IN&OUTTONIGHTDIGITALCHOICE &PLANNER 28 Friday, 31 July 2009 London Lite PAy PER vIEw The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button (2008) Sky Box Office Digital A bAby is born with the physique of a geriatric, but against all odds survives, and over the course of his lengthy and eventful life, grows steadily younger. David Finchers fantasy drama, with brad Pitt, Cate blanchett and Tilda Swinton. Death Defying Acts (2007) Sky Box Office Digital RenowneD escapologist Harry Houdini becomes the target of a scam during his 1926 tour of Scotland, when a psychic claims to be able to contact his deceased mother. Period drama, starring Guy Pearce and Catherine Zeta-Jones. BEST MOvIES American Pie (1999) Sky Comedy, 8pm FouR teenage boys make a solemn pact to lose their virginity before the high school prom, and though their antics cause them huge embarrassment and public humiliation, the friends also learn about love and affection in their relations with the opposite sex. Comedy, starring Jason biggs, Seann william Scott, Mena Suvari, eddie Kaye Thomas and eugene Levy. Vantage Point (2008) Sky Action/Thriller, 8.20pm An ASSASSinATion attempt is made on the life of the uS president during a terrorism summit. The story unfolds from several perspectives, including that of the secret service agents charged with protecting the head of state and a news producer covering the event. Thriller, starring Dennis Quaid and Matthew Fox. Life lessons: Jason Biggs, Thomas Ian Nicholas and Eddie Kaye Thomas star in American Pie Shutter (2008) Sky Sci-fi/Horror, 9pm A PHoToGRAPHeR and his wife are involved in a car accident that leaves a young woman dead, but her body disappears without a trace. but as he starts work on a fashion shoot, he finds strange images appearing in the prints and they begin to suspect the spirit of the dead woman is haunting them, seeking revenge. Horror, starring Joshua Jackson, Rachael Taylor, Megumi okina, David Denman, John Hensley, Maya Hazen, James Kyson Lee and yoshiko Miyazaki. American Pie 2 (2001) Sky Comedy, 9.45pm THe HAPLeSS teenagers reunite after their first year at college to spend the summer at a lake house. Jim is concerned by his lack of sexual experience, and goes in search of an old flame, oz struggles with maintaining a relationship, while Finch tries to master the art of tantric sex. Teen comedy sequel, with Jason biggs, Chris Klein, Seann william Scott, Alyson Hannigan, eugene Levy, Thomas ian nicholas, Mena Suvari, Shannon elizabeth and Tara Reid. BEST ENTERTAINMENT The Simpsons Sky1, 8pm MARGe and rebellious new friend Ruth set off for a girls night out -- but end up being pursued at high speed through the streets of Springfield by Chief wiggum and a distraught Homer. Frasier Comedy Central, 8.30pm niLeS and Frasier throw a singles party and end up chasing the same woman -- but Roz steals the whole show. Kelsey Grammer stars. Friends E4, 8.30pm CHAnDLeR reaches the end of his tether over Joeys snoring and forces him to seek professional help, while Rachel has a drastic reaction to Rosss engagement. Comedy, starring Matthew Perry and Jennifer Aniston. South Park Comedy Central, 9.30pm wiTH Mrs Garrison absent from school while searching for a way to be the man nature intended, Cartman is given authority over the classroom. After doing an exemplary job as a substitute teacher, he is then sent to help some inner-city youths. Party time: Marge hits the town in The Simpsons BEST DRAMA The Listener FX, 7pm Toby and osman help a boy involved in pharmaceutical heists, but as they discover more about his part in the crimes, they learn the life of a missing girl may be in jeopardy. The Professionals ITV4, 8pm boDie and Doyle are asked to investigate a crime dating back to 1953. Drama, starring Lewis Collins. Life ITV3, 9pm A TeACHeR who only dated police officers is murdered along with a drug dealer, leading Crews and his partner to suspect a colleague may be involved. Damian Lewis stars. True Blood FX, 10pm biLL protects Sookie from a group of his acquaintances, and Sam and Tara seek refuge from their problems. BEST FACTUAL BEST SPORT Live Super League Sky Sports 2, 7.30pm (HD) St Helens v Wigan Warriors Kick-off 8pm eDDie HeMMinGS and Mike Stephenson present coverage of the Super League game at the GPw Recruitment Stadium. The warriors were impressive 28-10 victors over Leeds Rhinos in their last match, while Leon Pryce, right, and the Saints went two points clear at the top of the table with a 44-24 win over Harlequins. Supernanny E4, 9pm Jo FRoST comes to the aid of Michelle ball from south London, who has no time for herself as she is rushed off her feet looking after her clingy toddler and his three-year- old brother. A former Latin American dance champion, Michelle hopes the child expert will give her much-needed advice. No kidding around: Jo Frost helps out index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html