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Easter TV Movie Guide: Friday, April 18 - Toy Story, Harry Potter, more

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The Dirty Dozen - 2.15pm, Channel 5
This classic Hollywood war film directed by Robert Aldrich follows a WWII major who must lead a suicide mission into enemy territory with a motley band of violent criminals.


Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - 2.45pm, ITV
The first of the Harry Potter films and the most child-friendly sees the schoolboy discover he is a wizard, and set off for an adventure at Hogwarts, full of fun, fantasy and magic special effects.


Beetlejuice - 7pm, 5*
One of Tim Burton's first films, and he already had his kooky gothic comedy vibe sorted. Michael Keaton stars as the hellish phantom who must exorcise a living couple from the home of two fellow ghosts.


Toy Story - 8.30pm, BBC Three
The excellent first film from Pixar that paved the way for hit after hit from the animation company, and a movie trilogy that actually maintains its quality. In their first adventure, Woody (Tom Hanks) and Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) are forced into an unlikely friendship.


Knocked Up - 9pm, ITV2
Standard Judd Apatow production fare, there are laughs galore as Alison's (Katherine Heigl) world is turned upside-down after a one-night stand with loser Ben (Seth Rogen).


The Bourne Supremacy - 10.15pm, ITV
The second in the Bourne franchise raises its game, as amnesiac agent Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) delves back into the world of the CIA and assassinations as his past threatens to catch up with him. Expect lots of parkour and fist-fights.


The King of Comedy - 12.15am, Channel 4
An under-appreciated masterpiece collaboration from Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro is about Rupert Pupkin, a desperate aspiring stand-up comic with designs on becoming the best in America.

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