Here are the 15 best movies on TV this Friday 1 month ago

Here are the 15 best movies on TV this Friday


And thank god it is indeed Friday.

We may not have been ready to return to work and something approximating normal life, but we're damn sure ready for a bunch of movies on TV.

Here's how it looks on Friday 3 January...

Hail, Caesar! - More 4 - 9pm

A rake of stars - George Clooney, Channing Tatum, Josh Brolin, Scarlett Johansson, Tilda Swinton - clown around at the behest of the Coen Brothers.

Pitch Perfect - ITV2 - 9pm

The first one.

Transformers: The Last Knight - Film 4 - 9pm

The fifth one.

Serenity - SyFy - 9pm

Enjoyable big screen offshoot of cult cancelled sci-fi favourite Firefly.

Boyhood - RTÉ 2 - 9.30pm

A passion project in its purest sense; Boyhood was captured across 12 years by director Richard Linklater, offering a unique account of a coming-of-age story.

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows - ITV - 10.45pm

The second one.

Dune - TCM - 11.20pm

There's a star-studded remake coming very soon so why not give David Lynch's trippy futuristic saga a go ahead of time?

Lemmy - TG4 - 11.30pm

Documentary charting the life and times of the late Motorhead frontman.

What We Do In The Shadows - BBC Two - 11.35pm

Vampire farce from the brains of Taiki Waititi and Jemaine Clement.

I Love Trouble - RTÉ One - 11.50pm

Nick Nolte and Julia Roberts play rival journalists who discover that the biggest story of their lives just might be love.

John Wick - Virgin Media Two - Midnight

In which Keanu Reeves revives his career by murdering many men.

Assault on Precinct 13 - Film 4 - 12.05am

The original.

Poltergeist - RTÉ 2 - 12.30am

Did you know they remade Poltergeist in 2015 with Sam Rockwell?

True Story - BBC Two - 12.55am

James Franco and Jonah Hill face off in a true crime tale.

Killing Them Softly - Film 4 - 1.55am

Brad Pitt delves into the scuzzy admin of crime in a sharp drama that boasts a razor-sharp fade to black ending.