You Don’t Mess With The Zohan
Star Movies HD, 9 pm
Cast: Adam Sandler, Emmanuelle Chriqui (Comedy)
A formidable Israeli counter-terrorist Zohan (Adam Sandler) is sent on a mission to fight a Palestinian terrorist group. Fed up with constant violent encounters, Zohan fakes his death and decides to reform and pursue his passion for hairstyling in USA. He lands a job at a struggling salon. One day Palestinian cab driver Salim who has a grudge against Zohan, recognises him and plans to kill him. Loosely based on Nezi Arbib, a hairstylist and former Israeli soldier in California.
Drag Me To Hell
Z Studio, 8.30 pm
Cast: Alison Lohman, Lorna Raver (Horror)
Ganush (Lorna Raver), a gypsy woman approaches loan officer Christine Brown (Alison Lohman), for an extension on her mortgage payment. Christine, who has been trying to impress her boss for a promotion takes this as an opportunity and denies the extension. Helpless and angry, Ganush places a curse on Christine, and the latter faces torment from demons who threaten that she will be dragged to hell eternally. The movie was a box office success, making $90.8 million worldwide
on a $30 million budget.
MGM, 2 pm
Cast: Bette Davis, Barbara Carrera (Comedy)
Unaware of her true identity, Sam marries a witch named Miranda (Bette Davis). His vegetarian daughter Jenny and son-in-law return from their vacation to find that their new stepmother has filled their refrigerator with meat and has ruined the collection of herbs. Meanwhile, Miranda’s daughter Priscilla takes on a human form while her mother’s spirit inhabits a cat’s body. Jenny figures out they’re witches and tries to stop them from ruining her family. Davis only appears for 11 minutes.
HBO Defined, 10 pm
Cast: Nicolas Cage, Nicole Kidman (Drama)
Kyle (Nicolas Cage), a fast talking businessman, is just back from a work trip. As his daughter is sneaking out to a party, four thugs in security uniforms and ski masks invade their home and attack his wife. Their demand: cash and diamonds in the safe. Over the next few hours, the back stories of the four robbers (two brothers, a girlfriend, and the representative of a local drug kingpin) as well as Kyle and Sarah’s dysfunctional marriage come into play. The film took 18 days to get to DVD.