It’s hard enough to decide which film to watch when you’re on your own but factor in another person (or a family) and it’s a recipe for disaster.
If you’re sick of spending most of the night debating movie choices and eventually being so tired that you go to bed halfway through (just us?), try these suggestions.
Lost In Translation
Two lost souls visiting Tokyo – the neglected wife of a photographer and a washed-up movie star – find solace in each other’s company. Starring Scarlett Johansson and Bill Murray.
Days Of Thunder
Tom Cruise stars as a gifted but unproven stock-car racer whose quick temper and rivalry with another driver threaten to put the brakes on his career.
The Macaulay Culkin classic turned 25 years old this week so we have to watch it again! Accidentally left home alone, a plucky eight-year-old stands ready to defend his territory when a pair of bungling burglars set their sights on his house.
Steve Jobs: The Billion Dollar Hippy
On the eve of the release of Danny Boyle’s big budget biopic starring Michael Fassbender, this doc sees insiders including Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak tell extraordinary stories of the rise, fall and rise again of Apple at the helm of Steve Jobs.
Coming To America
Discontented with his pampered life, an African prince heads to America as a working-class man to find someone who will fall for him, not his riches.
Mona Lisa Smile
In 1953, the women of Wellesley College are measured by how well they marry – until the arrival of a professor who threatens to upend the status quo.