By Lorna Baker
This time, I’m pitting a trio of sci-fi films against each other: The Matrix Trilogy!
When Neo (Keanu Reeves) is woken up from his mundane life, he realises that the world he lived in was a computer generated construct. Along with a band of freedom fighters, including Laurence Fishburne as Morpheus and Carrie-Anne Moss’s Trinity, they battle the machines behind the matrix and a rogue programme called Agent Smith (Hugo Weaving). Let the battle commence!
This feature is where we discuss a topic of film and decide which three movies from that specific topic fit into the categories of ‘acquire, hire or fire’. We will be getting guests to do their versions too. Guests may include readers, fellow writers or even stars of film. Today, it’s our Editor-in-Chief Adam Ray Palmer.
'Acquire' means a film you would buy, 'Hire' means you would rent it and 'Fire' of course means you wouldn’t give it the time of day.
Today’s theme is ‘Ricky Gervais’.
Episode twenty-two of our news feature has arrived. Take a seat on the front row of the Cineroom theatre to receive the latest news that is happening in the world of film.
In this episode we have the first looks at T2 Trainspotting 2, next year’s Beauty and the Beast and Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events. We also explore the last cast member to join the Fantastic Beasts sequel.
Closing the episode will be a long-awaited update on the Dragon Tattoo sequel…