(PG-13: Language) “As you all know, the quietest way to kill a man is to just put your arms over his eyes.” Dunkey plays the 2005 game The Matrix: Path of Neo. It’s obviously broken or modded, but man those cutscenes should have been cut scenes.
There is no spoon. Burger Fiction cut out all the bits of The Matrix Trilogy that didn’t move the plot forward, summing up the entire story in just 90 seconds. We love how they gave less than 30 seconds to Reloaded and Revolutions, because that’s all they really deserve.
The Matrix was arguably one of the greatest science fiction movies of all time. Here, Screen Junkies reminds us what we loved about the original, and why its two sequels were, uh, not quite as memorable. Neo, this is loco.
Neo has to hide out from Agent Bill Lumbergh as he comes around looking for the latest T.P.S. report in this amusing combination of two incredibly classic movies, both released in 1999.
Good artists copy, great artists steal. We learn that yet again in this examination of the Wachowski’s 1999 classic The Matrix, which clearly found plenty of inspiration in many earlier films.
If only Neo’s problem was as simple as defeating Trinity’s Seven Evil Exes, then maybe the trilogy wouldn’t have been so freaking vague and convoluted. Neo, this is loco!
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