A Non-Matrix related post
I've seen TPWIW - very very funny. Was put off at the start, and teh falling off the wall bit is done too many times to really be funny, but by the second half I was belly-laughing like a right one. Who was your guest star? I had Miranda Richardson (cor blimey were that actually true - I've come over all unnecessary).
How can you speak of light entertainers without mentioning Emery and Everett, anyway?
RIGHT, so down to business - Mobil Station is a link between teh machine world and teh MAtrix, not between our world, surely, for crying out loud.
AND this was in a review on Ain't It Cool - whcih I thought was funny, so i'm gonna share it:
"My nitpicks of REVOLUTIONS are so small and petty that I'll only bring up one or two... The first in particular is such a surface nuisance that it doesn't even bring down the scene it is in. This is in the real world, during the confrontation between BANE and NEO. It's a very nicely constructed scene, but Jesus god... Here's how the dialogue goes...
Neo: "Who are you?"
Bane (in a note-perfect Agent Smith voice): "Don't you know, Mr. Anderson?"
Neo: "Tell me who you are?"
BANE: "Mr. Anderson, I think you do know who I am..."
Neo: "No, I don't."
Bane: "Don't you recognize my voice? The Mr. Anderson part?"
Bane: "Black suit? Sunglasses?
Bane: Receding hairline? 'Mr. Anderson.' Any of this ringing a bell?"