Kiss the weekend.
Daniel Craig is on The Late Late Show tonight, but maybe you fancy something even more cinematic on a Friday night.
If so, read on.
You can always choose from our list of great new movies and shows available this weekend, or you can just leave it up to those who decide which movies end up on your TV screen.
Here are the most interesting movies available on the box on Friday, September 24 …
Cutthroat Island – Film4 – 6:40 p.m.
A famous mid-90s hit flop starring Matthew Modine and Geena Davis as swashbuckling pirates in search of buried treasure.
Cutthroat Island was so hated back then that people predicted Hollywood would never make pirate movies again. It didn’t last, of course.
Caught – Film4 – 9 p.m.
Liam Neeson unleashes his very special skills.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies – E4 – 9 p.m.
The epic conclusion to the Hobbit trilogy.
Captain Phillips – ITV4 – 9 p.m.
Tom Hanks gives an excellent performance in this real and tense hijacking drama.
Guns of the Magnificent Seven – TG4 – 9:35 p.m.
The second sequel to the famous western. You will probably be able to figure out what is going on even if you haven’t seen the others.
Le Plein Monty – RTÉ 2 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Our particularly charming choice for the evening.
Unlucky, six unemployed people do the only thing they can think of: undress for money. Robert Carlyle and Tom Wilkinson star in what looked like a ’90s comedy freak.
Shooter – Virgin Media One – 10 p.m.
Mark Wahlberg stars as the amazingly named Bob Lee Swagger; a very precise military sniper who finds himself embroiled in a very dangerous conspiracy.
Mid 90s – Film4 – 10:50 p.m.
Jonah Hill goes behind the camera in his directorial debut for what would become an Oscar nominated drama. The coming-of-age drama centers on a young boy who escapes a difficult family life by hanging out in a skate shop.
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross provide a distinctively strong soundtrack.
A Monster Calls – BBC One – 11:25 PM
Liam Neeson is stationed in a supernatural fantasy drama that divides tree monsters and family trauma.
Rough Night – Channel 4 – 12:05 am
Scarlett Johansson and her friends have a very, uh, hectic night when a bachelorette party goes awry.
If you’ve seen The Very Bad Things by Christian Slater, this is essentially a more tame version.
Blades of Glory – Film4 – 12:30 p.m.
No one knows what this means but it is PROVOCATIVE.