I have been eagerly awaiting the release of the latest Tony Barks film and finally on the 18th of April I got to sit down with my dog (also called Tony Barks) and watch this film (note my fiance's absence). First of all I have to say thank you to all of our first responders fighting the good fight on the streets so that films like Tony Barks can be made, thank you. Secondly I have to tip my hat to Jon Lovitz for bringing Tony to life in a way that only he could, tonight I'll sip on a cream soda and think about you Jon. Now back to the film, we open with Tony doing his thing and Wow! let me tell you this is a non stop action thriller that doesn't let up, the only downside is that the villain made me physically vomit up my Sunny D into a pencil case, every time he was on screen in fact i ended up wretching until there was no more Sunny D to come up. This does not feel like an 85 minute film it went by so fast, I remember thinking as the end credits began 'it feels as though 80 minutes has passed and not 1 (or 5) minutes longer'. Having been a fan of the Tony Barks films since they started I hope they carry on this great franchise, I'd love to see a spin-off centered around Auntie B's breakfast machine and it's impact on the global cereal market (perhaps the villain could be some shifty cereal CEO who carries a sharp blade??). I miss my fiance and hope that she be returned safely, but I am fully aware that the first 72 hours are the most vital and I don't think that law enforcement have used this time effectively. I tried to text her 'just watched the new Tony Barks film' but the message could not be delivered, most likely because her captor has removed her SIM card and thrown it in a river. Great film.