Sunday movies – Like A Boss, River Runs Red & more

If you want some distraction from the present state of affairs, listed below are a couple of recommendations from tonight’s Sunday film lineup: Like A Boss, River Runs Red and Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle.

Turn to M-Net, M-Net Movies 4, and eTV.


‘Like A Boss’ PLOT

Best associates Mia and Mel run their very own cosmetics firm, a enterprise they constructed from the bottom up. But they’re additionally in over their heads financially.

The prospect of a buyout supply from an trade titan proves too tempting to cross up. The magnificence enterprise is now about to get ugly because the proposal places Mia and Mel’s lifelong friendship to the final word check.

On air: Sunday, 29 November, 20:30, on M-Net, Channel 101



  • Tiffany Haddish as Mia Carter, a co-owner of Mel & Mia’s
  • Rose Byrne as Mel Paige, a co-owner of Mel & Mia’s
  • Salma Hayek as Claire Luna, a cosmetics mogul
  • Jennifer Coolidge as Sydney, Mel and Mia’s co-worker
  • Billy Porter as Barrett, Mel and Mia’s worker
  • Karan Soni as Josh Tinker, Claire’s right-hand man
  • Natasha Rothwell as Jill, Mel and Mia’s good friend
  • Jessica St. Clair as Kim, Mel and Mia’s good friend
  • Ari Graynor as Angela, Mel and Mia’s good friend
  • Jimmy O. Yang as Ron
  • Ryan Hansen as Greg

SUNDAY MOVIE ON M-NET 4 – ‘River Runs Red’

‘River Runs Red’ PLOT

A vengeful choose takes the regulation into his personal arms when two cops kill his younger son throughout a routine visitors cease.

On air: Sunday, 29 November, 20:00 on M-Net, Channel 108

WATCH: ‘River Runs Red’ TRAILER


  • Taye Diggs as Charles Coleman Sr.
  • John Cusack as Horace
  • George Lopez as Javier
  • Luke Hemsworth as Von
  • Gianni Capaldi as Rory
  • Briana Evigan as Marilyn
  • RJ Mitte as Officer Thomas
  • Steven Berrebi as Brass One
  • Jaqueline Fleming as Professor Lawless
  • Jennifer Tao as Eve

SUNDAY MOVIE ON ETV – ‘Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle’

‘Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle’ PLOT

Four highschool children uncover an outdated online game console. They are drawn into the sport’s jungle setting, actually turning into the grownup avatars they selected.

What they uncover is that you simply don’t simply play Jumanji – you could survive it. To beat the sport and return to the true world, they’ll must go on probably the most harmful journey of their lives:

To uncover what Alan Parrish left 20 years in the past, and alter the best way they consider themselves – or they’ll be caught within the sport perpetually.

On air: Sunday, 29 November 21:30 on eTV

WATCH: ‘Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle’ TRAILER


  • Alex Wolff as Spencer Gilpin: An clever however unconfident and neurotic highschool scholar.
    • Dwayne Johnson as Dr Xander “Smolder” Bravestone: Spencer’s participant avatar in Jumanji; a robust, assured archaeologist and explorer with no weaknesses.
  • Ser’Darius Blain as Anthony “Fridge” Johnson: A highschool soccer participant whose friendship with Spencer has deteriorated as a consequence of their totally different social statuses.
    • Kevin Hart as Franklin “Mouse” Finbar: Fridge’s Jumanji avatar; a diminutive zoologist, weapons service, and Bravestone’s sidekick with weaknesses to energy, velocity, and cake. Fridge selected this avatar when he misinterpret the phrase “Mouse” as “Moose”.
  • Madison Iseman as Bethany Walker: A widespread and useless highschool scholar.
    • Jack Black as Professor Sheldon “Shelly” Oberon: Bethany’s Jumanji avatar; an obese cartographer and scientific professional with a weak spot to endurance.
  • Morgan Turner as Martha Kaply: A quiet and shy highschool scholar with a cynical mind.
    • Karen Gillan as Ruby Roundhouse: Martha’s Jumanji avatar; a scantily-clad martial artist with a weak spot to venom.
  • Mason Guccione as Alex Vreeke (credited as “Gamer”): A teenager who has been trapped in Jumanji for twenty years.
    • Nick Jonas as Jefferson “Seaplane” McDonough: Alex’s Jumanji avatar; an plane pilot whose weak spot is mosquitos.[9]
    • Colin Hanks (uncredited) because the grownup Alex.

Also learn – From ‘Alex Rider’ to ‘Condor’: Non-stop motion on Showmax this month


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