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June 19th, 2019   |   Updated on February 14th, 2022

Thomas A. Anderson is a man living two lives. By day he is an average computer programmer and by night a hacker known as Neo. Neo has always questioned his reality, but the truth is far beyond his imagination. Neo finds himself targeted by the police when he is contacted by Morpheus, a legendary computer hacker branded a terrorist by the government.

Morpheus awakens Neo to the real world, a ravaged wasteland where most of humanity have been captured by a race of machines that live off of the humans’ body heat and electrochemical energy and who imprison their minds within an artificial reality known as the Matrix.

As a rebel against the machines, Neo must return to the Matrix and confront the agents: super-powerful computer programs devoted to snuffing out Neo and the entire human rebellion.

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Movie Reviews: “The Matrix

Movie Review: The Hollywood Reporter

Word-of-mouth will be giddy, with young and mature males lining up for a technologically stunning movie that furthers the genre and features crowd-pleasing performances to go with the frequent scenes of gunplay and violence.

Kudos to the writing and directing team of Larry and Andy Wachowski — who debuted impressively with the small-scale, tightly wound Bound — for fashioning a brain-twisting, eye-popping thriller that recalls The Terminator, Total Recall and Stanislaw Lem’s great novel The Futurological Congress.

The lead character played by Keanu Reeves discovers that everyday reality is a computer-created illusion and that future humans are locked in an epic struggle with intelligent machines.

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Movie Review: The Seattle Times

“The Matrix,” with Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss. Written and directed by Andy and Larry Wachowski. Alderwood, Auburn Cinema 17, Crossroads, East Valley 13, Everett Mall 1-3, Factoria, Gateway, Issaquah 9, Kent 6, Kirkland Parkplace, Mountlake 9, Neptune, Northgate, Redmond Town Centre, Southcenter, South Hill Mall, Woodinville 12. 120 minutes. “R” – Restricted because of violence, profanity and gore.

Extremely violent, extremely preposterous, extremely entertaining, “The Matrix” succeeds at two extremely difficult tasks: as a vast, exciting virtual-reality movie and as a defibrillator for Keanu Reeves’ big screen career.

Using the pantheon of movie iconography from the past 100 years – from “High Noon” showdowns, to bad kung fu, to love’s first kiss – the writing/directing team of the Wachowski brothers, Larry and Andy, achieves a fantastic, hodgepodge symmetry using hacker noir, comedy and mindless action.

Thomas Anderson (Reeves) is a talented computer programmer at a monolithic corporation during the day, but at night he’s an unscrupulous hacker tagged Neo. His work brings him to the attention of Morpheus (Fishburne), a mysterious stranger who tantalizes Neo.

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Movie Review: Chicago Tribune

The Matrix

Brothers Larry and Andy Wachowski are building themselves quite an odd little resume. Their first film credit was for co-writing the critically reviled Sylvester Stallone/Antonio Banderas dum-dum action film “Assassins.” Next came their joint writing-directing debut, “Bound,” a 1996 indie hit and the ultimate guy flick: It worked a steamy lesbian relationship (between Gina Gershon and Jennifer Tilly) into a violent, smartly plotted mob doublecross story.

From the look of it, you’d never guess that the makers of “Bound” would have anything to do with “The Matrix,” an extravagantly designed futuristic thriller starring Keanu Reeves as a possible savior. Whereas “Bound” is driven by intimate interactions, “The Matrix” is more about finding a place for humans amid overwhelming visuals and big ideas such as What Is Reality?

At times you think the Chicago-raised brothers have bitten off more than they can chew. They wrote “The Matrix” before “Bound,” and it has the feel of a story concocted by younger minds not yet wary of overreaching.

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25 Best Matrix Quotes And Dialogues That You Will Never Forget



1. “Remember, all I’m offering is the truth. Nothing more.”

– Morpheus, ‘The Matrix’ (1999)

2. “You hear that Mr. Anderson? That is the sound of inevitability!”

– Agent Smith, ‘The Matrix’ (1999)

3. “You hear that Mr. Anderson? That is the sound of inevitability!”

– Agent Smith, ‘The Matrix’ (1999)

4. “I know what you’re thinking, ’cause right now I’m thinking the same thing. Actually, I’ve been thinking it ever since I got here: Why oh why didn’t I take the blue pill?”

– Cypher, ‘The Matrix’ (1999)

5. Ever have that feeling where you’re not sure if you’re awake or dreaming?

-Neo, Matrix (1999)

6. Let me tell you why you’re here. You are here because you know something. What you know, you can’t explain. But you feel it.

-Morpheus to Neo, Matrix (1999)

7. You have to let it all go, Neo. Fear, Doubt and Disbelief. Free your mind.

-Morpheus, Matrix (1999)

8. To deny our own impulses is to deny the very thing that makes us human.

– Mouse, Matrix (1999)

9. “Human beings are a disease, cancer of this planet.”

– Agent Smith, ‘The Matrix’ (1999)

10. We can never see past the choices we don’t understand.

– Oracle, Matrix Reloaded (2003)

11. “I envy you. But such a thing is not meant to last.”

– Persephone, ‘The Matrix Reloaded’ (2003)

12. Who has time? But then, if we do not ever take time, how can we ever have time?

-The Merovingian, Matrix Reloaded (2003)

13. I do not believe it to be a matter of hope, it is simply a matter of time.

Morpheus, Matrix Reloaded (2003)

14. “We’re not here because we’re free, we’re here because we are not free.”

– Agent Smith, ‘The Matrix Reloaded’ (2003)

15. “Hope. It is the quintessential human delusion, simultaneously the source of your greatest strength and your greatest weakness.”

– The Architect, ‘The Matrix Reloaded’ (2003)



16. The real test for any choice is having to make the same choice again knowing fully well what it might cost.

-Oracle, Matrix Revolutions (2003)

17. “I wish you could see yourself, Mr. Anderson. Blind Messiah, helpless. Pathetic.”

– Bane, ‘The Matrix Revolutions’ (2003)

18. “Look past the flesh. Look through the soft gelatin of these dull cow eyes and see your enemy!”

– Bane, ‘The Matrix Revolutions’ (2003)

19. “It is remarkable how similar the pattern of love is to the pattern of insanity.”

– Merovingian, ‘The Matrix Revolutions’ (2003)

20. Appearances can be deceiving.

Agent Smith, ‘The Matrix Revolutions’ (2003)

21. Everything that has a beginning has an end.

Oracle,  ‘The Matrix Revolutions’ (2003)

22. “It is remarkable how similar the pattern of love is to the pattern of insanity.”

– Merovingian, ‘The Matrix Revolutions’ (2003)

23. “Look past the flesh. Look through the soft gelatin of these dull cow eyes and see your enemy!”

– Bane, ‘The Matrix Revolutions’ (2003)

24. “Go ahead, Shoot. The best thing about being me, is there so many mes!”

– Agent Smith, ‘The Matrix Reloaded’ (2003)

25. “I don’t know what he can do to save us. But I do know that as long as there is a single breath left in his body, he will not give up and neither can we.”

– Morpheus, ‘The Matrix Revolutions’ (2003)