Edie is a surprising film. It sets out in a quietly unassuming way and then develops into something moving and powerful. It tells the story of a widow in her early eighties, Edie (Sheila Hancock), who did not marry well. She quietly mourns; not her husband, who had been unkind and had stifled her, but her dreams. One day, clearing her attic, she finds the remnants of an old, unrealised wish. Old hiking gear, and a postcard.

You’re on a barrel roll, on a wild plane ride with a pilot playing fast and loose.  American Made is that plane ride, and Tom Cruise is the pilot.  That engaging and somewhat reckless Tom Cruise we  know from his early film, Risky Business – wide-eyed grin, ever so slightly amoral, and irrepressibly charming.  He’s back.