TV6 Weekly Featured Movies
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- Friday, January 14 - “Disorganized Crime”: This 1989 comedy-crime movie follows four crooks who cause trouble while waiting for their leader who is being chased by two inept detectives. Stars Lou Diamond Phillips, Fred Gwynne, Corbin Bernsen and Ed O’Neill.
- Saturday, January 15 - “Déjà Vu”: In this 2006 action and sci-fi movie, a top-secret team brings ATF agent Doug Carlin (Denzel Washington) into its midst to capture the terrorist (Jim Caviezel) responsible for a ferry bombing that left hundreds dead. Amazing technology lets the team fold time four days backward and see the madman’s movements as he plots to kill a woman who could give him away. Carlin realizes that the technology could allow him to do what law-enforcement officers dream of—go back in time to prevent the crime.
- Monday, January 17 - “Thunderheart”: In this 1992 mystery-thriller movie, FBI agent Ray Levoi (Val Kilmer) is sent to investigate a series of murders that stuns a small Native American reservation. While Ray is relatively inexperienced, he is one quarter Sioux, and the FBI hopes that will make it easier for them to gather information from the locals. While the reservation police officer (Graham Greene) views the agent as an outsider, the tribal elder (Chief Ted Thin Elk) believes him to be the reincarnated spirit of Thunderheart, a Native American hero.
- Friday, January 21 - “Cold Mountain”: Based on the best-selling novel of the same name, 2003 war drama “Cold Mountain” is a classic story of love and devotion set against the backdrop of the American Civil War. Wounded Confederate soldier W.P. Inman (Jude Law) deserts his unit and travels across the South, aiming to return to his young wife Ada (Nicole Kidman), whom he left behind to tend their farm. As Inman makes his perilous journey home, Ada struggles to keep their home intact with the assistance of Ruby (Renée Zellweger), a mysterious drifter sent to help her by a kindly neighbor.
- Saturday, January 22 - “Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events”: Based on a series of 13 children’s novels written by American author Daniel Handler, this 2004 fantasy comedy film follows the three young Baudelaire siblings, who are left orphaned by a fire in their mansion and carted off to live with their distant relative, Count Olaf (Jim Carrey). Unfortunately, Olaf is a cruel, scheming man only after the inheritance that the eldest Baudelaire, Violet (Emily Browning), is set to receive. The children escape and find shelter with their quirky Uncle Monty (Billy Connolly) and, subsequently, their phobic Aunt Josephine (Meryl Streep), but Olaf is never far behind.
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