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

Here are the best movies on TV this evening

What will you be watching?

Stuck for something to watch tonight? Not to worry as JOE has compiled this list of the best movies airing on TV this evening.

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Check out your options below.

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back - Film Four - 9pm

Drifter and former army military police officer Jack Reacher (Tom Cruise) must uncover the truth behind a major government conspiracy in order to clear his name while on the run as a fugitive from the law.

Also starring How I Met Your Mother star Cobie Smulders, Never Go Back is an average but watchable sequel to the very good original Jack Reacher movie.

The Outlaw Josey Wales - Turner Classic Movies - 9pm

Missouri farmer Josey Wales (played by the movie's director Clint Eastwood) joins a Confederate guerrilla unit and winds up on the run from the Union soldiers who murdered his family.

Eastwood has starred in and directed a lot of epic Westerns. So to say The Outlaw Josey Wales is one of his best is high praise indeed.

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Shadow of a Doubt - True Movies - 9pm

A young girl (Oscar winner Teresa Wright) overjoyed when her favorite uncle (Citizen Kane's Joseph Cotten) comes to visit her family slowly begins to suspect that he is in fact the "Merry Widow" killer sought by the authorities.

Directed by the legendary Alfred Hitchcock (Psycho, The Birds), this psychological thriller is up there with his best work.

Let Me In - Horror Channel - 10.45pm

A bullied young boy (Kodi Smit-McPhee) befriends a young female vampire (Chloë Grace Moretz) who lives in secrecy with her guardian (Richard Jenkins).

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Directed by Matt Reeves, who's making the Robert Pattinson starring Batman movie, this is a well-acted, handsome if slightly redundant remake of the Swedish film Let the Right One In.

The Festival - Film Four - 11.20pm

After being dumped by his girlfriend, a young man and his best mate decide to spend three days at an epic music festival.

Directed by Iain Morris, who co-created The Inbetweeners, this comedy also stars Joe Thomas who played Simon in the popular show.

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The Matrix Revolutions - Turner Classic Movies - 11.50pm

The third and least acclaimed of The Matrix series to date, now might be the time to revisit the blockbuster given a fourth entry in the franchise is set to be released later in the year.