A modern action-comedy classic is among the movies on TV tonight 1 month ago

A modern action-comedy classic is among the movies on TV tonight

How's your hangover today?

Clubs are back, but if you're still feeling the fear from last night, it might be better to stay in and watch a good movie.

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So order a takeaway, wrap yourself up in a blanket, and settle in for what's coming up tonight...

The League of Extraordinary Gentleman - 6.50pm - E4

Sean Connery's final on-screen role sees the Bond actor teaming up with characters from Victorian fiction to take down a big bad.

Imagine the Avengers, except instead of Iron Man and Captain America, it's Dorian Grey and Tom Sawyer.

Kingsman: The Golden Circle - 9pm - Channel 4

Taron Egerton and Colin Firth are back to save the world in this decent sequel to 2014's 'The Secret Service' original.

You'll never listen to the song 'Country Roads' the same way again.

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22 Jump Street - 9.45pm - RTÉ2

Following their successful mission to infiltrate a high school, officers Jenko (Channing Tatum) and Schmidt (Jonah Hill) have to go deep undercover at a local college to stop the sales of a dangerous new drug.

It's so satisfying when a sequel lives up to its predecessor, especially a comedy.

The cast are back in top form, and the jokes come thick and fast. The scenes with Ice Cube alone make this a must-watch if you haven't already.

12 Angry Men - 9.30pm - TG4

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A remake of the 1957 courtroom drama with a powerful ensemble cast of the 90's finest.

Check out James Gandolfini's performance as an unsure juror.

South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut - 11.10pm - Comedy Central

A group of children seeing an R-rated film nearly causes a global war and the return of Satan.

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Who would have known the South Park writers were so good at writing musicals?

Hanna - 11.25pm - Sony Movie Channel

Ireland's own Saoirse Ronan stars in this action thriller about a young assassin tasked with taking out a CIA agent.

Come for the fight scenes, stay for the plot twists.

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