WarioWare Gold (3DS) By: Nintendo THE 3DS has been has been handsomely bulging pockets for over seven years but with the Switch taking over Nintendo’s handheld mantle, WarioWare is one of the final reasons to blow the dust off the company’s venerable five-incher.
WRITER-director Stephen Susco's belated sequel to the 2014 horror thriller Unfriended retains the neat stylistic conceit of piecing together a fractured narrative in windows that appear on a central character's laptop screen.
ADAPTED from the first instalment of a trilogy of young-adult novels penned by Alexandra Bracken, The Darkest Minds conjures dystopian nightmares that will be achingly familiar to fans of The Hunger Games and Divergent series.
THE long-running animated TV series Teen Titans Go!, a tongue-in-cheek spin-off from the DC Comics universe, makes its big-screen debut with a grin-inducing flourish thanks to co-directors Peter Rida Michail and Aaron Horvath.
IN 1996, when a fresh-faced, 30-something Tom Cruise accepted his mission to revamp the classic 1960s TV series, it's unlikely he envisioned that he would still be breaking sweat as gung-ho IMF agent Ethan Hunt more than two decades later.
TOWARDS the gently effervescent conclusion of director Genndy Tartakovsky's computer-animated sequel, a DJ attempts to break the evil spell that has enslaved a kraken by blasting out Bobby McFerrin's upbeat anthem Don't Worry, Be Happy.