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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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The Unbearable Artificiality of Being ...
It all comes down to the most central question of humanity: "To be or not to be…". I've always asked myself whether reality was an absolute or a relative notion. I'm not a scientist but let me tell you something, if reality existed, there would never be marital arguments. You think I'm joking, I'm only channeling the main idea about "The Matrix", it relies on the combination of individual perceptions, reality depends on what we see, it's a subjective process. You can build countless interpretations out of it, one movie did it without being too complex and by kicking some ass on the field of action.

That movie is the Wachowski's brothers (now sisters) "The Matrix". Released in 1999, definitely at the right time.

Indeed, every decade, sometimes more, there comes one game changer especially in science fiction, "2001", "Star Wars", "Blade Runner", "Terminator 2" brought something fresh and new, technically and visually and in 1999, the year that changed the face of cinema, there was "The Matrix", "Avatar" would be the following phenomenon but let's stick to the pre-millennium period, perhaps one of sci-fi greatest momentum, forever immortalized with the iconic bullet-time effect. I don't need to describe it, the effect was used in three early 2000's comedies out of 5, establishing "The Matrix" as an instant classic, along with "Saturday Night Fever" or "Jaws".

Now, "What is "The Matrix"?" asks himself Thomas Anderson aka Neo, suspecting that there's something in his surrounding world that looks too artificial to be believable, as if we came to an age where machinery has spread to all the aspects of life, so we can't really tell where the virtual worlds ends and the real one begins. But I remembered a research I made a few years ago, where I discovered that the opposite of virtual wasn't real but "actual". Virtual never intended to mean something that doesn't exist in reality, but something that carries a certain potential of existence and can either happen or not happen, if it does happen, it becomes actual. The merit only starts to exist once you decide it to be in an actual form.

In "The Matrix", the most heart-pounding and thought-provoking aspect relies on this simple equation, whatever happens might be a dream or might announce a form of reality that is yet to be discovered but it's a matter of choice whether the hero embraces it or not. It's all a matter of taking the blue or the red pill. There's something both corny and genius in the pills metaphor, the idea that it's all a matter of a simple binary choice, exactly as if human thinking adopted computer binary programming. Yet each choice leads to a totally different scenario, one establishes your surrendering to the convenient and reassuring power of computer (why not after all), another your position as an enemy whose duty is to free people.

Which is rather contradictory, why would you give anyone a choice to live in one of the world you intend to destroy, in fact, it's even interesting, if we take the notion of choice as luxury, wouldn't be the most ethical thing to do, to give people the possibility to choose whether they want to be controlled by the Matrix or not, rebels are revolutionary, not reformists. Well, we see one of the members Trinity (Carrie Ann Moss) killing innocent policemen so we're never sure we're dealing with the good guys in any case. Maybe living an ordinary life without asking too much questions would be the wisest choice. But I'm digressing…

The film ventures in the realm of an artificial reality that still looks real and convincing thanks to a great design and a greenish tone that conveys the whole computer imagery and rather grim and bleak look of the dystopian future, without overplaying them. It's on the technical special effects that the film elevates the term science fiction, reminding us the core of the genre, it's all about scientific achievement and a fiction, a story where we find our own truth behind, a story that echoes our own uncertainty. The film was made in 1999 along with other 'existential' films but unlike "American Beauty" and "Fight Club", the film shows a clear enemy and antagonists, which helps to deliver its complex message; leaving us enough intellectual material to think about. It's one of these films that challenge your intelligence even when you try to determine its flaws.

Some critics pointed out the use of conventional themes, of faux spirituality, but let's call them universal, for the theme of the Chosen One is only one facet of the story. Keanu Reeves as Neo is once again playing a hero trying to conquer his secret force. Morpheus is the wise man who believes in him. And Hugo Weaving is the image of the cold and bureaucratic force. But just because the antagonism is clearly established, doesn't make the fight even more complex, it's not just about taking reality back but convincing yourself that it's worth fighting for, it's exactly like jumping on a building, and convincing yourself that you won't fall, one of the best things about the film is that the initial struggle is more internal, it's between Anderson and Neo, and his conviction that it's worth fighting for.

The final showdown establishes his rise to awareness and provides the film's climactic showdown but it's the only third act that could have worked for the film, otherwise, it would have been some faux spiritualism clichés one after the other. The film came as a right moment, it had the relevance, the resonance and the idea that we were all heading up to a world where we don't have to trust what we see. It's "V for Vendetta", "The Matrix" and any other movies that inspired conspiracies theories.
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.
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.
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.

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I have watched this movie from my childhood

Till now this is amazing to me to watch this.....
action scene is on point
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...
One Thing To Say: Awesome!
This Movie Is Great. Not Only Did It Set High-Bars In Visuals And Sci-Fi, The Originality And Concept The Wachowskis Have Created Pulls You Into This Awesome Sci-Fi World. The Performances Are Great, So's The Writing, Directing And Visuals!

Neo? Keanu Reeves NAILED IT As Neo. When I Started Watching This Movie, I INSTANTLY Related To Him, Which Is Hard For Me Nowadays Because.....Reasons?

Hugo Weaving As Smith? One Of My Favorite Movie Villains. Weaving Is Able To Capture The Charm For Me That He Does In All Of His Other Roles.

The Visuals Were AMAZING. They Manage To Capture What It's Like To Be In A Computer For Me, With Video Game Style Graphics One Scene, And Rippling Explosions Another.

This Is A Complete Package And A Definite Must-Watch. Trust Me, It'll Be Worth Your Time.
This movie is the absolute best example of the society we live in. It's real, thought invoking and all out brilliant! I enjoy the characters as much as the plots, action scenes and overall message! I would recommend that anyone watch and then re-watch to catch some of the underlying messages. If you are not open minded this movie will merely serve as entertainment.
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.
a story within a story
i think this idea was original and gripping. i thought that the actors were spot on and well cast and the story really captures ones attention. it plays with a common super hero gets the girl and invites you to dream on your curiosity, most people can relate to having a double-life with an ultimate purpose where in your other life you're this awesome powerful (what-ever) hero and you can be just like that regular guy who finally took a chance on himself and it works out brilliantly. because the underlying story here which grips you is the selflessness in it all throughout every matrix movie. selflessness is awesome and powerfully emotional. each character represents walks of life, its our same story thats been told the same way 1 million different ways & it still hooks you. i think it was a great and pleasing remastered version none the less. :)
Raises the bar for sci-fi films for years to come
The Wachowski Brothers vision of a possible future takes the visual and sound aspects of filmmaking to a new high. Incorporating older still photography with computer enhancement to the degree that appears on the screen has raised the genre to a level that will be very hard-pressed by filmmakers for a number of years. Acting was wonderful, script, visual, sound, everything about this film is a tribute to a usually overlooked genre.
📹 The Matrix full movie HD download 1999 - Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss, Hugo Weaving, Gloria Foster, Joe Pantoliano, Marcus Chong, Julian Arahanga, Matt Doran, Belinda McClory, Anthony Ray Parker, Paul Goddard, Robert Taylor, David Aston, Marc Aden - USA, Australia. 📀