I believe you are correct. I don’t think Neo is ever in leather. Trinity wears leather the most, Morpheus and other members of the team do it occasionally.
Actually the usage of wire work and wire stunts has increased along with the evolution of cgi.
At this stage, my expectations of the Wachowski’s are moderate: cool looking people doing Kung Fu, glimmers of visual genius as in Speed Racer or Sens8 and earnest metaphysics.
Reddick’s role in Horizon Zero Dawn is almost an audition for Wesker, the characters are similar amoral, intellectual, power hungry manipulators.
Fred and Daphne were boring and overdressed. What the hell was that thing around Fred’s neck supposed to be, an ascot or a Boy Scout scarf? Velma wore comfortable sweaters, knew shit and was comfortable hanging around the team stoner.
The Black Cauldron creates invincible undead warriors just like the Red Room creates Black Widows that are dead inside, young Natasha is an orphan protected by a big, lovable goofball that initially seems intimidating — I can see it!
No disrespect intended, this was a fun article, but its almost a natural law at this point that clickbait headlines promising something will “surprise” the reader practically rarely do. Thelma and Louise, war and militia movies make a lot of sense as influences for a Black Widow movie. If one replaces Johansson and… Read more
Yes, I have been having this problem for almost a week. I can’t tell if its simply lack of maintenance or something more nefarious, but I haven’t noticed any posts from GMG acknowledging it.
I think its suspicious that we haven’t seen what happens when the TVA uses a device to reset the timeline, but that also means you could be right. But I don’t think we would have seen an officer treating the kid roughly, or zapping that variant (painfully) out of existence for not having a ticket if the wanted us to… Read more
I think your points about the Paul brother’s boxing grifts taking advantage of deficits in modern combat sports, Nathan, but its also stealing from sports entertainment — WWE and the like — and supplanting that model. Pro wrestling used to be the home of outlandish, heightened characters like Jake and Logan and… Read more
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