It seems like Breaking Bad meets Bourne in the latest Nicolas Cage thriller, Dying of the Light, as Cage’s legendary CIA agent gets a dementia diagnosis and decides to use the little time he has left to hunt down an old nemesis.
Denzel Washington is back in bad ass mode with a reboot of the 80’s action show, The Equalizer, but is it able to meet the high bar set by previous Denzel action movies?
Liam Neeson returns as former CIA “preventer”, Bryan Mills, who is now on the run after being framed for the murder of his wife, Lenore (Famke Janssen).
Pierce Brosnan makes his welcome return to espionage action in the solid thriller, The November Man, as he takes on his former protege, Luke Bracey, and tries to unravel a conspiracy involving the front runner for the Russian presidency.
August closes out with two movies that seem like they were close to being good but, according to critics, did not escape cliches.
The final hours tick down as Jack, Kate, Chloe and Belecheck have to find Cheng, rescue Audrey and stop World War III.
The stakes are incredibly high as Jack and Kate rush to recover the override device and capture Cheng before a full blown war erupts between the US and China.
President Heller completes his final act as President with Jack’s help while Kate forces Simone to give up a lead to Margot in this week’s tense 24.
Talk show host Dave Skylark (James Franco) is headed to North Korea with his producer (Seth Rogen) to interview Kim Jong-Un but the CIA recruits them to try and kill him in the upcoming action/comedy, The Interview.
Jack and Kate race to get to Simone, who is in critical condition at a local hospital, before Margot realizes what happened and bombs her out of existence with a drone.