A true-life heist movie starring Barry Keoghan is among the movies on TV tonight
Your movie menu for the evening has arrived!
Today is... (double checks calendar)... Tuesday?
Is that right? Huh.
Anyways, happy Tuesday!
Hidden Figures - Film4 - 6.30pm
Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer and Janelle Monae headline this based-on-a-true story and very entertaining drama about three African-American female mathematicians who played key roles in the NASA mission to send their first astronaut into orbit around the Earth.
On Her Majesty's Secret Service - ITV4 - 7.05pm
George Lazenby's one and only outing as James Bond is often shoved off to one side as a bit of an oddity, but it also happens to be Christopher Nolan's favourite 007 movie. So... do with that information what you will.
Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows - Sky Showcase - 9pm
The hit action sequel reunites Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law as Holmes and Watson, this time taking on a perfectly cast Jared Harris as Moriarty, an evil genius intent on starting a world war.
First Man - Film4 - 9pm
Ryan Gosling teams up with his La La Land director Damien Chazelle again for this very grounded take on Neil Armstrong and the impact of the Moon-landing mission had on his wife and children.
The Other Woman - Comedy Central - 9pm
Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton discover that they're all dating the same guy - Jaime Lannister from Game of Thrones - and decide to team up to get revenge. It isn't very good, but you might want to turn your brain off and laugh at attractive people for two hours.
American Animals - Film4 - 11.50pm
Our pick of the night is this based-on-real-events thriller. A group of bored college students, including Barry Keoghan, Evan Peters and Blake Jenner, decide to inject some excitement into their lives by stealing some priceless books from their college library. As is always the case with heists, things do not go exactly according to plan...
RoboCop 2 - ITV4 - 12am
What if RoboCop, but evil? That is essentially the plot of this sequel, which is both better than you might have heard, and not as good as it could have been.