Films on TV Tonight, Wednesday 13 June

Tonight's picks include Young Sherlock Holmes, Forever Young, No Country for Old Men, Miss Congeniality, Due Date and Face/Off

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Young Sherlock Holmes – 6.50pm, Film4

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Mystery adventure starring Benedict Cumberbatch lookalike Nicholas Rowe and Alan Cox – following the death of their headmaster at boarding school, John Watson and Sherlock Holmes embark on their first criminal investigation into a sinister Egyptian cult.

Forever Young – 8.00pm, ITV3

Romantic fantasy set in 1939 starring Mel Gibson – after lead character Daniel McCormick’s girlfriend ends up in a coma following a road accident, he asks his friend to freeze his body for one year. He’s discovered 50 years later feeling cold and forgotten…

No Country for Old Men – 9.00pm, Film4

Oscar-winning crime thriller from the Coen Brothers. Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin) goes on the run with $2 million after a botched drug deal but ends up playing a dangerous version of hide and seek with sophisticated hitman, Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem)

Miss Congeniality – 9.00pm, 5*

Action comedy starring Sandra Bullock and Michael Caine. When a terrorist threatens the Miss United States beauty contest, hard-nosed FBI agent Gracie Hart must go undercover as a beauty pageant contestant to stop the attack.

Due Date – 9.45pm, Sky Comedy

Comedy about uptight architect Peter Highman (Robert Downey Jr) whose altercation with an air marshal results in a flying ban. Peter must now drive across America in order to get home for the birth of his child, accompanied by unlikely hero Ethan (Zach Galifianakis), a complete fruit cake.

Face/Off – 10.45pm, BBC1

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Action-packed thriller starring John Travolta and Nicolas Cage about deranged terrorist, Caster Troy, who plants a bomb in LA and is then put into a coma by his FBI rival, Sean Archer. In order to find the bomb’s location, Archer uses uber-sophisticated surgery to swap faces with Troy and mingle with his associates for information.