A big zombie blockbuster is among the movies on TV tonight – JOE.ie

Saturday is upon us, a day that typically offers a packed line-up of movies on TV.

Today is no exception.

Here are your options.

Tom Cruise embodies Lee Child's famous literary character in this supremely watchable action thriller.

Cruise stars again here in what this writer considers to be the best Mission: Impossible flick.

Pierce Brosnan's first outing as Bond is often cited as his best.

Claire Foy steps into the role of hacker Lisbeth Salander in this so-so soft reboot of David Fincher's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.

This Oscar Best Picture nominee dramatises the nearly decade-long international manhunt for Osama bin Laden.

Alfred Hitchcock's seminal psychological horror thriller.

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson plays a security expert who must infiltrate a burning skyscraper 225 stories above ground when his family is trapped inside by criminals.

Prior to Gangs of New York, Martin Scorsese directed Daniel Day-Lewis in this 1993 historical romantic drama.

Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill team up in this hilarious reboot of the TV series of the same name.

The first (and more comedic) of two zombie flicks on TV tonight, in Zombieland, a motley crew road trip through a post-apocalyptic United States.

Jean-Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren face-off in this '90s sci-fi action flick which launched a franchise.

This German WWII drama set on a submarine is widely considered as being one of the best war films of all time.

Our pick for tonight, Brad Pitt stars in this big-budget adaptation of Max Brooks' hit novel playing a former UN field agent called back to duty to investigate a zombie pandemic.

Probably the biggest entry ever in the horror sub-genre, World War Z benefits from a charismatic lead turn and some pulse-pounding action set pieces.

The first entry in the young adult sci-fi film series.

In this acclaimed biographical drama, a romance sparks between a young actor (Jamie Bell) and a Hollywood leading lady (Annette Bening) in '70s Liverpool.

This powerful drama from filmmaker Ken Loach centres on a 59-year-old carpenter (Dave Johns) who, after surviving a heart-attack, must fight bureaucratic forces to receive Employment and Support Allowance.

This excellent sci-fi tells the story of a father (Michael Shannon) and son who go on the run, pursued by the government and a cult drawn to the child's special powers.

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