Here are the 5 best movies on TV this evening
Kill a few hours of your hump day evening with one of these.
With a large portion of the country still stuck under a weather warning, tonight is a real night for the couch.
And if you've watched everything on Netflix already, then one of these might be the one for you tonight:
WEDNESDAY 19 FEBRUARY
Snow White & The Huntsman - FilmFour - 6.35pm
Chris Hemsworth broods. Charlize Theron eats the scenery. Kristen Stewart... is also there. It is essentially the Snow White story pushed through a Game Of Thrones filter, and that is totally okay. It is pretty people with swords. And sometimes that's enough.
Lone Survivor - ITV4 - 9pm
A group of Navy SEALs - including Mark Wahlberg and Taylor Kitsch - find themselves stuck behind enemy lines in Afghanistan when an assassination attempt goes sideways. It's based on the incredibly violent true story, so keep in mind that this is very much an endurance test for how much pain and suffering you can watch.
The Wedding Singer - Comedy Central - 9pm
Up until Uncut Gems, this was arguably Adam Sandler's best film, playing a lovesick performer at a series of weddings who might be saved from his own heartbreak from the always-lovely Drew Barrymore.
The Boy - FilmFour - 11.10pm
Ahead of the arrival of the sequel this weekend (Did you even know there was a sequel coming? We didn't. But here it is.), why not check out this perfectly adequate chiller about a nice lady who is hired as a nanny for a young boy, only to discover the boy is actually a doll. Maybe a totally haunted doll. Almost definitely a totally haunted doll.
American Sniper - ITV4 - 11.35pm
Six-time Oscar-nominated (and one-time winner) biopic from Clint Eastwood about the world's most prolific Navy SEALs sniper (Bradley Cooper) and what all of those years at war did to him and his family.