LOVE a good action-packed summer blockbuster? If so, you’ve probably been eagerly awaiting the new Transformers film.

The third instalment, Dark Side of the Moon, is the first of the series to be screened in 3D and IMAX 3D.

Megan Fox may have escaped those robots in disguise, but the Transformers franchise keeps on running like a well-oiled machine.

This time leggy English model-turned actress, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, is keeping Shia LaBeouf company and making her big-screen debut at the same time.

The plot begins in 1961 when a Cybertronian spacecraft crash-lands on the Moon. The Apollo 11 crew retrieves an Autobot artefact and returns it to Earth, but fast-forward more than 40 years later and the device sparks a war with the Deceptions and wreck havoc on the Chicago skyline.

A recession-themed comedy? We may not be laughing very much while we live through it, but it’s good to know Hollywood can use it to their advantage!

Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts team up once again (they starred together in Charlie Wilson’s War) in Larry Crowne.

Larry Crowne (Hanks) loses his job as a team leader at a superstore and goes back to college, where he meets and falls for unhappily married teacher Mercedes Tainot (Roberts), as he refuses to let life’s knocks grind him down.