A fantastic-but-overlooked comedy drama is among the movies on TV tonight
Your movie menu for Tuesday evening has arrived.
Not sure what to watch tonight? Amazon Prime Video has just added 10 huge movies to its library.
But if none of those appeal, then there are plenty of movies on regular TV too, starting with...
PACIFIC RIM UPRISING - Film4 - 6.50pm
John Boyega headlines this big-budget sci-fi action sequel, set several years after the first movie, and those interdimensional monsters are planning a new attack on humanity. We actually chatted to the star about the blockbuster back in the day, and you can check out that chat in full right here:
DIE HARD 2: DIE HARDER - ITV4 - 9pm
He replaced a skyscraper with an airport, but otherwise this is essentially the exact same movie as the first one, but also about exactly half as good.
THE EXORCIST: THE VERSION YOU'VE NEVER SEEN - TCM - 9pm
One of the most famous horror movies of all time, but with some additional scenes that were cut out of the original theatrical release.
ARKANSAS - Film4 - 9pm
Liam Hemsworth and Vince Vaughn star in this only-okay noir thriller about a drug deal gone awry.
DEMOLITION MAN - ITV4 - 9pm
Stallone and Bullock headline this amusing sci-fi action-thriller as cops in a crime-free future utopia version of LA, who are suddenly forced to deal with an old-school, ultra-violent criminal (brilliantly played by Wesley Snipes).
EDUCATING RITA - BBC Two - 11.15pm
Julie Walters and Michael Caine star in this much-loved comedy drama about a stuffy professor and his new working-class student.
SPY - Film4 - 11.20pm
A bit of an underrated comedy, with Melissa McCarthy promoted from assistant to fully fledged spy when her boss (Jude Law) is killed mid-mission. Jason Statham and Rose Byrne provide magnificent comedic support.
THE LOST BOYS - TCM - 11.40pm
A sleepy town finds themselves under siege by a group of vampires. One of the campest movies ever made, and that is why it is so beloved.
TULLY - Film4 - 1.40am
Our pick for the night is for all you nightowls out there (or for anyone who might have the ability to record it and then watch it at a more reasonable hour tomorrow).
Charlize Theron is a new mother finding it difficult and in need of help, when a new nanny (played by Mackenzie Davis) magically appears at her front door, providing the assistance she so desperately wants.
With the help of the nanny, Theron's character also rediscovers her passion for her own life, for her husband, and for everything she thought she might have lost by becoming a mother. A funny, tragic drama.