Make Your Move (Dance/Drama), HBO Hits, 5 pm
Cast: Derek Hough, BoA, Will Yun Lee
Inspired by the Shakespearean story of Romeo and Juliet, Make Your Move sees Donny (Hough), a New Orleans-based tap dancer and Aya (BoA), another performer, struggling to find their place in New York. While Donny works in his brother Nick’s club, Aya is part of Cobu girls, who specialise in a combination of Taiko drumming and tap dancing. Even as the duo finds that they have feelings for each other, they get caught in the middle of a dirty turf war between Nick and Kaz (Lee), Nick’s former partner. With Aya being Kaz’s sister, their relationship gets more complicated. Make Your Move marks K-pop singer BoA’s feature film debut
Brothers (Action/Drama), UTV Movies, 8 pm
Cast: Sidharth Malhotra, Akshay Kumar, Jackie shroff
At the prospect of street fighting becoming a legalised sport under the title Right To Fight (R2F), former MMA instructor and ex-con Garson Fernandes’(Shroff) sons, David (Kumar) and Monty (Malhotra) are among those ready to enter the arena. The father and sons are estranged after the death of their mother and now Monty is trying to be a professional fighter, while David is also forced to join that league as he loses his job and needs the money for his sick child. With R2F pitting the duo against each other, the story takes a darker turn. Brothers is inspired by the Hollywood movie, Warrior.
13 Cameras (Horror), Netflix India
Cast: PJ McCabe, Brianne Moncrief, Neville Archambault
When Ryan (McCabe) and Claire (Moncrief), a newly-wed couple, moves from New York to California owing to the prospect of a new job, they stumble upon a posh two-bedroom villa managed by Gerald (Archambault), an old loner. Excited by their find, Ryan and Claire are over the moon as they move in. But soon, they realise that they’re being spied on in their own house with Gerald misusing the security camera circuit. With Ryan’s affair with his secretary Hannah adding to the issues, the situation soon escalates into an unpleasant one. Critically acclaimed, 13 Cameras, previously known as Slum Lord, is Victor Zarcoff ’s directorial debut.
The Colony (Action/Sci-Fi), WB, 8.30 pm
Cast: Kevin Zegers, Laurence Fishburne, Bill Paxton
Set in 2045, The Colony explores the grim possibilities of global warming, where mankind has come up with weather controlling
machines to help bring the temperatures down. However, an unprecedented failure in the system turns the weather extremely cold, with Earthlings trapped in bunker colonies. One of them, Colony Seven, headed by Briggs (Fishburne) and Mason (Paxton), tries to help the inhabitants of Colony Five, who have been raided by a pack of cannibals. With Mason not happy with some decisions made by Briggs, will they be able to overcome their personal issues and do the right thing? This is the first movie to be filmed at the decommissioned North American Aerospace Defense Command, Ontario.
Azhar (Biography), Sony Max, 8 pm
Cast: Emraan Hashmi, Nargis Fakhri, Praachi Desai
Based on the life of the cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin (Hashmi), Azhar documents the life of the
sports star and his ups-and-downs. Kicking off from the peak of his career, when he scored a century in his 99th test
match, the film goes back to his earlier career challenges, his marriage to Naureen (Desai) and the complications that arise when he falls in love with Sangeeta (Fakhri), a former Miss India winner-turned-actress. With his career on a downward spiral, Azhar has to figure out how
to keep his personal life intact. This is the second film with Hashmi and a match-fixing plot. The first one was Jannat.
Hotel Transylvania 2 (Fantasy), Sony Pix & Pix HD, 1 pm and 9 pm
Cast: Adam Sandler, Andy Samberg, Selena Gomez
Having reconciled with his son-in-law Johnny (Samberg), Dracula (Sandler) has finally opened the doors of his hotel to humans. But his worst fears come true when his daughter Mavis (Gomez) gives birth to Dennis, who doesn’t display any vampiric characteristics, like fangs. Puzzled by the delicate nature of his ‘human’ grandchild, Dracula tries outrageous stunts to frighten him into turning into a vampire. But this just convinces Mavis to start thinking of moving to Johnny’s home town, to bring up the child. To make matters worse, Dracula’s father Vlad, who still hates humans, turns up for Dennis’s birthday party. Hotel Transylvania marks Sandler’s first animated sequel.