Here are the 16 best movies on TV this Sunday
It's a day for it.
Well, most days are fit for sprawling out on the couch and watching movies now, in fairness.
With that in mind, we've delved into the listings and done the necessary.
Here's what it looks like on Sunday 29 March...
Independence Day - E4 - 6.10pm
Will Smith cordially welcomes aliens to Earth.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 - Film 4 - 6.40pm
Jennifer Lawrence's YA dystopia adaptation prepares to draw to a close.
Coyote Ugly - ITV2 - 6.55pm
Charming enough cult favourite musical-ish comedy.
Casino Royle - ITV4 - 8pm
Daniel Craig suits up as James Bond for the first time.
Sicario - Film 4 - 9pm
One of the best films of modern times.
London Has Fallen - RTÉ 2 - 9pm
Gerard Butler is maybe the most unlikeable 'hero' in cinematic history in a preposterous sequel that doubles down on xenophobia and '90s-strength CGI.
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines - SyFy - 9pm
You all noticed when Leo Varadkar quoted from the Terminator series the other night, right?
Ocean's Thirteen - TCM and Comedy Central - 9pm
The third one.
Rain Man - BBC One - 10.30pm
Acclaimed road trip story with Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes - Channel 4 - 11.05pm
The second of the recent trilogy and the best of the lot. Worth it for Toby Kebbell's superb motion capture performance alone.
The Iceman - Film 4 - 11.20pm
Michael Shannon plays a notorious real-life killer.
Excessive Force II: Force on Force - TCM - 11.35pm
I'll be honest. I have no idea what this film is and am including it purely for that ludicrous title. It has to be good, right?
The Homesman - BBC Two - 12.10am
Tommy Lee Jones, Hilary Swank and Meryl Streep head up a western drama.
The Taking of Pelham 123 - Virgin Media Two - 1am
John Travolta hijacks a train. Denzel Washington tries to stop him.
Darkman - Film 4 - 1.25am
Strange take on the superhero genre from Sam Raimi with Liam Neeson in the title role.
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty - Channel 4 - 1.30am
The second night in a row where a middling Ben Stiller film is dumped into the dead zone on the Channel 4 schedule.