Monday, Nov. 18
This early Spike Lee movie about an interracial love affair has its moments, including a breakout turn by Samuel L. Jackson. Wesley Snipes and Annabella Sciorra star. (1991) 10 p.m., The Movie Channel
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Tuesday, Nov. 19
An embittered court composer recalls his lopsided rivalry with a brash young Mozart in this earnest Oscar winner. F. Murray Abraham and Tom Hulce co-star.(1984) 1 p.m., Sundance
Wednesday, Nov. 20
Judgment at Nuremberg
Burt Lancaster, Spencer Tracy, Marlene Dietrich, and Montgomery Clift re-enact a trial of several Nazi judges accused of war crimes. (1961) 9:45 p.m., TCM
Thursday, Nov. 21
Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, and Patrick Stewart star in an uncannily good adaptation of the Marvel Comics series. (2000) 9 p.m., AMC
Friday, Nov. 22
Bringing Up Baby
A flop in its time, this fast-paced screwball comedy has long since been deemed a classic. Katharine Hepburn stars as a madcap heiress who’s raising a leopard and chasing Cary Grant.(1938) Friday, Nov. 22, 10 p.m., TCM
Saturday, Nov. 23
A man held captive for 15 years seeks revenge in the excellent mystery thriller from South Korea, soon to be joined by a Spike Lee–directed remake. (2003) 11 p.m., Sundance
Sunday, Nov. 24
The Wild Bunch
William Holden leads a band of aging borderland outlaws in Sam Peckinpah’s gut punch of a contemporary Western. (1969) 6:45 p.m., Sundance
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