Tarantino's crime classic is among the movies on TV tonight 1 month ago

Tarantino's crime classic is among the movies on TV tonight

You'll never look at a pocket watch the same way again.

Have you seen the weather forecast?

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It's set to be absolutely miserable for the next few days.

So maybe leave your swimming trunks and DryRobe in the wardrobe for another while.

But while you still can, go out and grab some snacks and get ready to watch a whole host of great films while we wait for the sun to come back.

Here's JOE's top picks for the best movies on TV this Monday (16 May).

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The Post - Film4 - 6.45pm

Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks star in this Spielberg directed drama about the true story of America's first female publisher for a major newspaper.

Jaws 3 - ITV4 - 9pm

Originally released in 3D, so look out for lots of shots of people sticking things out towards the camera.

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Pulp Fiction - Great! Movies - 9pm

Our top pick tonight is the film that turned Quentin Tarantino into one of the most discussed directors in Hollywood history.

An all-star cast of the 90s chew the scenery in this epic story of interwoven crimes and drama in LA.

Once you've seen it, you'll never forget it. Well worth a watch tonight.

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Deadpool 2 - Film4 - 9pm

Not as good as the first, but the Merc with a Mouth is always entertaining.

Babel - TG4 - 10.15pm

An Oscar-winning soundtrack scores this drama from Alejandro G. Iñárritu, who went on to direct Birdman and The Revenant.

Re-Animator - Horror Channel - 10.55pm

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A cult-classic 80s horror, that also happens to be very funny. What more could you ask for?

Armed Response - SyFy - 11pm

If you like watching bad action films, post-Blade Wesley Snipes is always a safe bet.

Game of Death - ITV4 - 11.05pm

Wait, ANOTHER bad Wesley Snipes movie is on at the same time?! This is going to be a difficult decision.

Dumb and Dumber - Turner Classic Movies - 11.10pm

Seeing as Jim Carrey may be retiring soon, it's worth rewatching some of the films that made him a star in the first place.