Here are the best movies on TV this evening
It's been sunny, it's been rainy, it's hard to know what will happen next.
The weather out there is unpredictable. But you know what is predictable? That's right, movies on TV. Here are some of Saturday night's best options.
Spectre - UTV - 8.30pm
Covid-19 took No Time To Die away from us, so Spectre remains the most recent instalment of the James Bond legacy. The dark scary kind starring Daniel Craig, and the wonderful Christoph Waltz as the bad guy.
The Girl on The Train - Channel 4 - 9pm
A tense thriller that also deals with themes of alcoholism — this is what you want to watch tonight if you're looking for some excitement. Stars Emily Blunt.
The Wolverine - E4 - The Wolverine
Not exactly Logan in terms of quality, but Hugh Jackman is always fun to watch. This one sees the X-Man go to Japan and lose his superpowers.
Meet The Fockers - Sky One - 9pm
The sequel to meet the parents, in which Ben Stiller's fictional parents - played legendary actors Dustin Hoffman and Barbra Streisand - are introduced. Also stars the legendary Robert De Niro. Kind of a waste of that cast, some might say.
A Good Day to Die Hard - Film Four - 9pm
The most recent Die Hard film, that sees John McClane (Bruce Willis) and his CIA agent son team up to take on the Russian mafia.
Bowling for Columbine - Sky Documentaries - 11pm
Oscar-winning documentary and one of the most disturbing exposés on American gun culture, by filmmaker Michael Moore. Somehow still relevant all these years on.
The Big Lebowski - Sky Comedy - 11.50pm
Jeff Daniels stars as The Dude in one of the most iconic comedies of its era. Directed by the Coen Brothers.