An ultra-violent Tarantino classic is among the movies on TV tonight 1 year ago

An ultra-violent Tarantino classic is among the movies on TV tonight

Here comes The Bride...

February is finally nearly over.


Despite being the shortest month of the year, we think you can agree that this one has felt particularly long.

Before you head back into the office tomorrow, you should take it easy tonight.

And what better way to unwind than with a good movie?

Here's JOE's top picks for what films to watch on the telly tonight (27 February).


The Mummy Returns - ITV4 - 5.25pm

The film which kickstarted Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's Hollywood career.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 - ITV2 - 6.15pm

He just wanted a birthday cake.


Now You See Me 2 - Film 4 - 6.30pm

They really should have named it "Now You Don't".

Bumblebee - E4 - 6.45pm

Transformers and John Cena; a match made in heaven for 12-year-old boys in 2010.


The Goonies - Turner Classic Movies - 6.45pm

A young Sean Astin and Josh Brolin star as a group of misfits out searching for lost pirate treasure.

Diamonds Are Forever - ITV4 - 9pm

Not the best Bond film, but at least the opening song is a banger.

The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear - Comedy Central - 9pm


Leslie Nielsen can do no wrong.

Pacific Rim: Uprising - E4 - 9pm

The second one.

Kill Bill: Volume 2 - Turner Classic Movies - 9pm

Our top pick for tonight is the satisfactory conclusion to Tarantino's longest story.

The Bride (Uma Thurman) sets off to finish what she started and take out the Deadly Vipers Assassination Squad that tried to kill her and her unborn child.

Very violent, very stylish, very Tarantino.

Bad Boys - ITV4 - 11.25pm

It's not quite Bad Boys II, but it'll do.

Long Shot - BBC ONE - 11.40pm

A decent romantic comedy starring Seth Rogen as a scriptwriter for presidential candidate Charlize Theron.

Pale Rider - Turner Classic Movies - 11.50pm

Clint Eastwood is both in front of and behind the camera in this western about a preacher defending a small town.