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 Matrix has Buddhist themes
A large part of the appeal of 'The Matrix' for me was the special effects and action-packed scenes. But, on reflection, part of the appeal is also its philosophical and religious underpinnings...

When asked whether Buddhist ideas influenced them, the Wachowski brothers offered an unqualified "Yes!" and at a very basic level, the movie portrays two levels of reality: our everyday existence and a deeper, more significant, underlying reality (the matrix). This is very much like the Two Truths in Buddhism: relative truth, in which everything is perception, and ultimate truth which is the way things really are (objective reality).

Because of our ignorance, we mistake the everyday world for something real and objective, and this is the cause of our suffering. As in 'The Matrix', breaking through relative truth to direct contact with ultimate truth represents a high spiritual attainment, some would say enlightenment, an awakening. (Remember the message on Neo's computer screen: "Wake up, Neo!")

Mahayana Buddhism suggests that there are great spiritual warriors (like Neo?) who are walking the path from ignorance to enlightenment, and who can in turn guide us on the path.
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.
Eye Opening!
The Matrix, made us think that the world may not be what it appears to be. Many things as Deja Vu, would make one think if the Matrix was real. This movie and the performance of Keanu Reeves as Neo, was spot on and made the movie what it is today! Highly recommended to anyone and Sci-fi people will love it!
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.
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.

It still is a great movie! The special effects are maybe a little old style but the plot is amazing. After Speed, Keanu plays a fantastic part in this movie. I sat on the edge of my seat the first time! At the end, you have to pay attention because the plot is a little confusing. I think I watched it 4 times before I understand the ending of this movie.
50 years at a max the Matrix movie will become our real world!
I find it strange that most of the people who watched Matrix were only attracted by the visual effects and overlooked the scientific facts on which this movie was based.

People enjoyed the flying mostly and hence liked Matrix 1 more than they did with 2 and 3 although the answer was in part 3 that is who will win the war eventually between humans and machines. Some people they make fun of the idea that one day humans will be in direct war with machines but those people have not read yet about the Nano technology. The latter technology offers something like the software which teaches Neo how to fight in little time. Well through Nano, they will be able to plant a brainlike chip which works 10,000 times faster than our brain and they are now trying to optimize the speed limit in a way that doesn't endanger our brain which might be burnt working under such speed.

As for the flying part, it is very possible if the science of Psychokinesis is given more consideration and in the near future I reckon they will with the evolution of human body which is going toward less and less movement. Has anyone seen the prototype of the new cars which have no pedals and we use sticks to drive and direct the car in different directions.

Well, I guess the movie has tackled all these scientific aspects alongside psychological and philosophical ones in a very brilliant way and I 100% give this move 20 on a scale out of 10!
True Cinematic Achievement
In the year 1999, "The Matrix" and "Fight Club" were undoubtedly the best films of the year. The Matrix was truly revolutionary in special effects, specifically in CGI (Computer-Generated-Imaging) technology. The still cameras that were used to capture multiple angles of a single shot, in bullet-time technology, was a creative new approach. The film is initially suspenseful with people not knowing quite what was happening until Morpheus (Lawrence Fishburne) reveals that Neo's (Keanu Reeves) reality was actually a fabricated world that is an elaborate simulation created by machines. Neo and the majority of the world's inhabitants have been stuck in simply a mental simulation prison.

The magnitude of philosophy in sync with special effects make "The Matrix" a one-of-a-kind movie masterpiece. College classes show this movie in their philosophy class, and at the same time can prove to be one of the best special effects movies ever. Supplementally, "The Matrix" also provides endless action and a pretty solid storyline that influences the philosophical ideas in the movie.

There are so many great things in this movie, it is just crazy.

The color palette along with the time and effort put into stunts also accelerates this movie on all filming levels. "The Matrix" leaves the viewer a sense of pride in the world he/she can live in to just know that people are capable of creating at this level. Unfortunately, monetary and timing motives offset the potential quality of the sequels. "The Matrix Reloaded" and "The Matrix Revolutions" were just a waste of time and weren't carefully thought out, as was the first Matrix.

could we be part of an animation?
Yes we could. This movie should score higher. Reason:

Plot could be true?? Especially in nowadays computer graphics keeps getting closer and closer to the real thing. Would Super Mario know from where his world was made/executed??!! Could this count for the human race too?? Story is more likely to be true than Adam & Eve, the snake and the apple, which is a bit outdated :)

Scenes, acting, philosophy behind ..... everything about this movie is outstanding.

Do yourself a favor and watch it..... forget about the sequels, they should be deleted/wiped out of our Matrix
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
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