Here are the 7 best movies on TV today
A very decent mix on the box tonight.
It is Friday, and for some, that means it is time to enjoy some movies!
If you're heading to the cinema, then you might want to check out our reviews of all of the latest releases.
But if you're sitting in, then here are our picks of the best movies on TV tonight:
FRIDAY 9 AUGUST
Turner & Hooch - FilmFour - 6.55pm
Tom Hanks teams up with a doggo to solve a crime. But Tom Hanks lives a very clean life, and the doggo is a big messy doggo.
The Hangover Part III - ITV2 - 9pm
The trilogy closer is without a doubt the darkest of the three, and while it is a better movie that the first sequel, it isn't particularly funny, at times playing closer to an incredibly grim thriller that someone has forced jokes into. Definitely an "interesting" watch.
The Big Lebowski - TCM - 9pm
One of the greatest movies of all time. Watch or rewatch.
Halal Daddy - RTE One - 9.35pm
A young man of British-Indian Muslim heritage leaves England to begin a new life on the isolated west coast of Ireland. He is happy with his auntie and uncle and new girlfriend, until his overbearing father comes for a visit.
Assassins - ITV4 - 11pm
Sly Stallone is the world's best assassin, and he wants to retire. But the organisation he works for doesn't make quitting easy and they task the world's SECOND best assassin (Antonio Banderas) to assassinate him before he can finish his last job.
A Most Violent Year - BBC Two - 11.35pm
A proper hidden gem from recent years, as Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain play husband and wife partners of a legitimate business in 1981 New York, but they are eroded on all sides by gangsters and organised crime.
Jackass 3.5 - Comedy Central Extra - 12am (midnight)
Finish off your night by testing your gag reflex with gross or dangerous stunts, with even more of them that were added to the DVD because they were considered "too much for cinemas".