Leap Year (Romance / Comedy), Romedy Now, 9 pm
Cast: Amy Adams, Matthew Goode, Adam Scott
The film follows frustrated Anna Brady (Amy Adams) who decides to fly to Dublin, Ireland, to propose to her boyfriend, Jeremy Sloane (Adam Scott) on February 29. Being a leap day, he cannot refuse—owing to the country’s tradition that a man who is proposed to on a leap day must accept. However, her plans are disturbed when a storm diverts her flight to Wales. Things get more complicated when she meets inn keeper Declan O’Callaghan (Matthew Goode). The Boston scenes were shot in and around Dublin Castle, in Ireland.
Skinwalkers (Action / Horror), Movies Now, 4.55 pm
Cast: Jason Behr, Elias Koteas, Rhona Mitra, Matthew Knight
In a town with two rival packs of werewolves, Rachel Talbot (Rhonda Mitra) and her son Timmy (Matthew Knight), prepare for his thirteenth birthday, unaware that Timmy is part of a prophecy. But with the red moon approaching, the packs are aware that the boy will soon gain his powers. The mother and son become targets of the packs—one believing the boy is to lead the race into the future and the other set on destroying him. Behr studied wolves and watched documentaries so he could play an alpha accurately.
Disturbia (Mystery), Z Studio, 9 pm
Cast: Shia LeBeouf, Sarah Roemer, Carrie Ann Moss, David Morse
Partly influenced by Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window, the film is about 17-year-old Kale Bretcht (Shia LaBeouf) who has become increasingly withdrawn since his father’s death. Charged with aggravated assault on his teacher and put on house arrest, he begins spying on his neighbours. Suspecting one of them to be a serial killer, he teams up with his neighbour to investigate. The script was written in the 1990s and was optioned. The original studio let the option expire after Christopher Reeve’s remake of Rear Window. It was not until 2004 that the script was rewritten and sold.
Always Kabhi Kabhi (Romance), Star Gold HD, 11:45 AM
Cast: Ali Fazal, Giselli Monteiro
The movie revolves around four teens on the verge of adulthood and the problems they face accepting the realities of life. Sameer Khana (Ali Fazal) is in love with Aishwarya Dhawan (Giselli Monteiro). Meanwhile, Tariq (Satyajeet Dubey) and Nandini (Zoa Morani) love to argue with each other, but do not realise they have fallen in love. When Aishwarya meets with an accident, their lives change forever. Roshan Abbas, the director of the film had directed the material on stage in the form of a musical called Graffiti.