Andrew’s mission, which he chooses to accept, is to review Christopher McQuarrie’s Mission Impossible – Fallout.
As with every other entry in this series, Transformers: Age of Extinction adds yet more evidence to the argument that the fun, frenetic action movies of the 90s are no longer within the capabilities of Michael Bay.
While Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit doesn’t solely rely on shoot-outs and car chases for thrills, it does fall back on the Bond- and Bourne-isms too often to leave the movie untarnished.
Thor: The Dark World succeeds in expanding the Marvel universe without losing the humour and fun that made its predecessor such a treat.
While the novelty of a modern retelling of the original Star Trek series has now worn off, Star Trek Into Darkness is still a thrill ride from beginning to end.
My enthusiasm for Iron Man 3 was tempered by the previous entry in the series but Shane Black and Robert Downey Jr. restore my faith in Tony Stark.
Paramount Pictures and Namco Bandai brought the new Star Trek game to London’s Science Museum in an exclusive hands-on event. See what players and Star Trek fans alike thought of what they saw. Be sure to read our preview of the game from the event. http://youtu.be/nuriTKxZwTw