Here are the 12 best movies on TV this Friday 2 weeks ago

Here are the 12 best movies on TV this Friday

On the off-chance that you're not watching the Toy Show...

There are plenty of films to choose from this Friday 30 November.

A whole dozen, to be precise. Let's get to it...

Gods of Egypt - Film 4 - 9pm

Almost worth missing the Toy Show for, in fairness.

Gods of Egypt is comfortably the most ridiculous blockbuster of recent times, featuring a gigantic Gerard Butler transforming into a flying dog monster thing every now and then.

It's awful, but you won't be bored.

The Fugitive - ITV4 - 9pm

Harrison Ford is accused of killing his wife.

The Transporter - E4 - 9pm

Jason Statham moves things from one place to another.

Forgetting Sarah Marshall - ITV Be - 9pm

Sharp break-up comedy with Jason Segel, Mila Kunis and Russell Brand.

Last Man Standing - TCM - 9pm

Bruce Willis and Christopher Walken head up a decent deconstruction of the Western genre.

Battle: Los Angeles - SyFy - 9pm

Aaron Eckhart goes action hero with mixed enough results.

Rocky - RTÉ 2 - 9.30pm

The original outing for the Italian Stallion goes directly against the aforementioned Show of Toys. Best of luck, champ.

Snake Eyes - Universal TV - 10.10pm

At least flick over for the excellent opening sequence.

Presumed Innocent - TCM - 11pm

Harrison Ford is accused of killing his mistress.

Bit of a worrying pattern emerging here, admittedly.

Tango & Cash - 11.45pm - RTÉ 2

It's a Stallone one-two punch on RTÉ 2 this evening with this wonderfully of-its-time action thriller teaming Sly up with a reliably grizzled Kurt Russell.

A vintage 'buddy cops that don't like each other but must team up to fight evil' romp that also boasts the late Jack Palance chewing all available scenery.

Bullet to the Head - Channel 4 - 12.10am

Do you want even more Sylvester Stallone? Fine, here's a violent one where he goes up against Jason Momoa and his axe.

Sorcerer - Film 4 - 1.15am

Slammed by critics and ignored by the public in the late '70s, William Friedkin's patient thriller is now regarded as a cult favourite.