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One of the most iconic films of all time is among the movies on TV tonight

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Even if you’ve never seen it, you’ve definitely heard some of the songs on its soundtrack.

On the hunt for something to watch this Saturday, 22 October?

Well, JOE recommended three new shows to check out over the weekend in the video below.

However, for more options, here are the movies on TV tonight.

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle – E4 – 9pm

A reboot of the ’90s kids’ favorite featuring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Jack Black Karen Gillan and Kevin Hart.

The Conjuring – Sky Showcase – 9pm

In this supernatural horror that is perfect for Halloween, a pair of paranormal investigators (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga) work to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in their farmhouse.

Hot Shots! Part Deux / Airplane II: The Sequel – Comedy Central – 9pm / 10.50pm

Two comedy spoof sequels are airing back-to-back tonight on Comedy Central.

Terminator: Dark Fate – Movie4 – 9pm

This decent sixth entry in the Terminator franchise saw the return of Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor.

You can check out JOE’s interview with Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger for the movie below.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 – MTV – 9pm

The third entry in the popular YA dystopian series.

War – Turner Classic Movies – 9pm

Jason Statham and Jet Li star in this forgettable action thriller.

The Shed – Horror Xtra – 9pm

This 2019 American horror focuses on a teen and his best friend who endures nonstop torment from bullies at school.

However, that soon changes when one of them discovers a bloodthirsty creature that resides in a country shed.

War for the Planet of the Apes – RTÉ2 – 9.45pm

The third entry in the Planet of the Apes reboot series adds Woody Harrelson to the franchise.

Man of Steel – Turner Classic Movies – 11.10pm

Henry Cavill’s first outing as Superman.

The Turning – BBC One – 11.30pm

This modern adaptation of Henry James’ classic ghost story The Turn of the Screw stars Finn Wolfhard (Stranger Things) and Mackenzie Davis (the above Terminator: Dark Fate).

No One Lives – Film4 – 11.35pm

A gang of ruthless highway killers kidnaps a wealthy couple (one of which is played by Luke Evans) traveling cross country only to discover things are not what they seem in this violent horror thriller.

The Inbetweeners Movie – Channel 4 – 11.35pm

The beloved British sitcom gets the big screen treatment.

The Graduate – RTÉ One – 11.50pm

Last but not least is our pick for tonight which is this Oscar-winning ’60s comedy-drama.

It stars a young Dustin Hoffman as a disillusioned college graduate who begins an affair with an older woman (Anne Bancroft) and then becomes obsessed with her daughter (Katharine Ross).

Thanks to its Simon & Garfunkel soundtrack, sharp screenplay and unforgettable final scene, The Graduate remains a classic that is still parodied and referenced in movies and TV to this day.

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