A variety of movies can be found to observe on TV over the August financial institution vacation weekend.
The highlights on Monday (August 28) embrace Daniel Craig’s final outing as James Bond in No Time To Die, motion thriller The Raid and James Cameron’s Titanic.
In case you’re within the temper for out-of-season festivities, BBC Three is bizarrely exhibiting romantic comedy Misplaced At Christmas. It goes up in opposition to Males In Black III and Eddie The Eagle starring Taron Egerton throughout Film4 and Sky Showcase respectively.
For music heads, Ron Howard’s 2016 documentary The Beatles: Eight Days A Week is airing on Sky Showcase within the afternoon.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet in ‘Titanic’. Credit score: Alamy Inventory Picture.
See the movies obtainable to observe on TV this August financial institution vacation under.
Bee Film – ITV2, 10:05am
Nanny McPhee – ITV, 2pm
Joe Kidd – Channel 5, 2:15pm
Puss In Boots – Film4, 2:55pm
The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend A Damaged Coronary heart – Sky Arts, 3pm
Kelly’s Heroes – Channel 5, 4pm
Smurfs: The Misplaced Village – ITV2, 4:30pm
Faculty of Rock – Film4, 4:40pm
The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – Sky Showcase, 5pm
Ice Age – ITV2, 6:15pm
Males In Black III – Film4, 6:55pm
Eddie The Eagle – Sky Showcase, 7pm
No Time To Die – ITV2, 8pm
Misplaced At Christmas – BBC Three, 8:25pm
Titanic – Film4, 9pm
Going In Model – BBC Two, 10:30pm
Run All Night time – ITV, 10:15pm
Child Finished – BBC Three, 10:45pm
The Raid – Sky Max, 10:45pm
Quite a lot of actors have been rumoured to take over the position of James Bond following Daniel Craig, together with Damson Idris, Bridgerton star Regé-Jean Web page and Aaron Taylor-Johnson. The latter not too long ago refused to disclaim his potential casting in an interview.
In a four-star evaluation of No Time To Die, NME wrote: “For probably the most half although, and with a lot at stake because of COVID decimating cinema, producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson must be applauded for taking some daring dangers. The gobsmacking ending, actually, could be the largest in Bond historical past.
“But when the credit lastly roll on Daniel Craig’s final hurrah, all these difficulties fade into the background. If we didn’t know higher, we’d say it even appeared like he loved himself.”