Here are the 11 best movies on TV this Saturday
It's like the cinema, except you don't leave the house.
Congratulations, you've successfully made it to the second weekend of January.
Your reward - many films on television today; Saturday 12 January.
Let's do this...
The Day After Tomorrow - Film 4 - 6.25pm
The future? Let's hope not.
Toy Story 2 - RTÉ One - 6.35pm
In which Woody faces a crisis of faith.
Face/Off - Universal TV - 9pm
Absolutely bonkers actioner in which John Travolta and Nicolas Cage swap faces and do their best to take each other down.
John Woo's Hollywood career was never as gilded as we wanted it to be, but Face/Off is a ludicrously violent and silly romp that should be seen at least once by everyone.
Central Intelligence - Channel 4 - 9pm
The Rock - who didn't slam 'the snowflake generation' after all - teams up with Kevin Hart - who won't be hosting the Oscars this year - for a perfectly serviceable action comedy in which Dwayne Johnson once again ably demonstrates his comic chops.
Sudden Death - ITV4 - 9pm
Jean-Claude Van Damme gets his Die Hard on in an ice hockey stadium with fine villainous support from the late, great Powers Boothe.
Manchester by the Sea - BBC Two - 9.45pm
Casey Affleck and Michelle Williams bring intensity and emotion in this patient, highly affecting drama.
Fright Night - Film4 - 10.50pm
Though nowhere near as charming as the original, this vampire-themed horror/comedy update at least gives Colin Farrell the chance to have fun.
Plus, it's a reminder of what a talent Anton Yelchin was.
8 Mile - ITV4 - 11.15pm
Eminem overcomes a sweaty palm complaint to take the underground battle rap world by storm.
Dressed to Kill - RTÉ One - 12.15am
Michael Caine shines in a typically provocative Brian DePalma thriller.
Bully - Film4 - 1am
Controversial filmmaker Larry Clark does it again here - in that he makes some highly questionable decisions and creates much ammunition for his detractors - in an uncomfortable adaptation of a murderous and deeply disturbing real life tale.
Dracula Untold - RTÉ 2 - 2.15am
If you're having an especially late night you could do worse than bear witness to Luke Evans' attempt to revive the most famous bloodsucker in the game.