Films on TV Cabo 21st / 28th October


Satellite: Hispasat Position: 30.0 west Frequency: 11811H

October 21 to October 28

Please note change of name


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The Girl Next Door (2004) NEW Comedy / Romance

Starring Elisha Cuthbert, Emile Hirsch, Timothy Olyphant and James Remar. Directed by Luke Greenfield.

An ambitious high school senior, Matthew (Hirsch), with dreams of a career in politics is overjoyed to discover that his new neighbor, 19-year-old Danielle (Cuthbert), is absolutely beautiful, and they fall in love quickly, head over heels. Their relationship is put to the test, however when he discovers (along with the rest of the town, eventually) that she used to be a porn star...(Olyphant plays her ex-boyfriend; Remar plays a skin flick producer she used to work for)


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The Wrecking Crew (1999) Action NEW

Starring Ice-T, Ernie Hudson Jr, T.J. Storm, David Askew and Tarsha Nicole Jones. Directed by Albert Pyun.

A high-level government hit squad is sent into the streets in order to complete a deadly mission.


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Arahan jangpung daejakjeon (2004) Action / Comedy (Korean language)

Starring Seung-Beom Ryu, So-Yi Yoon, Sung-kee Ahn, Doo-hong Jung and Ju-sang Yun. Directed by Seung-wan Ryoo.

The naive downtown policeman Sang Hwan helps the good and punishes the bad. He is discovered by a martial art master and trained to unleash the powers within him, in order to fight the ultimate evil Heung Un and save the world.


One Last Dance (2003) Drama

Starring Patrick Swayze, Lisa Niemi, George De La Pena, Matthew Walker and Stefan Wenta. Directed by Lisa Niemi.

When a New York dance company's brilliant artistic director dies, three former stars of the company are brought back in hopes of saving the company by resurrecting a dance piece that was created for them years ago, but never performed - the very dance that ended all their careers in a heartbreaking way. Given one last chance to discover a dream they lost, the three dancers battle against time and damaged relationships, finding they must first face themselves before they can face the dance.


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Bluehill Avenue (2001) Crime / Drama

Starring Allen Payne, Angelle Brooks, William L. Johnson, Michael Taliferro and Aaron D. Spears. Directed by Craig Ross Jr.

Centering around the drug-dealing activities of a group of childhood friends, led by "Tristan" (Allen Payne), the film fails to adequately show how Payne's character evolved into such a materialistic and brutal drug lord. Reared in what is portrayed as a happy, loving, two-parent, middle-class family, Tristan suddenly emerges as an adolescent--barely out of puberty--capable of blowing the head off of anyone who would thwart his drug-dealing enterprises. The neighborhood drug kingpin "Benny" (Clarence Williams III), who initially invited these young boys into his fold, becomes engaged in a battle for turf with his former protégés when they reach adulthood. Only Tristan, the story's protagonist, survives and leaves the drug business after having discovered that his drug-addicted younger sister is in the hospital struggling for life after having consumed an overdose of crack cocaine, the very substance with which he has built an empire.


Slipstream (2005) Sci-Fi

Starring Sean Astin, Cecil Carter, Vinnie Jones, Ivana Milicevic and Tamsin MacCarthy. Directed by David van Eyssen

A scientist plots a bank robbery based around his newest invention -- a time travel gadget that will send its user 10 minutes into the past. Everything goes according to plan, until he encounters a group of thieves who've planned their heist for the same day.

Regards Satdude.