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Choice... The Problem Is Choice

Or “Getting off the cultural wheel, told in terms of The Matrix”

“Choice… the problem is choice!”

“You can see it when you look out your window, or when you turn on your television. 1,721 more words


2015 Blind Spots: The Matrix

Thomas A. Anderson (Keanu Reeves) leads a seemingly ordinary life. By day he’s an average computer programmer and by night he is a computer hacker that goes by the name Neo. 394 more words

Films In 2015

That time we watched... The Matrix

After watching The Matrix together here are our thoughts…

KT – It was the best movie I’ve seen since like forever because of how cool it was when Neo (who is totally the One because Neo is an anagram of One) did that fighting stuff with Morpheus and then he was like red pill blue pill but then he was like “Imma yolo” and the went with Morpheus and the that idiot dude who played Ralph in the Sopranos was totally a prick to the goodies (but I totally knew he would be a prick because he was a prick to Tony in the Sopranos and totally deserved to be whaked) and I totally knew Morpheus would live because he is like the master Jedi of the Matrix and when Neo totally dived into Agent Smith (who is actually one of the best bad guys to ever bad guy ever) and then blew him up from the inside out and then he was like the one who did the Morpheus calling in the end and it was like ‘Damn Neo you’re totally the one!’ Also it’s like one of my favourite movies now. 12 more words


Parent Movie Review: JUPITER ASCENDING

By Jonathan Decker

WHAT’S IT ABOUT? A normal girl (Mila Kunis) learns from her genetically-altered protector (Channing Tatum) that she is intergalactic royalty and heir to the Earth. 402 more words

Parent Media Reviews

Timebomb - film review


If I’m not me – then who the hell am I?

Written & directed by Avi Nesher. Starring: Michael Biehn, Patsy Kensit, Tracy Scoggins, Robert Culp and Richard Jordan. 1,207 more words

Greg Moss

The Matrix: Top 5 Fight Scenes

The astonishing depth of the mythology in the Matrix films touches the core of our beings as sentient life. Intelligent life functioning and, most of all, thinking.

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