MN+ releases August lineup

MUMBAI: In keeping with its promise to provide the Gold Class of HD English Movie entertainment to the cr?me de la cr?me of the nation’s TV audiences, MN+, the leading HD English movie channel and the most premium offering from Times Network, has announced a formidable line-up of English movie entertainment for August 2015.

The English movie viewers can look forward to an engrossing bouquet of some of the biggest films that received blockbuster success and critical acclaim plus a very special Independence Day lineup, while brands and advertisers can draw immense value from unique and strategically properties like Centre-stage, Opening Night, Great Adaptations, the one-off Classifiled, and more.

Centre Stage: Among the top attractions in August, the property Centre Stage will feature, for the first time on MN+,  The Bucket List (on Sunday, 9 August  at 9 pm), the acclaimed A-list movie on the ultimate road trip of two terminally ill men with a wish list of things to do before they ‘kick the bucket’. The unique concept of the film along with the brilliant performances of Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman make it truly unforgettable, and a film not to be missed.

Opening Night (Sunday, 23rd August at 9 pm) will feature J Edgar, the Clint Eastwood-directed Leonardo Di Caprio-starring powerful biographical-drama epic on the life and times of one of the most controversial and feared crime-fighters of America. Apart from the powerful performances and top notch direction, the film, airing for the first time on MN+, is a must-watch also for the way in which Hoover himself recalls his career for the biography.

Apart from these, movie lovers can enjoy a handpicked selection of the best Hollywood films at 9 pm Mondays to Sundays throughout August, under the property Hollywood Select.

Classifiled is the special property for Independence Day, Saturday, the 15th of August. It will showcase the popular film Underground: The Julian Assange Story at 9 PM, followed, at 11 pm, by We Steal Secrets: The Story Of Wiki Leaks, the documentary that details the creation of the controversial website that facilitated the largest security breach in U.S. history.

Great Adaptations: Movie connoisseurs who are also book lovers and want to enjoy the celluloid retelling of some of the most popular books, can curl up with the celluloid retelling of their favourite books weeknights in the special MN+ property, Great Adaptations, at 11 pm Mondays to Thursdays from the 3rd to the 27th of August. Some of the unforgettable films to look forward to are About Schmidt, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Pride & Prejudice, Runaway Jury, The Time Machine, The Three Musketeers, Woman in Black, PS I Love You, A Time To Kill, Mackenna's Gold, Fight Club, LA Confidential, Man on Fire, Les Miserables, Journey To Mysterious Island and The Bridges of Madison County.

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