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    The Matrix: A movie making Revolution The Matrix is a movie released in the year 1999, and it is considered a cult classic by many moviegoers. In terms of science fiction movies, it ranks highly on many lists and represents what critics consider to be a pioneering way of storytelling. It tells the narrative of a dystopian future. In this new reality, machines rule the world and are harnessing humans as an energy source. The humans are plugged in to a virtual reality which is popularly referred to as the Matrix in the movie. The protagonist, Neo, is awaked from this virtual reality and once aware of the true state of the world bands together with other rebels in a fight against the machines that seek to rule the world. As an educative piece, The Matrix provides an intricate and insightful look into how the future of mankind may evolve given a special set of circumstances while at the same time providing immense entertainment value. The two most compiling aspect of this movie are the revolutionary way it was made and the educational value it imparts.…

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    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…

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    In Orson Scott Card’s surprising novel and film Ender’s Game, Ender Wiggin is burdened with the responsibility of saving the world from their alien enemy, the Buggers. Though every person on the Earth has their own responsibilities some aren’t as important as saving the Earth. In the novel and film Ender faces many obstacles but will soon overcome them. While watching the film there were two differences from the novel that stood out, Ender’s age and when all of the characters were introduced.…

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    move freely, and turn his neck in any direction. Indicating, that one of his first acts of becoming enlightened was learning how to properly move. The prisoners only light source appeared through the vision of the shadows. Therefore, the prisoner's eyes weren’t accustomed to brightness of the sun, and the sun’s beaming rays were hurting his eyes. He believed living in darkness, is easier than living in the light and knowing the truth about the world. The process of becoming enlightened was…

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    journey every hero must endure in order to fully develop into the hero they’re destined to be. One of the most contemporary myths that alludes to the mono myth is the 1999 film, The Matrix. Here, Thomas Anderson or Neo, the protagonist, is separated from the reality he’s always known and awakens to the truth of human existence. Through Campbell’s mono myth it becomes evident just how much they intertwine. In the commencement of a hero’s quest, Campbell states the hero is…

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    The movie that i watched and reminds me about Artificial Intelligence and robotics is the classic science fiction film TERMINATOR 2 and shows us what we have still to learn about Artificial Intelligence.Terminator 2 tells the story of two cyborgs sent back in time from the future,one is the T800 which is living tissue over metal endoskeleton which was performed by the most iconic role Arnold Schwarzenegger to protect the future leader of the human resistance;the other (the T1000, a more advanced…

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    The movie The Matrix, released in the year 1999, was written and directed by Andy Wachowski and Lana Wachowski. The Matrix is a part of the science fiction genre. The definition of science fiction is fiction based on imagined future scientific or technological advances and major social or environmental changes, frequently portraying space or time travel and life on other planets. The Matrix is a good example of its class because it has space travel, when Neo and the group travel back and forth…

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    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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    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…

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    As William Shakespeare, the most famous Elizabethan writer and playwright said, “Ignorance is the curse of God; knowledge is the wing wherewith we fly to heaven.” In this, having knowledge, is to be able to find a higher state of being, and to be ignorant means that one is grounded and cursed, unable to leave. William Shakespeare, the man who wrote Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, Julius Caesar, and so many more works, is believed to one of the smartest and most enlightened men to live. He is…

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