7 p.m: ‘He’s Just Not That Into You’ (French).
What started as just a catchy line of dialogue turned into a self-help book and is now a feature film loaded with recognizable names. ‘He’s Just Not That Into You’ is a romantic comedy that dissects the signals we put out as we interact with each other via the computer, over the phone, in text messages and emails, and in person.
Following multiple interconnected storylines, ‘He’s Just Not That Into You’ illustrates the differences in how men and women approach relationships, and how technology – cell phones and email in particular – has affected and complicated the dating scene.
9 p.m: WALL-E (English)
WALL-E is the first guaranteed Oscar nominee of 2008. The movie is good, and so entertaining, so sweet and beautiful it takes you completely by surprise. WALL-E is the best animated film of the decade. You’ll need to see it twice, even three times, to fully appreciate just what writer/director Andrew Stanton has done with almost no dialogue and only a 97 minute running time.
7p.m: Annapolis (French)
Annapolis” employs all the standard military film gimmicks. Don’t know what to do next? Run out of anything resembling a real conversation? Scream in someone’s face. It happens time and again in “Annapolis” and the filmmakers don’t seem to have been worried that it doesn’t make sense or that their characters’ personality shifts were so blatantly obvious and nonsensical.
9 p.m: Streets of Blood (English)
In New Orleans after Katrina, the partner of Detective Andy Devereaux is found dead and is teamed up with Stan Green. During the investigations, an undercover DEA agent is murdered by two dirty police officers.
6 p.m: Soccer (Arsenal vs Chelsea)
Catch the battle of London on the big screen when Premiership giants Arsenal and Chelsea clash
9 p.m: Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (English)
‘Ghosts of Girlfriends Past’, is the typical movie about a man in love with his all-time girl friend but he can’t accept it and becomes the man that scores with all the women and dumps them the day after.