Films on TV Tonight, Monday 20 August

Take your pick from a blend of chills, thrills and laughter, including Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story and The Last Exorcism

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Films on TV Tonight, Monday 20 August
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Helen Kitley

Runaway Bride – 6:45pm, Film4

Richard Gere stars in this romantic comedy as a failing columnist hoping to catch his big break with an article about commitment phobic Julia Roberts, who routinely leaves men at the altar.

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader – 8:00pm, Sky Family

Third instalment of the Disney fantasy adventure sees Edmund (Skandar Keynes) and Lucy (Georgie Henley) return to Narnia and set sail aboard the ship of Prince Caspian (Ben Barnes), accompanied by their reluctant cousin Eustace (played by the excellent Will Poulter). 

The Big Lebowski – 9:00pm, ITV4

Coen brothers comedy in which ageing hippy Jeff Bridges is mistaken for a millionaire of the same name and forced to rescue their kidnapped wife. Meanwhile his friend Walter (John Goodman) schemes to get hold of the ransom money. 

The Last Exorcism – 9:00pm, Film4

Horror thriller stars Patrick Fabian as a priest who produces a documentary about faked exorcisms, only to be confronted by a demon-possessed girl.

Dodgeball: a True Underdog Story - 10:00pm, Sky Movies Summer

Daft comedy sees a laid-back Vince Vaughn attempt to save his gym from the corporate grasp of White Goodman (Ben Stiller) by entering the US dodgeball championships with his misfit customers.

Extreme Measures – 11:45pm, BBC1

Mystery thriller starring Hugh Grant as a junior doctor made uneasy by his discovery that well-respected neurologist Gene Hackman is performing suspicious experiments upon homeless patients.

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