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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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awesome movie , no match for sci-fi story till now the story was beauty full made . reeves was super in acting i love the design of villain. and telephone thing in the movie.i love so much about this movie , i also watch all parts which are too good and like the all parts to..all sci-fi thing is just mind blowing
A watershed moment in film-making – and what a kick-ass masterpiece
** May contain spoilers **

There aren't many movies I watched in the theatre twice – let alone on the same day - but immediately after the credits had rolled (and still pumped up by 'Rage against the Machine'), I queued up for the next screening of 'The Matrix'. I was so blown away by that film, I feared - and probably rightly so - that I hadn't caught every detail of what I'd just seen. I later found out that many of my friends had had a similar reaction to the film, and I know virtually no one who liked the film and didn't watch it at least twice. It's simply one of those rare films that are so rich you just have to watch them several times.

In structure, style and concept, 'The Matrix' was ground-breaking; it marked the first time the visual style of Manga comic books and Anime such as 'Akira' or 'Ghost in the Shell' had been successfully translated to a live-action film. Apart from 'Blade Runner', which has a totally different mood and pace (but is also a masterpiece and visionary film-making), there simply hadn't been anything even remotely like it. The jaw-dropping action sequences have such a raw, gripping energy they feel like an adrenalin overdose, but unlike most action films, they never overshadow the story; on the contrary - they enhance it and make complete sense within that universe.

As for the story itself, I think this is one of the most original, fascinating Sci-Fi tales you'll likely ever see on screen. Clearly inspired by Japanese Anime and Manga yet also by authors like Isaac Asimov or Philip K. Dick, the story about humanity's war against its own creation, machines of an artificial intelligence that have evolved to the point where they have become the dominant 'species' and vastly superior to their creators, could take place in the same world as 'Blade Runner' or 'The Terminator' - albeit several hundred years later. But there is also a mythical, even religious undercurrent to the story; the themes of a prophecy, a "liberator" or even a "messiah" make 'The Matrix' transcend the Science-Fiction genre and become even more unique.

'The Matrix' was a watershed moment in filmmaking – in every respect – and even though two inferior sequels have left a bit of a stain on the film, they can't distract from what an uncompromising and hugely influential masterpiece this is. Sci-Fi movies that were released after 'The Matrix' have tried very hard to achieve a similar look and tone, but the original still owns them all. 10 stars out of 10.

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One of the greatest achievements in Science-fiction film history
Andy and Larry Wachowski's The Matrix is an unbelieveable achievement. Not only in the visual sense, but in storytelling, the way society is, and much more. And, Keanu Reeves is almost good here.

Reeves playes 2 people in one- Thomas A. Anderson, a regular Joe who is just working it today's society. The other is Neo, a comuter hacker who has broken every single known computer hacking law. But, he soon meets Morpheus, played with great mysticism and wiseness by Laurence Fishburne, who brings Neo down the rabbit hole to tell him the truth about the world; we are living in a world called the Matrix, which uses out brain energy to trun us into batteries. Unbelieveable to be sure, but it is incredibly original story wise, as it sprawls into something every average movie goer can appreciate- hard boiled, visually and bloody packed action, gore and violence.

The best part though is that this film breaks many boundaries in technology and (with it's 4 Oscars for editing, sound, sound editing and visual effects) and deserves every bit of credit it gets. True, some might find the plot confusing and boring and true it isn't for all tastes. But if you can like the story and the action, you've got the key to a fantastic picture, otherwise it is another action flick (great action never-the-less). Kudos to everyone who worked on the film, making one of the best films of the year, decade and of sci-fi film history. A++
Free will and fate
At the turn of the century, a software developer named Thomas A. Anderson (Keanu Reeves) works for a major software company during the day. At night, he is the hacker known as Neo. A fellow hacker, Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss), seeks him out and helps him get in touch with a known terrorist, Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne). Morpheus shows Neo the real world, which is some time in the far future after AI had taken over. He shows him that he was grown in a field to be a battery for the machines. Morpheus believes Neo can save humanity from the machines. Neo learns how to fight back and goes to see the oracle (Gloria Foster). The oracle tells him what he needs to hear. Then an upset crew member betrays them. He wanted to forget this world and be back in to the matrix. Morpheus got caught by the agents which are extremely powerful software programs. Neo and Trinity go back into the matrix to save him. In the process, Neo starts to break the rules of the matrix and do things which seemed impossible. He is able to survive death and destroy Agent Smith (Hugo Weaving), which no one has ever done before. He becomes the one in the process. One theme of the matrix was free will and fate. There were a lot of choices in the film. Neo had to choose to stay in or go out, to trust trinity or not, to take the red pill or the blue, to walk through the door to see the oracle or not, and to save Morpheus or save his own life. The movie will sometimes shoot the scenes from different angles to emphasize choice. One scene of this would be when they zoom in on Morpheus's sunglasses. It shows one sun glass with the red pill and the other with the blue. It also shows Neo's hand reaching for one of them. The movie also uses lighting to show choices as well. There is a scene before that, in which Neo has to decide if he wants to trust Trinity. When she asks his to decide the movie pans to her and the screen brightens a little. Then, the movie pans to a dark rainy ally. He has to choose if he wants to go back to his miserable life or to leave that life with her. While Neo was given different choices, he also was destined for things he couldn't choose. Neo was also fated to be loved by Trinity. Morpheus chose him to be the One and save all of humanity. There seems to be a mix of destiny and choices and each shape the other.
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*Deeply exhales* The movie MATRIX was indeed a breaking point for movie makers, and it paved way for both marketers, producers, and film makers generally. The era at the time the MATRIX was released really needed something new and different, and this was what the MATRIX was able to deliver. With ground breaking still motions and effects, it was indeed a movie of the time. While being perfectly casted with Keanu Reeves playing NEO, and Carrie-Anne Moss playing Trinity, while leaving the boss himself in the middle of it all, Laurence Fishburne playing Morpheus. Their roles were imbibed in them as if it were their true nature and this really made a significant difference between the so called science and fiction.
The Artistry of Coming To Life
Movie Review: "The Matrix" (1999)

A few weeks after the sudden death of director Stanley Kubrick on March 7th 1999, this gem of a daring science-fiction movie releases, wondering if the director of "2001: A Space Odyssey" (1968) had the chance to get a glimpse at the philosophical thought-through approach of motion picture entertainment produced by supreme Hollywood producer Joel Silver at Warner Bros. Studios, who gave two 30-year-old fresh out of the independent niche with the Lesbian extravaganza chamber play "Bound" (1996) emerging directors' duo trademarked as The Wachowski Brothers, now shape-shifted to become sisters since their last mediocre, lower-energetic directing effort with "Jupiter Ascending" (2015), running after another hook of Zeitgeist visual-story-telling, which had been so magnificently be prepared with a production took lavishly place in a time-span from March to September 1998 under a well-organized production budget of sixty three million U.S. dollars, which arguably realized the on-screen production value to look like a doubled budget beyond the James Cameron established 100 Million Dollar mark per picture from season 1990/1991.

This picture got it all: An engaging cast, led by month-to-month put through material arts trained actor Keanu Reeves, supported by match-making actress Carrie-Anne Moss as black-leathered to latex wearing seductress to bring the character of Neo to Morpheus, portrayed by Laurence Fishburne, playing up high the mythology of a devasting, dystopian reality of the world, living on-board a spaceship within giant sewer channels beyond the world of hopes and dreams in the also clean society indulging landscape of any metropolitan city, where the agents, led by the fiercest of them all Agent Smith, performed in detail-beating manner by actor Hugo Weaving, making out for the rebelling group of Morpheus, which the main character Neo is about to join, departing from the computer screen of a common hacking researcher to become on-sight action infiltrator by manipulating the programs created to keep society at bay.

As before the film genre of Science-Fiction seems to be the genre made for cinema, as starting out with "A Trip To The Moon" (1902) directed by Géorges Méliès (1861-1938), with digital technology already in use, where the only limitation has become the filmmaker's own imagination, which in a sense eighteen years after "The Matrix" release date to breath-taking cinematography created by Bill Pope plus a-river-running-through editorial by Academy-Award-winning Best Editor in 2000 Zach Staenberg, who still to this very day in Fall 2017 has not have implanted the wish to see more or any alternated footage of the production, making it a pure mind-transporting cinematic experience, which beyond any given character, put the story, the emotion, the struggle an confrontation of characters first; a fact that worked this year once again with Denis Villeneuve directed "Blade Runner 2049", which despite the fact that has not been originally written by the director, a close to similar transcending force of daylight escaping nature toward a belief that artistry of following through life conquers the mechanism of just being functionally present.

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Great Movie, definitely recommend watching it!
Overall, this is a very good film! Personally, I liked this movie more than the two that followed. It has an amazing story-line, it's action- packed, and the special effects are incredible and iconic. As previously stated, there are 2 other movies that follow this one. The second movie is also incredible as far as special effects and the action. This is a legendary classic, and I would definitely recommend this movie!
Really nice classic masterpiece, everyone should see it.
Really nice movie, and today it's a classic. I've seen it many times and can see it many times more. If you not seen this classic masterpiece, you really need to to do it. Good scenes, cool effects and really good actors. The scenes when bullets and everything going in slow motion is so freaking cool
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.
When I first saw the trailer for this, I was thinking: "Oh great, another Sci-Fi film with awesome special effects and probably nothing else good." I went to see it yesterday. I'm still picking up my jaw a day later. Wow, what a film. It is the best written, best acted Sci-Fi movie since Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. It was absolutely fantastic. I couldn't believe how great that movie was. It was a 10 from start to finish and the greatest film of the year, until The Phantom Menace comes out in a month. A big thanks for everyone who made a wonderful movie experience.
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