One of the most popular musicals ever is among the movies on TV tonight 1 week ago

One of the most popular musicals ever is among the movies on TV tonight

Saturday night's alright for movies...

Ladies and gentlemen... the weekend.

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It's here, and so is a big list of movies you can watch for free if you have a working TV.

We have no less than 20 films for you to choose from below, so I don't want to hear any complaining, alright?

Here's how it looks on Saturday, 20 November...

Inside Out – RTÉ One – 6.35pm

Highly emotional adventure from the team at Pixar.

Justice League – ITV2 – 6.40pm

The theatrical mess version rather than the revamped Snyder Cut.

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The Greatest Showman – Film4 – 6.55pm

Our lead choice this evening is a box office phenomenon that people just can't seem to get enough of.

Hugh Jackman takes centre stage in the smash-hit musical sensation that tells the story of ambitious showman and entrepreneur P.T. Barnum.

Support comes from Rebecca Ferguson, Zendaya, Zac Efron, Michelle Williams and a host of memorable songs.

The House Bunny – Comedy Central – 7pm

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Anna Faris shines in this Playboy-themed comedy.

Suicide Squad – ITV2 – 9pm

The one with Jared Leto's rather divisive take on The Joker.

Anna – Film4 – 9pm

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A fairly disposable assassin thriller, though it does have Cillian Murphy.

American Pie 2 – Comedy Central – 9pm

Another slice of the action.

Bad Teacher – Dave – 9pm

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Cameron Diaz is a bad teacher.

Christine – TG4 – 9.15pm

Challenging drama about American news reporter Christine Chubbuck, who took her own life while on the air during a television broadcast in 1974. Rebecca Hall stars.

Kingsman – The Secret Service – RTÉ 2 – 9.20pm

Irreverent comic-book action caper with Colin Firth and Taron Egerton.

Hanna – Turner Classic Movies / TCM – 10pm

Saoirse Ronan trains to become a lethal assassin.

Death Wish 2 – ITV4 – 10pm

The second one.

X-Men: Apocalypse – Channel 4 – 10pm

Probably the worst X-Men film until Dark Phoenix stumbled along.

Balls of Fury – Comedy Central – 11pm

Table tennis has never been so ridiculous.

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children – Film4 – 11.20pm

Eva Green steals the show in Tim Burton's fantasy adventure.

Payback – TCM – 12.20am

Mel Gibon seeks vengeance amidst a seedy criminal underworld.

Searching – Channel 4 – 12.40am

Decent screen-based thriller in which a father hunts for his missing daughter through the use of social media.

Good Luck Chuck – Comedy Central – 12.50am

Dane Cook is cursed to a life of regular and increasingly meaningless sexual congress.

Unlocked – RTÉ One – 12.55am

Pacy terrorism thriller starring Orlando Bloom and Noomi Rapace.

The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death – Film4 – 1.45am

It's a crime that they didn't go with 'Back in Black' here.