(STAR Movies, Sunday, 6 p.m.)

Russell Crowe plays Maximus, a betrayed Roman general who returns as a gladiator to take revenge after his wife and son are brutally murdered by the corrupted Prince Commodus (Joaquin Phoenix). Commodus has turned against his own father to take over the Roman empire. Directed by Ridley Scott, this epic also stars Connie Nielsen, Oliver Reed and Richard Harris.

The Simpsons Movie

(STAR Movies, Tuesday, 9 p.m.)

In this film based on the TV series, Homer must save the world from a catastrophe he caused. When Homer accidentally pollutes Springfield’s lake, the government decides to enclose the entire town in a giant glass dome. While Marge is outraged by Homer's monumental blunder, a vengeful mob of locals target the Simpson household.

Happy Feet Two

(HBO, Sunday, 9 p.m.)

The sequel has Eric and his friends save the Emperor penguins when disaster strikes in the form of a large iceberg that traps their land.

Features the voices of Elijah Wood, Pink, Robin Williams, Hank Azaria, Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman.

Some Girls

(MGM Movies, Sunday, 6 p.m.)

An American college student (Patrick Dempsey) spends Christmas with his girlfriend's (Jennifer Connelly) outlandishly odd family in Quebec City in this farcically unpredictable comedy.



(B4U Movies, Sunday, 4 p.m.)

Dr. Satyajit Chavan (Nana Patekar) hates cricket. Kashmira (Rimi Sen) too hates the game as much as her husband Sarabjeet (Kunal Kapoor) loves it. Then there is Hemendra Patel (Paresh Rawal) who works as a janitor at the London Airport. He is waiting to get citizenship while his fate rests in the hands of Immigration Officer, Cook. The Cricket World Cup affects the lives of these people. Also stars Danny Denzongpa and John Abraham.

Mr. India

(Zee Cinema, Sunday, 5.15 p.m.)

Arun Verma (Anil Kapoor) takes care of orphans in his house with help from Calendar (Satish Kaushik). To provide for the children, he rents one room of the house to reporter Seema Sohni (Sridevi), who hates children. Meanwhile, Mogambo (Amrish Puri), the evil don, needs a house to hide his weapons. And Arun’s house seems perfect. In the middle of all this, Arun finds a gadget created by his father that can make the wearer invisible. Arun starts using the gadget to save his house and help the needy. And the legend of Mr. India is born.