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The Matrix 1999

A computer hacker learns from mysterious rebels about the true nature of his reality and his role in the war against its controllers...

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@Logi-Wan im talking bout the story where they were trying to make the machines changes sides and they went to this different place where they was all gold
@bluechips What one? There's multiple stories, I don't remember the order, so don't know what girl you're talking about. Although I've watched each story multiple times, it's been about 4 years since I've seen it last. Don't remember any girl crying.
Also curious who was the one who down voted my comment... All I did was explain what the Matrix was and how it tied into the Matrix, as well as recommending anyone who hasn't seen it, but loved the Matrix, to watch it. I guess someone hates the Animatrix?
This movie never gets old!! 10/10
@Logi-Wan why was the gilr scared at the end of anamatrix
its crazy some ppl consider this movie science fiction when it is not its what goes on everyday if you are aware
awesome!!!
Pleather pants,check. Rotary phones, check..trench coat..check...phone booths...what are those?? Excellent movie. I bet partying with Keanu would be a ball.
I wanna see this on the big screens again. My all time absolute favorite movie.
@raginmjolnir
It covers what led up to the war between man and machine and also has some that tie in with the movie, like the kid that's always following Neo around. And there's some that I'm not sure when it takes place, just that it's after humanity has been enslaved, but before the end of the war.
If you haven't seen it yet, and you really liked The Matrix, I definitely recommend watching it. It does a great job of delving deeper into the history and philosophy of the Matrix.
@Logi-Wan
Where does animatrix fall into the scheme of things chronologically? Is it stand-alone?
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