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Thriller, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
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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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Absolutely amazing movie that I rate 10/10 and have watched countless times
I remember when this movie first came out and I first watched it. I was absolutely blown away by how good it was that I watched it numerous times after.

The characters in the movie, the story and all the fight/ shooting scenes are incredible! Even until this day I still watch this movie regularly.
This is a good movie
I have watched this movie many times and its remember me may dream. I always dreamed to be like this.

When I though that I have dreamed this thing

And how can someone make such a realistic movie like that.

I have watched this movie from my childhood

Till now this is amazing to me to watch this.....
"The Matrix" looked exciting enough in the trailers
It's been a while since a movie has generated enough interest in me for me to watch it. "The Matrix" looked exciting enough in the trailers, so I decided to give it a look.

What I found was an amazing movie, with some of the greatest special effects I've ever seen. The camera angles really work for the action sequences and the choreographed fight scenes made me yearn for more. Say what you want about Keanu Reeves' acting.

He may not deliver the best dialogue, but his look can carry a film. He was a great choice for the role of Neo.

Carrie Anne Moss was great as was the underrated Laurence Fishburne.

I highly recommend this film for those who are a fan of visually stunning movies. It will blow away your senses...
Sometimes the truth is merely an illusion
How would you learn what is true and fake? In the Matrix world, you take the red pill, you choose a truth; you take the blue pill, you choose a lie. Then, how would you learn whether the truth is the real truth or just an illusion of truth? The first film of The Matrix Trilogy tells you the truth is humans are fighting machine for their existence. But its sequels, The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolution tells you the real truth is this whole thing is just a tremendous trick of machine while humans are merely unwitting pawns. And you know, sometime such illusions happen in your real world.
Is the Reality We Accept the Real Reality or a False Reality We Can Handle?
The film The Matrix is about the journey of Neo as he travels through the mundane life as a low level hacker and software developer of a large company into the only hero that can save suppressed humans from the "real reality." Neo's mentor Morpheus introduces Neo into the Matrix, which is the real reality of how the robots took over mankind and use their bodies as sustenance. Morpheus and his team, including Neo's eventual love interest Trinity, guide Neo and help him develop into "The One" that can save all. In essence, he is mankind's savior and the only one that can defeat the army of artificial intelligence. The theme in this popular film is the struggle of human dignity and the search for one's own purpose. In the beginning of the movie, we see Neo growing incredibly unsatisfied and bored by his daily routine. For a new scene, he follows his clients (who he recently retrieved hacking information for) into a club, where Trinity begins his journey of what his purpose is and what the true reality is. By mentors Morpheus and Trinity, Neo discovers that his entire life was nothing but a front to keep the humans alive, while the cyborgs continue to feed on them while also populating them only as a food source. Throughout the film, viewers can relate to the struggle of trying to find a sense of purpose. Many struggle through hurdles and may find others' expectations quite overwhelming. The theme that one can succeed and accomplish their purpose leaves moviegoers with a positive note and a can do attitude. One of the high points of the film that is easily forgotten is the point in which Morpheus has been kidnapped by the Agents and is slowly dying as they attempt to hack his brain for codes in order to track the freed humans. Just when we think Morpheus might breathe his last breath, Neo and Trinity arrive with a helicopter facing the opening of the exposed office in the high-rise building. Soon, bullets fly from both the Agents and the team of Trinity and Neo. In this shot, time appears to slow as we see rain fall slowly towards the office floor and we can see the bullet paths as a vacuum of air is created at such a high velocity. This is what makes The Matrix great. It created action scenes and breathed new life into them by changing the way the moviegoer sees it and forces them to focus on details that would be impossible to see at a normal speed frame. It creates a high appreciation for things that we normally would not pay attention to in a typical action scene. The talent of cinematographer Bill Pope is highlighted in scenes such as these, making The Matrix one of the best action films to date. There are two techniques which highlight the theme of the film and keep the story interesting in The Matrix are freeze frame (and slow motion) as well as camera angle. For a majority of The Matrix, the movie was filmed from an objective view and often at eye level. This view helps the moviegoer see the awesome graphics that may have been missed if filmed from a subjective view. For example, when Trinity is first cornered by the local police in the abandoned building, the viewer would likely assume that action is going to take place, but they are unsure of what. Based on many action movies of the past, one can assume it will involve a lot of rapid movement and somebody being hurt and killed, which nothing too surprising, especially at the beginning of the film. On the contrary, in the midst of Trinity fighting the officers, we suddenly see her frozen in mid- air with a kick flying toward and unfortunate officer's face. The camera circles Trinity as we see cops in mid action preparing to win the fight against the lone woman. However, as time assumes to normal speed, one sees Trinity fighting and the camera rapidly moving around her and her victims. From here, the film takes off in the action-plot film. Another example of cinematic effect would be the slow motion of the last fight as Neo fights Agent Smith. As Neo discovers he truly is the one, he seems to fight Agent Smith with overwhelming calm as the we view from a spectator angle the action that keeps us held to our seats. Neo fights slowly but tactfully in slow motion and ultimately defeating Agent Smith. These techniques help us pay attention to the detail of each action-packed scene, and reminds the moviegoer of Neo's purpose, which was defeating the agents. His journey reminds us that we all are searching for our purpose in life and must overcome barriers in order to find it. In conclusion, The Matrix is a great film to watch. The theme of human struggle to find one's own purpose is obvious and can be seen highlighted in the action points. Throughout each physical conflict, time is slowed and characters are frozen to see the detail of each battle. It gives the viewer time to think instead of forcing one to follow a fast motion scene, to focus on Neo's personal struggle to find his calling. The film is a little dated, but the techniques used to enhance the plot and the action make The Matrix a legend.
It'd be a 10/10, except for the ending
The Wachowski brothers really did excel themselves with this movie. It's a brilliant movie on a number of different levels - the directing is excellent, the camera work is great, the visuals are stunning, the kung-fu is A+, acting is executed with style and conviction, and the plot is truly inspired. It's really hard to use enough superlatives on this movie!

It'd be a 10/10, except for the ending. Having Neo do what he does at the end really lets it down, in my opinion. However, there's a couple of sequels on the way, so let's see what the Wachowskis can do to make up for it.

Other than that, (and like I said above) the movie is operating on so many different levels that each time you watch it, you pick up something new... this isn't by accident, either. The Wachowski brothers had the actors read a number of definitive works (Simulation & Simulcra was one I believe) in modern literature and psychology, and applied liberal dashings of aspects of the major religions to provide the best sci-fi movie of the decade, if not ever.

I'm yet to meet somebody who hasn't enjoyed it. It's my favourite movie to watch on a good cinema system, too.
This movie will not only fulfill your action/adventure needs but also reveals a whole new world of possibilities and questions that will have you coming back for more. Your imaginative and creative part of your brain will thank you again and again for this unforgettable sci-fi journey. Life lessons will be learned without even realizing it in the greatest way possible. "Sooner or later you're going to realize just as I did that there's a difference between knowing the path and walking the path." The biggest realization in this movie is to free your mind. Doors are everywhere in life with endless possibilities within each one, but it's up to each individual to walk through.
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.
It's really that good
The Matrix trilogy is certainly underrated, because it is a lot more profound in meaning than most think they think it is, if you can call it thinking, because I'm referring to a type of thinking, or rather, limited delusional perception, that's a lot like the state in which humanity finds itself, or rather lost itself, in The Matrix, being both the title and the grand conceptual context in which, and through which, by way of transcendence, the characters and the plot move. The Matrix trilogy is a masterpiece of cinema. It's really that good.
I still have some doubts about the World we live in.
It's been almost 20 years, since The Matrix and It sure left a scar. I still have some doubts about things and tangs, I still see glitches in Deja vus. Not many movies have that kind of impact. Perfect for my taste. The ending was the biggest cliffhanger of my childhood. I have to write a minimum of 5 lines of text for that review, so that last sentence is just a filler.
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