IN&OUTTONIGHTDIGITALCHOICE &PLANNER 26 Wednesday, 2 September 2009 London Lite PAy PER vIEw Bronson (2008) Sky Box Office Digital Biopic of the notorious convict, who was sent to prison for seven years after a failed armed robbery, only for his sentence to be increased to more than 30 years for a series of incidents, ultimately earning him tabloid celebrity as the most violent prisoner in Britain. Starring Tom Hardy and Hugh Ross. Punisher: War Zone (2008) Sky Box Office Digital THe ruthless vigilante considers hanging up his guns when he learns a gangster he killed was actually an undercover FBi agent. comic-book thriller, starring Ray Stevenson and Dominic West. BEST MOvIES The Incredible Hulk (2008) Sky Action/Thriller, 8pm An expeRimenT gone wrong leaves a scientist cursed to turn into a monster whenever he gets angry. He travels the world seeking a cure for his condition, while a ruthless general is determined to use him as a weapon. However, one of the soldiers under his command is set to undergo a terrifying transformation of his own. comic-book adventure, starring edward norton, Tim Roth and Liv Tyler. Superhero Movie (2008) Sky Comedy, 8pm A HigH-ScHooL student develops bizarre powers after being bitten by a radioactive dragonfly, and decides to become a costumed crimefighter. But his abilities are put to the test when a mad scientist embarks on a fiendish scheme to become immortal. comedy, starring Drake Bell. Taxi Driver (1976) Sky Indie, 9pm An iSoLATeD, misanthropic new York cab driver becomes increasingly disturbed by the corruption he sees all around him. His desperate attempts to make connections with a political campaigner and a teenage prostitute, whom he feels compelled to save, seem doomed to failure, and he is gradually driven towards a brutal act of violence. martin Scorseses drama, starring Robert De niro, Jodie Foster, cybill Shepherd, Harvey Keitel, peter Boyle and Leonard Harris. Darkman (1990) Sky Action/Thriller, 10pm A ScienTiST working on synthetic skin is horribly disfigured and left for dead by a criminal gang. now unable to feel pain, he continues his research, creating artificial faces that will last for only a short time. He uses these disguises to aid him in taking revenge on those who mutilated him -- while also using a mask of his own face to see the girlfriend who thinks he died. Thriller, starring Liam neeson, colin Friels, Frances mcDormand, Larry Drake and Jenny Agutter. BEST ENTERTAINMENT Kids Do The Funniest Things ITV2, 8pm STepHen muLHeRn presents clips of a girl who can limbo dance on roller-skates, and a boy whos a whizz with numbers on countdown. plus, the schoolkids panel answer more of lifes more difficult questions, such as what the tooth fairy does with all the teeth. Four Weddings Living, 9pm A BRiDe-To-Be who favours her own ideas over tradition competes against a rival who dreams of a fairytale wedding, and another whose plans include a Scottish theme. Sex And The City Comedy Central, 10.35pm WHiLe judging the fire departments calendar contest, carrie meets a handsome politician, and Samantha fulfils one of her fantasies. elsewhere, charlotte believes she has found her knight in shining armour. Family Guy BBC3, 10.50pm meg becomes mayor Wests intern and falls in love with him -- but Brian resolves to prove he is corrupt. Satisfied: Kim Cattrall stars in Sex And The City BEST DRAMA Primeval ITV2, 7pm cuTTeR tries to find the mobile anomaly through which an ancient sea monster has travelled to the 21st century, attacking two lifeguards and a young boy at a swimming pool. The Sweeney ITV4, 8pm A gYnAecoLogiSTS suitcase is stolen, but on further investigation the squad learns he was smuggling money. Ultimate Force ITV4, 9pm memBeRS of Red Troop rush off in typical gung-ho fashion to rescue Dempsey, who has been taken hostage while protecting a government minister paying a visit to Tbilisi. ReGenesis FX, 10pm WeS quits norBAc, and a racist city councillor claims his daughter was poisoned by muslim extremists. BEST FACTUAL BEST SPORT Live US Open Tennis Eurosport, 4pm coveRAge of the third days play at Flushing meadows in new York, featuring the start of the womens second round. Several high-profile women saw their tournament come to a crashing halt in round two last year, including the top seed, Serbias Ana ivanovic, right. A History Of Britain Yesterday, 8pm Simon ScHAmA investigates how the noble ideals behind the British empire failed to match the reality. While British society believed it was delivering the benefits of modern Western civilisation, in truth the inhabitants of india and ireland suffered privation due to a laissez- faire economic policy. 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