One of cinema's biggest transformations is among the movies on TV tonight 2 months ago

One of cinema's biggest transformations is among the movies on TV tonight

Some big Oscar winners on the telly tonight!

Between 15 new additions to Prime Video and one of the best Irish documentaries of recent years, there are some options for you to choose from, along with the movies on TV, starting with...


Johnny English Strikes Again - FilmFour - 7.15pm
A bad movie, but should you want to watch it, here it is. Rowan Atkinson does his fake James Bond thing, surrounded by a too-good-for-this cast including Rosamund Pike, Emma Thompson, Olga Kurylenko and Gillian Anderson.

Knight and Day - Virgin Media Two - 9pm
Tom Hanks is the top secret spy and Cameron Diaz is the civilian who he takes along with him on a worldwide adventure. Sort of entertaining, in the most forgettable way imaginable.

Bohemian Rhapsody - FilmFour - 9pm
Recently usurped by Oppenheimer as the biggest biopic box office movie of all time. Which is good, because despite the Oscar wins, this movie didn't deserve to be that big.

Fist of Fury - Sky Max - 10.45pm
Bruce Lee's very good martial arts movie in which he gets revenge for his murdered teacher.



Christina Ricci and Charlize Theron star in Monster

Monster - FilmFour - 11.45pm

Our big pick for tonight is Monster, which features one of the most famous transformations in Hollywood history. Charlize Theron won the Best Actress Oscar for her performance in this powerful drama about a woman who turns to prostitution in order to make money, but soon starts robbing and killing her clients. If you miss it on TV tonight, you can also check it out on Prime Video in Ireland and the UK.


The Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain - FilmFour - 1.55am
With a Rotten Tomatoes score of 97%, this 2019 drama is a must-watch, detailing the events that led up to the death of Kenneth Chamberlain Sr., an elderly African American veteran with bipolar disorder, who was killed during a conflict with police officers who were dispatched to check on him.

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