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The Matrix
USA, Australia
Thriller, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
IMDB rating:
Andy Wachowski, Larry Wachowski
Keanu Reeves as Neo (segment "Kid's Story")
Laurence Fishburne as Morpheus
Carrie-Anne Moss as Trinity (segments "Kid's Story" and "A Detective Story")
Hugo Weaving as Bane
Gloria Foster as The Oracle
Joe Pantoliano as Cypher
Marcus Chong as Tank
Matt Doran as Mouse
Belinda McClory as Switch
Paul Goddard as Agent Brown
Robert Taylor as Agent Jones
David Aston as Rhineheart
Storyline: Thomas A. Anderson is a man living two lives. By day he is an average computer programmer and by night a hacker known as Neo. Neo has always questioned his reality, but the truth is far beyond his imagination. Neo finds himself targeted by the police when he is contacted by Morpheus, a legendary computer hacker branded a terrorist by the government. Morpheus awakens Neo to the real world, a ravaged wasteland where most of humanity have been captured by a race of machines that live off of the humans' body heat and electrochemical energy and who imprison their minds within an artificial reality known as the Matrix. As a rebel against the machines, Neo must return to the Matrix and confront the agents: super-powerful computer programs devoted to snuffing out Neo and the entire human rebellion.
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Life in reality
What made The Matrix special was the ground breaking visual effects such as 'Bullet Time' that have been often imitated in other films and video games. The Wachowski's simply knocked it out of the park.

Keanu Reeves is Mr Anderson an ordinary computer programmer by day and secret hacker called Neo at night who is suddenly pursued by government agents led by a sinister Agent Smith (Hugo Weaving) after he is contacted by computer hacker Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne.)

Morpheus believes Neo is the 'One.' Humans lives in a false reality that controls humans and Neo will lead the harvested humans to rebel against the machines creating the false reality.

The film mixes cyberpunk science fiction with Hong Kong style martial arts and elements of Japanese manga type animation as inspiration.

Keanu Reeves is in his element is a world where he does not understand the world around him. He looks cool and does well in the martial arts sequences. I guess revisiting this genre made up for the failure of Johnny Mnemonic.

Laurence Fishburne is even more cooler as Morpheus guiding Neo in this hostile new reality and how to take down the system. Carrie-Ann Moss is kick ass sexy in black leather as Trinity who displays superhuman powers.

The film has philosophical underpinnings as the Wachowski's ask us to thing about the world around us and our existence within it.

The film is cool, it is hip but I felt slightly too long and little bit to po faced. However the Wachowski's did manage to catch lightning in a bottle which they did not manage to do with the sequels.
Sci-Fi done well. Try to watch "The Matrix" before seeing ANY reviews (including this one)
(Correction of a reference I made in my review of April 12,1999)

1. The feel of "The Matrix": This is a movie that envelops you, and is reminiscent of two works: a movie and an excerpt from a novel. The first is the 1-hour made-for-TV-film "The Lathe of Heaven," by Ursula K. Le Guin which was broadcast on Channel 13 / Educational TV back in 1980: after the film, I felt I was a character living in the film. "The Lathe of Heaven" was about a character whose dreams become reality; every time he wakes up, he is in a new future / futuristic setting where everything changes in accordance to his dream.

Kurt Vonnegut (in "Breakfast of Champions") had a small sci-fi concept in one of his books called (approximately) "A message from the creator." In this story, God writes a book to the only person in the world. God tells him that the entire world was created for him, all religions were invented so he could have a choice of religions, and other people were merely robots who had a specific purpose, such as fighting with him. Thus, whatever he does doesn't matter, since no one else is real but him. The character reads this book, and goes insane, thinking that it is true.

Similarly, when you leave "The Matrix," you wonder what is real and what is a simulation. After the movie, my friend walked across the street blindly ignoring cars, perhaps trapped in the illusion that this was not real. It took several minutes for him to escape this fantasy world. It affected me similarly.

2. Personal Reactions: a) Movie was great (tentatively on my list of "top 12 movies" for me). b)I did not like Fishburne's pockmarked face and grimaces. c)Some corniness in the awakening kiss given to Keanu/Neo, that in my mind, could be traced to reality: people in comas do hear and can respond after what appears to be death.

3. Plot Holes: How did the Operator recover from being killed/shot? How did the Oracle know what would happen?

4. Political Correctness: a) Two to four black heroes who could easily have been white; b) a possible lesbian; c)a Latino; d)a short person; e)bad white guys(and no bad ethnic types); f) a middle-aged kindly motherly type, g)even a few kids as potential heroes, with one being a guru.
Astonishing Modern Myth-Making
At its deepest level, The Matrix ponders the question of human alienation, a problem first contemplated by Karl Marx. Although Marx's answer was insufficient, based as it was on an unrealistically sanguine view of human nature, the problem remains just the same: we are all slaves to a machine like system that sucks the very life out of us.

Ezra Pond described our current life in Postindustrial society so well in a few lines of verse: `This thing, that hath a code and not a core, has set acquaintance where might be affection, and nothing now disturbeth its reflections.' A code and not a core: I once had a boss, as I'm sure we all have, who had a code and not a core, a puny man who treated himself, and others, as little machines – nothing more than isolated parts of the larger machine. As if a cruel joke by the almighty, this man's surname happened to be `Lord,' which compelled him to refer to himself in the third person as `The Lord.' He had a code but not a core. In The Matrix, the machine code of cybernetic self-regulated social development is not only non-human, it is anti-human; and people who have lost their souls to conform, who have codes instead of cores, are the norm and not the exception. It's as prophetic as old Elijah himself.

What I love about this film is the solution it presents. The answer is not found in a radical change of human nature, which isn't possible, or in technology, which would be like adding fuel to the fire. Instead, borrowing from Plato's cave metaphor, which says, basically, that the world of matter we perceive with our five senses is an illusion, a mere reflection of a deeper, more permanent, reality, The Matrix also takes Augustine's belief that the road to God runs within (the whole `Zion' motif), and places the divine act of creation the very hands of humans. Rilke thought that we are dreams in the mind of God. According to The Matrix, however, God is a dream in the minds of men. The power of human imagination makes it so. In this scenario, Morpheus, the Greek god of dreams, is the voice in the wilderness who cries `prepare the way of the Lord.'

The Matrix is an astonishing piece of modern myth making. This is what great film is all about. If you haven't seen it in a while, it may be time for another look.
Independence Day all over again
People who enjoy this film and consider it the ultimate in science fiction films haven't (A.) seen enough good films to judge or (B.) really have no interest in a well written screenplay or characters that have depth and emotion. The Matrix is like Independence Day all over again, extravagant special effects but no character development or half way decent writing. I cringed when I heard some of the cliches used throughout the film. And did nobody notice that most of the main characters introduced played no real role in the plot? This movie needed only four people, Neo, Trinity, the agent, and Laurence Fishburne. The other characters were added for either no reason or just terrible comic relief. Won four Oscars (swept every nominated category) for Visual Effects, Sound, Sound effects editing and Editing. A sadly overrated film.
I watched this movie for the first time a couple of years ago, and I absolutely love it. I like how the story builds up to the big climax, and the mystery. It's really thought-provoking, which I really like when it comes to movies. I like to think after I've seen something. It's also really entertaining, because there are a lot of action scenes in it too. Great movie 8/10.
This movie is literally the reason I do what I do. the special effects were so amazing for it to be a 99 film, the fighting was beyond well choreographed and the story!!? don't even get me started, do you know how many times I had to watch this movie!? it took years for me to understand it all.I couldn't thank the director enough for this film this movie inspired me to begin doing things that were extraordinary and that stood out. my passion for parkour, riding Motorcycles, to my martial arts. now I just wanna become an actor and be great, do my own stunts, and not be a nobody. Neo (Keanu Reeves)was my idol, and I hope one day I can be as great as he was in this film!!
Really wonderful
Superb science fiction i enjoyed a lot. and even now I'm really inspired with the technology used and really awesome movie. This film is heavy on special effects and brooding paranoia, light on plot, dialogue, character, and even coherence. THE MATRIX challenges what's real and what's part of an elaborate, fake cyber-reality, so it can be confusing for both the audience and the characters in the movie. But it's certainly an ideal pick for the kind of teen who wishes that video games could come to life. Though it's rated R for violence (some pretty gross, including an icky bug that enters the hero's body through his belly button) and language, most teens 14 and up who are begging to see it should be able to handle it without a problem. Thanks
Great movie but...
I just pretend that this is the only movie in the franchise as the rest were complete trash. Having gotten that out of the way, this movie was groundbreaking for the sci-fi world. It took the genre to another level not previously seen.

The story was fantastic and the cinematography superb. Some VFX blunders exist but nothing one can't overlook.
A daytime computer programmer is recruited by mysterious group of people, because he could be "The One"
The film's story follows Thomas Anderson (Neo), a computer programmer by day and a hacker by night. When another hacker named Trinity contacts him she tells him a number of unbelievable, and seemingly impossible things. When his questions just lead to more questions he agrees to meet a man named Morpheus. Neo is given a choice, learn the truth about what he calls reality or stay blissfully ignorant to the truth. After choosing "truth" he finds the real world as he knows it isn't real at all. It seems that in the early 21st century, there was an all-out war between human beings and advanced machines, resulting in the triumph of artificial intelligence. Freed from the false world "The Matrix", Neo is ready to do battle with the forces that made the world what it has become.
One of me first movie on DVD
Certainly one of the three best Sci-fis know with a perfect script and directing. Breakthrough tricks and revolutionary multi-channel sound. The shooting scene in the hall between the columns is definitely one of those unforgettable. If you want to make neighbors happy, then volume right! :)
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