Spielberg's most underappreciated movie is among the movies on TV tonight 3 weeks ago

Spielberg's most underappreciated movie is among the movies on TV tonight

If you love Spielberg's work, then this one might be on your rewatch list.

Not sure what to watch tonight? Don't worry, we've got you covered!


Kindergarten Cop - FilmFour - 6.50pm

Arnie is a dangerous cop who is sent undercover as a teacher at a kindergarten school, as one of the pupils may be the child of a very dangerous criminal. Arguably still Arnie's funniest film to date. Second only to Batman & Robin.

Journey's End - BBC Four - 9pm

This 2017 WWI movie has a score of 91% on Rotten Tomatoes. Sam Claflin, Paul Bettany and more feature as a group of soldiers trying to hold out for the end of the war.


Demolition Man - TCM - 9pm

Stallone is frozen and defrosted in the future as the only man who can stop an out-of-control criminal, played with joyous OTT'ness by Wesley Snipes. Arguably still Stallone's most purely fun film to date.

A.I.: Artificial Intelligence - FilmFour - 9pm

Our main pick for the night arrives hot on the heels of Spielberg announcing his latest project, which may very well end up being the biggest of his career to date. And just like that project, this one was also originally intended to be directed by the legendary Stanley Kubrick.


Spielberg directs Haley Joel Osment, Jude Law, Brendan Gleeson and William Hurt in this sci-fi story of a young robot boy who travels the planet in an attempt to become real, thinking it will guarantee his surrogate mother (Frances O'Connor) will love him as much as her real children.

Half Past Dead - ITV4 - 10.15pm

This Steven Seagal action thriller has a score of 3% on Rotten Tomatoes. Not a typo. Three percent.

Honey Boy - FilmFour - 11.55pm


This 2019 drama has a score of 95% on Rotten Tomatoes, detailing the life story of an actor (Lucas Hedges) who has issues with alcohol, and while in rehab he is forced to deal with his childhood and his complicated relationship with his father (Shia LaBeouf).

Dancehall Queen - FilmFour - 1.45am

A decent comedy about a wannabe dance star who uses a local competition to pit all of her enemies against each other.

Captive - Channel 4 - 2.50am

Kate Mara and David Oyelowo headline this thriller, telling the story of a criminal who goes on the run after murdering the judge presiding over his trial, and the woman he takes hostage alone the way.


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