"The Matrix" is an Academy Award-winning futuristic cyberpunk thriller directed by Larry and Andy Wachowski and released in March 1999. The film follows a hacker named Neo as he searches for an answer to the question that has haunted him for years: What is the Matrix?. A rather famous quotation from the film reads "No one can be told what the Matrix is. You have to see it for yourself." (Morpheus). This captures the film's very unique characteristic - that it is much less enjoyable if one watches it knowing what the story is about. The film stars Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss, Hugo Weaving, and Gloria Foster. Its engaging storyline and dazzling visual effects have captured audiences around the globe; the film has sparked a fan following that rivals that of the Star Wars saga. This category is for sites pertaining to the first film in the Matrix series.
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Cinema Review: The Matrix
Detailed synopsis and content rating, images, expanded genre description, user ratings along with demographic information, as well as production notes on several topics.
Cinema.com: Matrix, The
Synopsis, image gallery, related news, and links.
Daily Script: The Matrix
The film's shooting script from March 29, 1998. [PDF]
IMDb: The Matrix
Detailed information about the film, user comments, trivia, quotes, links, and other details.
Lumiere Database: The Matrix
Provides annual ticket sales statistics for the film in European cinemas. Includes totals, breakdown by country, and graphs.
Listing of mistakes made in the film. Also includes corrections, Easter eggs, and frequently asked questions.
Movies For Busy People: The Matrix
Plot summary for the film.
The Slip-Up Archive: The Matrix
Collection of user-submitted bloopers in the film. Includes user comments and votes.
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