Directed by Andy Wachowski and Lana Wachowski, Neo is a young software engineer and part-time hacker who is singled out by some mysterious figures who want to introduce him into the secret of ‘the matrix’. The cops also seem to be after him, and he takes a chance on discovering what he has always suspected: that the world is not quite what it seems to be and a sinister conspiracy is at work. Neo must return to the Matrix and confront the agents: super-powerful computer programs devoted to snuffing out Neo and the entire human rebellion.
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Directed by Michael Bay, Miami narcotics detectives Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett become part of a high-tech task force assigned to stem the flood of designer ecstasy into Miami. They unwittingly uncover a deadly conspiracy involving a ruthless drug lord who is determined to expand his empire and take control of the city’s burgeoning narcotics trade, killing anyone who stands in his way. To make matters worse, Marcus’ beautiful sister Syd, an undercover DEA agent, gets caught in the crossfire, forcing our heroes to the edge of the law. The assignment takes on further complications when romantic sparks start to fly between Mike and Syd, driving her overly protective brother completely around the bend. But Marcus and Mike must overcome their differences to bring down Tapia.
Directed by Luis Valdez, This is the true story Ritchie Valens a young rock & roll singer who tragically died in an aircrash at the age of 17. The film follows Ritchie from his days in Paicoma, California where he in and his family makes a meagre living working at plantations to his rise as a star. The film also focus on Richies friendship and rivalry with his older brother Bob and his relationship with Donna.
The Wachowski brothers’ debut film was this clever thriller and stylishly sexy neo-noir film. It starred Gina Gershon as a butch lesbian and ex-con plumber named Corky who experienced a titillating, Sapphic sexual liaison with a breathy Chicago mobster’s bisexual girlfriend named Violet (Jennifer Tilly), while renovating the next-door apartment – they both plotted to abscond $2 million from Violet’s boyfriend Caesar (Joe Pantoliano) while engaging in steamy girl-on-girl scenes. In a sofa seduction scene with her bulging cleavage showing, black lingerie-wearing Violet asked: “Do I make you nervous, Corky?” and then admitted boldly: “I’m trying to seduce you” as she had Corky touch the tattoo on her breast. She then moistened Corky’s finger with her mouth and placed it tantalizingly between her legs, as she confessed and proved her true feelings. The first mainstream film with two female leads playing lesbians.