There's that moment, in every movie you love, right before the big honking action scene, when the hero puts his team together. And, if he's a lone wolf—as so many heroes are—that team is made up of a ludicrous amount of guns. This stellar supercut is all about the build up and all about the weapons and all about the awesome.
While John Williams does a helluva job in the orchestra pit, nothing gets our blood pumping during that intense space battle, zombie-killing spree or alien encounter like our favorite ass-kicking tunes straight from the juke box.
Although The Matrix was a game-changing instant sci-fi classic when it came out in 1999, its two sequels—2003's The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions—failed to inspire fans in the same way. And one of the directors thinks she knows why.