Chuck (2011) – Versus the Hack Off, and Versus the Curse

Zachary Levi directs this episode of Chuck, which was written by Craig DiGregorio and Alex Katsnelson. It debuted on 9 December, 2011. Both Casey (Adam Baldwin) and Lester (Vik Sahay) are in prison for their individual crimes, though Lester has the place more wired (literally) than Casey who has to deal with some problems. Meanwhile,…

Chuck (2011) – Versus the Frosted Tips, and Versus the Business Trip

Chuck (Zachary Levi) and Morgan (Joshua Gomez) have some problems in Chuck Versus the Frosted Tips. This episode was written by Phil Klemmer and debuted on 11 November, 2011. The team learns that Morgan has betrayed them and gone to work for Verbanski (Carrie-Anne Moss), who in turn is eager to start something with Casey…

Chuck (2011) – Versus the Zoom, and Versus the Bearded Bandit

Mark Hamill makes a welcome appearance as does Ethan Phillips in the fifth and final season premiere of Chuck. Written by one of series creators Chris Fedak and Nicholas Wootton, it debuted on 28 October, 2011. Chuck (Zachary Levi) and the team, Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski), Casey (Adam Baldwin), and Morgan (Joshua Gomez) – the new…

The Matrix: Revolutions (2003) – Andy and Lana Wachowski

  The Sci-Fi Chronicles brings me the last chapter in the Matrix Trilogy today, and I was eager to see if this one stood up as well as its previous sequel. Of the two of them, I have to say, I like Reloaded better than Revolutions. The Wachowskis write and direct again, and put Keanu…

The Matrix Reloaded (2003) – Andy and Lana Wachowski

  Having previously stepped into The Matrix, I was delighted that the Sci-Fi Chronicles would give me a chance to revisit the two sequels from 2003. Once again written by the Wachowski’s the first sequel, The Matrix Reloaded, was set 6 months after the events of the first film, and Neo (Keanu Reeves) is settling…

The Matrix (1999) – The Wachowski Brothers

  The 101 Sci-Fi Movies brings me a chance to rewatch a film that perfectly combined science fiction and kung-fu action in one big mind-blowing blockbuster. Sure Keanu Reeves still isn’t my favorite actor, and his delivery is as monotone as ever, but he and the entire cast worked their ass off to make this…