The Matrix (1999)
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    • by David S. Glass
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      The Matrix (1999) is an action movie by directors Larry and Andy Wachowski and is rated R by the MPAA.

      There are two realities: one that consists of the life we live every day - and one that lies behind it. One is a dream, the other is the Matrix. Neo (Keanu Reeves) is seeking the truth about the Matrix, something hes only heard in whispers,


      something he is certain has control over his life. Morpheus (Lawrence Fishburne), a person Neo knows only through legend, is considered the most dangerous man alive, and the only one with the answer Neo is searching for. When Neo finally meets Morpheus he is given the option to take a red pill and go back to his normal life, or take the red pill and ...

      • stay in wonderland and see exactly how far the rabbit hole goes.

        The Matrix is one of the most groundbreaking film in special effects this decade. The Wachowski’s use techniques never seen before where they slow down time and show the paths of bullets and also people dodging the bullets. The movie is full of action and is astounding to watch every time I see it.

        The acting is alright, but this kind of movie isn’t about the acting, it’s about the story, which can get very confusing at times. This is the kind of movie you have to see a few times to fully understand.

        The Matrix is a great piece of cinema and should be seen by everyone. The violence isn’t bad at all and is fine for children also.




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