Here are the best movies on TV this evening 1 month ago

Here are the best movies on TV this evening

Congratulations!

You made it to the weekend. That said, the weather is supposed to be miserable tonight and cinemas are still closed.

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However, if you've got nowhere to be tomorrow, why not spend a late-night on the sofa with one (or two) of these fine movies.

For Your Eyes Only - ITV 4 - 8pm

As we wait with bated breath for No Time to Die, you can check out this earlier Bond flick - the 12th in the series and the fifth to star Roger Moore as 007.

The Inbetweeners 2 - E4 - 9pm

Socially troubled young men Jay, Neil, Simon and Will go on holiday to Australia in this big-screen spin-off of the popular sitcom.

Breakdown - Turner Classic Movies - 9pm

This nail-bitingly tense thriller stars Kurt Russell as a man who searches for his missing wife after their car breaks down in the middle of the desert.

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Absolute Power - RTÉ Two - 10pm

Clint Eastwood directs and stars in this political action thriller. He plays a career thief who witnesses a horrific crime involving the US President (Gene Hackman).

S.W.A.T. - Virgin Media One - 10pm

An imprisoned drug kingpin offers a huge cash reward to anyone that can break him out of police custody, and only the LAPD's Special Weapons and Tactics team (fronted by Samuel L. Jackson and Colin Farrell) can prevent it.

Drive Angry - Comedy Central - 11pm

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Nicolas Cage plays a man who escapes Hell (yes, you read that correctly) to get revenge on a cult leader who killed his daughter and kidnapped her child.

Drive Angry is worth watching for an amazing acting turn from William Fichtner as Satan's arrogant assistant assigned to return Cage's character back to Hell.

When Harry Met Sally - BBC One - 11.20pm

Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan star in one of the most beloved rom-coms of all time.

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End of Watch - BBC Two - 11.20pm

One of the better films from writer-director David Ayer (Suicide Squad), Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena play LAPD officers who become enemies of the Mexican Cartel.

Gripping and gritty, End of Watch is noteworthy for being shot in a documentary-like style.