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, […]
Never mind the plot, the delight here is the domesticity. Dr Keel is fixing his doorbell. And he cooks for Steed, although Steed seems to be rather desperate to persuade […]