Easter 2013: best films on TV today, Good Friday 29 March

Iron Giant, Suspicion, Happy Feet, Ratatouille, No Country for Old Men and Winter's Bone

Iron Giant – 7.10am, C4

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Hogarth dreams of alien invasions, which is why he’s excited when a giant robot falls in his backyard – although the government is a little less enthusiastic… This animated sci-fi adventure features the voices of Vin Diesel, Jennifer Aniston and Harry Connick Jr. 

Suspicion – 9.55am, BBC2

This Oscar-winning psychological thriller from Alfred Hitchcock stars Joan Fontaine as Lina who marries sociable, handsome Johnnie Aysgarth (Cary Grant). But her happiness becomes tainted with fear when she realises her charming husband isn’t all that he seems…

Happy Feet – 2.15pm, CBBC

This animated musical follows emperor penguin Mumble (voice of Elijah Wood) as he goes on an adventure to prove to his colony that his tap-dancing feet didn’t cause the fish famine they’re suffering.

Ratatouille – 4.55pm, BBC1

The Pixar-animated story of a young country rat who moves to Paris in the hopes of becoming the best chef in the city. But his dreams are hampered by his banishment from the Parisian kitchens, leading him to take control of a hopeless cook in order to obtain his glory. 

No Country for Old Men – 10.00pm, More4

Sheriff Ed Tom Bell (Tommy Lee Jones) and sociopathic hitman Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin) pursue cowboy Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem) across Texas after he makes off with $2 million dollars from a failed drug deal.

Winter’s Bone – 10.45pm, BBC2 

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Jennifer Lawrence plays seventeen-year-old Ree Dolly who lives in the rural backwater of the Ozarks and has to care for her siblings and mentally-ill mother. But when she finds out her drug-dealing father has skipped bail after putting their house up as collateral, she’s forced to go on a dangerous journey to locate him.