As the final part of my dive into the world of ‘The Matrix’, I take a look at this disappointing tie-in game.
Taking place right after ‘The Final Flight of the Osiris’ and before ‘The Matrix Reloaded’, this game promised to bridge the gaps. And what you get lore-wise is really great. It’s just a shame that you have to play this deeply flawed game to experience it.
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Being fans of comic books and graphic novels, it makes sense that another part of The Wachowski’s vision for their shared universe would be these two collected volumes – originally published on the official Matrix site.
Each story is by a different established artist or writer. So, like ‘The Animatrix’, the quality is all over the place. But they present enough interesting ideas to make them both well worth a read.
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The journey down the rabbit hole continues as we take a look at ‘The Animatrix’.
Released between the first and second films, this anime anthology film offers a series of alternative takes on ‘The Matrix’ universe – some being vital to the wider understanding of the universe, others less so.
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The Matrix is 20 years old this year. Two decades later it’s influence can still be felt. It was a huge cultural moment that spawned sequels and spinoffs.
We’re going to look at a few of them here. Today we’ll take a look at the main trilogy of films – a beloved classic and two divisive sequels.
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Game Reveals? Awkward and forced enthusiasm? Todd Howard?
It must be E3 2019!
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So far so good; 2017 is shaping up to be pretty fantastic year for cinema. Sure there’s been some duds but there’s also been some sure-to-be future classics too.
Perhaps most surprisingly though is the fact that a lot of these aren’t coming from the usual avant-garde places, but rather from big bad Hollywood.
Read on, tell me if you agree with my picks, and let me know what your favourite films of 2017 have been!
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Keanu Reeves returns as everyone’s favourite puppy loving assassin John Wick. The first film was a awesome surprise back in 2014, can the second be as good now the surprise has gone?
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It’s no secret that all movies adapting video games are terrible. Literally all of them. There are some that better than others, but if we look at the Rotten Tomatoes scores for them all then there isn’t a single ‘good’ video game movie. Maybe a lot of that is the actresses and actors cast in […]
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Beauty isn’t everything. It’s the only thing. If it wasn’t for a few controversial scenes, I’d argue that The Neon Demon is almost Refn’s most accessible film. Unlike Drive and Only God Forgives there is a lot of dialogue, and less scenes of (the often parodied) staring. It begins simply, a girl wants to make […]
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Title – Constantine Released – 2005 Director – Francis Lawrence Starring – Keanu Reeves, Rachel Weisz, Shia LaBeouf Review – Constantine is an underrated supernatural film staring the incomparable Keanu Reeves. Reeves brings his own unique acting style to the film, and along with other great actors like Peter Stormare Constantine becomes something really special. Sure, it isn’t faithful to its comic […]
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