After losing his memory and the one person he trusted and loved, Bourne is back and desperate to uncover the mysteries surrounding his past. However, the people who hold the truth are the same people hunting him down.
Matt Damon returns as Jason Bourne for the third chapter in the Bourne spy series, joining Joan Allen and Julia Stiles.
10. Agent Smith – The Matrix (1999), The Matrix Reloaded (2003), The Matrix Revolutions (2003)
“Mr. Aaaanderson.” Hugo Weaving’s calculated drawl made Smith the most evil computer programme since that shitey little paperclip from Word. Smith adds to the damning cinematic evidence that Artificial Intelligence is capable of nothing but pure, nasty evil. (more…)
Leonidas (Gerard Butler), King of the Spartans takes 300 of his finest soldiers to defend his city and his country from the vast Persian army of Xerxes, who fancies himself as a bit of a God. 300 against thousands might seem a bit unfair, until you realise that the Spartans are harder than… really hard… nails. (more…)
Mother of two Linda (Sandra Bullock) receives word that her husband has died in a car crash. The next morning, she wakes to find him in bed next to her, alive. The following morning he is dead again. As she discovers an opportunity to save him, she must ask herself: does she want to? (more…)
New Line Cinema have bought the movie rights to Gears of War, a videogame for the Xbox 360. It was screenwriter Stuart Beattie’s treatment for a big-screen adaptation that eventually won over game developers Epic. (more…)
The full trailer for “Isn’t Johnny Depp funny?”: Part 3 is finally here. But will the final instalment of the phenomenally successful pirate franchise still rake in the viewers after a somewhat disappointing second outing? Of course it will, don’t be a fool. Expect ridiculous amounts of money to be made and box offices to be plundered and pillaged.