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Untraceable



Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of the Crystal SkullSTAR Movies, Sunday, 9.30 p.m.

(STAR Movies, Friday, 11.10 p.m.)

A secret service agent, Jennifer Marsh, gets caught in a deadly game with a serial killer who knows that people will log on to an ‘untraceable' website where he conducts violent murders ‘live' on the Net. The more people log on to the website, the more violently they get murdered.

The Hottie and the Nottie

(STAR Movies, Monday, 11.05 p.m.)

Nate moves to LA to track down Cristable (Paris Hilton), the woman he's been in love with since childhood. He finds that she's still single, and there is a reason: Cristable is still best friends with the same ugly girl, June Phigg (Lakin) whom Nate knew from first grade. Nate reintroduces himself to Cristable and they hit it off. However, Cristable refuses to go on a date with Nate unless June has a date. Nate sets out to find a boyfriend for June, but guys recoil at the sight of her. At the Santa Monica Pier, Johann (Johann Urb), an attractive dentist who works as a part-time model, appears in their lives. He seems to want to do a makeover on June. As Nate and June become friends and she emerges from her cocoon, Nate slowly realises that she may be the girl of his dreams.

Raiders of the Lost Ark

(STAR Movies, Tuesday, 23.10 p.m.)

In World War II, the U.S. government discovers that the Nazis are planning to use a biblical artefact, the Lost Ark of the Covenant, as a weapon. According to legend, the Ark contains the remnants of the 10 Commandments and is capable of unleashing enormous power.

To thwart the plot, the government enlists archaeologist adventurer Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) to locate the treasure. Along the way, Indy and his feisty girl-friend, Marion (Karen Allen), must escape the clutches of the Nazis and avoid a number of pitfalls in order to find the mystical artefact before the Germans get their hands on it.

Mutant Chronicles

(STAR Movies, Thursday, 11 p.m.)

In the year 2707, Earth is on the verge of destruction. As war rages between Earth's four giant corporations, a long-buried stone seal is uncovered, revealing a race of mutant aliens that threatens to take over the planet. When the corporations flee the impending apocalypse, the leader of an order of monks, Brother Samuel (Ron Perlman), takes it upon himself to fulfil an ancient prophecy. Guided by a religious text known as the Chronicles, he leads his own ragtag group of soldiers into battle and launches a last-ditch attempt to save mankind. Also starring Thomas Jane, Devon Aoki and John Malkovich.

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