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Friday 24th January

  • 4:40pm Carry on Jack: (1963) Comedy with Bernard Cribbins, Juliet Mills and Kenneth Williams. A 19th-century naval ship's voyage is complicated by cross-dressing, mutiny and clashes with the Spanish and pirates. (1 hour 55 minutes) on Film4 (14)
  • Saturday 25th January

  • 12:10am In Bruges: (2008) Comedy-drama. Hitmen Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson are sent to Belgium by boss (Ralph Fiennes) after botching a job. Very strong, offensive language, bloody violence, drugs. (1 hour 50 minutes) on Channel 4 (4) and Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 1:10am In Bruges: (2008) Comedy-drama. Hitmen Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson are sent to Belgium by boss (Ralph Fiennes) after botching a job. Very strong, offensive language, bloody violence, drugs. (1 hour 50 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (15)
  • 12:55pm The Spiderwick Chronicles: (2008) Fantasy adventure. Children find a secret book at their great-great-uncle's creepy home that reveals a thrilling, scary world of goblins, ogres and trolls. With Freddie Highmore. (1 hour 50 minutes) on Film4 (14)
  • 3:50pm Columbo: Caution! Murder Can...: ...Be Hazardous To Your Health: Crime drama starring Peter Falk and George Hamilton. The dishevelled detective is called in to investigate when a chain-smoking TV producer is found dead. (1991) (1 hour 50 minutes) on 5 USA (21)
  • 4:50pm The Jewel of the Nile: (1985) Comedy action-adventure starring Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner. A daredevil and a romantic novelist race to find a jewel that will restore a nation's heir to his throne. (2 hours 10 minutes) on Film4 (14)
  • 5:40pm Columbo: A Matter of Honor: Crime drama starring Peter Falk and Ricardo Montalban. Columbo finds his Mexican holiday disrupted by another unusual murder. (1976) (1 hour 25 minutes) on 5 USA (21)
  • 6:10pm The Hunger Games: Catching Fire: (2013) Jennifer Lawrence stars in part two of the dystopian fantasy drama. Victory only leads to greater mortal danger for Katniss Everdeen. With Donald Sutherland and Josh Hutcherson. (2 hours 50 minutes) on E4 (13)
  • 9:00pm Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit: (2014) Thriller starring Chris Pine, Keira Knightley, Kevin Costner and Kenneth Branagh. A CIA agent is sent on a dangerous mission to Moscow to investigate a Russian tycoon. Violence. (2 hours 5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4) and Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 9:00pm The Hunger Games: Mockingjay...: ...Part 1: (2014) Jennifer Lawrence stars in the penultimate part of the dark action fantasy. Anti-Capitol rebels decide they want Katniss to be their mascot, but she initially refuses. (2 hours 35 minutes) on E4 (13)
  • 10:00pm Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit: (2014) Thriller starring Chris Pine, Keira Knightley, Kevin Costner and Kenneth Branagh. A CIA agent is sent on a dangerous mission to Moscow to investigate a Russian tycoon. Violence. (2 hours 5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (15)
  • Sunday 26th January

  • 11:00am Carry On Cleo: (1964) Comedy with Sid James, Kenneth Williams and Amanda Barrie. Caesar's best military commander is posted to Egypt, where he falls for the famously beautiful pharaoh Cleopatra. (1 hour 50 minutes) on Film4 (14)
  • 12:40pm The Parent Trap: (1998) Comedy. Lindsay Lohan plays twins Hallie and Annie, who meet for the first time and realise they've been 'shared' by their divorced parents (Dennis Quaid and Natasha Richardson). (2 hours 30 minutes) on E4 (13)
  • 2:10pm Columbo: A Matter of Honor: Crime drama starring Peter Falk and Ricardo Montalban. Columbo finds his Mexican holiday disrupted by another unusual murder. (1976) (1 hour 35 minutes) on 5 USA (21)
  • 2:20pm Never Been Kissed: (1999) Romcom starring Drew Barrymore and Michael Vartan. A reporter is sent on an undercover assignment to a high school, where she finds herself falling in love with an English teacher. (2 hours 5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4) and Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 3:20pm Never Been Kissed: (1999) Romcom starring Drew Barrymore and Michael Vartan. A reporter is sent on an undercover assignment to a high school, where she finds herself falling in love with an English teacher. (2 hours 5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (15)
  • 4:45pm Eragon: (2006) Action-packed fantasy. John Malkovich stars as the despotic ruler Galbatorix, who thinks he has exterminated all the Dragon Riders, not realising one survives to challenge his reign. (2 hours 5 minutes) on Film4 (14)
  • 6:25pm The Book Thief: (2013) Drama about the horrors of war. In Nazi Germany, an orphan and her foster parents find themselves in danger when they help a Jewish boy. Some scenes may distress younger viewers. (2 hours 35 minutes) on More 4 (18)
  • 6:40pm Mrs Doubtfire: (1993) Comedy starring Robin Williams and Sally Field. A failing actor dresses in drag to fool his estranged wife into hiring him as a housekeeper so he can spend more time with his kids. (2 hours 20 minutes) on E4 (13)
  • 6:50pm Knight and Day: (2010) Action-comedy starring Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz. A CIA assassin kidnaps a woman and takes her on an impromptu round-the-world trip in order to save both their lives. Violence. (2 hours 10 minutes) on Film4 (14)
  • 9:00pm A Walk Among The Tombstones: Neo-noir crime drama starring Liam Neeson and Dan Stevens. Private investigator Matthew Scudder is hired by a drug kingpin to find out who kidnapped his wife. (2014) (1 hour) on Paramount Network (54)
  • 9:00pm Mechanic: Resurrection: (2016) Action thriller sequel starring Jason Statham, Jessica Alba and Michelle Yeoh. The assassin is 'offered' three new jobs he cannot refuse. Strong language and violence throughout. (1 hour 55 minutes) on Film4 (14)
  • 9:00pm Olympus Has Fallen: Action thriller starring Gerard Butler and Aaron Eckhart. A disgraced former guard to the US president becomes trapped in the White House following a terrorist attack. (2013) (1 hour) on 5STAR (30)
  • 10:05pm A Walk Among The Tombstones: Neo-noir crime drama starring Liam Neeson and Dan Stevens. Private investigator Matthew Scudder is hired by a drug kingpin to find out who kidnapped his wife. (2014) (1 hour 15 minutes) on Paramount Network (54)
  • 10:05pm Olympus Has Fallen: Action thriller starring Gerard Butler and Aaron Eckhart. A disgraced former guard to the US president becomes trapped in the White House following a terrorist attack. (2013) (1 hour 15 minutes) on 5STAR (30)
  • Monday 27th January

  • 12:00am Now You See Me: (2013) Thriller starring Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Mark Ruffalo, Isla Fisher and Morgan Freeman. Four magicians commit a series of impressively bold robberies. (2 hours 5 minutes) on Channel 4 (4) and Channel 4 HD (104)
  • 1:00am Now You See Me: (2013) Thriller starring Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Mark Ruffalo, Isla Fisher and Morgan Freeman. Four magicians commit a series of impressively bold robberies. (2 hours 5 minutes) on Channel 4+1 (15)
  • 12:55pm The Three Musketeers: (1973) Classic comedy-adventure with Michael York, Charlton Heston and Oliver Reed. In 17th-century France, a country lad who wants to become a Musketeer gets caught up in a dangerous plot. (2 hours 10 minutes) on Film4 (14)
  • 6:45pm The Devil Wears Prada: (2006) Comedy-drama starring Anne Hathaway and Meryl Streep. A naive young woman lands a job as assistant to one of New York's most important, but ruthless and cynical, magazine editors. (2 hours 10 minutes) on Film4 (14)
  • 9:00pm Night at the Museum: (2006) Fantasy comedy starring Ben Stiller. A museum security guard discovers that an ancient curse makes the exhibits on display at his workplace come to life after dark, causing chaos. (2 hours 15 minutes) on E4 (13)
  • 9:00pm The Other Woman: (2014) Romcom starring Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, Kate Upton and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. Three women take revenge on the man who betrayed their love. Strong language, sexual scenes. (2 hours 10 minutes) on Film4 (14)
  • 11:10pm Lone Survivor: (2013) Action-drama. Mark Wahlberg, Taylor Kitsch, Emile Hirsch and Ben Foster star as US soldiers who are sent on a mission to kill an Afghan Taliban leader. Gory violence, strong language. (2 hours 20 minutes) on Film4 (14)
  • Tuesday 28th January

  • 6:20pm Star Trek Into Darkness: (2013) Sci-fi action adventure starring Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto and Benedict Cumberbatch. Kirk loses command of the Enterprise and a renegade operative threatens Starfleet. Violence. (2 hours 40 minutes) on Film4 (14)
  • Wednesday 29th January

  • 2:20am Piranha 3DD: (2012) Gross-out comedy-horror sequel starring Danielle Panabaker. A shoal of ravenously carnivorous fish invade an adult-themed water park. Gory violence, sex, nudity, strong language. (1 hour 40 minutes) on Film4 (14)
  • 12:55pm Two Thousand Women: (1944) Melodrama starring Phyllis Calvert and Patricia Roc as leaders of a group of female detainees in a WWII German internment camp who help three RAF airmen escape from the Nazis. (1 hour 55 minutes) on Film4 (14)
  • 2:50pm 3:10 to Yuma: (1957) Classic western with Glenn Ford and Van Heflin. The capture of a murderous stagecoach robber propels an impoverished local rancher on a perilous journey. Directed by Delmer Daves. (1 hour 50 minutes) on Film4 (14)
  • 9:00pm Taken 2: (2012) Violent thriller sequel starring Liam Neeson, Maggie Grace and Famke Janssen. The Mills family must again fight for survival when an old enemy seeks revenge in Istanbul. (1 hour 50 minutes) on Film4 (14)
  • Thursday 30th January

  • 9:00pm The Hunger Games: Mockingjay...: ...Part 1: (2014) Jennifer Lawrence stars in the penultimate part of the dark action fantasy. Anti-Capitol rebels decide they want Katniss to be their mascot, but she initially refuses. (2 hours 25 minutes) on E4 (13)