I watched the Matrix 3 just recently and I thought it was great just as good as the first 2 honestly is the philosiphy of the movie more important then the plot
The philosophy is a bucket of shit. The Matrix is one of those two-faced works without any integrity that all too often end up extremely popular. I can get behind a movie about emotionless badasses battling each other, and behind one that portrays a group of frail but brave humans fighting against soulless machines, but the Matrix films are about sunglasses and trenchcoat wearing ultracool stars holding up the ideal of humanity... doesn't that strike anyone else as silly?
If that's your synopsis of the movie, I recommend you go back and watch it again. And pay attention to the philosophical aspects of it.
The philosophy is what drives the movie and it's why there was only one Matrix film and not a series of several of them. It deals with a pretty fundamental aspect of reality, namely how do we know that we're seeing reality.
In case of point, everything you see, hear, do, taste and whatnot, no longer exists. Mainly because we all live a tiny fraction of a second in the past, so what we think is happening has already happened and effectively no longer exists. The main reason is that it takes time for the brain to process information and it would be bad if something tapped our toe and our finger at the same time and it wasn't perceived as being simultaneous. But, nerves do take time to transmit feelings to the brain.
What's more it deals with the implications of realty being a construct of ones own imagination.
Now, you might not like the movie, but let's not pretend like it's a "bucket of shit", because it's not. It was a well planned and well executed movie which survives today on it's merits. As opposed to V for Vendetta which has the same effects, but ultimately doesn't work very well at all.
I notice you guys say there are no sequals what kind of meme is this?
We say that because there were no further movies. The Matrix was busted up and Neo went flying through the air because he could do whatever he pleased.
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