Friday night is film night, so grab some popcorn, crack open a cold one and sit back and enjoy tear-jerking dramas, laugh out loud comedies and emotive tales as TopFilmTip brings you the best films on TV for Friday, 12 June.
Some films may require a Sky subscription.
New on streaming
Four fractured veterans return to Vietnam seeking fortune and closure in Spike Lee’s racially-charged, swashbuckling romp Da 5 Bloods - Netflix
Judd Apatow delivers another loveable stoner battling grief and growing pains in the shape of Pete Davidson’s semi-autobiographical The King of Staten Island - VOD (£)
Irish child genius discovers hidden world of fairies, gold, and mud-gobbling dwarves in Kenneth Branagh’s YA adaptation Artemis Fowl - Disney+
Dozens of characters portray the brave men who helped secure allied victory in five interweaving tales of D-Day The Longest Day 3:20pm Film4
WW2's American soldiers learn of the dehumanising fruits war delivers from both ends of the gun in character-led marvel The Victors 4:10pm Sony Movies Action
Bullied boy and outcast girl find amity as they dream up an imaginary world in bittersweet tear-jerking wonder Bridge to Terabithia 4:35pm Sony Movies
Truly awful father and his precocious son bond and battle over pugilistic robot in bull-boxing mecha-melee feel good fun Real Steel 6:30pm Sony Movies
Estranged fire fighting brothers, living in their dad’s shadow track down an arsonist in spectacular flaming action film Backdraft 9:00pm Sky Living
Failed baker's inadequacies ruin best-friendship in designer dress soiling, puppy stealing, cop sexing lol comedy Bridesmaids 9:00pm ITV2
Unwed, pregnant and alone; French woman’s refusal to abort prompts unexpected support of fellow boarding house misfits. Bitter-sweet character study The L-Shaped Room 10:00pm Talking Pictures TV
Caught amid chaotic coup, economic immigrant struggles to get family to safety in child-flinging, nerve-shredding thriller No Escape 11:05pm Film4