The Wachowski Brothers: Movie Analysis

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We live in a society where were are constantly moving in fast pace environment. This creates a hostile society that is built on lies and manipulation. Since it does not allow people to become their own person. Society pressures its civilians to live by their rules and animosity. therefore this discourages a lot of people from accomplishing out of the ordinary goals. The movie “The Matrix directed by the Wachowski Brothers” adapt the structured world in a futuristic world that shifts it audience member concept toward their opinion toward their society.The film was apart of a movie blockbuster trilogy at the time.Therefore film used the main character Neo to create a shift in society that was the real world and the matrix world to put an end …show more content…
It was created to infect the minds of elders, young adults, and kids for generations. Hollywood at the time was loving all the income that they were earning .Hence the directors tried to achieve with their plot and overall shift similar to when people bring to protest against the unfairest of their country .That shift that happens to Neo, that Neo goes from being in this sort of cocooned and programmed world, to having to participate in the construction of meaning to his life.The directors felt that people have a sense that in order to be happy there is only one specific way to accomplish that goal, such as go to school and then find a stable job to make money. This film illuminates the light in which the Wachowski’s were trying to shine from the beginning. It is the film that solidifies the entire trilogy’s reason and purpose for existing. It is a film that does exactly what the final part of a trilogy is supposed to do: which is to reveal something you believed to be true from the previous two flicks and turn that entire belief upside down. The article The Matrix Revolutions by J Hoberman states that, “The Matrix Revolutions insists on the primacy of faith over knowledge. Once it locks and loads, however, the triumphant visuals short-circuit anything resembling abstract thought”. What this mean is that the films focus more Neo introspective idea on what he thinks the real world would be if the Matrix had never …show more content…
Although the directors had planned to confuse the audience for the ending purposely.So they would not be ridiculed by a predictable ending for the trilogy they created.They still received bad reviews for a confusing ending .The pieces to the entire film that is ‘Revolutions’, I must say it could have come to an a more surpassing conclusion. Since the Blockbuster trilogy was expected to sell well to the public . The Brothers Wachowski didn’t look for easy answers to their complicated film. although they knew the last film was the one movie that was supposed to to tie up any loose ends to the film they had created . Didn’t look for a scapegoat or a cop out. They held their breath and dove nose first into a realm beyond the imagination and found the inspiration to create this

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