Depending on how old you are, you may have grown up sneaking around your house as a kid humming the Mission Impossible theme. Mission Impossible (MI) seems always to be compared with James Bond, which I think is unfair in many respects.

Although both have similarly iconic theme tunes and both contain flawed male secret agents running around trying to save the world, MI has managed to keep thrilling audiences by reinventing itself without losing the actor that plays its main protagonist.

In fact, it’s not controversial to say that most of MI’s success is down to the Hollywood phenomenon that is Tom Cruise.

It’s been 22 years since the first film was released and Cruise has been doing his own stunts since day one. For the new entry, Mission Impossible - Fallout, he even learned to fly a helicopter just for a crazy helicopter stunt.

That’s not to say everything has gone smoothly - filming took a hiatus after Cruise broke his ankle running through the streets of London.

Cruise doing his own stunts certainly adds an extra element of thrill to an already full throttle mega action movie. It is the extra spice that, along with a great cast and a smart script, keeps bringing us back for the next Ethan Hunt mission.

If you want to come and see this film you know what you’re getting - high octane chases, Cruise jumping off places people really shouldn’t jump off, several clever plot twists and that all important theme tune.

The Ilkley Cinema Kids Club on Saturday morning will feature Incredibles 2. It’s taken 14 years to come up with a sequel for Pixar’s mega hit animation The Incredibles.

Incredibles 2 brings everything to the table we loved about the first - funny, poignant and relatable, with plenty in it for the adults.

For those who still haven’t seen it or those who are desperate to see it again, after a sold-out week, Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again is on again.

The plot follows on from the original and focuses on Donna’s pregnant daughter, Sophie, who looks to find out about Donna’s past.

With the Mamma Mia’s star-studded cast reprising their roles, Here We Go Again has been injected with a new youthful group of actors playing the younger selves of the original character. It’s also been injected with more Abba songs, some which may not be recognisable to everyone but which are still more than likely to get your foot tapping.

Whether you’re an Abba fan, a fan of musicals or just scouting locations for your next holiday to Greece, Mamma Mia 2 looks set to excite and entertain audiences all over the world.