It includes an unforgettable performance from Brad Pitt.
Monday has rolled back around again, and with it comes the last week of January.
Ladies and gentleman, we made it.
We made it through Christmas, got back to work, and now restrictions have been eased.
Why not celebrate with a great film?
Here’s JOE’s top picks for the movies on TV tonight.
The Krays – ITV4 – 9pm
Not to be confused with the Tom Hardy film on the same subject, Martin and Gary Kemp star as the twin brothers who terrorised London in the 60s.
Star Trek Into Darkness – Film4 – 9pm
The second one. Also, did you know that there is a Wikipedia thread with over 40,000 words arguing whether “Into” should be capitalised or not?
Deep Blue Sea – Turner Classic Movies – 9pm
Samuel L. Jackson and LL Cool J fight hyper-intelligent sharks. We’re serious.
American Made – TG4 – 9.30pm
Domhnall Gleeson pulls off a convincing American accent in this comedy drama starring Tom Cruise as a drug smuggler.
Cold In July – Sony Movie Channel – 11.20pm
A man shoots a burglar dead in his home, which is all fine, until the burglar’s father appears at his house looking for revenge…
Snatch – ITV4 – 11.35pm
Our top pick for tonight is a classic Guy Ritchie film.
Crossing paths, quotable dialogue, and an unforgettable performance from Brad Pitt all combine to make this a great night time watch.
Well worth your time.
The Shape of Water – Film 4 – 11.40pm
There’s something fishy about Sally Hawkins’ new boyfriend…