The schedules are awash with decent films this evening, which is nice. There's Stephen King's stirring tale, starring Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman, about a banker who's wrongly jailed for murder. Over the course of his life sentence, he forms an extraordinary friendship with a fellow inmate and earns a position of trust as bookkeeper to the corrupt prison governor, giving him the time and opportunity to conceive a unique (and very grim) escape plan. Alternatively, over on UTV at 9.00pm, there's The Bourne Supremacy. An amnesiac assassin is forced to come out of hiding when he is put in the frame for a botched CIA operation. In a bid to clear his name, he engages in a dangerous game of cat and mouse with the intelligence agency, but his chances of survival look decidedly slim. Then, in more thrilling viewing, there's Pacific Heights at 11.50pm on RTE1. Not one to watch if you've a fear of la cuckaracha.