What to watch this week



Monday 24 March 2014


Monsters University

M-Net Movies Premiere (channel 103) | 6.45pm | PG

See how the two funniest monsters from Monsters, Inc. met during their college days. With the voices of Billy Crystal and John Goodman.



Tuesday 25 March 2014


The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy

M-Net Movies Action+ (channel 106) | 6pm | PG

The legendary book with a galaxy of adventures is comes to life on the big screen in all its glory. With Martin Freeman, Mos Def and Zooey Deschanel.



Wednesday 26 March 2014


About A Boy

M-Net (channel 101) | 7.30pm | PG 13

As Modern Family takes a production break, this slot is filled with a wonderful new series that is based on the wildly popular book and film of the same name. With Minnie Driver, David Walton and Benjamin Stockham.



Thursday 27 March 2014


Midnight In Paris

M-Net Movies Comedy (channel 104) | 5.30pm | PG

This charming Woody Allen film starring Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams is set in Paris and takes a man on a historical journey as he strolls through the city at night.



Friday 28 March 2014


Autumn In New York

M-Net Movies Romance (channel 107) | 6.30pm | 13

Winona Ryder and Richard Gere star in this romantic film about a man falling for a younger woman, and the life lessons he learns.



Saturday 29 March 2014



M-Net Movies Premiere (channel 103) | 6.30pm | PG

Get the popcorn ready! Following the success of Cars, Disney/Pixar has released a new animated film starring a little crop-dusting plane with a fear of heights.



Sunday 30 March 2014


Moonrise Kingdom

M-Net Movies Premiere (channel 103) | 10am | PG13

It’s the summer of 1965 and two 12-year-olds decide to run away into the wilderness to get married. This spectacular film, made in a way only writer/director Wes Anderson could’ve imagined, is perfect for a lazy Sunday morning. With Bruce Willis, Edward Norton and countless cameo appearances.

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