Revisit your childhood with some old favorites with the CW50 Film Fest.

Saturday 2pm Kangaroo Jack (TV-PG, PG, *+)
Things go haywire when two childhood friends caught up in the mafia accidentally place a shirt containing $50,000 intended for a crime boss on a wild kangaroo.

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Saturday 4pm The Lizzie McGuire Movie (TV-PG, PG, *+)
A teenager graduates from junior high school and has her dreams come true as she has numerous misadventures while in Rome for a school trip.

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Sunday 1pm Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (TV-G, PG, **)
When an inventor’s miniaturizing device shrinks his two children and their playmates they have to dodge everyday objects that suddenly seem much larger.

Sunday 3pm The Last Song (TV-PG, PG, *)
An angry and rebellious teenage girl is sent to spend the summer with her estranged father, but they struggle to find a way to bond.

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Sunday 8pm City by the Sea (TV-14, R, **+)
A middle-aged New York Police Department detective is forced to investigate a brutal murder, in which his estranged son is the leading suspect.