The Matrix - 1999
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The Matrix

Updated: 18 Jul 2022
Directors:
Joel Silver Don Davis Bill Pope Zach Staenberg Mali Finn Shauna Wolifson Owen Paterson Hugh Bateup Michelle McGahey Lisa Brennan Kym Barrett Lana Wachowski Lilly Wachowski Lana Wachowski Dane A. Davis Zigmund Gron Lilly Wachowski Reg Garside Barrie M. Osborne Andrew Mason Lana Wachowski Lilly Wachowski Erwin Stoff Bruce Berman Dan Cracchiolo John Gaeta Carol Hughes Dane A. Davis Glenn Boswell Carol Hughes Richard Mirisch Jules Cook Fiona Scott Tony Williams Trish Foreman Sarah Light Jacinta Leong Godric Cole Judith Harvey Andrew Powell Deborah Riley Tim Ferrier Marta McElroy Victoria Sullivan David Williamson Robert Agganis Robert Agganis Jasin Boland Jack Friedman Gerry Nucifora Steve Courtley Brian Cox Robina Osbourne Deborah Taylor Cheryl Williams Lyn Askew Kate Crossley Julia Evershade Eric Lindemann David Grimaldi John T. Reitz Gregg Rudloff David E. Campbell Lori L. Eschler Peter Lawless Megan Worthy Fiona Searson David Lee Susan Dudeck Charles W. Ritter Lon Lucini Colin Fletcher James McTeigue
Actors:
Keanu Reeves Laurence Fishburne Carrie-Anne Moss Hugo Weaving Joe Pantoliano Gloria Foster Marcus Chong Paul Goddard Robert Taylor Julian Arahanga Belinda McClory Anthony Ray Parker Matt Doran Ada Nicodemou David Aston Marc Aden Gray Deni Gordon Rowan Witt Eleanor Witt Tamara Brown Janaya Pender Adryn White Natalie Tjen Bill Young David O'Connor Jeremy Ball Fiona Johnson Harry Lawrence Steve Dodd Luke Quinton Lawrence Woodward Michael Butcher Bernard Ledger Robert Simper Chris Pattinson Nigel Harbach
Genre:
Science Fiction, Action
Country: no data
Year: 1999
Set in the 22nd century, The Matrix tells the story of a computer hacker who joins a group of underground insurgents fighting the vast and powerful computers who now rule the earth.
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To me, the Matrix is the perfect metaphor for the human experience. The movie is about belief - belief in one's self. Once you have that, you can do anything (that doesn't violate the laws of physics.
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It’s not literally about sleep, but when I came to my own epiphany about sleep, it changed everything. I might as well have swallowed the red pill in The Matrix. When Morpheus first describes being trapped in the Matrix to Neo, it’s as if he’s talking about the all-too-familiar condition of perpetual sleep deprivation: it’s “a prison that you cannot smell or taste or touch—a prison for your mind.” I’m glad I finally took the red pill—and there’s no going back now.
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My top film in any category. From the opening credits to final scenes, every moment of this film is so fully conceived and so well executed that in spite of the complete fantasy world portrayed, the viewer was there, experiencing it with the characters themselves.
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What movie set from his past would he like to revisit, and what would he tell his former self. “I’d go back to the Wild Wild West [set] and I would say, ‘Asshole, why didn’t you do The Matrix?” Smith joked.
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The top tens were voted for by a panel of sixty scientists including Richard Dawkins, evolutionary biologist, Oxford University; Steven Pinker, psychologist, Harvard; Steven Rose, neuroscientist, Open University and Steve Jones, geneticist, UCL.
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almost 4 years ago
watching the matrix layin on a mat with mars doing post nate yoga stretches ...
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Some of my favorite rom-coms growing up are “You’ve Got Mail” and “13 Going on 30.” And then I also watched films like the “The Matrix,” “Schindler’s List,” “Dead Poets Society,” “Good Will Hunting,” “Radio,” “Snow Dogs” and Disney films. All kinds of things.
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Starting off with my number one movie of all time, The Matrix (1999).
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almost 2 years ago
Matrix is a good movie. It's interesting, well-acted, and eye-opening. It's worth watching, and I'd recommend it to anyone who's looking for a good film.
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favorite movie? The Matrix. Runners up are Fight Club, Blade Runner, Children of Men, Memento, Life of Brian, and Whiplash.
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Watching the matrix on AMC... I love when trinity gets dubbed with "shucks" vs "shit". It's funny but honestly this movie will never get old
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The same could be said about The Matrix movies, all three. A lot of people will be like, “Well, no, just the first one, because the other two weren’t to my fancy.” I liked all three because I like the entire story. What a unique concept that the world is completely fake, and amazing to think that machines could be running things, as I sit here and talk into a machine recorder. It’s just a really forward-thinking concept.
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All right here is my thread to watch the Matrix for #MillarGeekFriday! It’s one of my favorite movies - I vividly remember leaning over to my friend in the theatre and whispering “this is the greatest movie I’ve ever seen.”
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3 years ago
Actually 4 of those are Keanu, Point Break, Matrix, Street Kings, John Wick, and then Nic Cage playing the 5. If you haven’t seen any of those movies I suggest you watch tonight. If you’re done with Tiger King.
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3 years ago
YES cuz the matrix is one of my favorite movies as well as the truman show.
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8 months ago
my third favorite is The Matrix.
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I ran into Keanu Reeves a dozen years ago. He just got back from shooting the first Matrix, and I said to him, naively, “Hey, man, how’d that go?” He was like, “I’ve been on another planet for nine months.” And I was like, “Uh, OK, how’d the shoot go?” But once I saw it, I was like, man, I didn’t know. Once I saw the movie, any question I could have asked him was answered in that answer.
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I’m so gassed, matrix was the first movie we ever seen on a DVD player. Saw it at my auntie Kim apartment in 2000. Had enter the matrix, path of Neo, matrix online, we named my dog Tank after buddy who kilt Cypher.
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The Godfather 1 and 2, Goodfellas, The Matrix -- those are movies I can sit down and watch over and over again
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Short and sweet in her response, she answered, “The first Matrix, huge fan. Amazing,” choosing to bypass the action movies she helped to elevate herself.
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There is no second best Matrix movie.
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Movies such as The Matrix and Her and TV series such as Westworld and Black Mirror shape how people understand the most important technological, social and economic developments of our time.
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