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    Introduction The matrix is one of the most fascinating narratives piece of science fiction films ever been released in the late nineties, in the movie there are several distinct features that stimulates a lot of crucial questions about human existence, the world that we are living in and how we distinguish between what is real and what is not real. This piece of writing will analyze the Matrix film by means of sequence analysis, it will also focus on mis-en-scene and all elements that will…

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    The Matrix: Film Analysis

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    Raghunthan (2011) provides a reflection from a scene in the movie “The Matrix” demonstrating a choice we all make in life. Morpheus gives Neo a choice between two pills—a red pill and a blue pill. "Take the blue pill," says Morpheus, "and the story ends. You awake in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe." "You take the red pill," he continues, "you stay in Wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes. Remember: All I'm offering is the truth, nothing more. Morpheus…

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    The Matrix, Plato and Descartes There are several obvious similarities between these three works. In The Matrix, the protagonist Neo is a man who learns that his entire existence has been a lie. He has been living in a computer generated dream world along with the rest of humanity. His perceived reality was not actual, he has been deceived. The Matrix has created a false reality for him. Only once he has been given a pill is he able to awaken from his dream state and enter the ‘real world’…

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    In The Matrix, Neo is living in what he believes is a true reality because it’s so unbelievably vast and doesn’t often show signs of falsity and when it does, for example when we experience déjà vu, it’s common to shrug it off like it’s some strange trick of the mind. Neo is a special case because he is having trouble accepting that this world is the real truth. This is what distinguished him from the rest of the world, making him “The One”. The Matrix and the allegory of the cave…

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    seems. Morpheus gives him the option of getting out of this alternate reality through a red pill. He gets out of the system in order to receive training by Morpheus and defeat the three suited men that control the whole system. In the movie, “The Matrix” by Joel Silver, there are many motifs parallel to philosophy. Plato’s allegory of the cave is one running…

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    MALLO HIC NUMBER; MALJC1403 MODULE; MASS COMMUNICATION TEACHER; MS NINA FEDERLEY DATE; JULY 20 2015. THE MATRIX AS A BIBLICAL STORY The Matrix is a current movie and the Bible is a piece of inspired literature that has withstood scrutiny throughout the ages. The Matrix has many biblical themes and it parallels the Bible in numerous ways. Let me briefly explain a simplified plot of The Matrix. The story centres around a computer-generated world that has been created to hide the truth from…

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    The Matrix, on the other hand, is more than just a thought experiment. It is a narrative that is judged aesthetically, and as such its success requires that its creators produce something that will captivate and engage an audience. Carroll has asserted that, narratives, far from being complete, have gaps which need to be filled by the audience. That is, creators of narratives do not spell-out every detail of the narrative, instead, narratives rely on the elicitation of moral emotions from an…

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    Meditations, Descartes gives us a very solid statement about his theory on what we might call the “Matrix.” This is an epistemological argument that dares to question nature, and the truth behind everything we know as humans. Descartes began to live by this epistemological theory that much of what we know about this world is adequate, but there is no such thing as the certain truth. In the movie titled, The Matrix, we see Descartes cogito ergo sum, or “I think, therefore I am” theory come…

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    Wachowski siblings film, The Matrix, and Campbell’s hero’s journey. While producing this film, the siblings used the hero’s journey as the backbone. It starts out with the call to adventure, then the road of trials, and later the apotheosis. The apotheosis is the point in which the character has gained further insight is attained. With having this greater knowledge, the hero is now able to go on to a more arduous adventure. In the Wachiowski’s Siblings film The Matrix, Neo’s pout of realization…

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    The Allegory of The Matrix Famous astronomer Galileo Galilei once said that “All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them”. He is a renowned intellectual as well as an astronomer, he believed in always finding the truth. He believed that it is the most important aspect of life. This is very similar to the views of Plato and the Wachowskis’, they believe that even if the truth is hidden from us, we must strive to find it. In Plato's "Allegory of the…

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