Monday, Nov. 14
The Quiller Memorandum
Harold Pinter wrote the screenplay for this Cold War spy thriller, which stars George Segal as an agent on the trail of neo-Nazis in Berlin. With Alec Guinness and Max von Sydow. (1967) 2 p.m., FMC
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Tuesday, Nov. 15
The Hi-Lo Country
Director Stephen Frears won a Berlin Film Festival award for this Western featuring a love triangle among Woody Harrelson, Billy Crudup, and Patricia Arquette. (1998) 9 a.m., AMC
Wednesday, Nov. 16
The Postman Always Rings Twice
Lana Turner and John Garfield scorch the screen as illicit lovers plotting to kill Turner’s onscreen husband for the insurance money. A hard-boiled classic. (1946) 8 a.m., TCM
Thursday, Nov. 17
A Fish Called Wanda
Stolen jewels enmesh a crew of bungling criminals in this hilarious farce, featuring Jamie Lee Curtis, John Cleese, and Kevin Kline. (1988) 7 a.m., Cinemax
Friday, Nov. 18
A young hip-hop musician from Harlem struggles to fit in with the marching band at a fictional Atlanta university. Nick Cannon stars. (2002) 8 a.m., HBO
Saturday, Nov. 19
Full Metal Jacket
Stanley Kubrick’s Vietnam War drama follows a group of young Marines into harrowing combat. With Matthew Modine. (1987) 8:05 p.m., IFC
Sunday, Nov. 20
John Huston directed this faithful adaptation of the Herman Melville classic from a screenplay he co-wrote with Ray Bradbury. Gregory Peck and Richard Basehart star. (1956) 10 p.m., TCM
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