Here are the 20 best movies on TV this Saturday
Sure, what else would you be doing?
You've probably heard by now that we're basically in lockdown.
Home entertainment - and acting responsibly in order to save lives - is everything right now.
Movies offer a necessary comfort. Let's see what's on the TV today, so...
Saturday 28 March
Monsters University - RTÉ One - 6.35pm
Nowhere near as good as Monsters, Inc. but still enjoyable all the same.
How to Train Your Dragon - E4 - 7.05pm
Charming Oscar-nominated animation.
Jurassic Park III - ITV2 - 7.15pm
The third one.
Thunderball - ITV4 - 7.20pm
James Bond adventure. The fourth one.
Ocean's Twelve - TCM - 9pm
The second one.
Mechanic: Resurrection - E4 - 9pm
Also the second one.
Girls Trip - Channel 4 - 9pm
College friends reunite to attend a music festival. Remember music festivals?
Alien Covenant - Film 4 - 9pm
Essential for those who want to see Michael Fassbender flirt with himself.
The Babadook - SyFy - 9pm
Strong horror in which grief manifests as something otherworldly.
War of the Worlds - Sky One - 9.15pm
Tom Cruise battles an alien invasion.
The Tailor of Panama - TG4 - 9.25pm
Pierce Brosnan smoulders his way around a spy thriller.
Race - RTÉ 2 - 9.30pm
Biopic of hugely historically and culturally significant athlete Jesse Owens.
The Other Guys - Virgin Media One - 9.30pm
Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg get their hapless buddy cop comedy on.
Safe House - ITV - 10pm
Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds in a forgettable enough action thriller. Still, it's got Denzel so it's doing better than most forgettable enough action thrillers.
The Descent - Film 4 - 11.20pm
Fantastic, genuinely frightening horror in which a team of cave divers find themselves trapped underground with a monstrous force for company.
Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates - Channel 4 - 11.25pm
They sure do!
Margin Call - BBC Two - 11.35pm
Excellent, sobering drama about the 2007 - 2008 financial crash with a great cast.
Fire Down Below - TCM - 11.35pm
Steven Seagal does his bit for the environment by murdering bad guy types.
Old School - BBC One - Midnight
Will Ferrell, Luke Wilson and Vince Vaughn do the 'back to school' thing.
Zoolander 2 - Channel 4 - 2.20am
Twenty past two in the morning feels about right for this one.