People love to watch movies that are action packed throughout. They like to stay on their toes and not get bored with the movie. The Matrix is full of action and adventure. It is directed and written by Andy Wachowski and Lana Wachowski. The Matrix stars a well-known cast in the movie industry. Keanu Reeves plays a computer programmer named Neo. Carrie Anne Moss is Trinity, a computer hacker. The two contact an excellent computer hacker called Morpheus. Morpheus informs Neo that humans are fighting against machines that are taking over the whole world. Morpheus says that they are really in 2199. Although, a stimulation of 1999 is where the humans have been...also known as the Matrix. Morpheus is part of a group who picks people to help them fight the machines to take their world back. Neo trains to be become a part of the group. The group along with Neo want to exit the Matrix to take on the machines, but are constantly stopped by police agents. Morpheus and Trinity escape the Matrix while Neo has to defeat an agent. Neo is shot and killed but a kiss from Trinity brings him back to life.
The Matrix has two different sequels, The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions, because of the success of the first one. The Matrix is rated R for violence and language. Parents should decide whether the language and violence is unfit for their children. The language includes a lot of cursing and may not be suitable for children or teens. The style of martial arts as become well-known around the world. Viewers will enjoy the slow movement in the movie so they can see all aspects of the action. This is known as the bullet effect. You get to see each bullet soar through the air before it lands.
The Matrix was released in 1999 causing a huge success at box offices in the USA and other countries. It become the top selling DVD of all time. The film shows the world in the future and machines are taking over the humans. The Matrix won many movie awards including Best Science Fiction Film. It also won Oscar awards for visual effects and sound editing. This movie is among on of the most all time watched movie in the world. Viewers can rest assure that they will be 100% entertained and will want to add this movie to their DVD collection.
Keanu Reeves should really think about investing in a good, tall fence. The actor had his second home invader of the month this week, as a woman broke into Reeves' private home...or rather, she walked right into Reeves' home through the open front door. Reeves was not home at the time, but his cleaning staff was there and found the woman. However, it seems that they didn't realize she was an intruder and thought she might be a guest, so they let her skinny dip in the pool and take a shower before giving Reeves a call.
It's Independence Day weekend, which means fireworks and barbeque for everybody. But the 4th of July is also a time to reflect on the freedom we have as Americans, and the cost at which it came to us. Or, it's at least a time to watch movies about freedom. Right? Here's a list of five movies about freedom that you might not have associated with the 4th of July before. And none of them star Will Smith. "The Matrix" So it's set thousands of years in the future and there's no mention of America, much less any trace of it.
Keanu Reeves will be taking all those skills he learned in "The Matrix" and taking them to television. The actor is set to start in the upcoming series "Rain," based on the novels of Barry Eisler. The story will follow John Rain, a half-American, half-Japanese hitman who kills people all over the world for a contract company. The heart of the show will be in Rain's inability to find any emotional connections to people, and we can already see the potential for a slightly episodic approach in having him off a different target every week.