MATRIX RESURRECTIONS – Review by Diane Carson

Sometimes the wise decision is to let a film, groundbreaking for its time, linger fondly in our memories rather than to revisit the concept a fourth time. I’m sorry to say that’s the problem with Matrix Resurrections, the fourth installment in the Matrix world. In its original 1999 introduction, conflicts and connections felt fresh, clever, and exciting. Here, eighteen years after The Matrix Revolutions, the innovative jolt has diminished considerably.

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JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 3 – PARABELLUM — Review by Sarah Knight Adamson

Halle Berry’s Feisty Sofia Enhances Chapter 3. The opening scene of Chapter 3 in New York City’s iconic Public library is pure fantasy and entertainment, as not only does Super Assassin John Wick kill a perpetrator with a book, he respectably takes the time to place the book exactly back in its rightful place on the bookshelf. By setting the tone early, we reconcile into a fictional world, this by no means diminishes the violence, although it’s easier to shrug off as non-realistic.

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