A heartwarming Saoirse Ronan drama is among the movies on TV tonight 2 months ago

A heartwarming Saoirse Ronan drama is among the movies on TV tonight

The film was nominated for three Oscars when it released in 2015.

If you're reading this, you're one of the few that aren't at Garth Brooks tonight.

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But sure who needs a Stetson and cowboy boots when you could have popcorn and your feet up on the couch?

Whether you have friends in low places or not, you can always be sure there will be a great film to watch on TV tonight.

Here's JOE's top picks for the best flicks on your small screen this Saturday (10 September).

Little Women - E4 - 6.20pm

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A film adaptation of the literary classic.

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle - RTÉ One - 6.35pm

Welcome to the jungle, we've (Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, and Karen Gillan) have fun and games.

Little Women - Great! Movies - 6.45pm

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A film adaptation of the... wait, hold on.

E4 is showing the modern Greta Gerwig adaptation of the film, while Great! Movies is showing the 1994 version starring Winona Ryder.

Brooklyn - BBC Two - 9pm

Our top pick for tonight stars Ireland's own Saoirse Ronan in a heartwarming drama about leaving home.

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Based on the Colm Toibin book of the same name, the film follows a young Irish immigrant heading off to New York to find a better life, but has to decide between her old life in Ireland or the new in America.

The film was nominated for three Oscars when it released, and it's clear to see why. Very wholesome, and just a touch heartbreaking. Well worth a watch.

Something's Gotta Give - RTÉ One - 9.20pm

Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton star in this lovely rom-com with older leads than usual.

Mission Impossible III - Channel 4 - 10pm

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Probably the worst Mission Impossible film, but still worth a watch if you're a fan of the series.

Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool - TG4 - 10.40pm

Despite making no money at the box office, this biographical drama is still worth a watch.