Written by Mr. Mouseburger 10th Jun 2005
Following the demise of Sully (q.v.) the movie-by-numbers plot moves on and Matrix is waiting in the motel room for Cooke. Using Cindy (the film’s bit of fluff) as bait, he lures Cooke into the room where after punching Cooke in the back of the head, a macho Special Forces fight begins.
Matrix starts grappling with Cooke, who has at this point drawn his weapon, and they struggle across the room and crash in to a table. The result of this leaves a rather inviting sharp piece of wood sticking out. The two are still wrestling when they crash through to an adjoining motel room (where a rather astonished courting couple is in bed). Bouncing off the wall the pair release their hold each other.
Cooke reaches for the gun, which had been dropped in the fracas. It appears momentarily that Cooke has the upper hand. Pulling the trigger, Cooke is surprised to find that all of the bullets have been shot.
This marine's goose is Cooke-d
In response to this, Matrix gets his second wind and reels off a series of punches, culminating in a rather nice upper cut, which lifts Cooke off his feet and sends him flying backwards in to the other motel room and onto the "rather inviting sharp piece of wood sticking out".
Action montage of Cooke's demise, although I fail to believe that one uppercut could send such a burly man flying backwards like that....this isn't a Rocky film!