Film Highlights Sunday
No Country for Old Men (2007)
Channel 4, 11.15pm
The Coen brothers' gripping adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's novel stars the excellent Josh Brolin as Llewelyn Moss, a Texas Vietnam War veteran who's out hunting one day when he finds $2million in the middle of the desert.
As he also finds abandoned jeeps and several corpses at the scene, he realises it's a drug bust gone wrong, but thinks it's his lucky day and decides to take the money anyway.
It's the worst decision of his life, as the drug lords hire a remorseless psychopath who chases him into Mexico.
Javier Bardem (above) won a best supporting Oscar for playing the killer, and Tommy Lee Jones is a world-weary sheriff in this disturbing and visually spectacular film.
With Kelly Macdonald, Woody Harrelson, Garret Dillahunt and Stephen Root.
RTE Two, 12.50pm
Ancient Rome is given the William Wyler treatment in this sometimes risible but always entertaining epic starring Charlton Heston as Judah Ben-Hur, a Jewish nobleman who enters a life of slavery after being falsely accused of a crime only to rise again when he saves the life of a Roman general.
Channel 4, 2.35pm
In this action thriller based on the novels of Anthony Horowitz, a 14-year-old schoolboy called Alex Rider is devastated when his uncle and guardian dies in an apparent car crash. But he was really a spy, and soon Alex must continue what his uncle started. Ewan McGregor and Alex Pettyfer star.
The Three Musketeers (2011)
Channel 4, 9.00pm
Paul WS Anderson's flashy but charmless version of Alexandre Dumas' classic tale stars Logan Lerman as D'Artagnan, a talented young country swordsman who goes to Paris and joins forces with the once famous but now discredited royal guardsmen the Three Musketeers. With Luke Evans.
Law Abiding Citizen (2009)
In this trashy, violent and totally implausible thriller, Gerard Butler plays Clyde Shelton, a once law-abiding man who sets out to prove that the law's an ass when the man who murdered his wife and child gets off on a technicality. Jamie Foxx plays a state prosecutor who tries to catch him.
Outrageous Fortune (1987)
Apparently Shelley Long and Bette Midler battled hard over top billing in this 80s comedy from Arthur Hiller, but they needn't have bothered. They play a pair of actresses who discover they are dating the same cad, who's also a KGB agent, and proceed to pursue him across America.