A great war drama is among the movies on TV tonight
Brad Pitt leads an ensemble cast.
Since Thursday evening is set to be a windy one, you have an excuse to stay inside and relax on the sofa with a fine film.
Here's the best of what's on the box tonight.
The Eiger Sanction - BBC Four - 9pm
If you ever wanted to see Clint Eastwood direct and star in a James Bond movie, this fun '70s action thriller is as close as you'll ever get.
Escape Plan - Syfy - 9pm
Another entertaining action-thriller, Escape Plan sees Hollywood stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone pair up as co-leads for the first time.
The two play prisoners who must join together to escape the world's most secret and secure prison.
Robocop 3 - ITV 4 - 9pm
Robert John Burke replaces Peter Weller as the title character in this 1993 sequel.
Maximum Risk - Turner Classic Movies - 9pm
While seeking answers regarding the death of the twin brother he never knew he had, a French cop (Jean-Claude Van Damme) and his sibling's fiancée (Natasha Henstridge) find themselves pursued by corrupt FBI agents and the Russian mafia.
Mechanic: Resurrection - Film Four - 9pm
A watchable if forgettable Jason Statham vehicle.
The Bank Job - Film Four - 11pm
A much better Jason Statham vehicle is this stylish '70s London-set heist movie inspired by true events.
Here, the action star plays a self-reformed petty criminal whose ex-girlfriend (Saffron Burrows) turns up with an offer to pull off a lucrative bank heist.
Paths of Glory - BBC Four - 11.05pm
An early masterpiece from legendary filmmaker Stanley Kubrick.
The Infiltrator - Turner Classic Movies - 11.10pm
A US Customs official (Bryan Cranston) uncovers a money laundering scheme involving Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.
Also featuring Ireland's own Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, The Infiltrator is notable for boasting Nidge, Pablo Escobar and Walter White.
Fury - ITV 4 - 11.10pm
Our pick for tonight, Brad Pitt stars as a grizzled tank commander who must make tough decisions as he and his crew, including an innocent young rookie (Logan Lerman), fight their way across Germany in April, 1945.
Featuring a committed cast who spend most of the film caked in dirt and muck and a handful of heart-rendering, tense and violent action set-pieces, Fury is a gripping reminder of the horrors of combat.