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

United Kingdom

TV guide - Friday, 13/12/19

(1979) Drama with Phil Daniels. A youth finds excitement and a sense of belonging in 1960s mod culture. But the scene has its darker side. Violence/very strong, offensive language/drugs.
The Miracle of Morgan's Creek
(1943) Screwball comedy. In director Preston Sturges' sideswipe at 1940s US morals, Betty Hutton stars as a small-town girl whose marital status may be in doubt, but her pregnancy isn't.
The Great Sioux Uprising
(1953) Western starring Jeff Chandler. An ex-army doctor arrives at a frontier outpost and walks straight into a conflict between Native Americans and the town's horse traders.
Fantastic Voyage
(1966) Classic sci-fi adventure. Raquel Welch and Donald Pleasence are among the crew of a miniaturised submarine that's injected into an injured diplomat's body in a bid to save his life.
Holiday Inn
(1942) Classic musical with Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire as a song-and-dance team, and Marjorie Reynolds as the gal who catches both men's eye. Featuring best-selling song White Christmas.
The Imitation Game
(2014) Benedict Cumberbatch in Oscar-nominated role as Alan Turing, the socially awkward mathematician, WWII code-breaker, father of the modern computer and demonised homosexual. Violence.
The Bank Job
(2008) Bank heist thriller. Jason Statham stars as the leader of a gang of thieves whose lucrative job lands them in grave danger. Very strong language/violence/sexual scenes.
Crank 2: High Voltage
(2009) Outrageous comedy starring Jason Statham as a hitman with an artificial heart that requires regular electrical kick-starts. Violence/strong, offensive language/nudity/sexual scenes.

TV guide - Saturday, 14/12/19

Machete Kills
(2013) Action-thriller sequel. Danny Trejo plays a seemingly unstoppable mercenary hired by the US president to kill a Mexican revolutionary. Very strong language/graphic violence/sex.
Animal Farm
(1954) Animated version of George Orwell's novel. After ousting humans, animals try to create the perfect farm society. Voices by Maurice Denham. Upsetting scenes for some younger viewers.
Crack in the World
(1965) Sci-fi disaster movie starring Dana Andrews and Kieron Moore. A plan to provide Earth with unlimited free geothermal energy goes catastrophically wrong.
A Thousand Words
(2012) Comedy. Eddie Murphy stars as a truth-bending literary agent who finds himself in danger of literally talking himself to death after he's cursed by a New Age author he upset.
One Fine Day
(1996) Romantic comedy. George Clooney and Michelle Pfeiffer star as single parents who, while attempting to juggle their busy lives and childcare, find support, and more, in each other.
Behind Enemy Lines
(2001) Thriller with Owen Wilson. A US Navy flight officer on a NATO reconnaissance mission has to fend for himself when he's shot down by Serb forces in the former Yugoslavia. Violence.
(2008) Action thriller. Liam Neeson stars as a former CIA operative who tracks down his daughter after she is kidnapped while on a European holiday. Strong, gory violence throughout.