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JULY 4TH WEEKEND 80′S COMEDY FIX
What goes better with beer and barbecue than a few laughs courtesy of 1980′s kings of comedy like Steve Martin and Chevy Chase? Celebrate our independence with a weekend-long marathon of funny features including STRANGE BREW, NIGHT SHIFT, and THE MAN WITH TWO BRAINS. Get the full lineup!

See the rest of our featured lineup this week:

OFFICIAL SELECTION
Every week, watch a different award winning film from festivals around the globe. A series of contemporary hits and timeless masterpieces.
A family’s love is tested when a single mother’s younger, irresponsible brother suddenly shows up to borrow money. Are the bonds they’ve forged since a difficult childhood strong enough to keep their relationship from fraying?

YOU CAN COUNT ON ME, this week on OFFICIAL SELECTION, Wednesday at 8PM

THRILLER THURSDAYS
Turn off the lights and lock the front door every Thursday at 10p as Sundance Channel brings you a unique thriller from genres across the board.
John Cusack, Ray Liotta and Amanda Peet are stranded with seven other strangers at a Nevada motel. When they realize someone’s killing them off one by one, they have to uncover the secrets behind the hotel and their own involvement in the plot.

IDENTITY, this week on THRILLER THURSDAYS, Thursday at 10PM

ROBERT REDFORD PRESENTS
An insightful introduction into a diverse array of thought provoking films brought to you by the man who made it all possible… Mr. Robert Redford presents…
Steven Spielberg’s award-winning biography of a redeemed Nazi collaborator during WWII almost singlehandedly revived black and white cinematography in mainstream Hollywood films.

SCHINDLER’S LIST, this week on ROBERT REDFORD PRESENTS, Saturday at 8PM

LOVER’S LOUNGE
A night of uncut, uncensored, boundary-pushing fare sure to earn its TV-MA.
Director Ang Lee (CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON) brings us a powerful and sexy NC-17 rated espionage thriller set in WWII-era Shanghai.

LUST, CAUTION, this week on LOVER’S LOUNGE, Saturday at 11:30PM

1001 MOVIES YOU MUST SEE BEFORE YOU DIE
Spend Sunday Nights with a film that reminds you why you love the movies.
Robert Altman’s 1970 adaptation of MASH skewers the Korean War effort (though it was really about Vietnam) as a comedy of errors. Donald Sutherland defined the role of Hawkeye Pierce and Elliot Gould embodied Trapper John.

MASH, this week on 1001 MOVIES YOU MUST SEE BEFORE YOU DIE, Sunday at 10PM