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    Resisting The Matrix

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    Resisting the Matrix Resistance is a mental state. The Matrix is designed to make it easy to accept what it tells you, and to make it hard to filter the Truth from the lies. Resisting the Matrix requires understanding its operating principles and assumptions, rejecting them, and helping others to do the same. The Matrix is fascist, the Matrix is deceptive, and the Matrix is bureaucracy. The Matrix is essentially the rule of the institution over the individual…

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    Symbolism In The Matrix

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    symbols in “The Matrix” enhanced how the movie was to be perceived, often of the difference between reality and an illusion. The most striking part of the main characters within the Matrix is their sunglasses, which are worn by those in the Nebuchadnezzar and the “agents”. These sunglasses, which cover their eyes (a symbol of understanding), symbolize their state of sleep or ignorance. As the crew, who are asleep, wear the sunglasses to represent sleeping and being in the matrix, the agents wear…

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    Archetype In The Matrix

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    Morpheus can be recognized with the archetype of The Ruler as he was able to effectively lead, manage and integrate all characters of the Nebuchadnezzar. Morpheus was the leader of the group of rebels in the real world and was always very strong, intelligent and brave. He assumed a leadership role within the group from the very beginning of the film and most of the times, he was the one who made the tough decisions within the group. He was the first to believe that Neo was “The One” and always…

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    The Matrix Wachowskis

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    The film The Matrix follows the character Neo as he is thrust into a new reality much different than what he thought was true. In this new reality otherwise known as the real world it is revealed that the world that Neo was living in was actually a computer program known as the matrix. This program was created by robotic machines who harvest bodies (of the people in the program) for an energy source. The film follows Neo and others who have been freed from the matrix, as they rebel against the…

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    Metaphysics In The Matrix

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    facts about the values demonstrating to anything that appears to be genuine. The second autopsy pursues to reveal what is eventually genuine, regularly giving solutions in severe difference to the daily knowledge of the universe. From the movie “The Matrix,” the storyline behind its filming lies behind the philosophical point of view. The movie leaves the audience with lots of questions in their minds. For instance, the movie hoovers around the theme of metaphysical like when Neo asks, “what…

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    Noël Carroll argues that for something to be considered a film it must have the essential attribute of movement. She does so by arguing the case of Serene Velocity, which incorporates perception of movement on screen from still images. This essay will explore her argument that the film is doing metaphysical philosophy due to movement, and its existence as a thought experiment, then discuss how the short film, Night Table, satisfies her argument. My aim is not to focus on the content that is…

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    On Tuesday, October 20, 2015, I spent the day at Media Elementary School in the Rose Tree Media School District assisting 4th-grade teacher Mrs. Williamson. Mrs. Williamson is a teacher with 23 years of experience and she spent most her career with Media Elementary School. The school day for the students begins at 9:00 am and ends at 3:30 pm. I was supposed to report at 8:45 am as the teacher began preparing for the class few minutes before the students entered the classroom. I reached there at…

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    What do movies like The Wizard Of Oz, The Godfather, and Star Wars have in common? These movies aren’t just good, they aren’t just great. They’re classics. But what makes these movies a masterpiece? Most would say the actors or the script, which is true. But these are not what leaves you walking out of the theatre with a smile on your face. Every movie is like a puzzle, and each element is a puzzle piece. All of these pieces come together to create the film, and if any of the pieces are missing…

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    The medium of film is such a powerful tool, that it influences thehuman mind in a very subtle manner. It is so accessible that one can even watch them on their phones, holding it in their hands. It manipulates our daily life in such an unnoticeable manner. It does it through advertisement, television shows and films as well. It chooses to focus on particular narratives and gives so much importance to them that the audience not only becomes more informed, but it triggers thought in the audience…

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    Books are often made into movies with the same titles and relatively the same plots, but it is rare to find a novel and a movie with completely different plots with so many similarities. Wall-E, an animated film about a robot, and The Handmaid’s Tale, a novel about a society where women are going sterile, can both be classified as having dystopian societies. In fact, they have many characteristics of a dystopian society in common. A few of these similarities include living in a dehumanized state…

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