Wayne's World - 11.25pm, Film4
In this classic US comedy, rock music mad teenagers Wayne (Mike Myers) and Garth (Dana Carvey) broadcast their opinions on their own cable TV show, hosted from Wayne's basement. The show soon becomes so popular that it attracts the attention of an ambitious television executive (Rob Lowe), who decides to take over the show.
Saturday, January 11
Tomorrow Never Dies - 8.30pm, ITV2
The 18th Bond movie sees Pierce Brosnan's 007 facing off against a media mogul (Jonathan Pryce) who is attempting to start a war between China and the UK in order to make a profit. This well paced spy adventure also stars Teri Hatcher.
Wanted - 10pm, Channel 4
James McAvoy is the accountant who, after surviving an attempt on his life, is shocked to be told that his recently deceased father was secretly working as an assassin. As if this wasn't a big enough revelation, he is soon informed that he must now unleash his own skills as a hitman. This fast-paced thriller also stars Angelina Jolie and Morgan Freeman.
Evil Dead II - 11.25pm, Film4
The Evil Dead movies have become cult classics of the horror-comedy genre and this second instalment in the series shows exactly why. Bruce Campbell stars as Ash, whose romantic break in an abandoned cabin goes horrifyingly wrong when his girlfriend is possessed by an evil force.
Sunday, January 12
The Truman Show - 5.10pm, Film4
This comedy drama may put you in mind of Big Brother gone wild. Jim Carrey gives a nuanced performance as Truman Burbank, a man who lives a seemingly perfect life. What he doesn't know is that his town is an elaborate set, everybody he knows is an actor and his entire life is being broadcast as a reality television show...
Fast Five - 9pm, Channel 4
Vin Diesel heads this fifth instalment in the Fast and Furious franchise. Cast members from previous films unite to steal $100 million from a corrupt businessman - and of course to show off some extreme driving in the process.
Cemetery Junction - 11.55pm, BBC1
Ricky Gervais writes and directs this coming-of-age tale, which sees three young friends (Christian Cooke, Tom Hughes and Jack Doolan) trying to negotiate life after leaving school in 1970s Reading. A sweet and funny look at the choices faced when adulthood starts calling.