This is Talking in the Theater, where two random people with no authority review movies (that they've probably only seen once) and have no weight behind their words. Maybe you'll learn something. Probably not though.
The Matrix Trilogy
In this episode, we return to the virtual world created by the Wachowskis, and talk about the 2nd and 3rd movies in the Matrix trilogy. We find them severely lacking in spoons, among other things.
In another episode of "Let's watch a kids movie Morgan liked when he was a kid", we take a look at Bedtime Stories. In this film, Adam Sandler has a niece and nephew(collectively "nibling") who are accidentally wizards, and Sandler is purposely a hotel handyman. Supposedly, hilarity ensues. It is a Sandler movie though, so, does it?
In this episode, we talk about green ASCII characters falling from the sky. Of course, I'm referring to the Matrix, one of the most famous films of all time. Ironically, it also includes difficulties related to recording a zoom call. Some of it is going to sound a bit weird. Sorry.
Oh, also Keanu Reeves. The internet really likes him. Do we win? Do we get points?
We aren't thieves, but thankfully in this movie, Nicholas Cage steals the Declaration of Independence for us. I think that's really the takeaway from this one: make Nicholas Cage steal historical objects for you.
This is a movie that Morgan loved. Did he manage to hit the mark and convert Andrew, or did his love get blown to bits? Find out on this episode of Talking in the Theater.
Come on those were two... passable puns right there. It's great.