An incredible documentary is among the movies on TV tonight
The movie scored 99% on Rotten Tomatoes upon release in cinemas in 2019.
If you're in a movie mood this Tuesday evening, you'll be happy to hear that not only has Prime Video added two of the best movies ever made, but Netflix has also added 22 huge movies to its library this week. Beyond that, there are also the movies on TV to choose from, starting with...
Napoleon Dynamite - FilmFour - 7.10pm
I dunno about you, but I would 100% vote for Pedro.
Apollo 11 - Sky Showcase - 9pm
Our pick for the night is Apollo 11, a documentary released in cinemas in 2019 to a hugely impressive 99% score on Rotten Tomatoes. Using absolutely zero narration, recreations or interviews, the documentary is told exclusively through archival footage, including some that had not been previously made available for public viewing. It tells the story of Apollo 11, its crew including Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, and their mission to become the first men to walk on the Moon.
Apollo 11 is also available to watch at home with a NOW Cinema Membership.
The Client - ITV4 - 9pm
A young boy (Brad Renfro) has vital information in a missing persons case, and he hires a lawyer (Susan Sarandon) to protect him from the mafia, as well as a US Attorney (Tommy Lee Jones) hoping to use the case to launch his political career. A very entertaining courtroom thriller.
The Day After Tomorrow - FilmFour - 9pm
Global warming is causing huge weather changes, and only Dennis Quaid can... well... he can't actually do anything about it, but he does have to save his son (Jake Gyllenhaal) from it.
All My Life - RTÉ2 - 9.35pm
This 2020 weepie drama tells the story of a soon-to-be-wed couple who speed up their dream wedding plans when the groom discovers he has terminal cancer. 57% on Rotten Tomatoes.
The Raid 2 - Sky Max - 10pm
Explodes out the tight action thriller of the first movie into a 150-minute behemoth, while the action sequences are just as kinetic and violent.
Tyrannosaur - FilmFour - 11.25pm
Today is Paddy Considine's 50th birthday, so FilmFour are celebrating with a double bill of his movies. The first one is this powerful, uncomfortable drama that he directed, starring Peter Mullan, Olivia Colman and Eddie Marsan.
Hellraiser - Legend - 12.55am
This most twisted horror icon recently celebrated its 35th anniversary of bringing its unique brand of nightmares into the world.
Journeyman - FilmFour - 1.25am
The second entry in the Considine double-bill is this drama that he both directed and starred in, playing a boxer who suffers a serious head injury, impacting his daily life and his relationship with his family.
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