This year's Best Documentary Oscar-winner is among the movies on TV tonight
It won Best Documentary Feature at the Academy Awards last weekend.
Amazon Prime Video has just added 11 huge movies to its library but if you need more to watch this Wednesday evening, here are the films airing on TV.
The Equalizer 2 - Film4 - 9pm
Man of the moment Pedro Pascal appears in this hit action sequel alongside Denzel Washington.
Re-Animator - Horror Xtra - 9pm
This legendary comedy-horror centres on a medical student (Jeffrey Combs) who invents a serum that can re-animate deceased bodies and how this impacts his unsuspecting roommate (Bruce Abbott).
San Andreas - Sky Showcase - 10pm
Dwayne Johnson headlines this disaster movie.
The Wedding Ringer - Comedy Central Extra - 10pm
Josh Gad and Kevin Hart do their schtick in this watchable if forgettable comedy.
Navalny - RTÉ2 - 10.40pm
Our pick for tonight is this documentary that takes viewers inside the investigation into the shocking 2020 assassination attempt against Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny.
Released in 2022, Navalny received critical acclaim for its timely subject matter and tense and thrilling account of real-life events, earning a near-perfect 98% on Rotten Tomatoes.
It went on to win Best Documentary Feature at the Oscars last weekend and when accepting the award, Navalny's wife Yulia Navalnaya gave a powerful speech.
You can watch the moment below.
Revenge - Legend - 10.50pm
This incredibly stylish and violent French action thriller follows a young woman (Matilda Lutz) who is left for dead in the desert by three men, where she recovers and seeks vengeance upon her attackers.
Bloodline - Horror Xtra - 10.50pm
A cast against type Seann William Scott (American Pie) stars in this horror thriller as a vigilante serial killer.
Criminal - Turner Classic Movies - 10.55pm
Kevin Costner stars in this sci-fi action movie as a convict who is implanted with the memories of a dead CIA agent (Ryan Reynolds) in order to finish an assignment.
Trading Places - Film4 - 11.20pm
Dan Aykroyd, Eddie Murphy and recent Oscar-winner Jamie Lee Curtis star in this beloved '80s comedy.
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