This is a powerful, moving return to form – Doctor Who doing something unusual and impressive. You’re not going to stop me griping about one thing, though. Unnecessary aliens.
There’s no getting around the fact that Doctor Who just took Nibbler and made him into the Villain of the Week.
I’m not a fan of Dennis Spooner’s Gnaws and now I’m not a fan of Chris Chibnall’s remake of it.
I’ve got to admit I had a moment of worry last week when I realise the TARDIS crew were bound for Montgomery, Alabama in 1955. It’s not the kind of […]
So, this is where it all comes together. Having enjoyed the new Doctor and her friends last week, but been less enthusiastic about the actual episode, this week we’re plunged […]
Thirteen. This is the most new Doctor Who has been in thirteen years. New Doctor, new companions. New producer. New directors. New theme arrangement. New composer. Where do I start?
My mission, if I chose to undertake it, was to watch all 5 previous MI films so I could watch this one with @joenicholls, thank to my compulsive completism which […]
As well as a record number of familiar faces (Renner joins Pegg and Rhames in returning) and with exactly the same situation as Ghost Protocol (i.e. the Impossible Monetary Fund gets […]
This opens well – not just with the beautiful aerial shots of Budapest but with a ridiculously enjoyable prison break, with an exasperated Simon Pegg watching Cruise emerge from the […]
I’m not a dedicated Trekkie or Star Wars fan and I hadn’t actually seen anything directed by J J Abrams but, on the strength of Mission: Impossible III I can […]
Tom Cruise is basically playing a different, more watchable Ethan Hunt in this. We get a little insight into what makes him tick in the breathtaking under-the-titles ‘holiday’ sequence. Gone […]
Owing to my obsessive completism I cannot watch the latest Mission Impossible film, which is getting some good reports, without seeing the previous… [looks up IMDB] … five (already?) films, […]