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Movie Review - The Matrix There are many movies and television shows that have dealt with the issue of conflict between machines and humans Some examples that come to mind are Terminator and Star Trek the Borg Collective but one movie that stands out in my mind is Matrix The Matrix is a movie about machines that have supposedly taken over humans and confined them in a computer program that creates reality for them This confine is known as the Matrix The beginning of Matrix begins like most science fiction movies providing us with more questions and answers It is these questions that caused me to stay on the edge of my seat the first time I saw the movie two years ago and when I recently saw Matrix for the movie review The mystery or suspense important in science fiction in the plot begins when Trinity a female is trapped in a building but escapes through a telephone Events like the one just mentioned continue to occur For instance the typing on the screen asking Neo the main character to follow the white rabbit was a way of creating that sense of a wonderland feeling according to the director He wanted us to understand the confusion that must have been felt by Neo when he was confronted with all these revelations Finally things do fall into place and we learn that Neo has been searching for a man named Morpheus who plays the leader of a group of people who believe that the chosen one Neo will free them from this virtual prison called the Matrix The other main characters in Matrix are Cypher a disciple of Morpheus and the Agents the machine created humans that are after Neo and the cause of Morpheus Each of the main characters above helped to shape the theme and plot of Matrix I thought it was appropriate to
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