In this second of several films to come, the spirituality so affirmed by various imbedded symbols is given a twist that catches our attention and increases the complexity of the film, yet makes the spiritual message ambiguous. The first example of this is the worship in the temple. Facing the imminent destruction of Zion by the machines that are warring against humans, Morpheus is invited by Councilor Dillard Robin Nevin to speak to the congregation within a great cavernous temple.
This is a list of minor characters from The Matrix franchise universe. Many of the characters listed here have names reflecting certain aspects of them, such as their status, personality or role. He and Switch his lover are portrayed as front-line soldiers while inside the Matrix, acting as "point" and "rear guard" in their escape from the Agents and police and laying down covering fire as they make their way into the sewers.
I was all in on the bigger world the Wachowskis were setting up, and spent the summer and fall endlessly theorizing online about what the conclusion, The Matrix Revolutionscould hold. Then the sequel came out, was the cinematic equivalent of a big, wet fart, and my high opinion of Reloaded faded away. Look no further than the Merovingian.
Skip to content. Skip to navigation. The Merovingian Lambert Wilson is an enigmatic antagonist of the Matrix trilogy who describes himself as a trafficker in information.
One of the recurring features that we do in Fun with Franchises a feature within a feature is, after we finish watching a film, we go through and pick out our favorite images from that film. These images could be anything from really famous images from the film or franchise, really beautifully composed shots, shots that are funny to us because of the facial expressions being made in them or because of what we said about them in the article in which they appeared, or simply because they have boobs in them. How we do this is, in the same way we watch the films, Colin and I separately pick out about ten to fifteen shots that we really liked.
This thread is a continuation of the uber-thread about the Matrix Reloaded. Those figures are a complete fabrication. The architect states that each version of the matrix lasts the same amount of time as it takes from the emergence of one integral annomally to the next.
I didn't feel the need to write what you're about to read until I heard a guy talking loudly about the movie in a bookstore a few weeks ago. Someone asked if he had seen the movie and what he thought about it. Most of what he said was based off of misconceptions, and with a storyline this complex, one can understand the confusion.