From groundbreaking narrative masterworks to a clash of cinematic titans and gripping true tales of investigative journalism be sure to catch all the powerhouse drama on your screens as TopFilmTip brings you the best films on TV today: Friday, 22 May.
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Housebound woman overhears murder plot on crossed-line precipitating the original, groundbreaking and exhilarating bottle-narrative Sorry, Wrong Number 11:00am Film4
Sidney Poitier witnesses the dogged, Ahab-esque determination of a submarine captain in pursuit of his enemy in The Bedford Incident 5:05pm Sony Movies Action
Indolent teacher submits to hard, sweaty, man-on-man masochism to save his school band in pugilistic feel good fun Here Comes the Boom 7:00pm Sony Movies
Three friends come of age in one night of car shooting, penis-drawing, girl-chasing, fake ID-ing fun Superbad 9:00pm Comedy Central
Temporal tuning hat enthusiasts try to persuade Matt Damon to avoid Emily Blunt in Monsters Inc-esque sci-fi-romance The Adjustment Bureau 9:00pm Sony Movies
Alcoholic nostalgist reforms formative friends for blue-blooded, blankbot-battering pub crawl in quick-quipping comedy The World's End 9:00pm ITV2
Scenery chewing cop Al Pacino finds strange synergy with restrained opponent Robert De Niro in intense bank robbing face off Heat 9:00pm Film4
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Bristling Bride's burning fury drives seething frenetic vengeance in rock ‘n’ roll limb lopping, anime flashbacking and samurai homage fest Kill Bill: Vol. 1 10:00pm SyFy Universal
Forget beaches, booze and sunshine: today’s travellers prefer putrid, post-communist backwaters for a holiday. Find out why in gore horror Hostel 10:45pm Horror Channel
Oriental mogwai causes chaos when idiotic bank boy breaks three simple rules in Joe Dante's impish, cute-tastic, cult treat Gremlins 11:05pm ITV1
Wily bike courier Joseph Gordon Levitt tears round New York evading crooks and cops in frenetic fixed-frame macguffin hunting fun Premium Rush 11:10pm Sony Movies
Investigative newspaper team unravel and expose the horrendous and harrowing institutional abuse of power within the catholic church in powerhouse drama Spotlight 11:20pm BBC Two
Ensemble cast face the imminent end of the world with idiosyncrasy, stoicism and suicide pacts in curious concept drama Last Night 2:10am Film4