Film4 is a British free-to-air television channel owned by the Channel Four Television Corporation, that broadcasts films.

United Kingdom

TV guide - Tuesday, 10/12/19

Our Idiot Brother
(2011) Comedy with Paul Rudd, Emily Mortimer, Elizabeth Banks, Rashida Jones, Zooey Deschanel and Steve Coogan. A man's inability to lie causes trouble for his family. Sex/strong language.
(1966) Gregory Peck stars in Stanley Donen's spy thiller. An Oxford professor is unwittingly drawn into a deadly web of political intrigue. With Sophia Loren and Alan Badel.
Man in the Saddle
(1951) Western. Randolph Scott stars as a rancher who's the target of unwelcome harassment by his richer and more powerful neighbour. With Alexander Knox, Joan Leslie and Ellen Drew.
The Return of the Musketeers
(1989) Action adventure with Michael York, Oliver Reed, Frank Finlay and Richard Chamberlain. The Musketeers set out to rescue Queen Anne from a dastardly plot hatched by her lover.
The Man from the Alamo
(1953) Bud Boetticher's western stars Glenn Ford. A man is branded a coward when he can't prove he was ordered to abandon his defence of the Alamo. But he gets a chance to redeem himself.
The Monuments Men
(2014) George Clooney's fact-based World War II drama. A group of art experts form a unit to prevent the Nazis from stealing or destroying globally important cultural artefacts. Violence.
A Good Day to Die Hard
(2013) Part five of the action-thriller series. When cop John McClane, Bruce Willis, flies to Moscow to help his estranged son he finds danger at every turn. Violence/strong language.
The Purge: Anarchy
(2014) Dystopian action-thriller sequel. A hapless couple and a mother and her daughter get perilously caught out during a night of lethal lawlessness. Strong language/gory violence.

TV guide - Wednesday, 11/12/19

The Principles of Lust
(2003) Drama starring Alec Newman. A man must choose between his stable relationship and his thrill-seeking friends. Strong violence/very strong language/graphic sex/drugs.
The Lawless Breed
(1952) Rock Hudson stars in Raoul Walsh's western as a youth who's initially subject to the teachings of his preacher father, but then turns into a cowboy, gambler and gunslinging outlaw.
Arabian Nights
(1942) Adventure starring Jon Hall, Leif Erickson and Maria Montez. In medieval Baghdad, the caliph and his brother bitterly fight for power and the love of the beautiful Scheherazade.
Our Man in Havana
(1959) Satirical comedy starring Alec Guinness. In pre-revolutionary Cuba, an English vacuum cleaner salesman gets drawn into the international espionage business. With Maureen O'Hara.
The 300 Spartans
(1962) Historical drama with Ralph Richardson. A retelling of the stand made at Thermopylae in 480 BC by a small Greek force against invasion by an enormous Persian army. Battle violence.
Eye in the Sky
(2015) Helen Mirren and Alan Rickman star in a tense life and death drama about the morality of combat drones. A mission to capture terrorists in Kenya takes an unexpected turn. Violence.
The Hitman's Bodyguard
(2017) Action-comedy about a bodyguard hired to protect a hitman on his way to give evidence against a ruthless dictator. With Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L Jackson. Strong language/violence.