Films on TV Tonight, Friday 14 September

Tonight's films have something for everyone, beginning with St. Trinian's and The Shawshank Redemption, followed by My Best Friend's Wedding, Die Another Day, and A History of Violence

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Films on TV Tonight, Friday 14 September
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Imogen Beecroft

St. Trinian's - 7.05pm, Film4

A revival of the classic film series, in which a group of schoolgirls plot to save their school from closure. Featuring Colin Firth, Rupert Everett and Russell Brand.

The Shawshank Redemption - 9.00pm, ITV2

The tale of a convicted murderer's struggle to find justice, hope and friendship when all seems lost. 

How to Lose Friends and Alienate People - 9.00pm, More4

Simon Pegg stars as an aspiring journalist who gets a job in New York and finds himself completely out of his depth. An adaptation of Toby Young's autobiographical novel of the same name.  

My Best Friend's Wedding - 10.00pm, Watch

Julia Roberts is Julianne Potter, a woman who realises she is in love with her best friend only days before his wedding. A classic romantic comedy.

Die Another Day - 10.35pm, ITV1

In Pierce Brosnan's final Bond movie he stars alongside Halle Berry. Bond finds himself captured in North Korea. Appearance and soundtrack by Madonna.

A History of Violence - 11.05pm, Film4

Tom Stall's small-town life is disrupted by his own heroic actions which bring him more problems than he could have anticipated. 

Lymelife - 12.55am, BBC2

Comedy about a family trying to cope with the pressures of everyday life, coupled with an outbreak of Lyme disease.

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