. 4 P.M. (CC)

• Below the Beltway ’10. Tate Donovan. A political operative tries to expose a decade-old sex scandal that involves a U.S. senator. (NR) (1:45) SHO: Mon. 9:15 A.M. (CC)

• The Benchwarmers ’06. David Spade. A millionaire helps three nerdy buddies form a baseball team to compete against all the mean Little Leaguers. (PG-13) (2:00) FX: Wed. 5 P.M., Thu. 10 A.M.

• Beneath the 12-Mile Reef ’53. Robert Wagner. A Greek sponge diver in Florida loves the daughter of a rival family of Key West sponge hookers. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Fri. 6 P.M.

• Best Foot Forward ’43. Lucille Ball. A Hollywood star agrees, as a publicity gimmick, to be queen of a military-school prom. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Sun. 6 A.M. (CC)

• The Betrayed ’08. Melissa George. Kidnappers force a young mother to recover money stolen by her shady husband. (NR) (1:45) HBO: Tue. 9:30 A.M., 6:45 P.M. (CC)

• Big ’88. Tom Hanks. A wishing machine turns a boy into a 35-year-old man with a fun job and a girlfriend. (PG) (2:30) WE: Fri. 2:30 P.M. (CC)

• Big Bad Love ’01. Arliss Howard. A troubled Vietnam veteran turns to alcohol over the frustration of writing woes and being estranged from his wife. (R) (1:50) TMC: Sun. 10:20 A.M., Sat. 1:50 P.M. (CC)

• The Big Bounce ’04. Owen Wilson. A seductive woman asks for the help of a drifter who works for a judge to double-cross a shady developer. (PG-13) (2:00) USA: Sun. 1 A.M. (CC)

• Black Beauty ’71. Mark Lester. A film based on Anna Sewell’s novel tells about an ebony horse and its treatment at the hands of different owners. (G) (1:50) TMC: Tue. 8:40 A.M. (CC)

• Black Hand ’50. Gene Kelly. A lawyer’s son and a policeman fight New York mobsters, circa 1900. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Fri. 4:15 P.M. (CC)

• Black Mask ’96. Jet Li. Disguised as a mild-mannered librarian, a kung fu master strikes against Hong Kong villains bidding for power. (R) (2:00) FX: Mon. 8 A.M.

• Black Sheep ’96. Chris Farley. To head off political embarrassment, the aide of a gubernatorial candidate shepherds his boss’s uncouth brother. (PG-13) (2:00) COMEDY: Wed. 3:30 P.M., Thu. 11 A.M. (CC)

• Black Swarm ’07. Robert Englund. Deadly wasps wreak havoc on a small town. (NR) (2:00) SYFY: Wed. 3 A.M. (CC)

• Blade ’98. Wesley Snipes. A man with vampire blood and his mortal partner hunt a rebel vampire and his coterie of undead. (R) (2:30) FX: Mon. noon, Tue. 10 A.M.

• Blade II ’02. Wesley Snipes. Blade forms an alliance with a band of hardened enemies in order to battle powerful vampires. (R) (2:00) STZ: Fri. midnight, Sat. 10:10 A.M., 5:30 P.M. (CC)

• Blame It on Rio ’83. Michael Caine. A middle-aged coffee broker eyes his partner’s nubile teenage daughter on vacation in Brazil. (R) (1:40) MAX: Sun. 3:40 A.M. (CC)

• The Blind Side ’09. Sandra Bullock. A well-to-do white family takes in a homeless black teen and helps him realize his potential on and off the football field. (PG-13) (2:10) MAX: Sat. 10 P.M., 4:10 A.M. (CC)

• BloodRayne 2: Deliverance ’07. Natassia Malthe. Beautiful Rayne teams with demon hunters to save a Western town from a gang of vampiric cowboys led by Billy the Kid. (NR) (2:00) SYFY: Sun. 1:30 A.M. (CC)

• Bloody Birthday ’81. Susan Strasberg. As their 10th birthday approaches, three children, born prematurely during a complete solar eclipse, turn murderous. (R) (1:30) TCM: Fri. 2:15 A.M.

• Blue Crush ’02. Kate Bosworth. A maid falls for an NFL quarterback while preparing for an upcoming surfing competition in Hawaii. (PG-13) (1:50) STZ: Sun. 9:25 A.M., 4:50 P.M. (CC)

• Blue Seduction ’09. Billy Zane. A sexy young woman ensnares a middle-aged musician. (NR) (1:35) TMC: Tue. 2:45 A.M. (CC)

• Body Heat ’81. William Hurt. The steamy affair between a lawyer and a married woman unfolds into a crime of passion. (R) (1:55) ENC: Thu. 3:50 A.M. (CC)

• Bond of Silence ’10. Kim Raver. A woman seeks answers when her husband dies while trying to subdue teenage partygoers. (NR) (2:00) LIFE: Sun. 2 P.M., 11 P.M. (CC)

• The Book of Beasts ’09. Laura Harris. A princess seeks the help of Merlin the wizard to save Camelot from an evil force. (NR) (2:00) SYFY: Tue. 3 A.M. (CC)

• The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day ’09. Sean Patrick Flanery. The MacManus brothers return to Boston to avenge the murder of their priest. (R) (2:05) STZ: Thu. 2:25 A.M. (CC)

• Booty Call ’97. Jamie Foxx. Two longtime friends hope that lust will prevail during a wild double date, in a humorous look at safe sex. (R) (2:00) BET: Thu. 9 P.M., 1 A.M. (CC)

• Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan ’06. Sacha Baron Cohen. Outrageous situations occur when a popular reporter from Kazakhstan comes to the United States to film a documentary. (R) (2:30) COMEDY: Mon. 2:30 A.M. (CC)

• The Bounty Hunter ’10. Jennifer Aniston. Originally hired to track down his bail-jumping ex-wife, a bounty hunter soon finds himself on the run for his life. (PG-13) (1:55) STZ: Sat. 9 P.M. (CC)

• The Box ’09. Cameron Diaz. A husband and wife receive a simple wooden box which will grant them $1 million, but simultaneously, it will cause the death of someone elsewhere in the world. (PG-13) (2:00) MAX: Tue. 11:45 A.M. (CC)

• Boycott ’01. Jeffrey Wright. The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. leads a protest against public transportation after Rosa Parks refuses to surrender her bus seat in 1955 Montgomery, Ala. (PG) (2:30) BET: Mon. 1:30 P.M. (CC)

• The Boys Are Back ’09. Clive Owen. Still reeling from the death of his wife, a man adopts an unconventional method of raising his two sons. (PG-13) (1:45) TMC: Thu. 10 A.M., 8 P.M. (CC)

• Braless in Burbank ’09. A beautiful columnist gives advice on love. (NR) (1:20) TMC: Mon. 2 A.M. (CC)

• The Bridge on the River Kwai ’57. William Holden. A British POW colonel orders his men to build their Japanese captor a railway bridge in the jungle. (PG) (2:45) TCM: Wed. 2 A.M. (CC)

• Bringing Down the House ’03. Steve Martin. After chatting with a divorced attorney online, a prison escapee wants him to help prove her innocence. (PG-13) (2:00) COMEDY: Sun. 3 P.M. (CC)

• Bringing Up Baby ’38. Katharine Hepburn. A paleontologist loses a dinosaur bone to a dog whose heiress owner also has a pet leopard, called Baby. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Tue. 10:15 A.M. (CC)

• Broadcast News ’87. William Hurt. A reporter, a producer and an anchorman form a triangle in a TV-network news bureau. (R) (2:20) ENC: Mon. 2:10 P.M. (CC)

• Broken Blossoms ’19. Lillian Gish. Silent. A Mongolian Buddhist takes in a London boxer’s abused daughter. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Sat. 5:15 A.M.

• A Bronx Tale ’93. Robert De Niro. The son of an honest bus driver looks up to a local mob boss amid racial tension in 1960s New York. (R) (3:00) SPIKE: Mon. 9 P.M.

• Brooklyn’s Finest ’09. Richard Gere. A massive drug operation changes the lives of three conflicted police officers in one of New York’s most-violent precincts. (R) (2:20) STZ: Fri. 3:30 A.M., Sat. 1:35 P.M., 11:50 P.M. (CC)

• Brown Sugar ’02. Taye Diggs. A producer for a record company falls for his longtime friend shortly after proposing to his girlfriend. (PG-13) (2:00) MAX: Mon. 8 P.M. (CC)

• Bruce Almighty ’03. Jim Carrey. After a bad day at work, a frustrated reporter meets God, who endows him with divine powers for one week. (PG-13) (2:00) ABCFAM: Sun. 10 P.M.

• Br??no ’09. Sacha Baron Cohen. The gay Austrian fashionista ignites numerous outrageous situations when he brings his show to America. (R) (1:25) HBO: Wed. 3:15 A.M. (CC)

• Buffalo 66 ’98. Vincent Gallo. Seeking parental approval and revenge on the man who jailed him, a newly released convict involves a teen in his schemes. (R) (2:00) TMC: Wed. 1 A.M. (CC)

• Busty Cops Go Hawaiian ’09. Gorgeous policewomen find trouble in paradise. (NR) (1:20) TMC: Tue. 4:20 A.M. (CC)

• Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid ’69. Paul Newman. When a persistent posse threatens two outlaws’ romp through Wyoming, they decide to take their act to Bolivia. (PG) (1:55) ENC: Tue. 1:50 A.M. (CC)

C

• Cadillac Man ’90. Robin Williams. An angry husband catches up to a wise-guy car salesman who cons customers and women. (R) (1:40) ENC: Sun. 12:40 A.M. (CC)

• Camelot ’67. Richard Harris. King Arthur loses Guinevere to trusted Sir Lancelot in the colorful court of Camelot. (G) (3:15) TCM: Mon. 10 P.M.

• Camilla ’94. Jessica Tandy. An adman’s musician wife leaves Georgia for Canada with an aged ex-violinist named Camilla. (PG-13) (1:35) SHO: Sat. 7 A.M.

• Canadian Bacon ’95. Alan Alda. Political spin doctors concoct war with Canada to boost an American president’s sagging approval ratings. (PG) (2:00) CMT: Thu. 2 P.M., 4 P.M.

• Canadian Pacific ’49. Randolph Scott. A female doctor and a half-breed Indian girl vie for the affections of a surveyor involved with the wilderness railroad. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Fri. 2:30 P.M.

• Candyman ’92. Virginia Madsen. A professor’s wife links a local legend to a Chicago serial killer fitted with a hook. (R) (1:40) ENC: Tue. 12:10 A.M. (CC)

• Casino Royale ’67. Peter Sellers. Sir James Bond leaves retirement to confuse SMERSH with several other secret agents, all posing as James Bond. (NR) (2:15) TCM: Thu. 1:45 A.M.

• Catch Me if You Can ’02. Leonardo DiCaprio. An FBI agent pursues Frank Abagnale Jr., a con man who assumes various identities and commits forgery. (PG-13) (2:25) MAX: Sun. 9:45 A.M., 12:45 A.M., Fri. 8:30 A.M. (CC)

• Catch That Kid ’04. Kristen Stewart. With help from her two friends, an adventurous 12-year-old plots to rob a bank to pay for her father’s surgery. (PG) (1:40) HBO: Sun. 6:20 A.M. (CC)

• Category 7: The End of the World ’05. Gina Gershon. The director of FEMA, a scientist and two storm chasers look for answers as massive storms threaten the globe. (4:00) SYFY: Sat. 7 P.M.

• Category 6: Day of Destruction ’04. Thomas Gibson. Residents of Chicago deal with a national blackout just as three extreme weather systems collide over the city. (4:00) SYFY: Sat. 3 P.M. (CC)

• Cats & Dogs ’01. Jeff Goldblum. An eager beagle joins undercover canines on a mission to foil a feline plot to make all people allergic to dogs. (PG) (1:30) HBO: Sat. 10 A.M. (CC)

• The Cave ’05. Cole Hauser. Deadly monsters hunt members of an exploration team within a vast network of caverns beneath the Carpathian Mountains. (PG-13) (2:00) SYFY: Mon. 2:30 P.M.

• Celine ’91. Isabelle Pasco. An orphan French heiress learns about yoga and God from the nurse who saves her from suicide. (NR) (2:00) WE: Fri. 12:30 P.M. (CC)

• Challenge to Lassie ’49. Edmund Gwenn. A faithful collie stands watch over its master’s grave. (G) (1:30) TCM: Sat. midnight (CC)

• Changing Lanes ’02. Ben Affleck. An attorney and a recovering alcoholic have a car accident which escalates into an ongoing feud. (R) (1:45) SHO: Thu. 10:15 A.M.

• Charlie and the Chocolate Factory ’05. Johnny Depp. A poor boy and four spoiled children win a tour through the incredible factory of an odd confectioner. (PG) (2:30) ABCFAM: Sun. 3 P.M.

• Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle ’03. Cameron Diaz. Three private detectives work under cover to retrieve two rings that contain cryptic information. (PG-13) (1:50) MAX: Sat. 12:10 P.M. (CC)

• The Cheetah Girls: One World ’08. Adrienne Bailon. The Cheetah Girls go to India to appear in a Bollywood musical, but the director can choose only one of them for the role. (NR) (1:30) DIS: Sun. 2:30 A.M.

• Ch??ri ’09. Michelle Pfeiffer. In 1920s Paris, a young man retreats into a fantasy world after he is forced to end his relationship with the older woman who taught him about love. (R) (1:35) TMC: Tue. 10 P.M., Sat. 12:15 P.M. (CC)

• Chicken Little ’05. Voices of Zach Braff. Animated. A young fowl and his friends flock together to save skeptical townsfolk from an alien attack. (G) (1:30) DIS: Wed. 8 P.M. (CC)

• The Chronicles of Riddick ’04. Vin Diesel. On the run from mercenaries, a fugitive lands on a planet endangered by an invading ruler and his bloodthirsty army. (PG-13) (2:30) AMC: Sun. 8 P.M., 10:30 P.M., Mon. 8 P.M., 10:30 P.M.

• A Cinderella Story ’04. Hilary Duff. A teenager with a wicked stepmother develops an online relationship with a popular high-school quarterback. (PG) (1:35) MAX: Sat. 6 A.M. (CC)

• The Circuit 2 ’02. Olivier Gruner. A man goes under cover in a prison where inmates fight to the death. (R) (1:30) SHO: Thu. 1 P.M. (CC)

• City Heat ’84. Clint Eastwood. A police detective backs up his private-eye ex-partner on a gangland double cross in 1933 Kansas City. (PG) (1:40) ENC: Thu. 2:20 P.M. (CC)

• City of Industry ’97. Harvey Keitel. A retired thief joins his brother and two accomplices in Los Angeles for a final heist. (R) (1:40) HBO: Tue. 3:10 A.M. (CC)

• City Streets ’31. Gary Cooper. Through her attraction to a mobster, a young woman is drawn into a life of crime. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Fri. 8 P.M.

• Clash of the Titans ’10. Sam Worthington. Perseus, the son of Zeus, embarks on a dangerous mission to prevent Hades from toppling the king of the gods and laying waste to Earth. (PG-13) (2:00) HBO: Sun. 11:30 A.M., 11:10 P.M., Wed. 10:30 A.M., 8 P.M., Sat. 8 A.M., 4:30 P.M. (CC)

• Clockstoppers ’02. Jesse Bradford. A teenager accidentally activates a wristwatch that allows him to make time stand still. (PG) (1:45) TMC: Sat. 7:15 A.M.

• Cocoon ’85. Don Ameche. Ron Howard’s Oscar-winning tale about Florida retirees who find the fountain of youth in a pool filled with alien pods. (PG-13) (2:30) AMC: Wed. 9:30 A.M. (CC)

• Cold Comfort Farm ’95. Kate Beckinsale. Rural British eccentrics change their ways under the influence of a chic cousin from 1930s London. (PG) (1:45) HBO: Wed. 8:30 A.M. (CC)

• Cold Mountain ’03. Jude Law. During the Civil War, a wounded Confederate soldier abandons his duties to make his way home to his sweetheart. (R) (3:30) WE: Wed. 8 P.M.

• The Color of Money ’86. Paul Newman. In this sequel to 1961’s “The Hustler,” Eddie Felson teaches a talented but naive newcomer the tricks of his trade. (R) (2:30) VH1: Tue. 11:30 P.M.

• Commando ’85. Arnold Schwarzenegger. A human killing machine and an airline hostess take on an ousted dictator’s private army. (R) (2:00) SPIKE: Fri. midnight.

• Conan the Barbarian ’82. Arnold Schwarzenegger. Pit fighter Conan sets out with a Mongol and a queen to take his father’s sword from a snake king. (R) (2:10) ENC: Thu. 10:05 A.M. (CC)

• Confessions of a Shopaholic ’09. Isla Fisher. A compulsive shopper who is drowning in debt lands a job as an advice columnist for a financial magazine. (PG) (1:45) ENC: Mon. 4:30 P.M., 11:50 P.M., Sat. 8:10 A.M., 5:20 A.M. (CC)

• A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court ’49. Bing Crosby. A modern-day blacksmith becomes the toast of King Arthur’s court after being transported to sixth-century England. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Mon. 8 P.M.

• Contract Killers ’08. Frida Farrell. Framed for murder, a beautiful assassin goes on the run to prove her innocence. (R) (1:30) TMC: Wed. 9:35 P.M.

• Cop Out ’10. Bruce Willis. Two veteran NYPD detectives confront a gangster who is obsessed with sports memorabilia in order to retrieve an invaluable baseball card. (R) (1:50) MAX: Thu. 1:45 P.M., 10 P.M. (CC)

• Corridors of Blood ’58. Boris Karloff. A 19th-century surgeon searches for a viable anesthetic. (NR) (1:30) AMC: Fri. 4:30 A.M.

• The Country Bears ’02. Christopher Walken. A runaway cub and his new friends attempt to reunite the former members of a once-popular all-bear band. (G) (1:30) STZ: Tue. 9:15 A.M. (CC)

• Couples Retreat ’09. Vince Vaughn. Three couples find that paradise comes at a price when they must participate in therapy sessions with their friends at a tropical resort. (PG-13) (2:00) MAX: Tue. 10 P.M. (CC)

• The Covenant ’06. Steven Strait. The death of a student at an elite Massachusetts academy threatens to shatter a pact that has protected four families with eldritch powers since the 17th century. (PG-13) (2:00) FX: Fri. 12:30 P.M.

• Cradle 2 the Grave ’03. Jet Li. A Taiwanese intelligence agent and a thief try to recover stolen diamonds and the latter’s kidnapped daughter. (R) (2:00) TNT: Sun. 2 A.M. (CC)

• The Crazies ’10. Timothy Olyphant. A lawman and his wife and two companions fight to make it out of town alive after an unknown toxin turns ordinary citizens into bloodthirsty lunatics. (R) (1:45) STZ: Thu. 2:50 P.M., 10:40 P.M., Fri. 9:15 A.M. (CC)

• Crocodile Dundee ’86. Paul Hogan. A rich reporter tours outback Australia with a crocodile hunter, then brings him to Manhattan. (PG-13) (2:00) AMC: Thu. 3:30 P.M., 12:30 A.M. (CC)

• Crocodile Dundee II ’88. Paul Hogan. Colombian drug dealers pursue the outback he-man and his Manhattan girlfriend in Australia. (PG) (2:30) AMC: Thu. 5:30 P.M., 2:30 A.M. (CC)

• Crossfire ’47. Robert Young. A GI helps a pipe-smoking detective trap an anti-Semitic soldier for murder. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Mon. 7:45 A.M. (CC)

• Crossroads ’02. Britney Spears. Three childhood friends rediscover their relationship as they take a cross-country trip with a musician. (PG-13) (1:35) SHO: Sun. 10:30 A.M., Wed. 12:15 P.M., Sat. 2:30 P.M.

• The Crucible ’96. Daniel Day-Lewis. A 17th-century Salem woman accuses an ex-lover’s wife of witchery in an adaptation of the Arthur Miller play. (PG-13) (2:05) ENC: Mon. 6 A.M. (CC)

• Crush ’09. Christopher Egan. A young seductress becomes dangerously obsessed with the college student she most recently bedded. (R) (1:30) TMC: Fri. 10 A.M., 6:30 P.M. (CC)

• Cujo ’83. Dee Wallace. Bitten by a rabid bat, a huge dog traps a Maine woman and her young son in their Ford Pinto. (R) (2:00) AMC: Tue. 4 P.M., Wed. noon (CC)

• Cutthroat Island ’95. Geena Davis. A map written in Latin leads a slain pirate’s daughter and her partner to gold and into battle with a murderous uncle. (PG-13) (2:05) SHO: Fri. 6:25 A.M.

D

• The Da Vinci Code ’06. Tom Hanks. A murder in the Louvre Museum and clues in paintings by Leonardo lead to the discovery of a religious mystery that could rock the foundations of Christianity. (PG-13) (3:00) FX: Sun. 7 A.M.

• Dances With Wolves ’90. Kevin Costner. Costner’s epic vision of the American frontier as seen through the eyes of a 19th-century U.S. Cavalry officer. (PG-13) (4:00) CMT: Sun. 8 P.M., Mon. noon.

• Dante’s Peak ’97. Pierce Brosnan. A volcanologist and his new love flee a deadly eruption in the Pacific Northwest. (PG-13) (1:50) MAX: Sat. 3:50 P.M. (CC)

• The Dark Knight ’08. Christian Bale. Batman has to keep a balance between heroism and vigilantism to fight a vile criminal known as the Joker, who would plunge Gotham City into anarchy. (PG-13) (3:15) TNT: Sat. 8 P.M. (CC)

• Dark Waters ’04. Lorenzo Lamas. The creator of bioengineered sharks must destroy the escaped animals before they begin a feeding frenzy off the Florida coast. (R) (1:35) TMC: Sun. 4 A.M. (CC)

• Darling Lili ’70. Julie Andrews. Blake Edwards’ World War I spy yarn finds a German agent falling for the Allied pilot she has been assigned to seduce. (G) (2:25) SHO: Wed. 3:50 A.M. (CC)

• Dawg ’02. Denis Leary. In order to inherit $1 million, a heartless womanizer must seek forgiveness from his former conquests. (R) (1:25) MAX: Tue. 4:05 A.M. (CC)

• The Day the Earth Stood Still ’08. Keanu Reeves. A woman and her stepson learn the chilling meaning behind the proclamation of an alien visitor that he is a “friend to the Earth.” (PG-13) (1:45) HBO: Sun. 8 A.M., 4:45 P.M., Thu. 1:15 P.M. (CC)

• Days of Thunder ’90. Tom Cruise. An upstart stock-car driver goes to the edge for his manager, his brain-surgeon girlfriend and himself. (PG-13) (2:00) SPIKE: Sun. 9 A.M. (CC)

• Dazed and Confused ’93. Jason London. Assorted teens waste another day of school before getting down to wasting summer in 1976 Austin, Texas. (R) (2:00) VH1: Sat. 10 P.M.

• D.C. Cab ’83. Adam Baldwin. Motley Washington cabbies rally to thwart a kidnapping and save their shabby garage. (R) (1:40) MAX: Wed. 3:50 A.M. (CC)

• Dear John ’10. Channing Tatum. Unexpected consequences await a soldier and his lover, who correspond through the mail over a period of seven tumultuous years. (PG-13) (1:50) STZ: Sun. 2:45 P.M., 10:45 P.M. (CC)

• Death at a Funeral ’10. Keith David. Sibling rivalry, family secrets and a mysterious stranger threaten to blow the lid off the coffin when a man tries to give his late father a proper memorial. (R) (1:35) STZ: Thu. 11:15 A.M., 9 P.M., Fri. 7:40 A.M. (CC)

• Death by Engagement ’05. Sascha Knopf. Two detectives investigate the murders of women who wear the same engagement ring. (NR) (1:40) TMC: Tue. 1:05 A.M.

• Deeply ’00. Lynn Redgrave. A teenager befriends an eccentric novelist writing a story about a woman’s escape from a remote island. (NR) (1:40) TMC: Thu. 6:35 A.M., 4:40 A.M. (CC)

• Defending Your Life ’91. Albert Brooks. A heavenly panel must decide whether a deceased yuppie should be granted eternal happiness or be sent back to Earth. (PG) (1:55) ENC: Tue. 12:50 P.M. (CC)

• The Defiant Ones ’58. Tony Curtis. Two men of different races, who hate each other, escape from a chain gang shackled together. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Mon. 1:15 P.M. (CC)

• Dekigokoro ’33. Takeshi Sakamoto. Silent. A brewery worker woos a beautiful young woman while antagonizing his disrespectful son. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Sun. midnight.

• Delirious ’91. John Candy. The head writer of a soap opera dreams he’s a character in it, romancing two women in the plot. (PG) (1:40) ENC: Mon. 5:20 A.M. (CC)

• Deliverance ’72. Jon Voight. Four Atlanta businessmen encounter unexpected terrors during a rafting trip down a raging backwoods river. (R) (2:45) CMT: Sun. 2 P.M., Tue. 4 P.M., 9 P.M., Sat. 11:45 P.M.

• Demolition Man ’93. Sylvester Stallone. The police defrost an imprisoned ex-officer to catch an escaped convict in 2032 San Angeles. (R) (2:30) AMC: Sun. 3 P.M., Thu. 10 P.M., Fri. 5:30 P.M. (CC)

• The Devil’s Ground ’08. Daryl Hannah. Terror strikes a group of college students when they explore an American Indian burial ground. (R) (1:30) TMC: Mon. 1:50 P.M. (CC)

• Devour ’05. Jensen Ackles. Friends become increasingly addicted to a video game that has an evil agenda. (R) (2:00) FX: Tue. 8 A.M.

• Diagnosis: Death ’09. Jessica Grace Smith. Two cancer patients have supernatural encounters after taking an experimental drug. (R) (1:25) SHO: Sun. 4:20 A.M.

• Did You Hear About the Morgans? ’09. Hugh Grant. A husband and wife get a chance to repair their crumbling marriage when, after they witness a murder, federal agents hide them in a tiny Wyoming town. (PG-13) (1:45) STZ: Mon. 5:40 A.M., Tue. 2:20 P.M., 9 P.M., Sat. 2:05 A.M. (CC)

• Dig That Uranium ’56. Bowery Boys. The Boys buy a uranium mine and head West to claim their fortune. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Sat. 10:30 A.M.

• Disappearances ’06. Kris Kristofferson. Desperate for money, a cattle farmer and his teenage son try to smuggle Canadian whiskey across the border. (PG-13) (1:50) SHO: Tue. 4 P.M. (CC)

• Dog Soldiers ’02. Sean Pertwee. A pack of werewolves targets a squad of soldiers on a training exercise in the Scottish Highlands. (R) (2:00) SYFY: Sun. 9 A.M.

• Domino ’05. Keira Knightley. Domino Harvey turns her back on wealth and privilege for the excitement of life as a bounty hunter. (R) (2:15) MAX: Sun. 6:15 P.M. (CC)

• Donnie Darko ’01. Jake Gyllenhaal. An unusual teenager follows the instructions of the 6-foot-tall rabbit which saved his life. (R) (2:00) ENC: Mon. 12:10 P.M. (CC)

• Don’t Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood ’96. Shawn Wayans. A Los Angeles teen with an irresponsible father seeks guidance from a cousin whose weapons color-coordinate with his sneakers. (R) (1:35) ENC: Fri. 11:40 A.M., 9:35 P.M. (CC)

• Dracula 2000 ’00. Christopher Plummer. A London antiques dealer travels to New Orleans to save his estranged daughter from his nemesis, Count Dracula. (R) (2:00) AMC: Tue. 2 P.M. (CC)

• Dragon Fighter ’02. Dean Cain. A genetically engineered dragon escapes from an underground laboratory and threatens to set the world ablaze. (R) (1:30) TMC: Fri. 1:30 P.M., 10 P.M. (CC)

• Dragonball: Evolution ’09. Justin Chatwin. A young warrior must protect Earth from the vengeful Lord Piccolo by preventing seven mystical orbs from falling into Piccolo’s hands. (PG) (1:30) HBO: Mon. 11 A.M., Sat. 3 P.M. (CC)

• Drillbit Taylor ’08. Owen Wilson. Three friends hire a homeless soldier-of-fortune to protect them from the school bully. (NR) (2:00) TBS: Sun. 10:15 A.M. (CC)

• Duck Soup ’33. Groucho Marx. Spies intervene when Freedonia’s prime minister declares war on nearby Sylvania. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Wed. 12:30 A.M. (CC)

• The Duke ’99. John Neville. A miserly Briton opposes his philanthropic uncle, an American cousin and the uncle’s loyal dog. (G) (1:30) STZ: Wed. 6 A.M. (CC)

• Duplicity ’09. Julia Roberts. Spies for rival corporations carry on a clandestine love affair while trying to find the formula for a product that will earn a fortune for the company that patents it first. (PG-13) (2:15) MAX: Thu. 7:45 P.M. (CC)

E

• Eddie’s Million Dollar Cook-Off ’03. Taylor Ball. A 14-year-old baseball prodigy tries to juggle the playoffs and a cooking contest in the same day. (1:30) DIS: Fri. 2:30 A.M. (CC)

• Eden Lake ’08. Finn Atkins. A couple on a romantic weekend suffer brutal consequences after confronting a gang of youths. (R) (1:35) TMC: Sat. 9 P.M., 12:15 A.M.

• An Education ’09. Peter Sarsgaard. In 1960s London a teenager may jeopardize her bright future when she falls under the spell of a charming, but much older, suitor. (PG-13) (1:45) STZ: Sun. 1 P.M., Tue. 10:45 A.M., 7:15 P.M. (CC)

• 8 Heads in a Duffel Bag ’97. Joe Pesci. A mob messenger’s luggage containing grisly contents is mistakenly switched with a med student’s bag at an airport. (R) (1:40) MAX: Sun. 1:50 P.M. (CC)

• 8 Seconds ’94. Luke Perry. An ex-bull rider trains his son, who becomes the world rodeo champion in 1987 Oklahoma. (PG-13) (1:45) HBO: Wed. 4 P.M. (CC)

• Employee of the Month ’06. Dane Cook. The chance of a date with a beautiful new cashier sends two store clerks into fierce competition for a coveted award. (PG-13) (2:30) COMEDY: Tue. 3 P.M., Wed. 11 A.M. (CC)

• Enchanted ’07. Amy Adams. Live action/animated. Banished by an evil queen, a princess from a fairy-tale world lands in modern Manhattan, where music, magic and “happily ever after” are sorely lacking. (PG) (2:30) ABCFAM: Sat. 10 P.M.

• Enter the Dragon ’73. Bruce Lee. A secret agent comes to an opium lord’s island fortress with other fighters for a martial-arts tournament. (R) (2:30) AMC: Sun. 10 A.M. (CC)

• Envy ’04. Ben Stiller. A man becomes jealous after his best friend’s invention, a spray that dissolves animal feces, brings him wealth. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Sun. 6:15 A.M.

• Envy ’04. Ben Stiller. A man becomes jealous after his best friend’s invention, a spray that dissolves animal feces, brings him wealth. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Sun. 2 A.M. (CC)

• Erin Brockovich ’00. Julia Roberts. A law clerk researching a client’s health case stumbles on a cover-up of a contaminated water supply in a desert town. (R) (3:00) LIFE: Sun. 11 A.M.

• The Escapist ’08. Brian Cox. After learning that his daughter nearly died of a drug overdose, a longtime convict tries to break out of prison. (NR) (1:45) TMC: Wed. 3 P.M., Sat. 7:15 P.M.

• E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial ’82. Henry Thomas. A boy’s close encounter with an alien stranded on Earth leads to a unique friendship in Steven Spielberg’s Oscar-winning film. (PG) (2:00) MAX: Sun. 6 A.M. (CC)

• Everybody’s Fine ’09. Robert De Niro. A widower sets out on a road trip to reconnect with each of his adult children, then he finds that their lives are far from perfect. (PG-13) (1:40) TMC: Tue. 7 A.M., 8 P.M. (CC)

• Executive Decision ’96. Kurt Russell. A commando squad must conduct a midair assault upon a hijacked plane loaded with terrorists and a deadly nerve gas. (R) (3:00) AMC: Fri. 12:30 P.M. (CC)

• Exit Wounds ’01. Steven Seagal. A tough Detroit policeman lands in a new precinct and discovers a rogue group of cops who run a drug ring. (R) (2:00) AMC: Sat. 8 P.M.

• Expired ’07. Samantha Morton. In Los Angeles, a sensitive meter-maid and a bright-but-irritable fellow officer meet. (NR) (1:55) TMC: Mon. 3:20 A.M.

• Extraordinary Measures ’10. Brendan Fraser. After his two youngest children contract a fatal disease, a man joins forces with an unconventional scientist in the hope of finding a cure. (PG) (1:55) SHO: Mon. 4:30 P.M., 4 A.M., Fri. 7 P.M. (CC)

• Extreme Movie ’08. Michael Cera. Stories about teens and sex involve a geek and the girl of his dreams, a chat room and a kinky relationship. (R) (1:25) SHO: Thu. 9:35 P.M.

F

• Falling Down ’93. Michael Douglas. An unemployed defense worker goes on an armed rampage on a Los Angeles police detective’s last day of work. (R) (1:55) ENC: Mon. 1:40 A.M. (CC)

• Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer ’07. Ioan Gruffudd. Reed, Susan, Johnny and Ben face an intergalactic messenger who has arrived to prepare Earth for destruction. (PG) (2:30) FX: Mon. 8 P.M., 10:30 P.M.

• Far and Away ’92. Tom Cruise. An Irish farmer and his landlord’s daughter come to 1890s Boston, where he boxes and they join the Oklahoma land rush. (PG-13) (2:20) MAX: Sun. 5:20 A.M. (CC)

• The Fast and the Furious ’01. Vin Diesel. An undercover police officer investigates a gang leader suspected of stealing electronic equipment. (PG-13) (1:50) STZ: Mon. 12:15 P.M., 9 P.M., Tue. 7:25 A.M. (CC)

• Fatal Secrets ’09. Dina Meyer. A woman seeks help from her friends after her lover becomes malicious. (R) (1:30) SHO: Thu. 2:30 P.M. (CC)

• Finding Bliss ’09. Leelee Sobieski. An unemployed filmmaker reluctantly takes a job as an editor of porno movies. (R) (1:45) SHO: Tue. 3:45 A.M. (CC)

• Firefox ’82. Clint Eastwood. An American pilot sneaks into Russia to steal a superfast jet that runs by telepathy and is armed with nuclear weapons. (PG) (2:20) ENC: Mon. 9:50 A.M., Fri. 4 A.M. (CC)

• First Kid ’96. Sinbad. A loud Secret Service agent understands the president’s teenage son, though most consider him difficult. (PG) (1:50) ENC: Sat. 6:20 A.M. (CC)

• The First Wives Club ’96. Goldie Hawn. Three 50-ish college friends plot revenge after their husbands dump them for younger women. (PG) (2:00) WE: Fri. 8 P.M., 10 P.M. (CC)

• Firstborn ’84. Teri Garr. A teen protects his divorced mother from her boyfriend, a drug dealer in a black four-wheeler. (PG-13) (1:45) SHO: Mon. 7:30 A.M. (CC)

• Five Minutes of Heaven ’09. Liam Neeson. With peace declared in Northern Ireland, a man secretly plans to avenge his brother’s long-ago murder at the hands of a UVF gunman. (R) (1:30) SHO: Fri. 8:30 A.M. (CC)

• Flawless ’07. Michael Caine. A janitor convinces a frustrated executive to help him steal gems from their employer, the London Diamond Corp. (PG-13) (2:00) TMC: Tue. 6 P.M., Fri. 8 A.M., 4:40 P.M. (CC)

• The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas ’00. Mark Addy. Young Fred Flintstone courts heiress Wilma Slaghoople, while Barney Rubble romances Betty O’Shale during a weekend in Rock Vegas. (PG) (2:00) SYFY: Thu. 3 A.M. (CC)

• Fool’s Gold ’08. Matthew McConaughey. A treasure hunter drags his estranged wife and her boss on a quest to find 40 chests of lost Spanish gold. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Sat. 1:45 A.M. (CC)

• 48 HRS. ’82. Nick Nolte. A rumpled detective gets a slick convict released into his custody for two days to help him find a murderer in San Francisco. (R) (2:00) AMC: Mon. 1:30 P.M. (CC)

• The Fountainhead ’49. Gary Cooper. When a rogue architect learns his designs have been changed by the company that hired him, he goes to drastic measures to protect his ideals. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Thu. 7 A.M. (CC)

• Frailty ’02. Bill Paxton. A boy tries to protect his brother after their seemingly normal father goes on a killing spree. (R) (1:40) MAX: Sun. 12:10 P.M. (CC)

• Frame of Mind ’09. Carl T. Evans. A New Jersey professor helps a detective who claims to have new evidence about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. (NR) (1:30) TMC: Sun. 8:50 A.M., 4:50 P.M. (CC)

• Freaky Friday ’03. Jamie Lee Curtis. Two fortune cookies cause an engaged psychotherapist and her teenage daughter to magically exchange bodies. (PG) (2:00) ABCFAM: Sat. 3 P.M.

• Freedomland ’06. Samuel L. Jackson. A detective investigates a carjacking that resulted in the abduction of the young son of a troubled woman. (R) (2:30) FX: Fri. 10 A.M.

• Frequency ’00. Dennis Quaid. A policeman tries to alter the past after making radio contact with his father, a firefighter who died 30 years earlier. (PG-13) (2:00) WGN-A: Sun. 1 P.M. (CC)

• The Frighteners ’96. Michael J. Fox. Friendly ghosts help a psychic detective probe the hauntings that killed residents of a coastal California town. (R) (1:55) HBO: Thu. 3:45 A.M. (CC)

• From Hell ’01. Johnny Depp. A Scotland Yard investigator tries to stop Jack the Ripper from butchering prostitutes in 19th-century London. (R) (2:05) MAX: Sat. 7:35 A.M. (CC)

• Frozen ’10. Emma Bell. As a winter storm approaches, three people become stranded on a chairlift high above the ground after a ski resort closes for the night. (R) (1:35) STZ: Mon. 2:05 P.M. (CC)

• Fun With Dick & Jane ’05. Jim Carrey. After losing their jobs, an affluent couple turn to robbery to support their lifestyle. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Sun. 4 P.M., midnight (CC)

• Funny People ’09. Adam Sandler. A gravely ill comic takes a struggling performer under his wing, then gets a chance to re-evaluate his life when his disease goes into remission. (R) (2:30) MAX: Thu. 5:15 P.M. (CC)

G

• The Game ’97. Michael Douglas. A control freak’s disreputable brother introduces him to a mysterious game that invades his ordered existence. (R) (2:15) SHO: Wed. midnight (CC)

• Gang Related ’97. James Belushi. Corrupt homicide cops posing as drug dealers commit a murder and try to pin it on a local vagrant. (R) (2:00) BET: Sat. 7 P.M., 1 A.M. (CC)

• The Garden ’06. Lance Henriksen. Sinister events plague a recovering alcoholic and his troubled son at a remote ranch. (NR) (1:35) TMC: Sun. 3:15 P.M.

• Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties ’06. Voices of Bill Murray. Garfield follows Jon to England and gets the royal treatment after he is mistaken for the heir to a grand castle. But the feline will need all nine lives to foil the plans of evil Lord Dargis, who wants to turn the castle into a resort. (PG) (2:00) FX: Wed. 10 A.M.

• Garfield’s Fun Fest ’08. Voices of Frank Welker. Animated. The fat cat faces a serious threat at an annual competition for funniest comic strip. (NR) (2:00) TOON: Sat. 7 P.M.

• Genius ’03. Kelly Walters. A teacher becomes increasingly involved in the life of a dyslexic student she is tutoring. (NR) (1:30) DIS: Sat. 2:30 A.M. (CC)

• Get Over It ’01. Kirsten Dunst. After splitting up with his girlfriend, a teenager becomes interested in his best friend’s younger sister. (PG-13) (1:35) TMC: Sat. 10:40 A.M.

• Get Shorty ’95. John Travolta. A film-loving loan shark teams with a B-movie producer to become a Hollywood mogul. (R) (1:50) ENC: Tue. 2:45 P.M., 10:20 P.M. (CC)

• Getting Even With Dad ’94. Macaulay Culkin. An 11-year-old moves in with his ex-convict father in the confusion of a major heist. (PG) (1:55) ENC: Tue. 8:35 A.M. (CC)

• Ghost Ship ’02. Julianna Margulies. Members of a salvage crew and a pilot board a haunted vessel found floating in the Bering Sea. (R) (2:00) SYFY: Mon. 10 P.M.

• Ghost Story ’81. Fred Astaire. Elderly men telling ghost stories are haunted by a girl they accidentally drowned 50 years before. (R) (1:55) MAX: Thu. 4:45 A.M. (CC)

• Ghost World ’01. Thora Birch. The lives of best friends diverge after high-school graduation and their encounter with a pathetic loner. (R) (2:00) WGN-A: Sun. 4 A.M. (CC)

• Ghosts of Mississippi ’96. Alec Baldwin. A Mississippi prosecutor and the widow of Medgar Evers crusade to retry a white racist for the 1963 murder of the NAACP leader. (PG-13) (2:15) HBO: Wed. 5:45 P.M. (CC)

• Ghouls ’08. Kristen Renton. A college student learns about her family’s dark secret. (R) (2:00) SYFY: Sun. 3:30 A.M. (CC)

• Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning ’04. Katharine Isabelle. Sisters in 19th-century Canada take refuge at a remote outpost that is besieged by werewolves. (R) (2:00) SYFY: Sun. 1 P.M. (CC)

• Ginger Snaps: Unleashed ’04. Emily Perkins. A patient at a rehabilitation center tries to prevent a young woman from transforming into a werewolf. (R) (2:00) SYFY: Sun. 11 A.M.

• Glory ’89. Matthew Broderick. Col. Robert Gould Shaw trains and leads an all-black regiment of the U.S. Civil War. (R) (2:15) TCM: Mon. 5 P.M. (CC)

• Godsend ’04. Greg Kinnear. A scientist clones a couple’s dead son, but the boy behaves strangely after his eighth birthday. (PG-13) (2:00) WGN-A: Sun. 11 A.M. (CC)

• A Good Day to Be Black & Sexy ’08. Kathryn Taylor. A peek at black love and sexuality from between the sheets. (R) (1:35) SHO: Sun. 2:45 A.M. (CC)

• Good Dick ’08. Marianna Palka. A creep vies for the attention of a woman who berates him. (R) (1:30) TMC: Sun. 1:45 P.M., Thu. 2:50 P.M. (CC)

• Good Hair ’09. Comic Chris Rock explores how hairstyles affect the self-esteem, activities and relationships of African-Americans. (PG-13) (1:40) HBO: Tue. 1:30 A.M. (CC)

• GoodFellas ’90. Robert De Niro. In the 1950s an Irish-Italian hoodlum joins the New York Mafia, but his mob career is not what he expected. (R) (3:00) SPIKE: Mon. midnight.

• The Goonies ’85. Sean Astin. Coastal Oregon kids follow the treasure map of pirate One-Eyed Willie past his deadly traps to gold. (PG) (2:30) ABCFAM: Sun. 5:30 P.M.

• Gorillas in the Mist ’88. Sigourney Weaver. Anthropologist Dian Fossey defends the mountain gorilla from poachers in Rwanda, Africa. (PG-13) (1:25) ENC: Fri. 6:20 A.M. (CC)

• Gran Torino ’08. Clint Eastwood. An unlikely friendship forms between a bigoted war veteran and an Asian boy who tried to steal the man’s treasured automobile. (R) (2:00) MAX: Mon. 6 P.M., Sat. 2:10 A.M. (CC)

• Grand Theft Parsons ’03. Johnny Knoxville. Roadie Phil Kaufman embarks on a quest to cremate the stolen remains of his longtime friend, musician Gram Parsons. (PG-13) (1:30) TMC: Tue. 11:35 P.M.

• The Great Debaters ’07. Denzel Washington. In 1930s Texas, Mel Tolson inspires students at a predominately black college to form a debate team and strive for the national championship. (PG-13) (2:30) BET: Sun. 2 P.M., Mon. 11 A.M. (CC)

• The Greatest ’09. Pierce Brosnan. Grief-stricken parents meet a young woman who is carrying the child of their late son. (R) (2:00) LIFE: Mon. 9 P.M. (CC)

• The Green Pastures ’36. Rex Ingram. Old Testament stories are told from a black perspective, featuring an all-black cast. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Mon. 6 A.M. (CC)

• Green Zone ’10. Matt Damon. An Army officer and his team of inspectors stumble upon an elaborate coverup as they hunt for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. (R) (2:00) HBO: Sat. 8 P.M., 11:50 P.M. (CC)

• Greenberg ’10. Ben Stiller. While taking care of his brother’s Los Angeles home, an unhappy carpenter builds a relationship with an equally lost soul. (R) (1:45) MAX: Tue. 4 P.M. (CC)

• Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner ’67. Spencer Tracy. Parents get to meet their daughter’s partner in biracial marriage. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Mon. 3 P.M. (CC)

• The Guilty ’00. Bill Pullman. A rape victim and an illegitimate son threaten to destroy the career of a newly appointed judge with a shady past. (R) (1:55) MAX: Tue. 9:50 A.M. (CC)

• Gunga Din ’39. Cary Grant. British soldiers and their water carrier face the Thugs at the Khyber Pass in 1890s India. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Tue. noon (CC)

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• Hair Show ’04. Mo’Nique. Indebted to the Internal Revenue Service, a desperate woman must convince her estranged sister to help her win a hairstyling contest worth $50,000. (PG-13) (2:30) BET: Thu. 1 P.M. (CC)

• Half Past Dead ’02. Steven Seagal. An undercover FBI agent battles a criminal mastermind and his team of mercenaries after they break into the new high-tech prison on Alcatraz. (PG-13) (1:45) MAX: Fri. 8:15 P.M. (CC)

• Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers ’88. Donald Pleasence. Dr. Loomis renews his hunt for killer Mike, who has escaped from the hospital once again. (R) (2:00) AMC: Wed. 2 P.M. (CC)

• Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers ’89. Donald Pleasence. Dr. Loomis meets Mike’s 9-year-old niece, who seems to know when he’s going to kill next. (R) (2:00) AMC: Wed. 4 P.M. (CC)

• Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers ’95. Donald Pleasence. An ancient Celtic ritual drives Dr. Loomis’ patient to sacrifice an entire family in Haddonfield, Ill. (R) (2:00) SYFY: Mon. 10:30 A.M. (CC)

• Hancock ’08. Will Smith. A scruffy superhero protects the citizens of Los Angeles but leaves horrendous collateral damage in the wake of every well-intentioned feat. (PG-13) (2:00) FX: Tue. 8 P.M., Wed. 8 P.M.

• The Hand That Rocks the Cradle ’92. Annabella Sciorra. To carry out her plan of revenge, an unhinged woman charms a Seattle couple into hiring her as a nanny. (R) (2:00) ENC: Mon. 8 P.M. (CC)

• Hang ‘Em High ’68. Clint Eastwood. An innocent rancher is saved from the noose and deputized to hunt down the men who tried to hang him. (PG-13) (2:45) AMC: Sat. 12:45 P.M. (CC)

• Happy Gilmore ’96. Adam Sandler. A powerful swing convinces a hockey player he can join the PGA tour and win back his grandmother’s repossessed house. (PG-13) (1:35) ENC: Fri. 8 P.M., 2:20 A.M., Sat. 4:05 P.M. (CC)

• Hardball ’01. Keanu Reeves. A sports junkie agrees to coach Little League Baseball in Chicago in order to pay his gambling debts. (PG-13) (1:50) SHO: Wed. 10:25 A.M.

• Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince ’09. Daniel Radcliffe. Dumbledore tries to prepare Harry for the final battle with Voldemort, while Death Eaters wreak havoc in both Muggle and Wizard worlds, and tragedy looms on the horizon,. (PG) (2:35) MAX: Fri. 2:30 P.M. (CC)

• Hellboy ’04. Ron Perlman. The son of the devil helps a top-secret organization investigate and destroy paranormal creatures. (PG-13) (2:30) FX: Sun. 3 P.M.

• Hellboy II: The Golden Army ’08. Ron Perlman. Hellboy and his team face an underworld prince who plans to awaken a lethal army and use it to reclaim Earth for his magical kindred. (PG-13) (2:30) FX: Sun. 5:30 P.M., midnight.

• Hello, Dolly! ’69. Barbra Streisand. A matchmaker nabs a rich Yonkers grain merchant for herself in circa-1900 New York. (G) (2:25) MAX: Mon. 5:20 A.M. (CC)

• Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo ’77. Dean Jones. Volkswagen Herbie runs into jewel thieves and a hot little Lancia when he goes to France for a big race. (G) (2:00) TCM: Sat. noon (CC)

• Hey Hey It’s Esther Blueburger ’08. Keisha Castle-Hughes. With help from a new friend, a misfit at a fancy private school secretly enrolls at a public school as a foreign exchange student. (PG-13) (1:45) STZ: Mon. 8:50 A.M. (CC)

• The Hills Have Thighs ’10. Sex-starved women hold a man captive in the mountains. (NR) (1:20) TMC: Sun. 1:15 A.M.

• The Hitcher ’07. Sean Bean. Two traveling students pick up a hitchhiker, unaware that he is a serial killer who intends to pin his crimes on them. (R) (2:00) SYFY: Thu. 9 P.M., Fri. 6 P.M.

• The Hoax ’06. Richard Gere. Clifford Irving nearly pulls off a huge media scam when he writes a fake biography of reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes and sells it to publishing giant McGraw-Hill. (R) (2:29) USA: Wed. 11:53 A.M. (CC)

• Holes ’03. Sigourney Weaver. A boy and his friends question the motives of a woman who forces them to dig holes at a detention camp. (PG) (2:30) ABCFAM: Sun. 9:30 A.M.

• Holiday Heart ’00. Ving Rhames. A drag queen mourning the loss of his lover takes in a drug addict and her daughter. (R) (2:00) BET: Mon. 4 P.M., 1 A.M.

• Hollywood Ending ’02. Woody Allen. A neurotic director must work for his ex-wife in order to film his latest movie. (PG-13) (2:00) HBO: Fri. 10 A.M. (CC)

• Hollywood Sex Fantasy ’01. Robert Allen. A struggling actor gets a chance to live the life he’s always dreamed of when he takes a leading man’s place. (R) (1:30) TMC: Wed. 3 A.M. (CC)

• Home of the Giants ’07. Haley Joel Osment. A drug dealer asks a high-school basketball player to throw the big game. (PG-13) (1:45) SHO: Tue. 12:45 P.M. (CC)

• Honeydripper ’07. Danny Glover. In an all-out effort to save his club, a man finds a drifter to play music in place of a famous guitar player. (PG-13) (2:15) SHO: Thu. 8 A.M.

• The Honeymooners ’05. Cedric the Entertainer. New York bus driver Ralph Kramden and pal Ed Norton test their wives’ patience with moneymaking schemes that end in failure. (PG) (2:00) COMEDY: Sun. 1 P.M. (CC)

• The Hot Chick ’02. Rob Schneider. An ancient curse causes a mean-spirited teenage girl and an incompetent male thief to switch bodies. (PG-13) (1:45) ENC: Mon. 6:15 P.M., 3:35 A.M. (CC)

• Hot Fuzz ’07. Simon Pegg. A British constable feels certain foul play is afoot when a series of grisly accidents rocks his quiet village. (R) (2:00) COMEDY: Sat. 9:30 A.M. (CC)

• Hotel for Dogs ’09. Emma Roberts. After moving into a foster home that forbids pets, siblings transform an abandoned hotel into a home for their pooch and a slew of stray dogs. (PG) (1:45) HBO: Tue. 3:15 P.M. (CC)

• House Party 3 ’94. Kid ‘N Play. Kid deals with his fears of marriage, while Play feels threatened when his longtime hip-hop partner becomes engaged. (R) (2:00) COMEDY: Thu. 3:30 P.M., Fri. 11 A.M. (CC)

• Housewives From Another World ’10. Heather Vandeven. Extraterrestrials invade the bodies of three sexy tarts. (NR) (1:25) MAX: Mon. 12:05 A.M., Sat. 12:45 A.M.

• How High ’01. Method Man. Two stoners get into Harvard University after magic marijuana enables them to ace their tests. (R) (1:35) STZ: Mon. 12:55 A.M., Tue. 5:40 P.M. (CC)

• How I Won the War ’67. Michael Crawford. Flashbacks relate a somewhat-distorted vision of a World War II veteran’s illustrious career. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Sun. 4 A.M.

• How to Rob a Bank ’07. Nick Stahl. Locked in a bank vault during a robbery, a thief and a customer try to figure a way to escape. (NR) (1:25) SHO: Sun. 12:05 P.M. (CC)

• Humoresque ’46. Joan Crawford. A married socialite falls tragically in love with a classical violinist. (NR) (2:15) TCM: Fri. 10:30 A.M. (CC)

• Hurricane Season ’09. Forest Whitaker. One year after Hurricane Katrina, coach Al Collins gathers displaced students and turns them into a championship basketball team. (PG-13) (1:45) SHO: Wed. 2 P.M.

• The Hurt Locker ’08. Jeremy Renner. Members of a bomb-disposal unit in Baghdad face increasingly perilous situations as their tour-of-duty winds down. (R) (2:15) SHO: Tue. 7:45 P.M., Fri. 9 P.M. (CC)

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• I Am Legend ’07. Will Smith. After a man-made plague transforms Earth’s population into bloodthirsty vampires, a lone survivor desperately searches for a cure. (PG-13) (2:00) TNT: Sun. 4 P.M., midnight (CC)

• I Could Never Be Your Woman ’07. Michelle Pfeiffer. A professional woman falls for a younger man, while her daughter falls in love for the first time. (PG-13) (1:45) HBO: Tue. 5 P.M., Sat. 1:15 P.M. (CC)

• I Do & I Don’t ’07. Jane Lynch. A young couple must endure premarital counseling with a horrible married couple. (R) (1:30) SHO: Sun. 1:30 P.M. (CC)

• I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell ’09. Matt Czuchry. A selfish cad jeopardizes his relationship with two close friends after throwing one of them a particularly decadent bachelor party. (R) (1:55) SHO: Sat. 2:30 A.M.

• I Spy ’02. Eddie Murphy. A special agent and a boxing champion travel to Budapest, Hungary, to locate an arms dealer and a stealth bomber. (PG-13) (1:45) HBO: Fri. 6:15 A.M. (CC)

• I Want to Live! ’58. Susan Hayward. Convicted of murder, drug-addicted shill and prostitute Barbara Graham lands on death row. (NR) (2:30) TCM: Sun. 8 A.M. (CC)

• Idlewild ’06. Andr?? Benjamin. In a 1930s speakeasy, a piano player and his fellow performer try to keep their establishment out of hoodlums’ hands. (R) (2:30) BET: Tue. 1 P.M. (CC)

• I’m No Angel ’33. Mae West. A sideshow performer in a one-ring circus sues her boyfriend for breach of promise. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Sun. 10:30 A.M.

• In the Army Now ’94. Pauly Shore. Soon after joining the Reserves, two buddies are called to active duty in Africa. (PG) (2:15) CMT: Thu. 9 P.M., Fri. 4:30 P.M.

• In the Heat of the Night ’67. Sidney Poitier. A black Philadelphia detective helps a white Mississippi sheriff solve a murder. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Sun. 8 P.M. (CC)

• In the Land of Women ’07. Adam Brody. After a bad breakup leaves him heartbroken, a young man moves in with his ailing grandmother and gets involved with the family across the street. (PG-13) (2:00) LIFE: Sat. 5 P.M. (CC)

• Independence Day ’96. Will Smith. A fighter pilot, a computer whiz and others fight back after 15-mile-wide alien ships zap Earth’s major cities. (PG-13) (2:30) MAX: Tue. 7:30 P.M., Sat. 9:40 A.M., 5:40 P.M. (CC)

• Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull ’08. Harrison Ford. Indy and a young adventurer must ferret out a powerful artifact and keep it out of the hands of a deadly Soviet agent. (PG-13) (2:38) USA: Tue. 7:22 P.M., Wed. 2:22 P.M. (CC)

• Inglourious Basterds ’09. Brad Pitt. An Allied officer and his team of Jewish-American soldiers join forces with a German actress and undercover agent to take down the leaders of the Third Reich. (R) (2:35) SHO: Mon. 6:25 P.M.

• Inside Man ’06. Denzel Washington. An enigmatic woman threatens to push past the breaking point a volatile game between a bank robber and a detective. (R) (2:30) USA: Wed. 11 P.M., 1:30 A.M. (CC)

• The Insider ’99. Al Pacino. Former tobacco researcher Jeffrey Wigand blows the whistle about the industry to “60 Minutes” anchor Mike Wallace. (R) (2:40) STZ: Wed. 11:10 A.M., 10:50 P.M. (CC)

• The International ’09. Clive Owen. An Interpol agent and a New York prosecutor join forces to shut down a powerful bank’s funding of terrorism. (R) (2:00) STZ: Thu. 12:25 A.M., Fri. 5:05 P.M. (CC)

• Iron Man ’08. Robert Downey Jr. A wealthy industrialist builds an armored suit and uses it to defeat criminals and terrorists. (PG-13) (3:00) FX: Sun. 8 P.M., Wed. 10 P.M., Thu. 5 P.M.

• It Should Happen to You ’54. Judy Holliday. An executive and a filmmaker woo a model famous for having her name on a billboard. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Sun. noon.

• It’s a Great Feeling ’49. Dennis Morgan. A parody of the movie business, complete with star cameos. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Thu. 9 A.M.

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• The Jackal ’97. Bruce Willis. A jailed IRA operative helps the FBI track a masterful assassin about to perform a political killing. (R) (2:10) MAX: Wed. 12:30 P.M. (CC)

• The Jacket ’05. Adrien Brody. Cared for by a physician, an amnesiac Gulf War veteran has violent flashbacks and visions of the future. (R) (1:50) STZ: Wed. 3:45 P.M. (CC)

• Jackie Brown ’97. Pam Grier. A bail bondsman helps a smuggler frame her boss, an arms dealer who plans to kill her. (R) (2:35) ENC: Thu. 1:15 A.M. (CC)

• The Janky Promoters ’09. Ice Cube. Two shady concert promoters get in over their heads when they try to organize a concert headlined by rapper Young Jeezy. (R) (1:30) SHO: Fri. 2:30 P.M. (CC)

• Jason and the Argonauts ’63. Todd Armstrong. The Greek hero sails through Harpies and clashing rocks to the Golden Fleece, guarded by the Hydra. (G) (2:00) TCM: Sat. 4 P.M. (CC)

• Jaws ’75. Roy Scheider. A New England police chief, a shark hunter and a scientist have a showdown with a huge white shark. (PG) (2:10) ENC: Sun. 11:05 A.M. (CC)

• Jersey Girl ’04. Ben Affleck. A young woman changes the life of a single father who used to be a successful New York music publicist. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Sat. 3:45 A.M. (CC)

• Jim Thorpe, All American ’51. Burt Lancaster. Coach Pop Warner recalls the Oklahoma Indian forced to return his medals from the 1912 Olympics. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Mon. 9:15 A.M. (CC)

• The Jimmy Show ’02. Frank Whaley. An aspiring comedian works in a grocery store and performs his stand-up routine at a New Jersey club. (R) (1:45) TMC: Sat. 3:45 P.M. (CC)

• Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work ’10. Filmmakers Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg document a year in the life of the comedy pioneer as she works tirelessly to keep her career thriving in a youth-driven culture. (R) (1:25) SHO: Mon. 3:05 P.M.

• John Loves Mary ’49. Ronald Reagan. A GI’s fiancee resents his marriage of convenience to a buddy’s English girlfriend. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Thu. 10:30 A.M.

• Journey to the Center of the Earth ’59. Pat Boone. Jules Verne’s professor Lindenbrook leads an expedition through monsters, mushrooms and a magnetic storm. (G) (3:00) AMC: Tue. 9 A.M. (CC)

• Joy Ride 2: Dead Ahead ’08. Nicki Aycox. Young travelers become the target of a psycho after they unknowingly take his car. (NR) (2:00) SYFY: Thu. 7 P.M. (CC)

• Jurassic Park III ’01. Sam Neill. A paleontologist and a couple outrun cloned dinosaurs after their plane crashes on an island. (PG-13) (2:02) USA: Sat. 4 P.M.

• Juwanna Mann ’02. Miguel A. N????ez. Jr. Banned from the NBA, a basketball player dresses in drag in order to play in a woman’s league. (PG-13) (1:30) HBO: Wed. 2 P.M. (CC)

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• K-9 ’89. James Belushi. A police detective with a girlfriend gets stuck with a new partner, a German shepherd dog. (PG-13) (1:45) ENC: Wed. 6:15 P.M. (CC)

• Kermit’s Swamp Years ’02. Voices of Steve Whitmire. Young Kermit, Goggles and Croaker venture out into the world for the first time. (G) (1:25) ENC: Wed. 8:10 A.M. (CC)

• Kill Bill: Vol. 1 ’03. Uma Thurman. Awaking from a coma, an assassin seeks vengeance against her former boss and his ruthless gang. (R) (2:15) TNT: Fri. 8 P.M., Sat. noon (CC)

• Kill Bill: Vol. 2 ’04. Uma Thurman. Before confronting her former boss, an assassin goes after the man’s younger brother and her one-eyed counterpart. (R) (2:45) TNT: Fri. 10:15 P.M., Sat. 2:15 P.M. (CC)

• Killshot ’09. Diane Lane. A veteran assassin and his young partner pursue a couple who stumbled upon an extortion scheme and entered the Witness Protection Program. (R) (1:35) TMC: Sun. 12:10 P.M., 6:20 P.M., Wed. 6:15 P.M.

• King of Hearts ’66. Alan Bates. Freed asylum inmates impede a World War I soldier trying to defuse a bomb in their French village. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Sun. 2 A.M.

• The Kissing Bandit ’49. Frank Sinatra. A Boston milquetoast goes West and takes his father’s place as leader of an outlaw gang. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Fri. 12:45 P.M. (CC)

• Knights of the Round Table ’53. Robert Taylor. Sir Gawain meets the Green Knight, Sir Percival seeks the Holy Grail, and King Arthur’s Guinevere loves Sir Lancelot. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Mon. 3 A.M. (CC)

• Knowing ’09. Nicolas Cage. A professor and his son obtain an encoded time-capsule document that lists every major disaster over the past 50 years and predicts a future global calamity. (PG-13) (2:00) SHO: Wed. 6 P.M. (CC)

• Knute Rockne, All American ’40. Pat O’Brien. Coach Rockne leads Notre Dame to gridiron greatness with star player George “The Gipper” Gipp. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Sat. 1:30 A.M. (CC)

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• The Last Challenge ’67. Glenn Ford. A gunfighter-turned-marshal restores peace in a town upset by a trigger-happy youth. (NR) (2:15) AMC: Sat. 10:30 A.M. (CC)

• The Last House on the Left ’09. Tony Goldwyn. After their daughter is assaulted and left for dead, a couple take revenge on the assailants, who have taken shelter at the couple’s house. (R) (1:55) HBO: Mon. 11:30 P.M., Sat. 3:45 A.M. (CC)

• Last of the Red Hot Lovers ’72. Alan Arkin. The balding, middle-aged owner of a seafood restaurant makes three awkward attempts at extramarital romance. (PG) (1:40) TMC: Wed. 6 A.M. (CC)

• The Last Wagon ’56. Richard Widmark. Six teens from a wagon train survive an Indian attack with a trapper wanted for murder. (NR) (1:40) MAX: Wed. 5:30 A.M. (CC)

• Law Abiding Citizen ’09. Jamie Foxx. Ten years after his wife and child die in a home invasion, a man carries out an elaborate plot against the prosecutor who cut a deal with one of the killers. (R) (2:00) STZ: Tue. 4 A.M., Wed. 1:50 P.M., 9 P.M. (CC)

• Le Mans ’71. Steve McQueen. A U.S. driver loves another driver’s widow and meets his European rival in the 24-hour Grand Prix race. (G) (2:00) TCM: Sat. 2 P.M.

• The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen ’03. Sean Connery. Allan Quatermain, Capt. Nemo, Dorian Gray, Dr. Jekyll, Tom Sawyer and others unite to stop a mad bomber. (PG-13) (2:30) AMC: Sun. 5:30 P.M. (CC)

• Legal Eagles ’86. Robert Redford. An assistant New York district attorney works and flirts with his adversary and her kooky artist client. (PG) (2:00) ENC: Thu. 6:20 A.M. (CC)

• Legally Blondes ’09. Milly Rosso. British twin sisters experience culture shock when they attend school in California. (PG) (1:40) DIS: Tue. 8 P.M.

• Let’s Go to Prison ’06. Dax Shepard. After learning that the son of the judge who put him away is in jail, an ex-con gets himself sent back to prison so he can make the man’s life miserable. (NR) (2:00) COMEDY: Fri. 3:30 P.M., Sat. 11:30 A.M. (CC)

• Liar Liar ’97. Jim Carrey. A boy’s birthday wish comes true that his neglectful father, a fast-talking lawyer, will not be able to tell a lie for 24 hours. (PG-13) (2:00) ABCFAM: Thu. 8 P.M.

• The Liberation of L.B. Jones ’70. Lee J. Cobb. A wealthy undertaker seeks to engage a respected lawyer to represent him in a divorce action against his young wife. (R) (2:00) TCM: Sun. 10 P.M.

• Life During Wartime ’09. Shirley Henderson. Ten years after going through traumatic personal crises, three sisters still find it difficult to move on with their lives and find real happiness. (R) (1:45) TMC: Mon. 12:15 A.M., Fri. 1:05 A.M. (CC)

• Lightning ??? The White Stallion ’86. Mickey Rooney. A gambler loses a racehorse only one girl can ride, and that girl is slowly going blind. (PG) (1:40) TMC: Sat. 9 A.M.

• Little Caesar ’30. Edward G. Robinson. A small-time hoodlum shoots his way up the underworld ladder. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Fri. 11:15 P.M. (CC)

• Lonely Street ’09. Jay Mohr. A private investigator becomes the prime suspect in the murder of a snoopy reporter. (R) (1:35) TMC: Mon. 12:15 P.M.

• The Long Kiss Goodnight ’96. Geena Davis. Former cohorts come after a small-town New England mom who gradually remembers her past as a government assassin. (R) (2:05) ENC: Thu. 12:15 P.M., 11:10 P.M. (CC)

• The Long Walk Home ’90. Whoopi Goldberg. A black maid’s plan to walk 10 miles to work sparks changes in her relationship with her white employer. (PG) (2:00) BET: Sun. noon (CC)

• Looking for Eric ’09. Steve Evets. With his life in chaos, a melancholy postal worker unexpectedly gets a helping hand from his idol, Manchester United player Eric Cantona. (NR) (2:00) TMC: Wed. 11 A.M. (CC)

• The Lookout ’07. Joseph Gordon-Levitt. A brain-damaged former athlete finds himself pulled into a heist at the bank where he works as a janitor. (R) (2:00) USA: Tue. 2 A.M., Wed. 9:54 A.M. (CC)

• Lord of the G-Strings ’03. Misty Mundae. A wizard sends three sexy Throbbits on a mission to destroy an artifact that grants its bearers untold pleasures. (R) (1:30) TMC: Thu. 1:15 A.M. (CC)

• The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring ’01. Elijah Wood. A chosen hobbit and his loyal friends join a wizard, humans, a dwarf and an elf on a quest to destroy a powerful ring and defeat an evil lord. (PG-13) (3:05) ENC: Sun. 1:15 P.M., 9:40 P.M., Wed. 9:35 A.M., 8 P.M. (CC)

• Loser ’00. Jason Biggs. A lonely college student falls for a classmate who has eyes for her much older English professor. (PG-13) (2:00) COMEDY: Sun. 9 A.M. (CC)

• Lost in Space ’98. William Hurt. Villains complicate a family’s 2058 spaceship journey to a distant habitable planet. (PG-13) (3:00) FX: Tue. 12:30 P.M.

• Love & Basketball ’00. Sanaa Lathan. From childhood to early adulthood, two friends fall in love while trying to establish basketball careers. (PG-13) (2:30) BET: Fri. 9:30 P.M., Sat. 4:30 P.M. (CC)

• Love for Sale ’08. Jackie Long. A deliveryman lands in hot water when a seductive woman pays for his companionship. (R) (2:30) BET: Tue. 1 A.M., Wed. 1 P.M. (CC)

• The Love Guru ’08. Mike Myers. An American-born swami must get a hockey player’s marriage back on track so the man can help his team win the Stanley Cup. (PG-13) (1:45) TBS: Sun. 2:15 P.M. (CC)

• Love Potion No. 9 ’92. Tate Donovan. A shy biochemist and a shy biologist become a couple with sex appeal thanks to a Gypsy’s potion. (PG-13) (1:40) MAX: Thu. 3:35 P.M. (CC)

• Lovely & Amazing ’01. Catherine Keener. A woman and her two daughters deal with insecurities about their appearance, weight and careers. (R) (1:35) HBO: Wed. 4:40 A.M. (CC)

• Lower Learning ’08. Jason Biggs. The vice principal of an elementary school rallies the lazy teachers and tries to expose the principal’s corruption. (R) (1:50) TMC: Tue. 12:10 P.M. (CC)

• Lucky You ’07. Eric Bana. A poker player tries balancing a love affair with his aim for a slot in the world championship game. (PG-13) (2:30) LIFE: Sat. noon (CC)

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• Mad Max ’79. Mel Gibson. In an Australia of the not-too-distant future, a police officer strikes back against motorized menaces to what is left of society after a nuclear holocaust. (R) (1:35) ENC: Fri. 11:10 P.M. (CC)

• Made in Jamaica ’06. Filmmaker J??r??me Laperrousaz examines the influence of reggae on popular culture. (NR) (1:45) TMC: Mon. 4:55 P.M., 5:15 A.M., Thu. 8:15 A.M.

• Madeline ’98. Frances McDormand. A fearless French orphan involves her schoolmates and headmistress in a series of misadventures. (PG) (1:30) STZ: Fri. 6:10 A.M. (CC)

• The Maiden Heist ’09. Morgan Freeman. When a new curator decides to replace the institution’s entire collection, museum guards plan to steal their favorite works of art. (PG-13) (1:35) STZ: Fri. 3:30 P.M. (CC)

• Mamma Mia! ’08. Meryl Streep. Hoping to meet her real father and have him walk her down the aisle, a bride secretly invites three men from her mother’s past to come to the wedding. (PG-13) (2:15) TBS: Fri. 8 P.M., Sat. 8 P.M.

• Man of the House ’05. Tommy Lee Jones. A taciturn Texas Ranger goes under cover as a coach to protect a group of college cheerleaders who witnessed a murder. (PG-13) (2:00) FX: Mon. 5 P.M.

• Marley & Me ’08. Owen Wilson. Newlyweds John and Jenny Grogan adopt a playful puppy named Marley, who soon grows into an incorrigible handful. (PG) (2:00) MAX: Wed. 2:40 P.M. (CC)

• The Mask of Zorro ’98. Antonio Banderas. The fabled avenger trains an uncouth protege to drive a Spanish tyrant out of California once and for all. (PG-13) (3:00) FX: Sat. 10 A.M.

• The Master of Disguise ’02. Dana Carvey. A genial waiter tries to rescue his parents from a criminal mastermind by assuming various identities. (PG) (1:25) STZ: Sat. 12:10 P.M. (CC)

• Matilda ’96. Mara Wilson. A little girl develops extraordinary mental abilities, despite neglectful parents and a brutal headmistress. (PG) (2:00) ABCFAM: Sun. 8 P.M.

• The Matrix ’99. Keanu Reeves. A computer hacker joins forces with rebel warriors to battle a malevolent cyberintelligence. (R) (2:55) TNT: Sat. 11:15 P.M. (CC)

• The Matrix Reloaded ’03. Keanu Reeves. Freedom fighters use extraordinary skills and weaponry to revolt against machines. (R) (2:50) TNT: Sat. 2:10 A.M. (CC)

• May ’02. Angela Bettis. Unable to make friends, a young woman goes on a killing spree and assembles body parts to construct a companion. (R) (1:35) MAX: Tue. 2:30 A.M. (CC)

• The Mayor of Hell ’33. James Cagney. A nurse inspires a gangster to clean up a reform school. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Fri. 12:45 A.M. (CC)

• Mean Girls ’04. Lindsay Lohan. Attending high school for the first time, a teenager becomes friends with three popular but manipulative students. (PG-13) (2:00) ABCFAM: Sat. 8 P.M.

• Meet the Fockers ’04. Robert De Niro. A man fears the worst when he accompanies his fiancee’s uptight father and mother to meet his free-spirited mom and dad. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Sun. 8 P.M., 10 P.M. (CC)

• Meet the Parents ’00. Robert De Niro. When a woman brings her boyfriend home for her sister’s wedding, her father, a former CIA agent, takes an instant dislike to him. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Sun. 6 P.M. (CC)

• Megafault ’09. Brittany Murphy. A seismologist and a miner work together to stop a massive earthquake from destroying the world. (PG-13) (2:00) SYFY: Sat. 11 P.M. (CC)

• Men in Black II ’02. Tommy Lee Jones. Two interstellar agents try to stop an alien disguised as a lingerie model from destroying the world. (PG-13) (1:30) HBO: Tue. 11:30 A.M., Sat. 6:30 P.M. (CC)

• Men of Honor ’00. Robert De Niro. The U.S. Navy’s first black diver battles a salty chief, racial prejudice and a crippling setback. (R) (3:00) FX: Sun. 10 A.M.

• Menace II Society ’93. Tyrin Turner. Crime, street sense and the status quo roil the mind of a teenager in the Watts section of Los Angeles. (R) (2:00) BET: Fri. 1 P.M., 1 A.M. (CC)

• The Messenger ’09. Ben Foster. A soldier struggles with an ethical problem when he gets involved with a fallen comrade’s widow. (R) (2:00) TMC: Wed. 1 P.M., 11:05 P.M. (CC)

• Middle of Nowhere ’08. Susan Sarandon. While staying with his uncle for the summer, a troubled teen partners with an aspiring doctor to sell marijuana. (R) (1:35) SHO: Thu. 8 P.M., 4:45 A.M. (CC)

• The Midnight Meat Train ’08. Bradley Cooper. A photographer descends into the realm of pure evil when he becomes fascinated with a serial killer who preys on late-night subway commuters. (NR) (2:00) SYFY: Thu. 11 P.M. (CC)

• Midway ’76. Charlton Heston. Cracking a Japanese code leads Adm. Nimitz and Navy officers to Yamamoto’s fleet in the Battle of Midway, June 1942. (PG) (2:15) TCM: Wed. 4:45 A.M.

• Miss Conception ’08. Heather Graham. Hearing her biological clock ticking away, a woman seeks the perfect man to father her child. (R) (1:45) TMC: Tue. 2:30 P.M.

• Miss Congeniality ’00. Sandra Bullock. An image consultant transforms a tomboyish FBI agent into a beauty queen so she can work under cover. (PG-13) (2:30) WE: Tue. 8 P.M., 10:30 P.M. (CC)

• Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House ’48. Cary Grant. A New York adman and his calm wife buy a big old fixer-upper in rural Connecticut. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Sun. 4:15 P.M. (CC)

• The Mistress of Spices ’05. Aishwarya Rai. A woman who harnesses magic powers from spices falls for a hunky architect. (PG-13) (1:45) HBO: Thu. 6:45 P.M. (CC)

• Monster’s Ball ’01. Billy Bob Thornton. A racist prison-guard has an intense affair with a black woman after her husband dies on death row. (R) (1:55) HBO: Sun. 2:30 A.M. (CC)

• Monsters vs. Aliens ’09. Voices of Reese Witherspoon. Animated. A giant woman, a bug-headed scientist and a gelatinous mass are among the ragtag monsters that must defend Earth from a rampaging alien robot. (PG) (1:45) HBO: Mon. 9:15 A.M., 6:15 P.M., Thu. 7:45 A.M., 5 P.M. (CC)

• Moon ’09. Sam Rockwell. As his three-year shift draws to a close, the sole human at a lunar mining facility encounters a younger version of himself. (R) (1:45) ENC: Wed. 2:45 A.M. (CC)

• Moonlight Mile ’02. Jake Gyllenhaal. After the murder of his fiancee, a young man bonds with her parents, then falls for another woman. (PG-13) (2:00) STZ: Thu. 12:50 P.M. (CC)

• Mother Ghost ’02. Mark Thompson. Mourning the death of his mother, a man finds a piece of her jewelry that changes his life. (NR) (1:30) SHO: Tue. 11:15 A.M.

• Mother’s Boys ’94. Jamie Lee Curtis. A deserter returns to Los Angeles, determined to win back her husband and three sons. (R) (1:40) ENC: Fri. 10 A.M. (CC)

• Mouse Hunt ’97. Nathan Lane. Brothers inherit a dilapidated mansion inhabited by a resourceful rodent that refuses to leave. (PG) (1:45) MAX: Thu. noon (CC)

• Murder by Death ’76. Peter Falk. A bored millionaire invites a gumshoe, a Chinese detective and other famous literary sleuths to his mansion to solve the perfect crime. (PG) (1:45) TCM: Thu. midnight (CC)

• My Daughter’s Secret ’07. Jennifer Grant. After her jewelry store is robbed, a single mother notices her daughter’s strange behavior. (NR) (2:00) LIFE: Thu. 9 P.M. (CC)

• My First Mister ’01. Albert Brooks. A teen with a penchant for morbid poetry forms a unique bond with her stuffy employer at an upscale clothing store. (R) (2:00) SHO: Mon. 11 A.M., Sat. 4:25 A.M.

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• Napoleon Dynamite ’04. Jon Heder. A gawky teenager from an odd family helps his new friend run for class president against a popular student. (PG) (2:00) COMEDY: Sun. 5 P.M., Mon. 3:30 P.M. (CC)

• National Lampoon’s European Vacation ’85. Chevy Chase. The Chicago Griswolds win a grand tour and head for the Old World to soak up culture. (PG-13) (1:40) MAX: Thu. 8:50 A.M. (CC)

• National Lampoon’s Van Wilder ’02. Ryan Reynolds. An underachieving collegian needs money to stay in school after his father cuts off his funds. (R) (1:35) SHO: Fri. 2:35 A.M.

• National Security ’03. Martin Lawrence. Two Los Angeles security guards try to stop a criminal mastermind and his gang of robbers. (PG-13) (1:30) MAX: Mon. 1:15 P.M. (CC)

• Never Cry Werewolf ’08. Kevin Sorbo. A hunter and a delivery boy help a 16-year-old investigate her mysterious new neighbor. (NR) (2:00) SYFY: Sun. 3 P.M. (CC)

• Next Day Air ’09. Donald Faison. A courier lands in the middle of a drug deal gone awry when he accidentally delivers a box of cocaine to the wrong address. (R) (1:30) TMC: Sun. 11:45 P.M. (CC)

• Night and Day ’46. Cary Grant. Ivy League songwriter Cole Porter joins World War I, marries a rich British nurse and returns to Broadway. (NR) (2:15) TCM: Tue. 4:15 P.M. (CC)

• Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian ’09. Ben Stiller. Larry Daley joins forces with Teddy Roosevelt, Amelia Earhart and others to prevent four of history’s worst villains from conquering the world. (PG) (1:45) HBO: Mon. 4:30 P.M., Sat. 11:30 A.M., 10 P.M. (CC)

• Night Falls on Manhattan ’97. Andy Garcia. A fledgling district attorney’s probe of a New York Police Department scandal may implicate his father. (R) (2:00) HBO: Fri. 4:15 A.M. (CC)

• No Other Woman ’33. Irene Dunne. After his wife engineers his rise to millionaire status, a steelworker finds it hard to cope with his newfound wealth. (NR) (1:15) TCM: Fri. 7:45 A.M. (CC)

• Nobel Son ’07. Alan Rickman. The son of an arrogant, prize-winning scientist is kidnapped by a young man who claims to be the scientist’s illegitimate offspring. (R) (2:00) SHO: Sun. 3 P.M., Fri. 4 P.M.

• NYC: Tornado Terror ’08. Nicole de Boer. A meteorologist and her husband must prevent devastating tornadoes from destroying New York. (NR) (2:00) SYFY: Sat. 1 P.M. (CC)

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• The Objective ’08. Jonas Ball. Members of an elite military squad encounter an ancient evil during a mission in Afghanistan. (NR) (1:35) TMC: Sun. 5:35 A.M. (CC)

• Ocean’s Eleven ’01. George Clooney. A parolee organizes a gang to steal $150 million from three Las Vegas casinos in a single heist. (PG-13) (2:00) MAX: Wed. 6:30 P.M. (CC)

• Old Dogs ’09. John Travolta. While preparing for an important business deal, two clueless bachelors become the unexpected caretakers of twin children. (PG) (1:35) STZ: Sat. 8:35 A.M., 7:30 P.M., 3:50 A.M. (CC)

• Old School ’03. Luke Wilson. Three friends try to recapture the fun of their college years by starting their own off-campus fraternity. (R) (1:30) MAX: Mon. 4:30 P.M. (CC)

• Once Upon a Time in Mexico ’03. Antonio Banderas. A corrupt CIA agent recruits a tormented gunman to stop conspirators from assassinating the president of Mexico. (R) (2:00) AMC: Thu. 8 P.M., Fri. 3:30 P.M.

• The One That Got Away ’58. Hardy Kruger. A captured German pilot aims to escape from the British; he gets his chance in Canada. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Sat. 8:30 A.M.

• Only Angels Have Wings ’39. Cary Grant. A sassy chorus girl falls in love with a seat-of-the-pants pilot in South America. (NR) (2:15) TCM: Tue. 2 P.M. (CC)

• Open Graves ’09. Eliza Dushku. American students in Spain start to die when they play a board game. (R) (2:00) SYFY: Mon. 8:30 A.M. (CC)

• Orphan ’09. Vera Farmiga. A series of alarming events leads a woman to believe that something evil lurks behind the angelic face of her recently adopted daughter. (R) (2:05) MAX: Mon. 3:15 A.M. (CC)

• The Other Man ’08. Liam Neeson. A man discovers his wife is having an affair. (R) (1:30) SHO: Tue. 2:30 P.M. (CC)

• The Other Side of the Tracks ’08. Brendan Fehr. A young man struggles with memories of his girlfriend’s death in a train accident. (PG-13) (1:35) TMC: Fri. 6:25 A.M., 11:30 P.M. (CC)

• Otis ’08. Daniel Stern. A man and his wife seek revenge after their daughter escapes from the clutches of a serial killer. (NR) (2:15) AMC: Fri. 2:15 A.M. (CC)

• Out of Time ’03. Denzel Washington. Considered a suspect in a deadly arson, a police chief must cover his tracks while trying to prove his innocence. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Mon. 3 A.M. (CC)

• Outlander ’08. James Caviezel. An alien soldier crashes on Earth during the time of the the Vikings and blends his technology with theirs to hunt his enemy. (R) (2:00) TMC: Fri. 11:30 A.M., 8 P.M. (CC)

• Outrageous! ’77. Craig Russell. A gay Toronto hairdresser and his pregnant, eccentric roommate share trials and triumphs. (R) (1:40) SHO: Tue. 6 A.M. (CC)

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• Paid in Full ’02. Wood Harris. A dry cleaner’s delivery boy becomes one of the most powerful drug dealers in 1980s Harlem. Based on a true story. (R) (2:00) BET: Wed. 8 P.M., 1 A.M. (CC)

• The Parent Trap ’98. Lindsay Lohan. An 11-year-old meets her California twin, and they plot to reunite their divorced parents. (PG) (3:00) ABCFAM: Sat. 5 P.M.

• Passengers ’08. Anne Hathaway. A therapist suspects that a plane-crash survivor knows more about the accident’s cause and the fates of his fellow survivors than he is admitting. (PG-13) (1:35) ENC: Wed. 12:35 P.M. (CC)

• The Peacemaker ’97. George Clooney. A scientist and an Army Special Forces colonel travel the globe in pursuit of stolen nuclear weapons. (R) (2:05) MAX: Wed. 1:15 A.M. (CC)

• The Pelican Brief ’93. Julia Roberts. A Washington reporter helps an on-the-run law student who knows too much about a government cover-up. (PG-13) (3:00) WE: Sat. 1 A.M. (CC)

• Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief ’10. Logan Lerman. After learning he is the son of Poseidon, a youth must prevent a war among the gods and rescue his mother from Hades, king of the underworld. (PG) (2:00) HBO: Mon. 9 P.M., Fri. 8 A.M., 4:30 P.M. (CC)

• A Perfect Getaway ’09. Steve Zahn. Newlyweds find terror in paradise when they encounter other hikers who claim that some tourists were found brutally murdered. (R) (1:40) HBO: Fri. 1:30 A.M. (CC)

• A Perfect World ’93. Kevin Costner. A Texas Ranger hunts an escaped convict who takes a 7-year-old boy hostage in 1963. (PG-13) (2:20) ENC: Sun. 6:30 A.M. (CC)

• Pilgrim ’99. Ray Liotta. A beautiful artist helps an amnesiac piece together his identity and evade a gangster on his trail. (R) (1:45) TMC: Tue. 4:15 P.M.

• The Pink Panther ’64. Peter Sellers. Clumsy Inspector Jacques Clouseau chases a jewel thief and his nephew. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Thu. 8 P.M. (CC)

• The Pink Panther Strikes Again ’76. Peter Sellers. Inspector Clouseau’s on the trail of his ex-boss, out to destroy the world. (PG) (2:00) TCM: Thu. 4 A.M. (CC)

• Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl ’03. Johnny Depp. A swashbuckler must rescue a governor’s daughter from a pirate and his mates, who turn into skeletons by moonlight. (PG-13) (3:00) ABCFAM: Sun. noon.

• Pitch Black ’00. Radha Mitchell. After crash landing on a distant planet, survivors must fight deadly creatures that come out only at night. (R) (2:30) AMC: Sun. 1 A.M., Mon. 5:30 P.M. (CC)

• The Poker House ’08. Selma Blair. Agnes and her two sisters struggle through a day in a home overrun by gamblers, thieves, and johns. (R) (1:35) SHO: Wed. 2:15 A.M.

• Police Academy ’84. Steve Guttenberg. The new mayor’s policy puts badges on misfits: one has a police record; another does vocal sound effects. (R) (1:45) ENC: Thu. 8:20 A.M., 8 P.M. (CC)

• Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment ’85. Steve Guttenberg. The zany graduates attempt to stop rampant acts of vandalism when they take to the meanest beat on the streets. (PG-13) (1:30) ENC: Thu. 9:40 P.M. (CC)

• Poliwood ’09. Filmmaker Barry Levinson follows celebrities to the 2008 Democratic and Republican National Conventions. (NR) (1:35) SHO: Tue. 7:40 A.M.

• Poltergeist II: The Other Side ’86. JoBeth Williams. An American Indian helps a broke and homeless family, once again prey to a poltergeist. (PG-13) (1:30) MAX: Wed. 7 A.M. (CC)

• Poltergeist III ’88. Tom Skerritt. Destructive demons follow a little girl sent to live with her aunt and uncle in a Chicago high-rise. (PG-13) (1:40) MAX: Wed. 8:30 A.M. (CC)

• Pontypool ’08. Stephen McHattie. A disc jockey barricades himself in a basement radio station and tries to spread the word about a virus, spread through language, that turns people into zombies. (NR) (1:40) TMC: Sun. 7:10 A.M. (CC)

• Post Grad ’09. Alexis Bledel. An optimistic graduate gets a rude awakening when she fails to find a job and must move back in with her eccentric family. (PG-13) (1:30) MAX: Sun. 4:45 P.M., Thu. 10:30 A.M. (CC)

• Predator ’87. Arnold Schwarzenegger. A sneaky alien monster attacks commandos on a jungle mission in South America. (R) (2:30) AMC: Sun. 12:30 P.M. (CC)

• A President to Remember: In the Company of John F. Kennedy ’08. Narrated by Alec Baldwin. Filmmaker Robert Drew captures intimate moments of President John F. Kennedy and his family. (NR) (1:30) HBO: Thu. 9:30 P.M. (CC)

• Pride and Glory ’08. Edward Norton. Duty and family loyalties come into conflict when a detective and his brother-in-law probe a failed drug bust in which a fellow cop and family member lost four men. (R) (2:15) HBO: Thu. 12:30 A.M. (CC)

• The Prince & Me 2: The Royal Wedding ’06. Luke Mably. A handsome Danish prince learns he must abdicate his throne if he marries a commoner. (PG) (1:40) TMC: Thu. 4:20 P.M. (CC)

• Prince Valiant ’54. James Mason. The comic-strip hero, an exiled Viking, joins King Arthur’s Camelot and unmasks the Black Knight. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Mon. 1:15 A.M.

• The Princess and the Frog ’09. Voices of Anika Noni Rose. Animated. A fateful kiss leads a young woman and a royal amphibian on an adventure through the bayous of Louisiana. (G) (1:45) STZ: Sun. 11:15 A.M., 9 P.M. (CC)

• The Princess Bride ’87. Cary Elwes. A storybook stableboy turns pirate and rescues his beloved, who is about to marry a dreadful prince. (PG) (2:00) AMC: Sat. 4 A.M. (CC)

• The Princess Diaries ’01. Julie Andrews. A woman gives etiquette lessons to her reluctant granddaughter who is heir apparent to a throne. (G) (2:00) E!: Sun. noon.

• Project X ’87. Matthew Broderick. While working on a program involving chimpanzees, a pilot questions the ethics of using animals for military purposes. (PG) (1:50) MAX: Mon. 7:40 A.M. (CC)

• Psyche ’59 ’64. Curt Jurgens. An industrialist’s wife tries to remember the shocking sight that made her blind. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Thu. 1:45 P.M.

• The Punisher ’04. Thomas Jane. An FBI agent becomes a gun-toting vigilante after a crooked businessman orders hit men to murder his family. (R) (3:00) FX: Sat. 6 P.M.

• Pure Country ’92. George Strait. An amiable country singer struggles to free himself of the hollow trappings of commercial stardom. (PG) (2:30) CMT: Mon. 4 P.M., 9 P.M.

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• A Raisin in the Sun ’08. Sean Combs. Members of a black family differ on how to spend insurance money. (3:00) BET: Sun. 4:30 P.M. (CC)

• Red: Werewolf Hunter ’10. Felicia Day. A descendant of Little Red Riding Hood hunts werewolves. (NR) (2:00) SYFY: Sun. 5 P.M. (CC)

• Remember the Daze ’07. Amber Heard. In 1999 some teenagers find a variety of ways to stave off boredom on their last day of school. (R) (1:45) SHO: Sun. 1 A.M.

• RENO 911!: Miami ’07. Thomas Lennon. Attending a police convention in Florida, bumbling Nevada officers must save the day when terrorists launch an attack. (NR) (1:45) COMEDY: Tue. 11:15 A.M. (CC)

• The Replacements ’00. Keanu Reeves. A football coach and his team’s owner recruit a ragtag band of has-beens and wannabes after failed negotiations lead to a strike. (PG-13) (2:45) CMT: Sat. 8 P.M.

• Resident Evil ’02. Milla Jovovich. Commandos infiltrate a research facility after a deadly virus turns the entire staff into ravenous zombies. (R) (1:45) MAX: Sun. 10 P.M. (CC)

• Resident Evil: Apocalypse ’04. Milla Jovovich. Survivors of a deadly virus must fight their way through Raccoon City’s legion of undead inhabitants. (R) (2:00) TNT: Sun. noon (CC)

• Resident Evil: Extinction ’07. Milla Jovovich. Genetically altered by Umbrella Corp., Alice and her cohorts try to eradicate an undead virus before it infects everyone on Earth. (R) (2:00) TNT: Sun. 2 P.M. (CC)

• Return to House on Haunted Hill ’07. Amanda Righetti. A treasure hunt leads a group of unsuspecting victims to a mansion inhabited by ghosts. (R) (1:45) AMC: Fri. 12:30 A.M. (CC)

• Reunion ’09. Brett Cullen. Members of a Yale secret society reunite in New York 10 years after the death of a friend. (NR) (1:40) TMC: Tue. 10:30 A.M., Fri. 3 P.M., 5:35 A.M. (CC)

• Revenge of the Nerds ’84. Robert Carradine. College freshmen Skolnick and Gilbert form their own fraternity for computer-whiz misfits. (R) (1:35) ENC: Wed. 1:10 A.M. (CC)

• Riddles of the Sphinx ’08. Dina Meyer. A man and his daughter must solve a series of riddles to defeat a deadly creature. (NR) (2:00) SYFY: Fri. 3 A.M. (CC)

• The Ring ’02. Naomi Watts. A journalist investigates a bizarre videotape whose images hold deadly consequences for its viewers. (PG-13) (2:00) MAX: Tue. 2 P.M. (CC)

• The Road ’09. Viggo Mortensen. A father and his son try to keep the dream of civilization alive as they wander through a post-apocalyptic landscape. (R) (2:00) SHO: Sun. 5 P.M. (CC)

• The Road Builder ’71. Patricia Neal. A woman tries to protect a man from the law, even though she realizes he is responsible for a string of brutal murders. (R) (1:45) TCM: Thu. 5:30 P.M.

• Road to Perdition ’02. Tom Hanks. During the Depression, a mobster takes his son along as he seeks to avenge the murders of his wife and younger child. (R) (2:00) MAX: Mon. 11:15 A.M. (CC)

• The Road Warrior ’81. Mel Gibson. Loner lawman Mad Max fights barbarian bikers for gasoline in the wasteland of the future. (R) (1:40) ENC: Thu. 5:50 P.M. (CC)

• The Rock ’96. Sean Connery. A one-time escaped convict leads Navy SEALs onto Alcatraz to thwart a renegade colonel’s rebels who threaten the area with warheads. (R) (2:20) ENC: Tue. 10:30 A.M., 8 P.M., 3:45 A.M., Sat. 11:40 A.M., 12:35 A.M. (CC)

• The Rock ’96. Sean Connery. A one-time escaped convict leads Navy SEALs onto Alcatraz to thwart a renegade colonel’s rebels who threaten the area with warheads. (R) (2:20) SHO: Fri. 11:15 P.M.

• Rock Slyde ’09. Patrick Warburton. A private detective contends with the leader of a religious cult while on his latest assignment. (PG-13) (1:30) SHO: Sun. 9 A.M., Sat. 8:35 A.M. (CC)

• Rocky Balboa ’06. Sylvester Stallone. Retired Rocky’s plan to re-enter the ring for a few small matches escalates into a full-fledged bout with the world’s reigning heavyweight. (PG) (2:00) FX: Thu. 3 P.M., Fri. 8 A.M.

• Romancing the Stone ’84. Michael Douglas. A mousy novelist goes to Colombia for her sister and joins a mercenary on a treasure hunt. (PG) (2:30) AMC: Thu. 11 A.M. (CC)

• Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion ’97. Mira Sorvino. Two dizzy underachievers pose as successful career gals. (R) (1:35) ENC: Fri. 3 P.M., Sat. 10 A.M. (CC)

• The Rookie ’02. Dennis Quaid. A high-school baseball coach makes it to the Major Leagues as a middle-aged relief pitcher. (G) (2:15) STZ: Sun. 6:50 A.M., 6:45 P.M., 2:20 A.M. (CC)

• Runaway Jury ’03. John Cusack. A juror, a lawyer and a mysterious woman stand in the way of a man trying to manipulate an explosive trial. (PG-13) (2:30) TBS: Tue. 3 A.M. (CC)

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• Savage Grace ’07. Julianne Moore. Insecurity and conflict over their son’s sexuality eventually lead to tragedy in a portrait of Bakelite heirs Brooks and Barbara Daly Baekeland. (NR) (1:45) SHO: Tue. 2 A.M.

• Save the Last Dance ’01. Julia Stiles. A white teenager moves to Chicago after her mother’s death and falls for a black student who shares her love of dance. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Thu. 8 P.M., 3 A.M. (CC)

• Saving Silverman ’01. Jason Biggs. Two childish buddies join forces to prevent another friend from marrying a woman they think is all wrong for him. (R) (2:00) TBS: Sun. 8:15 A.M. (CC)

• Scaramouche ’52. Stewart Granger. An 18th-century Frenchman poses as a clown and meets a master swordsman in a duel of revenge. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Sat. 6 P.M. (CC)

• Scarface ’32. Paul Muni. A mobster shoots his way to the top of the Chicago underworld. (PG) (1:45) TCM: Fri. 9:30 P.M. (CC)

• Scary Movie ’00. Shawn Wayans. Keenen Ivory Wayans directed this sendup of slasher films in which a vengeful killer stalks a group of nubile teens. (R) (1:30) SHO: Mon. 1 A.M. (CC)

• Scary Movie 2 ’01. Shawn Wayans. Psychology students and their professor spend the weekend in a haunted house in this sendup of horror films. (R) (1:30) SHO: Mon. 2:30 A.M.

• Scary Movie 3 ’03. Anna Faris. An anchorwoman investigates rumors about UFOs and a videotape that leads to deaths. (PG-13) (2:00) COMEDY: Mon. 1:30 P.M., 7 P.M. (CC)

• Scary Movie 4 ’06. Anna Faris. Dim-witted Cindy Campbell and her sex-crazed friend, Brenda, team up with cute-but-clueless Tom Ryan to save the world from a hostile alien invasion. (PG-13) (2:00) COMEDY: Fri. 2:30 A.M., Sat. 5:30 P.M. (CC)

• Scooby-Doo ’02. Freddie Prinze Jr. Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy and Scooby investigate claims that a theme park is haunted. (PG) (1:30) HBO: Thu. 6:15 A.M. (CC)

• Scooby-Doo! Camp Scare ’10. Voices of Matthew Lillard. Animated. Scooby, Shaggy and the rest of the gang investigate mysterious occurrences at the Whirlen Merlin Magic Academy. (NR) (1:30) TOON: Sun. 6 P.M.

• Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins ’09. Robbie Amell. Young Shaggy and his newly adopted dog joins forces with Fred, Daphne and Velma to investigate a haunting at their school. (PG) (2:00) TOON: Tue. 7 P.M.

• Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School ’88. Voices of Hamilton Camp. Animated. Scrappy, Shaggy and Scooby arrive at Miss Grimwood’s Finishing School, where a witch plans to put female ghouls under her spell. (2:00) TOON: Sat. 1 P.M.

• Scooby-Doo and the Witch’s Ghost ’99. Voices of Mary Kay Bergman. Animated. Scooby and friends investigate creepy goings-on and a mystery involving a famous horror writer in a small Massachusetts town. (NR) (1:30) TOON: Sun. 10 A.M.

• The Sea Hawk ’40. Errol Flynn. A British privateer raids Spanish ships with his queen’s permission in 1585. (NR) (2:15) TCM: Sat. 8 P.M. (CC)

• Secretary ’02. James Spader. After checking out of a mental institution, a woman works for an attorney who shares her enthusiasm for sadomasochism. (R) (1:50) MAX: Thu. 1:20 A.M. (CC)

• Seems Like Old Times ’80. Chevy Chase. A writer mixed up in a bank robbery seeks help from his ex-wife, who’s now wed to the district attorney. (PG) (1:45) ENC: Fri. 1:15 P.M. (CC)

• Senseless ’98. Marlon Wayans. An experimental drug wreaks havoc upon a hardworking college student by altering his senses. (R) (2:00) FX: Thu. 8 A.M.

• September Dawn ’06. Jon Voight. A cloud of secrecy surrounds the savage massacre of more than 100 members of a wagon train traveling through 1857 Utah. (R) (2:00) TMC: Sat. 3:30 A.M.

• Serendipity ’01. John Cusack. A man and a woman try to find each other after spending one night together 10 years earlier. (PG-13) (1:35) ENC: Tue. 7 A.M., 4:35 P.M. (CC)

• Serious Moonlight ’09. Meg Ryan. A woman tries to teach her cheating husband a lesson by duct-taping him to a toilet, but she doesn’t anticipate that burglars will enter their home. (R) (2:00) LIFE: Wed. 9 P.M. (CC)

• Severance ’06. Danny Dyer. A killer stalks members of a sales group from an international arms company, who have become lost in the woods during a team-building weekend. (R) (1:40) TMC: Sat. 10:35 P.M., 1:50 A.M. (CC)

• Sex and Breakfast ’07. Macaulay Culkin. Two young couples using anonymous sex as a catalyst to fix their troubled relationships must rethink what makes a connection work. (R) (1:30) SHO: Tue. 12:30 A.M. (CC)

• Shadrach ’98. Harvey Keitel. A middle-class child observes a poor family’s life and a former slave’s request in 1935 Virginia. (PG-13) (1:30) HBO: Wed. 12:30 P.M. (CC)

• Shallow Hal ’01. Gwyneth Paltrow. A self-help guru makes a superficial man see only the inner beauty of a very fat woman. (PG-13) (2:00) HBO: Sun. 2:30 P.M., Thu. 9:30 A.M. (CC)

• The Shawshank Redemption ’94. Tim Robbins. Two life sentences for a 1947 double murder land an innocent man in a corrupt Maine penitentiary. (R) (2:30) ENC: Sat. 8 P.M. (CC)

• She-Devil ’89. Meryl Streep. An accountant’s frumpy wife hexes him and his fancy mistress. (PG-13) (1:45) ENC: Fri. 6:15 P.M. (CC)

• She’s Out of My League ’10. Jay Baruchel. An airport security agent must figure out how to make the relationship work when a beautiful, successful woman falls in love with him. (R) (1:45) MAX: Mon. 9:30 A.M., 1:30 A.M., Fri. 10:50 A.M., 10 P.M. (CC)

• The Shortcut ’09. Andrew Seeley. Terror strikes small-town residents who dare venture down a mysterious path. (PG-13) (1:35) TMC: Wed. 7:40 A.M., 4:45 P.M. (CC)

• A Shot in the Dark ’64. Peter Sellers. Clumsy Inspector Clouseau visits a nudist camp to prove a French maid innocent of murder. (PG) (2:00) TCM: Thu. 10 P.M. (CC)

• Showgirls ’95. Elizabeth Berkley. A dancer becomes understudy in a Las Vegas show, sleeps with the boss and pushes the star down a flight of stairs. (R) (2:12) STZ: Wed. 1:28 A.M. (CC)

• Shred ’08. Tom Green. Two washed-up snowboarders face opposition from an old enemy when they try to make a comeback. (R) (2:00) COMEDY: Mon. 9:15 A.M. (CC)

• Siege of the Saxons ’63. Janette Scott. Upon the death of King Arthur, his daughter wins the right of selecting the knight she wants as a husband and heir. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Mon. 5 A.M.

• Signs ’02. Mel Gibson. With the help of his brother, a Pennsylvanian investigates the appearance of 500-foot-diameter circles in his crop fields. (PG-13) (1:50) STZ: Tue. 12:30 P.M., 11 P.M., Wed. 7:30 A.M. (CC)

• Sin City ’05. Jessica Alba. Lawmen, prostitutes, a hulking thug and other sordid characters run amok in a crime-ridden metropolis. (R) (2:00) WGN-A: Sat. 4 A.M. (CC)

• Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit ’93. Whoopi Goldberg. A Las Vegas singer teaches a mother superior’s flock how to rock and save the school from closure. (PG) (2:00) LIFE: Mon. 12:30 P.M. (CC)

• The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 ’08. Amber Tamblyn. Tibby, Lena, Carmen and Bridget find it increasingly difficult to stay in touch as their lives branch out in different directions. (PG-13) (2:30) LIFE: Sat. 2:30 P.M. (CC)

• Six Days, Seven Nights ’98. Harrison Ford. An emergency landing strands a New York magazine editor and a South Pacific cargo pilot on an unknown Tahitian island. (PG-13) (2:00) FX: Sat. 1 P.M.

• 16 Blocks ’06. Bruce Willis. A boozy, world-weary NYPD cop must outwit rogue officers planning to kill a witness who is set to testify against them. (PG-13) (1:55) USA: Mon. 2:05 A.M. (CC)

• Sixteen Candles ’84. Molly Ringwald. A girl turning 16 likes another girl’s guy and feels nobody cares about her birthday. (PG) (2:00) ABCFAM: Sat. 10:30 A.M.

• The Sixth Sense ’99. Bruce Willis. A child psychologist tries to help a boy traumatized by visitations from troubled spirits. (PG-13) (1:50) ENC: Mon. 10 P.M. (CC)

• Skeleton Crew ’09. Steve Porter. Members of a film crew face unspeakable horrors at an abandoned mental institution where snuff films were made. (R) (1:45) SHO: Thu. 3 A.M. (CC)

• Skinwalkers ’07. Jason Behr. As a half-lycanthrope boy approaches his 13th birthday, two factions of werewolves prepare for battle; one group believes the boy will lead the race into the future, but the other wants to kill him. (PG-13) (2:00) SYFY: Sun. 11:30 P.M. (CC)

• The Skulls ’00. Joshua Jackson. A freshman joins an elite society that will guarantee him success, but he questions his decision when his reporter roommate dies mysteriously. (PG-13) (1:50) MAX: Wed. 4:40 P.M. (CC)

• Snakes on a Plane ’06. Samuel L. Jackson. An FBI agent must contend with a swarm of deadly serpents that have been released aboard an airliner to kill the witness he is escorting to trial. (R) (2:00) FX: Tue. 4 P.M.

• Sneakers ’92. Robert Redford. An ex-’60s-radical computer hacker and his company are tapped for a shady black-box job. (PG-13) (2:15) HBO: Mon. 7 A.M. (CC)

• Solaris ’02. George Clooney. A widowed psychologist arrives at a space station to investigate the unexplained behavior of a group of scientists. (PG-13) (1:45) HBO: Thu. 11:30 A.M. (CC)

• Solitary Man ’09. Michael Douglas. Many years’ worth of bad choices and indiscretions come back to haunt a disgraced car dealer when he accompanies his girlfriend’s daughter on a trip to his alma mater. (R) (1:35) STZ: Tue. 4:05 P.M. (CC)

• Something of Value ’57. Rock Hudson. A Kenyan native is torn between his tribe and his British friend during the Mau Mau crisis. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Mon. 11:15 A.M. (CC)

• Son-in-Law ’93. Pauly Shore. A college freshman comes home to her family’s South Dakota farm, with her goofy California boyfriend. (PG-13) (2:15) CMT: Fri. 6:45 P.M., Sat. 3 P.M.

• Sorority Boys ’02. Barry Watson. Accused of stealing by other fraternity members, three chauvinists pose as women while trying to find the real culprits. (R) (1:40) ENC: Fri. 4:35 P.M., 12:45 A.M. (CC)

• Sorority Row ’09. Briana Evigan. The body count rises as a group of sorority sisters begin receiving messages from a friend whose death they covered up a year earlier. (R) (1:40) TMC: Thu. 10 P.M. (CC)

• Soul Food ’97. Vanessa L. Williams. Domestic troubles and illness threaten a close-knit family. (R) (2:30) LIFE: Sun. 6:30 P.M., Mon. 4:30 P.M. (CC)

• South Pacific ’58. Mitzi Gaynor. Navy nurse Nellie falls for plantation-owner Emile, who accepts a top-secret World War II mission. (NR) (2:45) TCM: Sun. 1:30 P.M. (CC)

• Space Chimps ’08. Voices of Andy Samberg. Animated. A fun-loving chimpanzee has to get serious when he becomes an astronaut and he and his shipmates become stranded at the other side of a black hole. (G) (2:00) FX: Wed. 8 A.M.

• Spawn ’97. John Leguizamo. A clown from hell allows a badly scarred man to return to Earth on a mission to conquer the world. (PG-13) (2:00) FX: Sun. 1 P.M., Mon. 10 A.M.

• The Specialist ’94. Sylvester Stallone. Helping a woman avenge her parents’ death leaves an ex-CIA explosives ace open to an old foe in Miami. (R) (2:30) AMC: Fri. 10 P.M., Sat. 3:30 P.M. (CC)

• Speed ’94. Keanu Reeves. A SWAT team ace must keep the speed of a Santa Monica bus above 50 mph, or a madman’s bomb will explode. (R) (2:00) ENC: Sun. 4:20 P.M., 2:20 A.M. (CC)

• Spencer’s Mountain ’63. Henry Fonda. The Wyoming Spencers have nine children, too small a house and a son who wants to go to college. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Sat. 3:15 A.M.

• Spider-Man 2 ’04. Tobey Maguire. Tormented Peter Parker battles a sinister scientist who uses mechanical tentacles for destructive purposes. (PG-13) (2:15) HBO: Mon. 12:30 P.M., Fri. 6:45 P.M. (CC)

• The Spiderwick Chronicles ’08. Freddie Highmore. Siblings learn that magical creatures are behind the strange occurrences at their great-great-uncle’s rundown estate. (PG) (2:00) ABCFAM: Sun. 7:30 A.M.

• Spies Like Us ’85. Chevy Chase. Two clumsy bureaucrats are trained as spies, then sent to Pakistan to create a diversion. (PG) (1:50) ENC: Wed. 4:30 A.M. (CC)

• Spinning Into Butter ’07. Sarah Jessica Parker. A dean deals with a racial incident at a Vermont college. (R) (1:30) SHO: Wed. 7:30 A.M.

• The Spirit ’08. Gabriel Macht. A ghostlike crime fighter faces a villain known as the Octopus, whose aim is to destroy Central City while searching for the secret to immortality. (PG-13) (1:45) TMC: Sun. 10 P.M.

• Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron ’02. Voices of Matt Damon. Animated. A mustang journeys through the American frontier, befriends a Lakota brave and finds love with a mare. (G) (1:25) HBO: Tue. 6:20 A.M. (CC)

• Spy Game ’01. Robert Redford. A CIA agent tries to rescue his one-time protege who awaits execution in a Chinese prison. (R) (2:10) STZ: Thu. 9:05 A.M., 4:50 P.M. (CC)

• Standing Still ’05. James Van Der Beek. A chain reaction of confrontations and romantic encounters occurs when college friends reunite for one’s wedding. (R) (1:30) HBO: Wed. 1:15 A.M. (CC)

• Starship Troopers ’97. Casper Van Dien. Members of Earth’s space fleet battle a vicious army of gigantic insects bent on destroying humanity. (R) (2:10) ENC: Wed. 2:10 P.M., 11 P.M. (CC)

• Starsky & Hutch ’04. Ben Stiller. Thrown together as partners, two detectives investigate a cocaine dealer suspected of murder. (PG-13) (1:45) MAX: Sat. 8:15 P.M. (CC)

• State of Play ’09. Russell Crowe. An investigative journalist stumbles into a cover-up of gigantic proportions as he and his partner probe the murder of a beloved congressman’s mistress. (PG-13) (2:10) MAX: Wed. 10:10 A.M. (CC)

• Step Up ’06. Channing Tatum. A troubled guy but a gifted dancer attracts the attention of a talented ballerina at a Maryland school. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Fri. 11:45 P.M. (CC)

• Step Up ’06. Channing Tatum. A troubled guy but a gifted dancer attracts the attention of a talented ballerina at a Maryland school. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Sat. 11:30 A.M.

• Step Up 2 the Streets ’08. Briana Evigan. A street dancer enrolls at Maryland School of the Arts and teams up with a talented classmate to take a team to an underground dance contest. (PG-13) (2:00) TBS: Fri. 1:45 A.M., Sat. 1:30 P.M. (CC)

• Stigmata ’99. Patricia Arquette. An atheist’s visions and manifestations of wounds like those of the crucified Christ prompt the Vatican to send an investigator. (R) (2:00) WGN-A: Sun. 3 P.M., 2 A.M. (CC)

• Stomp the Yard ’07. Columbus Short. A troubled street dancer enrolls in a Georgia college and finds himself in the middle of a tug-of-war between fraternities, who want to use his talents in a dance competition. (PG-13) (2:15) TBS: Sat. 9:15 A.M.

• Storm ’99. Luke Perry. A general with a device that controls weather recruits a meteorologist to direct a hurricane toward Mexico. (PG-13) (2:00) SYFY: Sat. 9 A.M.

• Strange Wilderness ’08. Steve Zahn. The hosts of a TV wildlife program hope to save their show from cancellation by finding the legendary Bigfoot. (R) (2:00) COMEDY: Sat. 3:30 P.M. (CC)

• The Subject Was Roses ’68. Patricia Neal. Bickering parents welcome their son home from World War II. (G) (2:00) TCM: Thu. 3:30 P.M. (CC)

• Suicide Girls Must Die ’10. (R) (1:30) SHO: Thu. 1:30 A.M. (CC)

• Summer Rental ’85. John Candy. A stressed air-traffic controller takes his family to Florida and makes a fool of himself. (PG) (1:56) AMC: Wed. 4:04 A.M., Thu. 1:30 P.M. (CC)

• Sunshine Cleaning ’08. Amy Adams. Hoping to create a better life for herself and her son, a cleaning woman starts a crime-scene-cleanup business with her unreliable sister. (R) (1:40) ENC: Sun. 6:20 P.M. (CC)

• Super Troopers ’01. Jay Chandrasekhar. Five state troopers try to stop a group of drug dealers in order to save their careers. (R) (1:40) MAX: Wed. 10 P.M. (CC)

• Supercop ’92. Jackie Chan. A Hong Kong policeman and a mainland policewoman meet, team up and join a drug ring to destroy it. (R) (1:35) STZ: Wed. 5:30 A.M. (CC)

• Supernova ’05. Peter Fonda. Electromagnetic pulses wreak havoc on the Earth following a scientist’s secret discovery that the sun will soon explode. (2:00) SYFY: Sat. 11 A.M.

• Swordfish ’01. John Travolta. A spy working for the CIA forces a computer hacker, who was recently released from prison, to help steal unused government funds. (R) (2:00) AMC: Fri. 8 P.M., Sat. 6 P.M.

• Sylvia Scarlett ’35. Katharine Hepburn. Sylvia cuts her hair, dresses like a boy and flees French police with her father. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Tue. 6:30 A.M. (CC)

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• Take ’07. Minnie Driver. Several years after their lives met in tragedy, a single mother and a gambling addict must reconcile with the past. (R) (2:00) TMC: Sun. 8 P.M., Sat. 5:30 P.M.

• The Taking of Pelham 123 ’09. Denzel Washington. A subway dispatcher calls on his extensive knowledge of the transit system to outwit hijackers who are threatening to kill passengers unless a ransom is paid. (R) (1:50) STZ: Wed. 9:20 A.M., 7:10 P.M., 3:40 A.M., Sat. 5:25 A.M. (CC)

• The Tale of Despereaux ’08. Voices of Matthew Broderick. Animated. In the faraway kingdom of Dor, a misfit mouse must find his inner knight in order to rescue a kidnapped princess. (G) (1:45) HBO: Tue. 7:45 A.M. (CC)

• The Talented Mr. Ripley ’99. Matt Damon. A young man travels to 1950s Italy and begins to assume the identity of a playboy he was hired to bring back to the United States. (R) (3:00) FX: Sat. 7 A.M.

• Tales From the Crypt Presents Bordello of Blood ’96. Dennis Miller. A seedy private eye helps a televangelist’s employee, whose brother vanished at a brothel of female vampires. (R) (1:35) HBO: Sun. 4:25 A.M. (CC)

• Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze ’91. Paige Turco. The four superturtles and their newswoman friend meet Tokka and Rahzar, Shredder’s new mutant monsters. (PG) (1:30) HBO: Sat. 6:30 A.M. (CC)

• Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here ’69. Robert Redford. A lawman is forced to come to terms with himself while pursuing an American Indian who killed a man in self-defense. (PG) (1:40) MAX: Thu. 7:10 A.M. (CC)

• Thelma & Louise ’91. Susan Sarandon. An Arkansas waitress and a housewife shoot a rapist and take off in a ’66 Thunderbird. (R) (2:30) TBS: Wed. 3 A.M. (CC)

• There’s Something About Mary ’98. Cameron Diaz. A geek hires a sleazy private eye to report on a woman he has adored since high school. (R) (2:30) FX: Thu. 10 P.M., Fri. 3:30 P.M.

• They ’02. Laura Regan. A psychology student and her friends begin to have nightmares, resulting in strange marks appearing on their bodies. (PG-13) (2:00) AMC: Sun. 3:30 A.M.

• They Live ’88. Roddy Piper. When two men put on special sunglasses they see aliens and subliminal messages. (R) (2:00) AMC: Mon. 3:30 P.M., Tue. noon (CC)

• This Sporting Life ’63. Richard Harris. A Yorkshire coal miner lets rugby fame go to his head and realizes too late he has ruined his life. (NR) (2:30) TCM: Wed. 10 P.M. (CC)

• The Time Traveler’s Wife ’09. Rachel McAdams. The unusual genetic makeup of a librarian causes him to travel back and forth through time, so that he and his beloved are always out of sync. (PG-13) (2:00) HBO: Fri. 2:30 P.M. (CC)

• Tin Men ’87. Richard Dreyfuss. Rival aluminum-siding salesmen declare war in 1963 Baltimore. (R) (1:55) MAX: Fri. 12:35 P.M. (CC)

• To Sir, With Love ’67. Sidney Poitier. Unable to find employment in his field, a black engineer accepts a teaching position in a tough East End London school. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Sun. 6 P.M. (CC)

• To Walk With Lions ’99. Richard Harris. A young man comes to work at a rehabilitation compound for zoo lions in East Africa where he meets George Adamson. (PG-13) (2:00) SHO: Tue. 9:15 A.M.

• The Toast of New York ’37. Edward Arnold. Based on the life of “Jubilee Jim” Fisk, a peddler who became one of the first financial giants of Wall Street. (NR) (2:00) TCM: Tue. 8:15 A.M. (CC)

• Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes ’10. Voices of Malcolm McDowell. Animated. Tom and Jerry play cat-and-mouse games with Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson. (NR) (1:00) TOON: Sun. 5 P.M., Mon. 10 A.M.

• Tooth Fairy ’10. Dwayne Johnson. As penance for dashing a child’s hopes, a rough-and-tumble hockey player must serve time as a genuine tooth fairy. (PG) (1:45) HBO: Sun. 9:45 A.M. (CC)

• Tornado: Nature Unleashed ’04. Daniel Bernhardt. A massive tornado threatens the lives of a journalist, a producer and a town of Gypsies. (PG-13) (2:00) SYFY: Sat. 1 A.M.

• Trail of the Pink Panther ’82. Peter Sellers. A French TV newswoman interviews friends and foes of the missing Inspector Clouseau. (PG) (1:45) TCM: Fri. 6 A.M.

• Transformers ’07. Shia LaBeouf. Humanity’s fate rests in the hands of a youth when two races of warring robots make Earth their final battleground. (PG-13) (3:00) TNT: Sun. 6 P.M., 9 P.M., Tue. 7 P.M., Sat. 5 P.M. (CC)

• Transsiberian ’08. Woody Harrelson. A train trip from Beijing to Moscow takes a deadly turn when a couple encounter a pair of drug dealers and a Russian detective on a killer’s trail. (R) (2:00) TMC: Mon. 10:15 P.M., Thu. 6 P.M., 2:45 A.M.

• Tremors ’90. Kevin Bacon. Four big worms with multiple tongues dig high-speed around people in the middle of nowhere. (PG-13) (2:00) AMC: Tue. 6 P.M., 3 A.M. (CC)

• The Trigger Effect ’96. Kyle MacLachlan. Southern California yuppies cope with a sick infant, young toughs and a looter during a power failure. (R) (1:35) MAX: Thu. 3:10 A.M. (CC)

• Troll ’86. Michael Moriarty. An evil troll transforms an apartment house and its residents into a kingdom of mystical creatures. (PG-13) (2:15) ENC: Fri. 7:45 A.M. (CC)

• Trucker ’08. Michelle Monaghan. A long-distance hauler is forced to take care of her estranged son when her ex-husband becomes gravely ill. (R) (1:45) SHO: Sat. 4:05 P.M.

• True Lies ’94. Arnold Schwarzenegger. A Washington wife discovers her computer-salesman husband is a spy out to stop nuclear terrorists. (R) (3:00) AMC: Sat. 10 P.M., 1 A.M. (CC)

• The Truth About Cats & Dogs ’96. Uma Thurman. A radio adviser to pet owners sends a glamorous blond proxy on her blind date with an unsuspecting photographer. (PG-13) (2:00) LIFE: Sat. 9 P.M., 11 P.M. (CC)

• The Tuxedo ’02. Jackie Chan. A chauffeur embarks on a covert mission after a tuxedo from a secret agent gives him extraordinary abilities. (PG-13) (1:45) MAX: Tue. 5:45 P.M. (CC)

• Twelve Monkeys ’95. Bruce Willis. A psychiatrist finally believes a patient who claims to be a time-traveler sent to 1996 to prevent a virulent holocaust. (R) (2:15) HBO: Mon. 3 A.M. (CC)

• 21 Grams ’03. Sean Penn. The lives of a terminally ill professor and an ex-convict intersect with a woman who lost her family in a car accident. (R) (2:05) MAX: Tue. 7:45 A.M. (CC)

• Twilight ’08. Kristen Stewart. A high-school student is caught up in a romance with a vampire, whose family has renounced the drinking of blood. (PG-13) (2:05) SHO: Sat. 10 A.M., 9 P.M.

• The Twilight Saga: New Moon ’09. Kristen Stewart. After the abrupt departure of Edward, Bella develops a deep friendship with Jacob and is drawn into the world of werewolves. (PG-13) (2:25) SHO: Sat. 12:05 P.M., 11 P.M. (CC)

• Two Family House ’00. Michael Rispoli. An ambitious married dreamer secretly helps an abandoned single mother in 1950s Staten Island. (R) (1:50) TMC: Sat. 5:30 A.M. (CC)

• 2 Fast 2 Furious ’03. Paul Walker. A former policeman and his friend work with a U.S. Customs agent to indict a launderer in Miami. (PG-13) (1:50) STZ: Mon. 7 A.M., 3:40 P.M., 11:05 P.M. (CC)

• Two Lovers ’08. Joaquin Phoenix. A man juggles relationships with an honest, loving young woman and a manipulative neighbor who has a married boyfriend. (R) (1:55) SHO: Tue. 5:50 P.M., 5:30 A.M., Fri. 10 A.M. (CC)

• 2012 ’09. John Cusack. A failed writer tries to lead his family to safety, as the world falls apart during a series of global cataclysms. (PG-13) (2:45) STZ: Fri. 11 A.M., 7:20 P.M., 5:50 A.M. (CC)

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• Unanswered Prayers ’10. Eric Close. A happily married father encounters the woman of his high-school fantasies. (2:00) LIFE: Sat. 7 P.M. (CC)

• Unbeatable Harold ’06. Gordon Michaels. An Elvis-loving assistant manager at a Reno restaurant courts a new waitress who is on the run from her rotten boyfriend. (PG-13) (1:25) TMC: Mon. 8:40 A.M., 6:40 P.M., Thu. 11:45 A.M. (CC)

• Underworld ’03. Kate Beckinsale. A female vampire tries to protect a medical student from werewolves intent on creating a hybrid species. (NR) (2:30) SYFY: Sun. 7 P.M. (CC)

• Underworld ’03. Kate Beckinsale. A female vampire tries to protect a medical student from werewolves intent on creating a hybrid species. (NR) (2:30) SYFY: Mon. 4:30 P.M.

• Underworld: Evolution ’06. Kate Beckinsale. Vampire warrior Selene and her werewolf lover trace the origins of the ancient feud between their races. (R) (2:00) SYFY: Sun. 9:30 P.M., Mon. 7 P.M.

• Unforgiven ’92. Clint Eastwood. An old gunslinger, his ex-partner and a quick-draw kid go bounty hunting in a town called Big Whiskey. (R) (3:00) CMT: Sun. 5 P.M., Wed. 4 P.M., 9 P.M.

• The Uninvited ’09. Elizabeth Banks. A ghost prompts a lethal battle of wills between a man’s new fiancee and his two daughters, one of whom has just returned from a mental ward. (PG-13) (1:30) HBO: Thu. 3:30 P.M. (CC)

• The Uninvited ’44. Ray Milland. A British brother and sister move to a coastal mansion haunted by two ghosts. (NR) (1:45) TCM: Sat. 10:15 P.M. (CC)

• Untamed Heart ’93. Christian Slater. A Minneapolis waitress falls for a shy busboy who thinks his heart came from a baboon king. (PG-13) (2:30) WE: Fri. 10 A.M. (CC)

• Unthinkable ’10. Samuel L. Jackson. An interrogator uses torture to force a terrorist to reveal the locations of three nuclear bombs. (R) (1:40) STZ: Tue. 2:20 A.M., Fri. 1:45 P.M. (CC)

• Up ’09. Voices of Ed Asner. Animated. A 78-year-old balloon salesman ties thousands of balloons to his house and flies to South America, but discovers too late a young stowaway aboard. (PG) (1:40) ENC: Sun. 8:50 A.M., 8 P.M., 4:20 A.M. (CC)

• Up Close & Personal ’96. Robert Redford. Romance and stardom result for a pretty young reporter when her boss takes her under his wing. (PG-13) (2:30) LIFE: Sun. 4 P.M. (CC)

• Uptown Girls ’03. Brittany Murphy. Forced to get a job, a freewheeling woman becomes a nanny to the uptight daughter of a New York executive. (PG-13) (2:00) ABCFAM: Sat. 8:30 A.M.

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• Valentine’s Day ’10. Jessica Alba. A diverse group of Los Angeles residents wends its way through love, romance and heartbreak over the course of a single day. (PG-13) (2:05) HBO: Sun. 6:45 P.M., Tue. 1 P.M., 8:30 P.M. (CC)

• Valentino: The Last Emperor ’08. The life of a legendary fashion designer. (PG-13) (1:45) SHO: Sun. 5:45 A.M., Thu. 6:15 A.M. (CC)

• Valley of the Dolls ’67. Barbara Parkins. Three young women turn to pills because of their lives in show business. (PG-13) (2:05) ENC: Wed. 6:05 A.M. (CC)

• Vanilla Sky ’01. Tom Cruise. A wealthy womanizer has trouble distinguishing dreams from reality after a car accident leaves him disfigured. (R) (2:15) SHO: Wed. 3:45 P.M.

• The Velveteen Rabbit ’07. Jane Seymour. Live action/animated. Longing to be real, a stuffed bunny gives comfort to a lonely boy. (G) (1:30) TMC: Mon. 7:10 A.M. (CC)

• Volcano: Nature Unleashed ’04. Chris William Martin. A volcanologist faces resistance when he tries to warn a town’s mayor of an impending eruption. (PG-13) (2:00) SYFY: Sat. 3 A.M.

• Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea ’61. Walter Pidgeon. The admiral of an atomic submarine tries to stop the Van Allen radiation belt from cooking Earth. (PG) (1:50) MAX: Fri. 6:40 A.M. (CC)

• Voyeur: The Motion Picture ’03. Jessica Drake. A young woman spies on unsuspecting lovers, including an ex-porn star, a collegian and a handyman. (NR) (1:15) TMC: Fri. 2:45 A.M. (CC)

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• W. ’08. Josh Brolin. George W. Bush transforms himself from a ne’er-do-well son of privilege to president of the United States. (PG-13) (2:10) TMC: Mon. 10:05 A.M., 8:05 P.M. (CC)

• Wall Street ’87. Michael Douglas. Oliver Stone’s tale of the career of an ambitious stockbroker and his involvement with a ruthless corporate raider. (R) (3:00) AMC: Fri. 9:30 A.M. (CC)

• War Games: The Dead Code ’08. Matt Lanter. Government officials track a computer whiz after the teen plays a terrorist-attack simulator game. (PG-13) (1:45) HBO: Mon. 2:45 P.M. (CC)

• Washington Story ’52. Van Johnson. A newspaper reporter assigned to do a hatchet job on Washington legislators seeks the aid of a scandal columnist. (NR) (1:30) TCM: Thu. 12:15 P.M. (CC)

• Watchmen ’09. Billy Crudup. After his former colleague is murdered, a masked vigilante uncovers a plot to discredit and destroy the world’s superheroes. (R) (3:10) MAX: Fri. 5:05 P.M. (CC)

• Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins ’08. Martin Lawrence. Determined to prove to his family how much he has changed, a talk-show star returns to his small Southern hometown for his parents’ anniversary. (PG-13) (2:00) USA: Sun. 11 P.M. (CC)

• What a Girl Wants ’03. Amanda Bynes. A vivacious teenager leaves New York in order to meet her estranged father in London. (PG) (2:30) ABCFAM: Sat. 12:30 P.M.

• What Happens in Vegas ’08. Cameron Diaz. Following a night of wild partying, two strangers awake and find that they have married each other and won a jackpot. (PG-13) (2:00) FX: Fri. 8 P.M., 10 P.M.

• While She Was Out ’08. Kim Basinger. A woman fights with a gang that is trying to kill her. (R) (1:30) STZ: Mon. 4:10 A.M. (CC)

• Whip It ’09. Ellen Page. Stifled in her mother’s world of beauty pageants and conformity, a rebellious teen finds purpose and liberation in the ranks of a Texas roller-derby team. (PG-13) (1:50) MAX: Sat. 2 P.M. (CC)

• The White Ribbon ’09. Christian Friedel. An undercurrent of malice runs through a German village, as a series of misfortunes plagues its citizens in the year before the outbreak of World War I. (R) (2:30) STZ: Sun. 4:30 A.M. (CC)

• Wildcats ’86. Goldie Hawn. A famous coach’s daughter coaches boys football at a city high school patrolled by dogs. (R) (1:50) ENC: Tue. 6:10 P.M. (CC)

• The Wolfman ’10. Benicio Del Toro. A nobleman contends with an ancient curse, scouring his childhood homeland for his missing brother, while a bloodthirsty beast prowls the moors. (R) (1:45) MAX: Mon. 2:45 P.M. (CC)

• The Wrestler ’08. Mickey Rourke. An aging wrestler tries to reconnect with his estranged daughter and get his battered body in shape for a rematch of one of his most-lauded fights. (R) (1:55) HBO: Sat. 1:50 A.M. (CC)

• Wrong Turn ’03. Desmond Harrington. Three inbred cannibals terrorize a medical student and five campers in a remote area of West Virginia. (R) (2:00) AMC: Wed. 6 P.M. (CC)

• Wrong Turn 2: Dead End ’07. Erica Leerhsen. Deranged cannibals terrorize a group of contestants competing on a reality TV show in the wilderness of West Virginia. (NR) (2:00) SYFY: Mon. 12:30 P.M.

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• X-Men: The Last Stand ’06. Hugh Jackman. An all-out war looms when the discovery of a cure for mutations draws a line between the followers of Charles Xavier and those of Magneto. (PG-13) (3:00) FX: Sat. 3 P.M.

• XXX ’02. Vin Diesel. A government agent recruits an athlete to stop an anarchist from using biological and chemical weapons. (PG-13) (2:05) ENC: Sat. 2 P.M., 10:30 P.M. (CC)

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• Year One ’09. Jack Black. Two lazy primitives begin an epic journey through the ancient world after they are banished from their village. (PG-13) (1:40) STZ: Sun. 12:40 A.M., Mon. 7:20 P.M. (CC)

• You Kill Me ’07. Ben Kingsley. An alcoholic assassin heads west to dry out and lands a job in a mortuary, where he meets a relative of one of his many victims. (R) (1:45) TMC: Wed. 9:15 A.M., 8 P.M. (CC)

• Youth in Revolt ’09. Michael Cera. A pretentious teenager invents a French alter ego in the hope of finding his way into the heart, and bed, of a pretty neighbor. (R) (1:35) TMC: Thu. 11:40 P.M.

• You’ve Got Mail ’98. Tom Hanks. Professional rivalry threatens to thwart romance when anonymous e-mail pals meet each other. (PG) (2:30) TBS: Sat. 10:15 P.M. (CC)

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