As Storm Brian works its way across Ireland and drenches the country for a second time in one week, you've probably worked your way through our last list of recommendations for stormy weather day.
So, we've come up with a new list of movies for you to check out while you're waiting out the crappy weather. All these movies have been added in the past ten days, so there's a chance you might have clocked them on the queue already.
We begin with...
CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON
The Oscar-winning epic mixes martial arts with court romance and drama to make Sense & Sensibility, but with kung fu. That's not our description, either. That's what director Ang Lee summarised the film as. Michelle Yeoh and Chow Yun-Fat give career-best performances as Yu Shu Lien and Li Mu Bai, two veteran warriors with unspoken feelings for one another who are drawn into a game of cat-and-mouse when Li Mu Bai's powerful sword, the Green Destiny, is stolen. Incredible choreography, beautiful music from Yo-Yo Ma and sumptuous visuals, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon is incredible. Give it a watch if you haven't already.
Tom Cruise stars in this brainy sci-fi thriller about a repair worker who's left behind on a wasteland Earth, repairing drones and tending to the massive fusion generators that power humanity's off-world colony on Saturn's moon, Titan. As he continues through his mission, he begins to question whether or not he's making a difference and soon finds himself plagued by memories of his life before. It might get a bit obvious in places, and the plot is cogged straight from dystopian '70s sci-fi staples, but the strong visuals and M83's soundtrack more than make up for it.
Come on, who hasn't heard of Notting Hill? Julia Roberts plays, well, a world-famous actress who strikes up an unusual relationship with a bookstore owner played by the charmingly befuddled Hugh Grant. It's cheesy, it's sickly sweet, it's hideously '90s, it's exactly the kind of film you'd watch on a crappy weather day like today.
Jaoquin Phoenix, Josh Brolin, Benicio Del Toro and a supporting cast that includes Katherine Waterston, Martin Short, Luke Wilson and Eric Roberts star in this borderline-incomprehensible detective story set in the final days of the '60s drug subculture. It's... yeah, it's weird, but it's good weird. Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson of There Will Be Blood and Boogie Nights fame, it's got a cracking soundtrack and some beautiful cinematography - not to mention pretty funny in parts. MOTO PENEKEKU.
Will Smith and Margot Robbie star in this slinky, sexy heist dramedy about two con-artists who meet, initially, when she's trying to con him. Smith agrees to take her on as his protege, but realises he's falling for her and she the same. After a brief interlude, the story picks up three years later when she's working on a billionaire that he himself is trying to con. If you're looking for something easy on the eyes that doesn't require a huge amount of attention, this is pretty much it.
If you want an unintentional comedy, a film so bad you're wondering how it even made it into cinemas, this is it. Jupiter Ascending - or Jupiter ASS-ENDING as we called it on its initial review - is so bad, it pretty much ended the film career of the Wachowskis. Channing Tatum only talked about it once in an interview afterwards, and expressed disbelief about it. He plays a dog-hybrid-man. Eddie Redmayne, meanwhile, puts on the worst British accent a British actor is ever likely to render. It's hilariously awful. Get drunk and enjoy the cheese.