Films on TV Tonight, Monday 17 September

Begin your evening with Cyrus and Romancing the Stone before Space Cowboys, This Is Spinal Tap, Analyze This and Goodbye Charlie Bright

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Cyrus – 6:25pm, Sky Movies Comedy

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John C Reilly and Jonah Hill star in this comedy about John – a divorced man still pining for his ex-wife – whose new relationship with Molly (Marisa Tomei) introduces him to her grumpy 21-year-old son, Cyrus.

Romancing the Stone – 6:55pm, Film4

New Yorker Joan Wilder (Kathleen Turner) braves the South American jungle in search of her kidnapped sister, but falls into the clutches of a villainous general greedy for the treasure map in her possession. Also starring Michael Douglas and Danny DeVito.

Space Cowboys – 10:35pm, ITV1

Clint Eastwood, Tommy Lee Jones and Donald Sutherland star in this space adventure about a former Air Force test pilot, recruited 40 years later to prevent a Soviet satellite from crashing to Earth.

This Is Spinal Tap – 11:00pm, ITV4

Filmed in mock-documentary style, this satire of the rock ‘n’ roll’ industry follows British heavy metal band Spinal Tap as they release their new album ‘Smell the Glove’ and embark on a comeback tour, entertaining their dozens of fans.

Analyze This – 11:55pm, ITV2

Comedy about a stressed mobster who visits a psychiatrist about the anxiety attacks that have left him incapable of killing. Starring Billy Crystal, Robert De Niro and Lisa Kudrow.

Goodbye Charlie Bright – 12:15am, BBC1

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Comedy drama starring Paul Nicholls about lifelong friends Charlie and Justin who, after an adolescence of petty crime, embark upon a future of contrasting aspirations.