Here are the 9 best films on TV this Saturday
Plenty to choose from
It's St. Patrick's weekend so you know what that means: sport. Lots and lots of sport with a little sport in there for good measure, but if you're tired of the Six Nations, FA Cup, and Premier League, there are plenty of excellent films on the box too.
The weather might be horrible but the films on television are great.
The Devil Wears Prada - 18.45 on Film Four
Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway may get all the headlines but it's the moment when everyone realised just how great Emily Blunt is.
Home Alone -19.55 on E4
Forgetting Sarah Marshall - 21.00 on Comedy Central
Kunu: It looks like you got a little pain behind those eyes.
Peter Bretter: Yeah, maybe a little.
Kunu: There's really only one cure for that.
Peter Bretter: Yeah, what's that?
Kunu: Weed. You got any?
Peter Bretter: No.
Kunu: Oh. Well then let's go surfin'!
Paul Rudd is a god.
Waynes World 2 - 21.00 on Universal TV
The greatest standalone character of the '90s. Discuss.
Kick-Ass - 21.15 on Comedy Central
Nic Cage channels Adam West's take on Batman. What's not to love?
Outbreak - 21.10 on SyFy
Sicario - 22.15 on Channel 4
Benicio del Toro gives one of his best ever performances in this thriller that's tense, tough, and terrifying.
Behind the Candelabra - 22.45 on BBC2
Steven Soderbergh's film dramatises the last ten years in the life of pianist Liberace and the relationship he had with Scott Thorson. Matt Damon and Michael Douglas are excellent.
Avengers Assemble - 23.00 on BBC1
The MCU? Na, never heard of it mate.
Only kidding, a wonderful meeting of The Avengers as Hulk smashes everything he sees.