onday, Jan. 21
Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman track a killer whose victims have each committed one of the seven deadly sins. David Fincher directs. (1995) 3 p.m., Cinemax
Tuesday, Jan. 22
In this classic psychological thriller, a young woman married to a widower becomes unnerved by constant reminders of her husband’s first wife. With Joan Fontaine and Laurence Olivier. (1940) 5:15 p.m., TCM
Wednesday, Jan. 23
Leonardo DiCaprio earned praise for his portrayal of J. Edgar Hoover, the FBI’s peculiar founding director. Clint Eastwood directs. (2011) 8:30 p.m., HBO
Thursday, Jan. 24
Harrison Ford is Dr. Richard Kimble, on the lam after being wrongfully convicted of murdering his wife. Tommy Lee Jones plays a pursuing U.S. marshal. (1993) 2 p.m., AMC
Friday, Jan. 25
John Steinbeck wrote the screenplay for Elia Kazan’s biopic of Mexican revolutionary Emiliano Zapata. Marlon Brando stars. (1952) 9:10 a.m., FMC
Saturday, Jan. 26
What Dreams May Come
Robin Williams searches for his wife in heaven after dying in a car crash in this visually inventive love story. Cuba Gooding Jr. plays his guide in the afterlife. (1998) 6 a.m., Showtime
Sunday, Jan. 27
A not-so-bright soldier (Luke Wilson) slumbers for 500 years and wakes up in a severely dumbed-down America where he’s suddenly the smartest man in the land. Mike Judge directs. (2006) 3 p.m., IFC
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