One of the best romantic comedies of all time is among the movies on TV tonight
It has a 93% Rotten Tomatoes score.
Need a movie to watch at home tonight?
Well, JOE has already recommended a new Apple TV+ film in the video below.
This week's must-watch at home... is a sexy psychological thriller with an INCREDIBLE cast! pic.twitter.com/kF8L4WEXzs
— JOE.ie (@JOEdotie) February 16, 2023
Meanwhile, Netflix just added 17 big flicks to its library.
For more options though, here are the movies on TV this Saturday evening.
The Bourne Identity - Sky Showcase - 9pm
The first entry in the legendary action thriller franchise starring Matt Damon.
Passengers - Film4 - 9pm
Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence star in this spaceship-set sci-fi.
Blades of Glory - Comedy Central - 9pm
Two rival Olympic ice skaters (Jon Heder and Will Ferrell) are forced to compete in the sport together in this decent comedy.
Mile 22 - Channel 4 - 9pm
A poorly cast Mark Wahlberg leads this action thriller that is essentially Sicario but much much sillier.
Absolute Power - Turner Classic Movies - 9pm
Clint Eastwood directs and stars in this political action thriller about a master jewel thief who witnesses the killing of a woman by Secret Service agents.
Cell - Horror Xtra - 9pm
John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson lead the cast of this not very good Stephen King adaptation.
The Bucket List - RTÉ2 - 9.50pm
A comedy-drama following two terminally ill men (Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman) who head off on a road trip with a wish list of to-dos before they die.
I Know What You Did Last Summer - MTV - 10pm
While watchable, this hit slasher is not as great as its title.
Moonstruck - BBC Two - 10.40pm
Our pick for tonight is this 1987 romantic comedy-drama revolving around a bookkeeper (Cher) from Brooklyn in New York who finds herself in a difficult situation when she falls for the brother (Nicolas Cage) of the man (Danny Aiello) she has agreed to marry.
Directed by the great Norman Jewison (In the Heat of the Night) and boasting a 93% Rotten Tomatoes score, Moonstruck remains a classic of its sub-genre thanks to Cage and Cher's palpable chemistry and a screenplay full of gem lines by John Patrick Shanley (Doubt).
Cher and Nicolas Cage in Moonstruck
Heartlands - TG4 - 10.45pm
Michael Sheen stars in this comedy-drama about a mild-mannered man who is expelled from his local darts team but decides to travel across the country on his own to the league finals in Blackpool.
The Italian Job - Channel 4 - 10.50pm
A fun American remake of the classic 1969 British heist film.
Police Academy - Comedy Central - 10.55pm
The first in the long-running comedy series of movies.
Half Past Dead - ITV4 - 11pm
A Steven Seagal action vehicle with a 3% score on Rotten Tomatoes.
No One Lives - Film4 - 11.15pm
A gang of ruthless highway killers kidnaps a couple (one of which is played by Luke Evans) travelling cross country only to discover things are not what they seem in this violent horror thriller.
The Limit Of - RTÉ2 - 11.35pm
This 2018 Irish thriller focuses on a banker (Laurence O'Fuarain) from Dublin who learns that his employer is responsible for a terrible tragedy.
Bonnie and Clyde - RTÉ One - 11.45pm
This landmark '60s crime drama tells the story of the titular American criminal couple (Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty).
The Lost Boys - BBC One - 11.50pm
"One thing about living in Santa Carla I never could stomach: all the damn vampires."
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