Staying in for the bank holiday? Here's four movies you can check out this weekend...
Friday - 23:05
BBC One - Old School
Vince Vaughn, Luke Wilson and Will Ferrell team up for this Animal House-esque comedy about three 40-something men who decide to start their own fraternity in a nearby college for the purposes of getting drunk, getting naked and terrorising nerds in said nearby college. If you don't overthink it, Old School is a cracking gross-out comedy. FRANK THE TANK! FRANK THE TANK!
Saturday - 22:00
TV3 - Munich
Steven Spielberg directs an ensemble cast that includes Eric Bana, Daniel Craig, Ciaran Hinds and Matthieu Kassovitz and deals with the assassination of 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics and the Israeli government's response to it. Bana leads a team of IDF operatives who are sent to Europe to hunt down the terrorists and dispatch them in brutal fashion, but soon find that blood begets blood. It does have an epic run-time - twenty minutes shy of three hours - but Spielberg tries his best to come at the material in an honest and compelling way.
Sunday - 17:55
RTE 2 - Tomorrow Never Dies
The second of the Brosnan Bonds, this time 007 heads to China to battle evil media mogul Jonathan Pryce with the help of China's foremost spy, Michelle Yeoh. It's got that great theme song from Sheryl Crow, Teri Hatcher turning up for five minutes and a talking BMW 7-Series. Remember when Bond was this ridiculous? Good times, good times.
Monday - 21:35
RTE 1 - The Flag
Moe Dunford and Pat Shortt star in this comedy about a down-on-his-luck builder who attempts to steal back an Irish flag that's currently being displayed in a British Army base. Borrowing heavily from Ealing comedies, it has a lot of heart and Dunford and Shortt play off nicely against one another throughout.