Set twenty years after the original, it’s revealed that the events of The Matrix were a videogame created by Thomas Anderson, played once again by Keanu Reeves. Mr. Anderson, unable to decipher truth from reality, regularly visits a therapist played by Neil Patrick Harris who prescribes him blue pills to keep his visions at bay. Anderson’s business partner and boss Smith, played by Jonathan Groff, informs Anderson that Warner Brothers has assigned them to create a Matrix 4, and that they would carry through with its production regardless of Anderson’s involvement.
https://youtu.be/HhIqKHlq__o Written & Narrated by Jason Godbey This is our Top 10 list of documentaries about movies for people who love movies and want to know more about them. This is an excellent list for filmmakers and film fans. Some of these films can be found on YouTube and other streaming video channels. What are … Continue reading Top 10 Documentaries About Movies
The camera swoops romantically over the towers of lower Manhattan, moving up from the Battery to the brownstone neighborhoods of Hell’s Kitchen while a whistle rings out and another whistle answers. It’s the unmistakable beginning to one of the most revered and beloved musicals of all time, West Side Story (1961), which was filmed in the condemned neighborhood that was subsequently demolished to make room for Lincoln Center.
Who would’ve thought the best video game adaptation would be an animated feature? Ethan Spaulding’s Mortal Kombat Legends: Battle of the Realms, the sequel to Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge has the heroes of Earthrealm once again fighting against the forces of evil. The evil Shao Khan invades Earthrealm and declares another Mortal Kombat tournament.
https://youtu.be/S1iTf83tvOc Hosted by Jason Godbey On this episode we bring you a recap of some of the film festivals of 2021 and a preview of festivals coming up in early 2022 including: Katra Film Series, Bowery Film Festival, Bushwick Film Festival, NYC Web Fest, Soho International Film Festival, South by Southwest, and Sundance Film Festival. … Continue reading Episode 1015: Film Festival Update 2021-2022
It may be the most wonderful time of the year, but it’s also the busiest, with shopping, parties, shopping, family get-togethers, shopping, decorating, and did I mention shopping? Not to mention the glut of year-end movies as the Oscar race intensifies.
https://youtu.be/IKs-lfoAYeE On this episode No Rest for the Weekend takes you to the opening night of Female Voices Rock 2021. Host Jason Godbey along with co-hosts Kayla Vera and Alya Vilf interview the creators and stars of the festival. Follow us here for more film festival coverage and updates. Subscribe to our YouTube channel or … Continue reading Episode 1014: Female Voices Rock 2021
Can a disgraced fighter get a second chance at redemption? That’s the central question of Halle Berry’s directorial debut, Bruised.
https://youtu.be/SM5Am4bCm6Q On this episode Jason Godbey and Maribeth Thueson review The Last Duel starring Adam Driver, Matt Damon, and Jodie Comer along with Free Guy starring Ryan Reynolds and Screwball a documentary about the baseball's performance enhancing drug scandal. Follow us here for more movie reviews and subscribe to our YouTube channel or your favorite podcast … Continue reading Episode 1013: The Last Duel, Free Guy, and Screwball
https://youtu.be/NRdockgWF-8 Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director of Behind the Rabbit Productions [December 2nd, New York City] Female Voices Rock was back in a theater for the first time since 2019. In 2020, the festival was exclusively online due to the Covid 19 pandemic. The festival is running this weekend as a hybrid event offering … Continue reading Female Voices Rock-Back in the Theater for 2021