Here are the best movies on TV today
You should be staying in.
It's Friday, which means you can expect The Late Late Show on our screens tonight and the JOE Friday Pub Quiz to drop.
In the current climate, Friday is no longer a social occasion that involves leaving the house and instead, we must find ways of entertaining ourselves at home.
This can come in many forms but one straightforward way to pass the evening is watching a film.
With that in mind, here are the best movies on TV today.
Mechanic Resurrection - E4 - 9pm
Jason Statham assassinates three men and makes them look like accidents after his arch-rival kidnaps his girlfriend and threatens to kill her.
Got 32% on Rotten Tomatoes and 5/5 on Apple iTunes. You decide.
Identity Thief - ITV2 - 9pm
The screenplay was written by the same guy who created Chernobyl for HBO. That doesn't mean its worth your time.
Blades of Glory - Film4 - 9pm
Another very quotable Will Ferrell movie.
Big Jake - TG4 - 9.05pm
John Wayne searches for his kidnapped grandson. Well, John Wayne's character does.
In The Name Of The Father - RTÉ2 - 9.30pm
"I'm going out the front door with Gerry."
Fast & Furious 7 - Virgin Media One - 10pm
A fitting tribute to Paul Walker in his final film.
Sliding Doors - BBC One - 10.45pm
An interesting concept which sees a film split into two separate stories beginning with whether or not a woman makes her train.
Clunky but one for the romantics.
Bad Neighbours - Channel 4 - 11.05pm
Zac Efron is very muscly.
Midnight Special - BBC Two - 11.20pm
A great cast featuring Joel Edgerton, Adam Driver, Kirsten Dunst and the excellent Michael Shannon.
"Jeff Nichols’s film keeps you guessing as you follow two apparent outlaws fleeing federal agents with a young boy who has special talents." - The New York Times.