Tom Cruise reprises his role as Lee Child’s enigmatic hero in a sequel that fails to hit the ground running.
The UK’s most cordial muckraker heads over to the US to look into the Church of Scientology.
Mark Rylance is the latest in a list of key collaborators who bring out the best in The Beard.
Steven Spielberg’s alien invasion epic offers a boldly personal take on a contemporary global crisis.
This tricksy, time-looping caper acts as a telling metaphor for the repeated resurgence of its leading man, Tom Cruise.
Twelve writers pin their colours to the tentpole in our survey of the best summer movies of the modern era.
Twenty years ago Brian De Palma and Tom Cruise ushered in a new blockbuster era.
A first-time flyer attempts to glean the plot of this cherished Tom Cruise vehicle from 30 years of pop culture collateral.
It’s all down to an incredible antagonist as played by the late Philip Seymour Hoffman.
A weedy Crusier is dropped into a time-switching sci-fi set-up, with undeniably interesting results.
Not even Werner Herzog can’t save this slick but mediocre Tom Cruise vehicle.
Twenty minutes of Dubai-based blockbuster gold aside, Ghost Protocol is kind of flat, inert and not all that exciting.
While you hardly expect a summer blockbuster to be massively original this film is so derivative it’s almost ridiculous.