Here are the best movies on TV tonight
For those that fancy a movie tonight.
Atletico Madrid vs Liverpool might be the main draw on TV tonight, but as always, there's plenty for film fans to enjoy too.
On that note, here's the best movies on TV tonight.
Romancing the Stone - 6.50pm on Film4
Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner, and Danny DeVito all star in the beloved adventure that's not quite Indiana Jones good, but still better than most. Christ, Kathleen Turner is great in this.
Coyote Ugly - 8pm on ITV2
Dancing, booze, a young woman that's 'finding herself' in the big city, *that* song from LeAnn Rimes. A noticeable lack of coyotes though.
Collateral Damage - 9pm on ITV4
Arnie becomes an one-man army. Arnie defeats a gigantic army. It's bonkers stuff.
The Babadook - 9pm on SyFy
Samuel: Momma I'm hungry.
Amelia: If you're that hungry then go eat your shit!
An under-appreciated line in an excellent horror.
Shooter - 9pm on Film4
Sadly, it's not the biopic of Shooter MacGavin - still can't believe that bottle job on the back nine on the Tour Championship - but rather a tough thriller from Antoine Fuqua which sees a marksman that's living in exile being coaxed back into action after learning of a plot to kill the President.
Demolition Man - 9pm on TCM
Stallone vs Snipes.
Haywire - 11pm on SyFy
Seven Soderbergh's action film is worth watching alone for its absolutely batshit bonkers understanding of Dublin's geography. It's not half bad but if you're from the capital, you'll be left scratching your head an awful lot.
Total Recall - 11.15pm on ITV4
A film that has a woman with three boobs. It's also a classic, but hey, three boobs. Once you see that, there's no going back.
Gremlins - 11.25pm on TCM
Don't get them wet.
Don't expose them to bright light.
Don't feed them after midnight.
The Florida Project - 11.25pm on Film4
Set over one summer, the film follows precocious six-year-old Moonee as she courts mischief and adventure with her ragtag playmates and bonds with her rebellious but caring mother, all while living in the shadows of Walt Disney World.
It's really wholesome and heartwarming. Plus, it features a brilliant, Oscar-nominated performance from Willem Dafoe.