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The Matrix
Year:
1999
Country:
USA, Australia
Genre:
Thriller, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
IMDB rating:
8.7
Director:
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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Reviews
Good but not "The Greatest Film Ever Made"
Ok, I'm getting sick of comments saying stuff like "The Matrix is the greatest film EVER MADE!"

That's complete and utter bullturd. Yes, it had great cinematography and effects, yes it had a great soundtrack but NO WAY was the acting superb and NO WAY was the storyline great.

Take that storyline and stick it in any other action movie and you would leave feeling disappointed at the end. It's major selling point was "What is the Matrix? You have to see it for yourself." Come on, the only plot twist was that thing to do with Cypher, and that wasn't greatly unforeseeable, there's things like that in every frigging action movie.

The thing that set it apart was the ground-breaking camera effects, gnarly special effects and a funky soundtrack, as well as the costume design bit, with all that leather and expensive sunglasses. Without this stuff, all you would be left with is your average action movie.

I'm not saying it was a bad film at all, just not one of the greatest. Highly entertaining, great to watch with your mates, definitely one of the most interesting films in recent years. But give me The Third Man, Memento or the Usual Suspects any day.

7/10
2001-09-10
Original and great, but with one important flaw
Released in a time of ground-breaking CGI advancements, the Matrix notched itself above the rest of the competition in terms of film- making. Visually stunning, thought-provoking, and fun, The Matrix is a near-perfect film for any sci-fi fan or any movie fan.

Let's start with the plot and writing. The plot revolves around a hacker named Thomas Anderson who acts as a somewhat ill- explained hacker named Neo by night. One night, he gets contacted by a mysterious internet group led by the omniscient Morpheus. One step leads to another, and Neo, "much like Alice" goes tumbling down the rabbit- hole, leading to a world-changing (quite literally in this sense) discovery that will cause him to question his very own existence. Right from the start, the plot hooks you, making the viewers themselves feel like Neo, questioning their own existence. Interwoven with the thought of questioning one's own existence, is a religion intertextuality with Neo and Christianity, making the depth of the film felt even more. The writing is fantastic and philosophical, particularly with the dialogue between Neo and Morpheus. It eclipses in the scene with the Oracle and the famous line "There is no spoon", which is where the movie takes a sharp turn. For about ¾ of the movie, I was locked into the originality of the plot and storytelling. However, in the film's final act, specifically around (spoilers) an incredulous scene involving a lobby, the movie collapses onto itself with the most unrealistic and bombastic endings that one could describe as Michael Bay-esque. The final half hour of the movie, while entertaining with fight sequences and explosions, seems pulled out of a video game. You don't feel that the characters are in any real danger at this point, and it all leads to the ending, which is satisfying, but left a sour taste in my mouth because of how unoriginal and cliché it is compared to the rest of the movie.

Despite the problems I had with some of the plot, the film- making is amazing. Never before has a film influenced future movies as the Matrix did. With its famous bullet-time sequence, and choreographed fight scenes, the Matrix set an industry standard that few films have accomplished or eclipsed since then. Finally, let's talk about the acting. The performances are mostly perfect for their characters. Fishburne's enigmatic performance as the audience's guide into the world and Weaving's subdued acting as the monotone and (spoiler) robotic antagonist. However, the one that confuses me is Reeve's performance as Neo. One could argue that due to Neo's character of being Zen-like and unknowing, Reeves is the perfect actor for this role. However, I think any actor of the same age as Reeves could play Neo and the character would have been realized the same.

Overall, The Matrix is groundbreaking in both film-making, world-building, and storytelling, a must-watch for any movie-goer. However, the ending, while satisfying to most audiences, will disappoint those who would expect something different and bold from a truly original movie.
2017-11-19
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.
2003-03-07
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.
2017-05-29
This is as good as good
Gorgeous, groundbreaking visual effects and action by time the scenes and the depth of each subject when viewed more deeply if it is the film is over, it is self-questioning I think the great movie is one of the best films ever made ... Wachowski when brothers take this movie, it will come out on top of it I am really curious about whether they thought they were the famous superheroes of the present and We have no players either Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man) and Hugh Like Jackman (Wolverine), for me is Keanu Reeves (Neo) duo Two parts are inseparable. The book speaks so much about Keanu Reeves Laurence Fishburne (Morpheus) and Carrie-Anne Moss (Trinity) and especially Hugo Weaving (Agent Smith) ', but if we talk about it If you watch the movie as the writing will go on and on, Even if you want to make sure the casting team does a great job you will not be able to ignore it. The film is also a great scenario, mind It is also about people with their permanent staging and dialogue especially after years of pills selection I can not be born even when this movie is released visuals in the movie that people watch with their mouth open the effects are now becoming commonplace when I watch I may have been very well received for it, but despite all this movie really the most watched movies in world cinema.
2017-09-18
Rewatched this movie
This movie was amazing all props to Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fishburne it was wonderful acting for this movie. I do not believe in fate either. I found it deep that we are born in a bondage and a jail that we cannot fight in this extreme to the movie. In this movie it was clear to tell that Neo and Trinity were going to be come a thing and that Morpheus was going to be a great teacher. This movie definitely brings up very good points. With knowing what is real and what is not real.
2017-08-09
Putting Keanu Reeves & Laurence Fishburne on the map
Sure both actors where well know in previous films, but The Matrix put Keanu Reeves & Laurence Fishburne on the map!

Clearly the slow-mo VFX is what people will remember the most about this film, and they should, because they were executed to perfection.

This film is and will remain an original cult classic in its genre.

A perfect 10/10 from me!
2017-07-11
The Matrix was gamechanger
I think there were Action/Sci-Fi movies before The Matrix and there are action/sci-fi movies after The Matrix. It changed everything.

This movie was one of it's kind when it came and there was nothing like this seen before. Awesome action sequences, bullet times, slow motions and the concept, everything was awesome.

Not just action, the movie is great in other aspects too. The movie is thought provoking and very influential. This movie forced every filmmaker of action/sci-fi movies to step up.

I still remember when i watched this movie for the very first time more than 10 years ago, it felt like i'm in a different world. I've never ever seen anything like this. Movie had awesome effects, that might seems outdated these days, but that time it was first time something like that was shown in movies.

This movie was really a gamechanger, and we are lucky that this movie actually happened.
2016-03-27
Hello Mr. Anderson may contain spoilers
Mr. Anderson (Keanu Reeves) day time programmer, night time hacker code named Neo. Finds himself falling down the rabbit hole. Trying to find the answer to what is the Matrix, he searches for Morpheus (Lawrence Fishburne) to find the answers. What he finds is beyond any. Neo finds out that the world he know is just a computer simulation. Morpheus frees Neo from the matrix and shows him that machines have taken over, and are using humans as an energy source. They keep us in line by keeping us in a virtual reality world known as the Matrix. Neo learns that he is the ONE and he can control the Matrix. It was prophesized the One would come and free the humans from the machines imprisonment. The movie show Neo progress from first being freed to learning he is the One. With lots of kung Fu style fighting Neo learns that he can be faster and better then what the computer sends to stop him.

The general theme is the world we know is an illusion. They use lighting to show the real world as a cold dark place, while the Matrix is bright and made to look like the world as of 1999. Similar movies are Alice in Wonderland, and the Thurman show. The Matrix is an adrenaline rush of action with a great story line to boot.
2016-05-01
Koia Ali
The story of a reluctant Christ-like protagonist set against a baroque, MTV backdrop, The Matrix is the definitive hybrid of technical wizardry and contextual excellence that should be the benchmark for all sci-fi films to come.

Hollywood has had some problems combining form and matter in the sci-fi genre. There have been a lot of visually stunning works but nobody cared about the hero. (Or nobody simply cared about anything.) There a few, though, which aroused interest and intellect but nobody 'ooh'-ed or 'aah'-ed at the special effects. With The Matrix, both elements are perfectly en sync. Not only did we want to cheer on the heroes to victory, we wanted them to bludgeon the opposition. Not only did we sit in awe as Neo evaded those bullets in limbo-rock fashion, we salivated.

But what makes The Matrix several cuts above the rest of the films in its genre is that there are simply no loopholes. The script, written by the Wachowski brothers is intelligent but carefully not geeky. The King-fun sequences were deftly shot -- something even Bruce Lee would've been proud of. The photography was breathtaking. (I bet if you had to cut every frame on the reel and had it developed and printed, every single frame would stand on its own.) And the acting? Maybe not the best Keanu Reeves but name me an actor who has box-office appeal but could portray the uneasy and vulnerable protagonist, Neo, to a T the way Reeves did. But, come to think of it, if you pit any actor beside Laurence Fishburne, you're bound to confuse that actor for bad acting. As Morpheus, Mr. Fishburne is simply wicked! Shades of his mentor-role in Higher Learning, nobody exudes that aura of quiet intensity than Mr. Fishburne. His character, battle-scarred but always composed Morpheus, is given an extra dose of mortality (He loves Neo to a fault.) only Mr. Fishburne can flesh out.

People will say what they want to say about how good The Matrix is but the boatmen is this: finally there's a philosophical film that has cut through this generation. My generation. The Wachowski brothers probably scribbled a little P.S. note when they finished the script saying: THINK FOR A MOMENT ABOUT YOUR EXISTENCE. What is the Matrix, you ask? Something that's closer to reality than you think.

Either that or it's my personal choice for best film of all-time.
2015-12-26
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