Whether you're in the mood for Jennifer Lawrence, animated dragons or well-oiled, scantily-clad Spartan warriors, we're confident that the Digital Spy Easter movie list has got something for everyone.
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
March 29, 7pm, Film4
John Hughes's slacker classic is the definition of perfect holiday viewing, following charismatic wise guy Ferris (Matthew Broderick) and his downtrodden, depressive best friend Cameron (Alan Ruck) as they skive off school and spend a day living it up in downtown Chicago.
No Country For Old Men
March 29, 10pm, More4
The Coen brothers' Best Picture-winning thriller is a hypnotically tense treat, featuring one of the most frightening villains ever committed to the big screen in Javier Bardem's Anton Chigurh. Based on Cormac McCarthy's novel, the story follows an ordinary man (Josh Brolin) who stumbles upon a fortune and unwittingly becomes embroiled in a cat-and-mouse game in the Texan desert.
March 29, 10.45pm, BBC2
Hard though it is to remember a time when Jennifer Lawrence wasn't a universally beloved one-woman GIF factory, this hardscrabble drama was her breakthrough, and the role of Ree - an unflinching teenager single-handedly holding her family together against bleak odds - foreshadows her casting as Katniss in The Hunger Games.
Back to the Future
March 30, 4.10pm, ITV2
No explanation required - there is no family member who's not going to enjoy watching Marty McFly scrabble to correct the damage he's done to his family's timeline after accidentally travelling back 30 years. This Robert Zemeckis cult classic is an ideal Saturday afternoon choice.
March 30, 10.35pm, ITV
On the other hand, there might well be a few family members who don't find Zack Snyder's testosterone-fuelled take on the Battle of Thermopylae to be their cup of tea. But what the film lacks in character development and brains, it makes up for in stunning visuals, a stellar cast (Fassbender! West! Wenham!) and vast armies of extraordinarily chiselled men in extraordinarily tiny pants.
March 31, 1pm, Film4
Adam Shankman's updated take on John Waters' semi-satirical musical is pure Marmite - you'll either get swept along in the lurid colours and energetic performances and subtly political underpinnings, or you'll be wishing for death by the half-hour mark. We're on the first train - you can't stop the beat.
March 31, 4.55pm, BBC2
With Star Trek Into Darkness now just six weeks away (!!!!!), there's never been a better time to revisit Dean Parisot's inspired parody of the original films, which follows the former stars of a cult sci-fi series who are forced to take on their iconic roles in real life.
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
March 31, 5.50pm, Channel 4
The third instalment in the Narnia film series was met with mixed reviews on its release, but to be frank there's not a lot of choice on the evening of Easter Sunday. So either voyage out to sea for a perfectly agreeable family adventure with Edmund, Lucy, Caspian et al, or just take a trip out to the cinema.
The Magnificent Ambersons
April 1, 11.40am, BBC2
Now, if you want to start your Easter Monday off with an Orson Welles double bill (and who doesn't, right?), then you can tune into Citizen Kane from 9.40am. But Ambersons - which follows the declining fortunes of a proud, wealthy family - often tends to get overlooked, so if you've only got time for a single dose of Welles, go for this one.
How to Train Your Dragon
April 1, 7.30pm, BBC3
Following a young Viking boy whose dreams of becoming a dragon hunter are challenged when he befriends a young dragon, this energetic Dreamworks adventure enchanted critics and audiences alike on its original release, and it's exactly the kind of gently charming fare to soften the blow of realising your long weekend is almost over.
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