AS WE head steadily into the peak of summer we have a line-up of films to entertain you all.

Adrift (12a), based on the book “Ashcraft’s” by Tami Oldham, is the true story of Tami and Richard Sharp who unexpectedly sail directly into one of the most catastrophic hurricanes in recorded history.

In the aftermath of the storm, Tami awakens to find Richard badly injured and their boat in ruins. With no hope of rescue, Tami must now find the strength and determination to save herself and the only man she has ever loved. Will they have the endurance to survive? With this film’s cinema release on June 29 you don’t have long to wait to find out.

Also released on June 29 is Patrick (PG). There’s not much I need to say about this to get some of you excited, apart from its lead is a Pug!

Sarah Francis is a young teacher whose life is a bit of a mess. The last thing she needs is someone else to look after, let alone someone who dribbles, snores and eats from the kitchen bin.

Yet, like it or not, her grandmother leaves Sarah her prized possession, a very spoilt pug named Patrick. This four-legged friend proceeds to cause chaos in all aspects of Sarah’s life: however she is not allowed pets in her flat.

But then something remarkable happens as Patrick, with all his stumpy attitude, begins to turn her life around. This looks like it could be a brilliant comedy – you never know, we may even see the first Academy Award-winning Pug.

Tag (15) is also released on June 29. In this upcoming American comedy film, five highly competitive friends hit the ground running for a no-holds-barred game of tag which takes place one month every year. They risk their necks, their jobs and their relationships to take one another down.

This time, the game coincides with the wedding of the only undefeated player. What should be an easy target soon becomes an all-out war as he knows they’re coming to get him. I remember playing Tag with my friends when I was at school, but this group of friends have clearly taken the game way too seriously.

We have had a few people asking about the live broadcast Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, so we have decided to screen it. Well, that and he has a fantastic name if I do say so myself!

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (12a) will be broadcast live from the Apollo Theatre, London, on July 5 at 7.20pm.

Jamie New is 16 and lives on a council estate in Sheffield. He doesn’t quite fit in and is terrified about the future.

Supported by his brilliant loving mum and surrounded by his friends, Jamie overcomes prejudice, beats the bullies and steps out of the darkness, into the spotlight.