A Clint Eastwood classic is among the movies on TV tonight
It was nominated for three Academy Awards including Best Supporting Actor for John Malkovich.
It's the start of another week. But, luckily it's a short one as we gear up to St. Patrick's Day on Friday. If you're saving yourself for the celebrations coming up this weekend, then tonight is a perfect opportunity to relax in front of the TV, and there's a great choice of movies on the box.
Our pick for tonight is a classic thriller from the 90's starring none other than Clint Eastwood. But, if that's not your cuppa, don't fret, there's still plenty of other great options.
Bandits - Film4 - 9pm
This 2001 thriller stars stars Bruce Willis and Billy Bob Thornton as two convicts who form an unusual love triangle with a runaway housewife played by Cate Blanchett.
A Few Good Men - Great! Movies - 9pm
"You can't handle the truth!" Rob Reiner directs this classic 90's courtroom drama. Tom Cruise stars as Military lawyer Lieutenant Daniel Kaffee who defends Marines accused of murder. Jack Nicholson, Demi Moore and Kevin Bacon fill up an impressive supporting cast.
Molly's Game - TG4 - 9.30pm
This underrated modern gem is worth a watch tonight. Jessica Chastain stars as Molly Bloom, a high-stakes poker game host who got caught up with an FBI sting. Co-starring Idris Elba, Kevin Costner and a host of familiar faces, Molly's Game is based on a true story with some interesting tales of big Hollywood names.
In The Line of Fire - ITV4 - 10.05pm
Our pick for tonight was nominated for three Academy Awards. In this 1993 classic, Clint Eastwood stars as a disillusioned and obsessed former CIA agent who attempts to assassinate the President of the United States and the Secret Service agent who tracks him.
A thriller in the purest sense, the impressive supporting cast is made up of John Malkovich, Rene Russo and Gary Cole.
Westworld - Turner Classic Movies - 11.20pm
Decades before the HBO series, the original Westworld movie took the world by storm. A robot malfunction creates havoc and terror for unsuspecting vacationers at a futuristic, adult-themed amusement park.
Don't Look Now - BBC2 - 11.15pm
Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland star in this 1973 thriller about a married couple who travel to Venice following the recent accidental death of their daughter.
Elizabeth - Film4 - 11.25pm
This 1998 biographical movie is based on the early years of Elizabeth I of England's reign as she faces plots and threats to take her down from the throne. Cate Blanchett, Geoffrey Rush and Christopher Eccleston star.
An Irish Goodbye - BBC1 - 23.40pm
The big Irish winner at the Oscars this year is on the telly tonight. The Best Live Action Short winner focuses on two estranged brothers (James Martin and Seamus O'Hara) who reunite following the untimely death of their mother (Game of Thrones' Michelle Fairley).
Also, if you haven't seen it already, check out the the cast and crew accepting their award this week - one of the most wholesome moments of Oscars night.
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- Colin Farrell only too happy to share his thoughts on Saturday Night Live sketch