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TV Listings for FILM FOUR on Friday (28.07.2017)


03 25-07 00Teleshopping
Teleshopping.

07 00-11 00Teleshopping
Teleshopping.

11 00-13 05Parental Guidance
Family comedy with Billy Crystal, Bette Midler and Marisa Tomei. Three unruly preteens are in for a shock when their old-fashioned grandparents mind them while mum and dad are away.

13 05-14 50Robots
Family animation from the Ice Age team. An inventor goes to the big city to sell his plans for perfect robots. But business prefers constant upgrades, so he tries to change society.

14 50-18 40Titanic
Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet star in James Cameron's Oscar-winning epic as lovers from across the social divide who meet on the ocean liner that's heading for terrible tragedy.

18 40-21 00Cutthroat Island
Swashbuckling adventure. Geena Davis and Matthew Modine star as pirates racing to find the missing parts of their treasure map and beat an evil rival (Frank Langella) to the booty.

21 00-22 50Taken 2
Violent thriller sequel starring Liam Neeson, Maggie Grace and Famke Janssen. The Mills family must again fight for survival when an old enemy seeks revenge in Istanbul.

22 50-00 40Dredd
Sci-fi thriller. Brutal lawman Judge Dredd (Karl Urban) and a new recruit (Olivia Thirlby) are lured into a trap by a sadistic criminal (Lena Headey). Strong language/gory violence.

00 40-02 15The Moth Diaries
Gothic horror. A pallid new arrival at an all-girl boarding school disrupts pupil relationships. She shuns food and prefers night to day - could she be a vampire? Gory scenes.

02 15-04 00The Pact
Supernatural horror. A woman meets a demonic force after returning to the family home, where her sister has vanished. With Caity Lotz and Casper Van Dien. Violence/strong language.

04 00-07 00Teleshopping
Teleshopping.