THE MATRIX (1999)
A brawl between Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne) and Agent Smith (Hugo Weaving) culminates in the men’s room of an old hotel, resulting in broken tile, pipes, and drywall — and a shattered toilet. How is it shattered? Why, Agent Smith punches Morpheus so hard that he falls face first into the commode and cracks it apart with his jaw, of course. If only the studio heads had threatened to do that to the Wachowski
brothers siblings after the pair turned in their near-nonsensical scripts for the follow-up movies, The Matrix might have turned out to be one of the best trilogies ever.