Here are the 12 best movies on TV this Sunday
Man, it's a cold one.
Seriously, you see that weather warning?
A perfect night to stay inside, cosy up and forget the world with a movie or two.
Sunday tends not to be as strong as Saturday on the 'ol movies-on-TV front, so let's see how it looks tonight - Sunday 17 November...
Central Intelligence - Film 4 - 6.55pm
Action comedy in which The Rock and Kevin Hart team up as former friends, one of whom has a mundane office job, the other has matured into a hulking super-hero.
Yes Man - ITV2 - 6.55pm
In which Jim Carrey says 'yes' to everything.
Flight of the Navigator - SyFy - 7pm
Vintage childhood sci-fi adventure.
X-Men - E4 - 8.05pm
Where it all began for Hugh Jackman's Wolverine.
Lone Survivor - Film 4 - 9pm
Peter Berg's ode to real-life soldiers pinned down in enemy territory may be exceptionally jingoistic, but the man sure knows how to shoot operatic action sequences.
Deadpool - RTÉ 2 - 9pm
Ryan Reynolds strikes box office gold as the Merc with a Mouth.
Joy - RTÉ One - 9.30pm
Jennifer Lawrence struggles to make ends meet until she crafts her own empire.
Dracula Untold - Film 4 - 11.20pm
In what was supposed to re-launch the Dark Universe, Luke Evans steps into the shoes of the most legendary bloodsucker.
The Expendables 2 - Virgin Media One - 11.45pm
Easily the best of this not-as-good-as-you'd-hoped-for trilogy.
Criminal - Channel 4 - 12.30am
Violent, er, criminal Kevin Costner has the memories of a dead CIA agent implanted into his brain in order to carry out a daring mission.
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter - Film 4 - 1.10am
Does exactly what it says on the tin.
American Graffiti - TCM - 1.30am
Before Star Wars, George Lucas penned an affecting love letter to his youth.