Before you start saying 'Wait, there was something good in Revolutions?', look! Giant, wonderful mech toys! Forget about literally everything else in the movie.
It never fails: You're 30 pages from the end of a book, or 15 minutes from the end of a movie, and you start to wonder, "How are they going to wrap all this up in the time remaining?" And then... they don't. Which book or movie ends on the most frustrating cliffhanger?
We all know that trailers and posters aren't strictly truthful. They're designed to get people to see the movie, not provide an accurate representation of what you'll see when you do. But some go a little further than just gentle manipulation. Here are 10 movies whose taglines were just a straight-up lie, and what…
Here's a Lego diorama of one of the best scenes of Matrix Revolutions: Zion's last stand against the Matrix, humans in their mechas against merciless Sentinels. The close-up of the human resistance mecha begs for an official Lego version.
The greatest science fiction heroes live on the edge, skimming the jagged maw of death every day. "Scifi hero" is a high-risk profession, so you shouldn't expect your idols to live forever. But at the very least, you can hope your hero gets a good death - a hero's death - instead of going out like a punk. So it's too…