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MovieMax HD TV Schedule

Tuesday, September 2 2014
  • Time Show
    • 6:35am
      Flushed Away

      The Aardman team venture into the world of computer-animation in this lively comedy adventure that retains the individual style of their previous claymation characters. When pampered pet mouse Roddy (voiced by Hugh Jackman) is flushed down a toilet, he finds himself in a vast sewer city for rodents beneath the bustling streets of London, and is befriended by quick-witted rat Rita (Kate Winslet). Eager to return to his posh Kensington home, Roddy enlists the help of Rita, but the pair soon find themselves trying to foil a plan by an evil toad to rid the underground metropolis of its residents. Also with the voices of Ian McKellen, Jean Reno and Bill Nighy.

    • in 23 mins

      Unassuming car mechanic George Malley has a seemingly alien encounter on the way home from a bar, and finds he has been transformed into a genius with telekinetic powers - but doesn't suspect the problems lying ahead. As well as dealing with his new-found gift, George struggles to woo a divorced single mother. Sentimental drama designed to get tears flowing, starring John Travolta, Kyra Sedgwick, Forest Whitaker and Robert Duvall

    • 10:05am
      Leap Year

      As a woman travels to Ireland to propose to her boyfriend on the 29th of February, she doesn't plan on meeting the man of her dreams. Amy Adams, John Lithgow and Matthew Goode star in this romantic comedy.

    • 11:50am
      Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters

      The modern-day teenage son of the Greek god Poseidon must lead his friends on a perilous journey into the Bermuda triangle. They need to recover the legendary Golden Fleece to save the world, but getting to it means braving all manner of terrifying monsters. Fantasy adventure sequel, starring Logan Lerman and Alexandra Daddario

    • 1:40pm
      The Sessions

      Writer Mark has survived polio, but still needs to use an iron lung. At the age of 38, he has begun a writing career but has never had sex. With the support of his parish priest, he enlists the help of a sex therapist in gaining the confidence to lose his virginity. Comedy drama, starring John Hawkes, Helen Hunt and William H Macy

    • 3:20pm
      Les Misérables

      A former prisoner tries to lead an honest life in post-revolutionary France, despite being pursued everywhere by a fanatical police inspector. He promises a poverty-stricken factory worker that he will raise her child, a relationship that gives his life new meaning, but both of them are drawn into an uprising against the reinstated monarchy. Musical, starring Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe and Anne Hathaway

    • 6:00pm
      Me, Myself and Irene

      Off-colour humour abounds in this smash-hit comedy from the Farrelly brothers, starring Jim Carrey as a mild-mannered policeman who has to balance his day-to-day responsibilities with a split personality. Unfortunately his alter ego is not quite as easy-going - a problem exacerbated when he falls in love. With Renée Zellweger, Anthony Anderson, Mongo Brownlee and Robert Forster.

    • 8:00pm
      The Place Beyond The Pines

      A motorcycle stunt rider is reunited with his lost love and the son he has never met. He gives up his life on the road to support them, but ends up drawn into crime, attracting the attention of a troubled, ambitious cop and setting in motion a conflict that will have unforeseen consequences for both men's children. Crime drama, starring Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper

    • 10:30pm
      The Man in the Iron Mask

      The three Musketeers set out to depose the villainous King of France and reinstate his long-imprisoned twin brother. But they face overwhelming odds as they battle to save the country from tyranny - including their old friend D'Artagnan, who has remained loyal to the evil monarch. Randall Wallace's top-class big-budget version of the classic swashbuckler, bolstered by an excellent cast including a post-Titanic Leonardo DiCaprio, who stars in a dual role, alongside John Malkovich, Jeremy Irons, Gérard Depardieu and Gabriel Byrne as the heroic foursome. Anne Parillaud, Judith Godrèche and Hugh Laurie co-star