No one argues that The Matrix films don’t feature a lot of creative, mind-blowing action sequences. But what is open for discussion is which of the film’s various action sequences is the best. Join us as we make our argument for the ten best action scenes in The Matrix trilogy.
Wonder Woman will be released in about six weeks from now. Warner Bros., DC and comic fans are hoping that this film will be the one that finally sets the DCEU on the right course. According to director Patty Jenkins, this movie won’t be like any other comic book adaptation we’ve ever seen, because the action scenes will be done in a special way.
The year 2015 is upon us and it’s safe to say that we haven’t lived up to all the expectations filmmakers had for us. Some of their negative predictions might be reflective of what’s come to pass while other less pessimistic ones haven’t quite transpired. I’ll let you be the judge of whether or not the good outweighs the bad when it comes to where humanity sits in the grand scheme of things after watching a few or all of the movies I’ve listed which take place in the year 2015.
I’ve been interested in Director Adam Wingard’s work since reading about his award-winning 2010 film A Horrible Way to Die. My next run-in with him was posting articles about another critically praised entry in his filmography entitled You’re Next. When Lionsgate sent me a copy of that movie to review, I immediately devoured it and was floored by the great twists and turns I experienced along the way.
Actor Dan Stevens is busy these days making a name for himself in the world of movies and television. In his ten years onscreen, he's already made an impact on audiences all across the world through commanding performances in British favorites like Downton Abbey, Sense and Sensibility, and The Turn of the Screw. He's also proved to be a force to reckon with in several genre projects such as Frankenstein, Dracula, Vamps, and The Tomorrow People. Stevens will soon be seen in the upcoming Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb.
The blend of CGI and live action is a common thing in today’s films, but that wasn’t always the case. The bullet train chase sequence in Mission: Impossible is one of the earliest sequences to use computer enhancement, and interestingly, is still one of the best. Join us as we explain why.