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Female action characters tend to be a bit more rare. But, there are always the one’s that stick out--female action characters that to this day we still are talking about, the iconic ones that newer action stars are inspired by.
Now the Wachowskis, themselves, are furthering that argument by assuming that they’ve reached the end of the road when it comes to studios handing them large checks and asking to see their “vision” on screen.
Do you like films with strong female leads? Do you like to watch "the fairer sex" prove that they’re not as fair as society has often portrayed them? Then you’ll get a kick out of this supercut tribute to women in prominent action movie roles…literally.
Not all science fiction movies are great, but some are good enough to win an Oscar. Science fiction films face an uphill battle when it comes to Best Picture nominations.
Science fiction movies can be epic in big or small ways. More often than not, they make you think.
You may think you know how Keanu Reeves landed the gig on The Matrix back in the late 90's, but the man himself might surprise you with how he tells the story. Click through, and see how far the rabbit hole goes.
To pay tribute to the star whose name is Hawaiian for "cool breeze over the mountains," we've come up with five ways to toast the wonder that is Keanu Reeves.
The thing about The Matrix is that there are numerous stories that can be told inside of that original universe. And you don’t even have to bring back original stars like Keanu Reeves or Laurence Fishburne. The Wachowskis could easily explore some of the fringe players in their initial trilogy, finding so many other stories to tell with new, cutting-edge technologies.
From calling the Matrix a computer to mistaking Morpheus’ name with Moshimo, this is good-natured humor from end to end. We’re laughing with her, not at her. In fact, the best parts are when she amuses herself.
And they chose to show off this new technology by relating it to one of the most anti-humanity villains ever to grace cinema screens. Are we supposed to be looking for conspiratorial undertones here, or just enjoying the pop culture references for what they are?
Seth MacFarlane is at a very important crossroads in his career. For a number of years he has been one of the biggest names on the small screen, but last year saw the release of Ted, the comedian's directorial debut that ended up being a success both at the box office and with critics. Where will he go from here? In what direction will the industry pull him?
Some of the more notable names on the list, you might have expected were already in. Given the number of t-shirts sold to hipsters, I’d have assumed Breakfast at Tiffany’s was definitely already locked away for preservation. Dirty Harry seems sort of like a given too.
The Matrix producer will develop the extremely popular Cartoon Network series into a live-action tentpole series and, according to Variety, would like to distribute it through his longtime collaborating studio, Warner Bros. Silver tells the trade that his sons “clued him in” to the story of a young, courageous hero who’s able to assume the role of 10 sci-fi creatures with the help of a powerful wristwatch device called the Omnitrix.
It was hard not to be incredibly disappointed by the sequels to The Matrix. After the Wachowski siblings brought us such an inventive and incredible science fiction creation, both
If you’re not familiar with the amazing martial arts stylings of Yuen Woo-Ping, pop in the Matrix Trilogy DVDs and observe the awesomeness that is Mr. Yuen
It took almost 200 films and 27 years, but on Friday Danny Trejo will hit theaters in his first leading role: Machete. Though the actor has always been known as a total badass
We’ve seen a lot of mash-up videos slapped together using the trailer for Christopher Nolan’s Inception, but none quite as poignant as this. Found This version of the trailer
Welcome to the internet where imagination is reality. One creative YouTuber has taken Scott Pilgrim vs. the World and literally injected it into The Matrix. This isn’t
if you are, alas, indoors like me, you could do worse with your time than check out the profile on Christopher Nolan running in The New York Times. He's talking Inception of course