It’s hard enough to decide 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 what to watch and eventually being so tired that you go to bed halfway through (just us?), try these suggestions.
Good Will Hunting
Matt Damon and the late Robin Williams star in this film about an aimless janitor who is also a math genius and the therapist who helps him to confront the demons that are holding him back.
A Hard Day’s Night
The first Beatles movie chronicles a “typical” day in their lives, filled with frenzied fans, crazy relatives and a soundtrack of familiar songs.
The professional scarers of Monsters Inc sneak into kids’ bedrooms at night to elicit screams that they convert into energy to run their world.
Super Size Me
Director Morgan Spurlock takes a hilarious and often terrifying look at the effects of fast food on the human body, using himself as a guinea pig.
The One I Love
Confronted with the potential end of their marriage, Ethan and Sophie take off for a weekend together, hoping to negotiate their future.
To compensate for her unhappy marriage, young duchess Georgiana Spencer (Keira Knightly) begins a scandalous affair with politician Charles Grey.