Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation Review (2015)

PG-13 (action and violence, and brief partial nudity) The Mission Impossible Franchise is the little engine that could. Who knew that it would be still be going strong after four films in the series? The latest addition, Rogue Nation, takes place directly after the events of Ghost Protocol. It finds the Impossible Mission Force (IMF)…

Edge of Tomorrow Review (2014)

Suave, cool, courageous. These are all words normally associated with Tom Cruise’s characters. Imagine my surprise when William Cage, Cruise’s latest role, turns out to be nothing more than a coward, scared at the sight of blood and more concerned with saving his own skin that the welfare of others. It makes a refreshing change,…

Oblivion Review (2013)

A barren wasteland. A lonely tech following a daily routine. Futuristic drones. On the face of it, I wouldn’t blame you for mistaking Oblivion for a grown-up version of Wall-E. And like that Pixar classic, Oblivion is also a visually sumptuous feast for the eyes, with slick, production values and a seamless mix of CGI…