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A youngster once more

Watch ‘17 Again’ on WB at 12.50 pm on April 1. Mike is the star of his high-school basketball team at 17. He is on top of the world and is all set to receive a college
scholarship. 

Everything falls by the wayside when he finds out that his girlfriend Scarlett (played by Leslie Mann) is pregnant. He gives up everything and marries her. But after the wedding takes place, Mike keeps cribbing about the life that he has lost because he married her and Scarlett throws him out.

Mike loses his job and goes to his high school to relive happy memories. Could he be 17 again? Catch the film to find out. It stars Zac Efron, Leslie Mann, Thomas Lennon, Sterling Knight, Hunter Parrish and Melora Hardin.

(tv show timings are subject  to change)


Out of control

In ‘Chronicle’, three high-school students make an incredible discovery, leading to their developing uncanny powers beyond their understanding. As they learn to control their abilities and use them to their advantage, their lives start to spin out of control and their darker sides begin to take over. The film stars Dane DeHaan, Alex Russell, Michael B Jordan, Michael Kelly, Ashley Hinshaw and Bo Petersen. Tune in to ‘Chronicle’ on Star Movies at 11.19 pm on April 1.


Two spies come together

Company Business’ stars Gene Hackman, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Kurtwood Smith, Terry O’Quinn and Daniel von Bargen.

This movie is non-stop action and suspense as two spies — one American (played by Gene Hackman) and one Soviet (portrayed by Mikhail Baryshnikov) —
form an unlikely alliance when the CIA and KGB unite to assassinate them. The movie is directed by Nicholas Meyer. Catch ‘Company Business’ on MGM at 9 pm on April 1.


Taken in by murderers

The Glass House’ is a suspense film about Ruby and Rhett, who lose their parents in a car accident. They are placed in the care of Terry and Erin Glass, their neighbours and their parents’ best friends. The two of them have four million dollars in a trust fund. They soon find out that the Glass couple have been responsible for their parents’ death to get their hands on the money. Watch the film to see how the siblings handle the situation. It airs on Sony Pix at 2.55 pm on April 1 and stars Leelee Sobieski, Trevor Morgan, Diane Lane, Stellan Skarsgard, Bruce Dern and Kathy Baker.

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