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The Matrix Revolutions

The pros of the (still relatively new) practice of filming sequels back to back are all fairly apparent. After all the Lord Of Rings trilogy and Avengers Infinity War/Endgame both hugely benifited from the same cast and crew surging through a near unbroken production schedule to create massive, sprawling adventures that still manage to stand on their own despite having stories that heavily depend on other movies to start/complete their journey. 1,433 more words


The Matrix Reloaded

There is a school of thought that in a perfect world there would be no need for sequels and regardless how you feel about such cherished follow ups involving Aliens, Terminators and Godfathers, it isn’t a concept that should be dismissed out of hand. 1,211 more words


Red Heat

A Russian officer (Arnold Schwarzenegger) and a Chicago cop (Jim Belushi) team up to bring down a drug kingpin (Ed O’Ross) in 1988’s Red Heat. 263 more words


The Matrix

The year was 1999 and the world was focused on the fact that George Lucas’ Star Wars saga was about to make it’s return to the big screen with The Phantom Menace – a cinematic event that was being treated with more hype than the second coming of Jesus. 1,317 more words


Mission: Impossible III (2006)

A STANDALONE action film only identifiable to its franchise by a main character, A supporting character, and death-defying stunts.

Regan Humphrey

It’s been six years, and now agent Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise), retired as he can be, is connected to the IMF agency only as a trainer for new recruits.

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Contagion (2011)

We’re traveling to Connecticut. Currently 30,000 feet in the air, hurtling forward at 500 mph, encased and protected by a metal cylinder. I don’t have a fear of flying, but thinking about it that way makes my knees weak. 458 more words

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Late Movie Night: Event Horizon (1997)

Spoilers will not let you leave the ship.

We’re back on Late Movie Night with the amazing tonal mess that is this film. There’s no question that this movie so desperately wants to be… 616 more words

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