MovieMax HD TV Schedule

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Saturday, February 6, 2016
  • Time
    Show
  • 7:00am

    The Grapes of Wrath

    Henry Fonda heads the cast in director John Ford's adaptation of John Steinbeck's classic novel set in America during the Great Depression. When their livelihood is ruined by prolonged drought, and landlords are turning people off the land, a family of destitute tenant farmers is forced to leave the dust bowl of Oklahoma and undertake a gruelling journey to California in a desperate search for work. With Jane Darwell and John Carradine

  • 9:10am

    Lost in Space

    A pioneering scientist takes his family out into the galaxy to set up a base camp on a new planet - but their spacecraft veers off course, stranding them in unexplored territory with a cunning villain, a helpful robot and a motley collection of alien creatures. Flashy sci-fi adventure, unfortunately more style than substance, starring Matt LeBlanc, Gary Oldman, William Hurt, Mimi Rogers and Heather Graham

  • 11:25am

    Alex and Emma

    Author Luke Wilson is given just 30 days to pay off his considerable gambling debts. He decides to raise the money by churning out a bestseller in record time - only to find himself falling for the typist (Kate Hudson) helping him out. The pair's romance is intercut with scenes from the Twenties-set story within the plot - with Wilson and Hudson also playing the protagonists. Feeble romantic comedy directed by Rob Reiner and also starring Sophie Marceau.

  • 1:05pm

    Brown Sugar

    Childhood friends Dre and Sidney grow up to be successful as a record company executive and a magazine editor. When their careers cause their paths to cross again, they begin to fall in love, despite both being in relationships with other people. Romantic drama, starring Taye Diggs, Sanaa Lathan, Queen Latifah and Mos Def

  • 2:55pm

    Catch a Fire

    Fact-based drama set in apartheid-era South Africa, starring Derek Luke as real life freedom fighter Patrick Chamusso. Initially living a peaceful life with no interest in politics, Patrick is stirred into action when he and his wife are arrested on suspicion of a bombing and treated brutally by the police, driving him to join a revolutionary movement and launch a series of violent attacks against the regime. Tim Robbins and Bonnie Henna also star

  • 4:40pm

    Joshua

    A disturbing drama about a family torn apart by nasty goings-on. Brad and Abby are a happy, healthy and wealthy couple with a very intelligent and talented nine-year-old son, Joshua. But when they add to their family with daughter Lily, their perfect life turns into a nightmare. The baby is unsettled and Abby struggles to cope; Grandma dies; the family dog dies; Joshua's hamster dies... And Joshua isn't the same little boy. He was always eccentric but now, well, he's being a very naughty boy... Jacob Kogan, Sam Rockwell, Vera Farminga and Celia Weston star in this chilling thriller.

  • 6:30pm

    Ouija

    A teenager recovering from the suicide of a friend persuades a group of her classmates to join her in attempting to make contact with the dead girl's spirit. They discover that she was driven to her death by dangerous supernatural forces, which they have unwittingly unleashed to prey on them. Horror, starring Olivia Cooke and Ana Coto

  • 8:00pm

    Independence Day

    Roland Emmerich's hugely successful, special effects-laden sci-fi adventure charting desperate efforts to defeat an invading force of seemingly indestructible aliens who are intent on making the Earth their own - but reckon without the combined forces of the plucky US president, an ace pilot and a computer genius. The star-studded cast is led by Will Smith, Bill Pullman and Jeff Goldblum, with support from Mary McDonnell, Randy Quaid, Harry Connick Jr., Brent Spiner and Robert Loggia

  • 10:25pm

    Into The Storm

    The town of Silverton is struck by numerous deadly tornadoes which is documented by storm trackers and the town's residents. Action thriller starring Richard Armitage.

  • 11:55pm

    Contact

    A radio astronomer sweeping distant space with satellite receives a signal from the star of Vega indicating the existence of intelligent life - and a transmission encoding the blueprints for the design of a machine for intergalactic travel. Sci-fi drama based on astronomer Carl Sagan's novel, with Jodie Foster, Matthew McConaughey, James Woods, John Hurt, Angela Bassett and Rob Lowe