A brilliant psychological thriller is among the movies on TV tonight
Here is your Saturday evening movie menu!
The weather this weekend has been manky, best to just stick to the couch and enjoy one or more of these...
— JOE.ie (@JOEdotie) September 23, 2022
But for your movies on TV this Saturday, here's what you can choose from:
Dora and the Lost City of Gold - RTÉ One - 6.35pm
So much better than it has any right to be, this extremely entertaining live-action adaptation of the hit kids cartoon is actually huge amounts of fun.
Eye in the Sky - Film4 - 7pm
Helen Mirren and Alan Rickman headline this tense thriller set around the ethics of a drone strike.
Failure To Launch - E4 - 7.05pm
Matthew McConaughey and Sarah Jessica Parker co-star in this rom-com about a man who can't seem to move on with his life, and the woman hired to secretly help him out.
My Super Ex-Girlfriend - Comedy Central - 7.15pm
When a regular guy (Owen Wilson) dumps his girlfriend (Uma Thurman), she uses her super powers to make his life a living hell.
Glass - Film4 - 9pm
Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson and James McAvoy star in this supernatural thriller that can't stick the landing after the brilliant Unbreakable and Split.
Couples Retreat - Comedy Central - 9pm
Loads of famous people star in this romantic comedy about four couples trying to rekindle their relationships on an island paradise.
Gladiator - Sky Showcase - 9.10pm
Russell Crowe and Ridley Scott help bring back the epic swords'n'sandals genre.
Mission Impossible: Fallout - Channel 4 - 9.10pm
Arguably the best action movie of the decade so far.
Rocketman - RTÉ One - 9.30pm
Taron Egerton is fantastic in this musical biopic of Elton John.
Daddy's Home - RTÉ Two - 10.20pm
A stepdad (Will Ferrell) discovers that his wife's previous husband (Mark Wahlberg) is everything he's not.
Ronin - ITV4 - 10.30pm
Contains some of the greatest car chases ever committed to film.
Insidious: Chapter 2 - MTV - 11pm
Not as good as the original, but still pretty scary in places.
Rambo - Dave - 11pm
Stallone kills HUNDREDS of soldiers in this very violent, long-delayed sequel.
Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie - BBC Two - 11.35pm
Assassination Nation - Film4 - 11.35pm
A modern-day reinterpretation of the witches of Salem, with young teen girls finding themselves judged and feared by online communities.
From Russia With Love - RTÉ Two - 12.35am
One of Connery's best Bond movies, therefore one of the best Bond movies overall.
Unsane - RTÉ One - 12.40am
Our pick of the night is this tremendous psychological thriller, in which a young woman (The Crown's Claire Foy) becomes convinced that she is being stalked by a dangerous man. Instead of being believed, she is instead institutionalised with paranoia, only to discover that one of the doctors in the mental health hospital is the same man that was stalking her.
Director Steven Soderbergh (Contagion, Side Effects) creates a magnificently claustrophobic thriller within the walls of the hospital, paired with Foy's serrated, edgy performance.