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These are the seven best movies on TV tonight

By Rory Cashin

December 1, 2020 at 10:38am

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This headline is a lie. These are the six best movies on TV tonight, and one of the worst sequels ever made, and this is your warning not to watch it!

This will be the first Tuesday in a long time with no Great British Bake Off to distract us, so it will be a great night to watch a movie or two.

The Hunger Games: MockingJay Part One - FilmFour - 6.40pm

The third entry in the quadrilogy of Teenagers Toppling The Future Government finds Katniss placed front-and-centre of a propaganda machine, when all she really wants to do is get involved in the fight.

12 Angry Men - TCM - 6.50pm

Rated the 5th best movie of all time on IMDb, this 1957 drama sees a jury member attempt to prevent a miscarriage of justice by forcing the other jury members to reconsider the evidence.

Dumb and Dumber To - E4 - 9pm

Don't watch this movie. We know this article is about pointing out the best movies on the TV tonight, but you all need to be warned about this, in case you see it is on and think "How bad can it possibly be??" The answer is very. Very, very bad.

RED - FilmFour - 9pm

The title stands for Retired, Extremely Dangerous, and it tells the story of a group of aged government agents - Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, Helen Mirren, John Malkovich - who suddenly find themselves back in the action when they start being picked off one by one.

Bride Wars - MTV - 9pm

Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway are two best friends who go to war with each other when both of their weddings are scheduled for the same day.

Enemy of the State - ITV4 - 11.45pm

Will Smith is a lawyer who is passed along a piece of evidence that some shady government agents definitely didn't want him to see, and he finds his entire life turned upside down, with only paranoid former agent Gene Hackman potentially able to help him.

120 BPM - Channel 4 - 12.10am

Powerful French drama based on the true story of an advocacy group who fight back against the government and pharmaceutical companies in the midst of the 1990s AIDS pandemic.

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