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    Is Neo really “the One”? “The Matrix” is a very well organized movie. There are many different scenes that symbolize various types of conclusions about society. Neo, Trinity, Morpheus, Cypher, Switch, as well as many other characters have different meanings to their names. In order to see all of the symbolic references in “The Matrix” you need to look very closely. “The Matrix” illustrates that modern-day life may not be as simple and complex as it could be. Characters in “The Matrix” are part of a symbolizing system; each character held their own meaning to what they represented in the story The name Morpheus in Greek mythology, means the God of dreams. (Morpheus Name Meaning) In the movie, he is the leader of the rebel forces who fight to…

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    Here, his/her strength and ability is tested resulting in a learning experience for the hero to mature. This is the moment where the hero touches rock bottom and faces possibility of death in order to be resurrected. Neo, in The Matrix, is completely blown away by the truth of the real world. He doesn’t want to accept that humans are bred for energy and demands to go back to reality. At this point Neo hits a all time low and makes the decision of not continuing on with life knowing this stunning…

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    causes to show up. Their reality is a bunch of 2D pictures on a wall that are grey, such as most shadows are, and they have only heard the sounds they make, and the sounds that the people who keep them imprisoned make. Just as the chains in ¨Allegory of the Cave¨ are real and able to be seen by the prisoners, the chains that keep the prisoners of the matrix in line are there, but since the prisoners are in a dream world, the chains are unable to be seen. Neo and Morpheus meet for the first time…

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    A very white, vampiric looking man lives a boring life of what seems to be a daily routine, dragging himself from his house to work and back again. One day Neo starts questioning the world around him through late night computer hacking and discovers a man named Morpheus whom comes around with the answers; telling Neo that he lives in world controlled by machines and everything is not what it seems. Morpheus gives him the option of getting out of this alternate reality through a red pill. He gets…

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    film, Neo is contacted by the legendary Morpheus, who offers him a choice; the red pill, or the blue pill. The red pill represents knowledge, and will wake Neo up and show him the truth – that he is living a lie as a slave to machines. The blue pill is ignorance, and will wipe Neo’s memory and take him back to the life he knows. After Neo has taken the red pill, he is graced with the knowledge of the matrix, and joins the fight against the machines to free humanity. From the beginning…

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    The Matrix Research Paper

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    and computer hacker by night. He always questioned his reality, but the truth is far beyond his imagination. He is recruited by an underground rebel named Morpheus. Morpheus explains that Neo and everyone else has been living in is an illusion generated by a massive computer called the Matrix. He finds out that most human beings are not born, but are created by machines so that they can harvest their bioelectric and heat energy and fulfill their electricity needs. The minds of such people are…

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    One man is released and leaves the cave. At first he is blinded by the light, and them he begins to see what is real and understands that what he knew before he left the cave is not reality. He returns to the cave and tries to make the others still chained understand that what they know is not real, but they are not open to new ideas because that is all they have even known. This Allegory refers to Neo being awakened by Morpheus to reality and Neo sees the light of true reality and attempts…

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    In the Bible, Zion is the City of David; the city which God loved and showed His favour to. • The scriptures say that we must die to ourselves and live unto Christ, because Christ died to give us life and victory. And so it is in the Matrix, Neo dies and from that point on, he hails the destruction of the Matrix. • Neo had a choice of the red pill or the blue pill. We too have this choice. Do we want to know the Truth (the red pill) or do we just want to forget about it, wake up, and believe…

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    possible. There are things in this universe that cannot be explained, like déjà vu, apparitions, miracles, unseen energies given off from person to person, and more. It can be depressing to think about how much we might be missing out on, so much so that we’ve constructed drugs that awaken our senses and unlock new colors, smells, and images. Another question that The Matrix brings up is whether The Matrix itself, constructed to be a community to shelter humans from the fact that their world is…

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    Film Analysis: The Matrix

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    However, he does die in the first movie and comes back to save humanity, fitting one point. Though... That is the only point he fits... The One is also said to rebel against his own creators, the machines. Neo wasn't created by the machines; he was created by human reproduction. Smith, however, was created by the machines; the Oracle to be exact. And he does rebel against the system. When interrogating Morpheus, Smith removes his earpiece, his main connection to the machines. In doing so, he…

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