VIDEOS: In Irish cinemas July 31

It's all about Tom Cruise in cinemas this week as Mission Impossible storms into screens around the country - its going to be big!

Another week, another blockbuster and this time its the turn of Tom Cruise at the box office. He's back with Mission Impossible Rogue Nation, the much anticipated sequel to Ghost Protocol.

That last movie became the biggest film of Cruise's storied career with nearly $700 million worldwide so all eyes will be on the performance of this new entry.

Some smaller films are giving you options in cinemas, including comedy with Hot Pursuit and some documentary goodness.

Mission Impossible Rogue NationTom Cruise is back with the biggest francise of his career, one which he's been producing personally since 1996, The latest entry sees Agent Ethan Hunt on the run when the IMF is shot down and features his most insane stunt yet- hanging onto the side of the plane.

But keep your eyes on co-star Rebecca Ferguson, she pretty much steals the show. She's going to be huge.

Hot Pursuit Sofia Vergara is the criminal, Reece Witherspoon is the cop in this flick about what happens when they're forced to head across country to inform on a drug boss. It's Midnight Express and 48 Hours with some very funny ladies, from the director of The Guilt Trip.

Iris Albert Maysles was an acclaimed American documentarian who worked on a number of influential films with his brother David including Gimme Shelter and Grey Gardens before passing away in March 2015. Iris is his last documentary, completed at the age of 87, and focussed on New York fashion icon Iris Apfel.

Beyond the Reach Here's a weird one - Michael Douglas plays a super-rich game hunter who goes into the desert with his young tour guide. When things get fraught, it becomes a cat and mouse game between the older man with the high powered rifle and the younger, who has just become the most dangerous game.

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