Film The Matrix Resurrections

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Nah that's Tom Ellis. Keanu is close though.
You have good taste my man. His sense of humor is something else. I'm guessing you're referring to the lucifer version of him ?;)
 

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You have good taste my man. His sense of humor is something else. I'm guessing you're referring to the lucifer version of him ?;)
Yeah, especially the way he plays Michael and Lucifer so distinctly. And he can sing too. I don't swing that way, but if I would..
 

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Absolutely love the Matrix trilogy. Impressive characters, the expanding universe including the games and the Animatrix.

I'm pretty hyped for the fourth installment. However, after watching the teaser it felt like alot of elements were taken from the first movie. Hopefully the fourth movie won't be a rehash a la The Force Awakens. I'm kinda hoping for a totally new story.
 

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The first movie is my favourite film. Sadly 2 and 3 did not live up to expectation. I can't for the life of me think that this new one is going to be anything but sub par.
 

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Well, it seems the images in the teasers change depending on your local time.
I saw two slightly different teasers on YT.

Edit:
Go visit the website. Choose the red or blue pill. Different images. Quite impressive.
https://thechoiceisyours.whatisthematrix.com/
 

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The first movie is my favourite film. Sadly 2 and 3 did not live up to expectation. I can't for the life of me think that this new one is going to be anything but sub par.
Yeah I agree with the first part but regardless still wanting to watch and will give into the hype that happens
 

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Choosing those pills in that link freaked me out. Thought it was just a coincidence that the trailer said 8:29 and the next said 8:30 and my clock said the same both times. Chills :lol:
 

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The Matrix was a phenomenon when it released. The original was a brilliant film and the second part was a really good spectacle while obviously not hitting the heights of the first. Third was terrible.

I do think the 4th part may stick out like a sore thumb right now. It was absolutely perfect for the era it could out in, the whole Y2k, IT boom, existential sci fi etc stuff.
 

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weird that Laurence Fishbourne isn't in it

along from Keanu he was the most iconic character
 

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Still havent seen 2 & 3!

Loved the first one.

Watched that in the cinema back in '99. Groundbreaking shit
 

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weird that Laurence Fishbourne isn't in it

along from Keanu he was the most iconic character
His journey in the first 3 films always gives me a chuckle... Went from the coolest fecker on the planet in the first film, to a man who can't shout properly in the second one, to a backseat driver wearing your grandads sweater in the third.
 

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Because it's probably poo.

2 & 3 were poo but this looks like it could be really poo.
Look at Fishburne's filmography, he acts in pretty much anything these days. Maybe Neo is taking on the mantle of the wise leader and they'll have a young new "Neo"? That's what I assumed but who knows. The Wachowski's haven't exactly set the world alight after The Matrix and I doubt this will change that.

His journey in the first 3 films always gives me a chuckle... Went from the coolest fecker on the planet in the first film, to a man who can't shout properly in the second one, to a backseat driver wearing your grandads sweater in the third.
Yeah when you first see him, you think he'll be the Mr. Miyagi or Yoda for The Matrix but he ends up as a damsel in distress by the end :lol:
 

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2nd and 3rd films don't make sense.

Why can Neo control/blow up machines outside matrix?

"Something something WiFi"

Bollocks. They don't know. They ran out of ideas.

There is only one Matrix film
 

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Look at Fishburne's filmography, he acts in pretty much anything these days. Maybe Neo is taking on the mantle of the wise leader and they'll have a young new "Neo"? That's what I assumed but who knows. The Wachowski's haven't exactly set the world alight after The Matrix and I doubt this will change that.


Yeah when you first see him, you think he'll be the Mr. Miyagi or Yoda for The Matrix but he ends up as a damsel in distress by the end :lol:
And then he shows up in John Wick as the Bowery King (the one with all the birds dressed as a homeless guy) who meets John Wick (played by Keanu Reeves). The movie is laden with Matrix references too. They even do the line from the first movie 'What do you need?' 'Guns, lots of guns'.

So I always find myself thinking that's where Morpheus ended up. Would be so much fun if he had a cameo in the Matrix 4 standing on a rooftop with a bunch of birds.
 

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The trailer looks like a rehash of the first film with the mirror effect and the helicoptor scene etc...Is the best we can hope for is that it's an inoffensive addition to the pantheon, eg the comeback Bourne film for Matt Damon (albeit the whole trilogy was strong, not just the first film)?
 

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The trailer looks like a rehash of the first film with the mirror effect and the helicoptor scene etc...Is the best we can hope for is that it's an inoffensive addition to the pantheon, eg the comeback Bourne film for Matt Damon (albeit the whole trilogy was strong, not just the first film)?
Personally I wouldn't mind that so much if it was part of attempt to improve on the original trilogy. A do-over. The Matrix brand was always too strong for WB not to try to milk some more revenue from it. I'm surprised its taken this long
 

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Personally I wouldn't mind that so much if it was part of attempt to improve on the original trilogy. A do-over. The Matrix brand was always too strong for WB not to try to milk some more revenue from it. I'm surprised its taken this long
Like where they just ignored X-men 3 cos it was shite and carried on as if it didn't happen?
 

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Maybe Neo is taking on the mantle of the wise leader and they'll have a young new "Neo"? That's what I assumed but who knows.
I think so too. He turns up for twenty minutes, the new folk are the main characters, everyone thinks "wtf are they doing?" And then it reminds everyone of Black Widow, which is cool because it reminds everyone of Scarlett Johansson, which reminds me of smearing jam over Scarlett Johansson. And then it's a simple "pop", cheeky wank, and off to bed.
 

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Watching them back, I didn't mind 2 as much as I thought I did. It would have been actually good if 3 made any sense at all.

It'll no doubt be both an attempt at a cash cow reboot and a new clever idea, which will fail because it'll end up being neither. I'm not quite fully there, but I'm almost at the point that I feel as if having a Wachowski involved is actually a detriment now too.
 

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Didnt one of the movies (2 or 3) have like a rave dance scene that seemed to last for about half an hour.
And then the KFC colonel scene that was a proper WTF.
 

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The trailer looks like a rehash of the first film with the mirror effect and the helicoptor scene etc...Is the best we can hope for is that it's an inoffensive addition to the pantheon, eg the comeback Bourne film for Matt Damon (albeit the whole trilogy was strong, not just the first film)?
Well, I mean it's called Resurrections, and you'd assume from the way Revolutions ended, that the Matrix simulation restarted yet another time.

And Neo, you know from the 3rd movie,
died.

So his resurrection: was he uploaded back into the Matrix? There's no guarantee that he knows who he really is in this movie.

So maybe they'll be using part of the movie to make a point out of how the simulation runs through a similar pattern of events, before branching out.
 

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:lol:

That felt like a different movie altogether.

The only thing I remember from the sequels are mostly bad stuff.

The only good thing i remember is the twins who looked like 2003 David Beckham.
 

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Well, I mean it's called Resurrections, and you'd assume from the way Revolutions ended, that the Matrix simulation restarted yet another time.

And Neo, you know from the 3rd movie,
died.

So his resurrection: was he uploaded back into the Matrix? There's no guarantee that he knows who he really is in this movie.

So maybe they'll be using part of the movie to make a point out of how the simulation runs through a similar pattern of events, before branching out.
They can also probably rely on people not clearly remembering what happened in 3, given it isn't a film you rematch and it's so fecking long and dry.
 

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They can also probably rely on people not clearly remembering what happened in 3, given it isn't a film you rematch and it's so fecking long and dry.
I think this is going to be a genuine thing. It’s going to be under strict instructions from the producers to make it a film in its own right and not to rely to heavily on people remembering all the thematic symbolism and how it’s knitted into the overarching story