Is there really any other way to spend St. Stephen\'s Day?

Is there really any other way to spend St. Stephen's Day?

Selection boxes at the ready! 

And just like that, it's all over for another year. Christmas day has come and gone and this year has been a glorious one and the celebrations don't finish just yet. Controversial but we reckon St. Stephen's Day is actually miles better than Christmas day. Think about it, you're no longer stressed, you can stay in your pyjamas all day, you get to basque in all the fantastic gifts you received and you get to eat turkey and ham sandwiches for breakfast! 

The day after Christmas is when we get to unwind and relax and what better way to do that than with a glass of wine, a selection box and the TV remote. Here's everything that's worth watching on telly tonight. 

Bridesmaids, ITV2 @ 9 am

The perfect cure for your Christmas hangover. Bridesmaids is a film where the competition between the maid of honour and a bridesmaid, over who is the bride's best friend, threatens to upend the life of an out-of-work pastry chef.

Cinderella, RTÉ One @ 3.55 pm

The first of the classic Disney film remakes, a young girl named Ella finds herself at the mercy of her cruel stepmother and her scheming stepsisters. Never one to give up hope, Ella's fortunes begin to change after meeting a dashing stranger.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, RTÉ Two @ 3.25 pm

Would it be a Christmas break if we didn't watch Harry Potter at least once? It's Harry's third year at Hogwarts. Not only does he have a new teacher, but there is also trouble brewing as convicted murderer Sirius Black has escaped the Wizards' Prison and is coming after Harry.

Harry Potter and the Goblet Fire, RTÉ Two @ 5.50 pm

Did someone say Harry Potter marathon? Harry finds himself competing in a hazardous tournament between rival schools of magic, but he is distracted by recurring nightmares.

Mrs. Doubtfire, Channel 4 @ 5.45 pm

The movie of our childhood. Robin Williams plays a recently divorced actor who disguises himself as a female housekeeper to spend time with his children held in custody by his ex-wife.

Never Been Kissed, E4 @ 11.55 am

Drew Barrymore circa 1999, we're beyond in. Copy editor Josie Gellar, who is desperate for her journalism career to take off gets her chance to climb to the top as she is met with the assignment of going undercover as a high-school student.

Saving Mr. Banks, BBC Two @ 2.30 pm

A must for any Disney fan, just have the tissues at the ready. Author P.L. Travers reflects on her childhood after reluctantly meeting with Walt Disney, who seeks to adapt her Mary Poppins books for the big screen.

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, More 4 @ 8 pm

This is the perfect film to watch with your parents. British retirees travel to India to take up residence in what they believe is a newly restored hotel. Less luxurious than advertised, the Marigold Hotel nevertheless slowly begins to charm in unexpected ways

The BFG, BBC One @ 5.40 pm

Remember how this was your favourite book when you were a kid? Well, it's about to become your favourite film. Directed by Steven Spielberg, the film sees an orphan little girl befriend a benevolent giant. Together, they attempt to stop the man-eating giants that are invading the human world. 

The Commitments, Virgin Media One @ 9 pm

Quite possibly the greatest Irish film ever made. Jimmy Rabbitte, bored with bands in Ireland, assembles a soul band in the tradition made up of a group of young white musicians from working class Dublin. 

The Magnificent Seven, RTÉ One @ 9.50 pm

One to keep the men in your life happy. The Magnificent Seven is set in the old west and sees seven gunmen come together in order to help a poor village fight against savage thieves.

Trolls, BBC1 @ 3.50 pm

Can't Stop The Feeling was hands down the song of summer 2016 and it's still a bop now. Trolls follows Poppy, the happiest troll ever born, as she sets on a journey to rescue her friends who have been trapped the evil Bergens.

Zootropolis, RTÉ One @ 6.25 pm

In a city of anthropomorphic animals, a rookie bunny cop and a cynical con artist fox must work together to uncover a conspiracy. So whether you've kids to keep entertained or you're just a massive kid at heart, Zootropolis is a must. 

That TV license comes in handy, eh?

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