The concept of Matrix as a form of existence is popularized by Wachowski Brothers in “The Matrix”. Many researchers, studied this film, try to answer the question: “What is the truth? Is it possible to see the truth?” …
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The Matrix depicts that human intelligence is a strong force which cannot be repeated or mechanically restored. The movie portrays human intelligence is based on such issues as reasoning, thinking, and problem solving. People differ in their ability to reason effectively. However, the cognitive processes responsible for human actions and performance cannot be repeated by machines. The movie portrays that most people live in quite large social groups, and their intelligence evolved to cope with the demands of social life, the need to learn one's place in a social hierarchy, how to interact with one's social superiors and inferiors, how to co-operate with others, and how, sometimes, to outwit them. In the article, Lazar underlines that: “power in itself is deceptive as it is based on a paradox: it allows the taste of truth/knowledge but causes its own end (and arguably the end of truth/knowledge)” Using such characters as Neo, Morpheus and Trinity, the movie portrays that only human beings have the ability to think and apply decision-making to complex situations. Machines are unable to think flexibly. The Matrix shows that people go one step further by attributing, the possession of a 'theory of mind' which, they proposed, underlay the machines ability to understand, control, or predict the behavior of others. The idea has been taken up by numerous fiction writers, some of whom have argued that we possess a domain-specific 'theory of mind module'.
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When Neo gains an audience with Morpheus, he learns that humans are nothing more than batteries for vengeful machines. They are grown in what remains of the real world, but their minds are connected to the Matrix, a computer-generated reality. Morpheus and Trinity believe that Neo might be ‘The One’ to break the humans free from the grasp that the sentient machines have on them.
Movies 1) Action – The Matrix 2) Comedy – Rush Hour 3 3) Drama – The Shawshank Redemption 4) Horror – Scream 5) Musical – The Phantom of the Opera 6) Romance – Titanic 7) Science Fiction – Avatar 8) Documentary – Fahrenheit 9/11 9) War – Saving Private Ryan 10) Western – Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid 11) Cartoon – Shrek Movie Review #1 – Rush Hour 3 Rush Hour 3 is the third movie of the Rush Hour franchise.
The only connection between these two worlds is a set of chairs attached to a computer that transports the characters from the real world into the matrix and back. The intention of the filmmaker seems to be the portrayal of particular concepts concerning society and human life.
Directed by Kimberly Peirce and co-written by Andy Bienen, the film stars Hilary Swank in the role of Brandon Teena whose powerful acting paved the way for her receiving Best Actress in the Academy Awards. Brandon Teena was a transsexual man who was allegedly beaten up brutally, raped and tortured by his male partners after they discovered that Teena had a female by body.
We will see them in the film as the dominant characters that will make the entire concept of the film complete. The film is full of concepts that are worth pondering about, while it effectively deals with the vast issues hovering over the humanity in the past and in the future.
Various genres of movies have come about, with the film noir being a popular one. However, one such genre that came up as a novelty and established the trend of the Neo Noir, which became the amalgamation of science fiction and the film noir.
The "Matrix" embodies the previous scientific and philosophical knowledge, archetypes and paradigms which uncover the essence of our existence and roots of eternal truth.
Our knowledge of universe is structured, and we are not capable to open these predetermined structures which constrict our reality.
III. Special effects technology, such as that which created the bullet time' unique to this film, is an integral componential element of the filmmakers' success at synthesising between the real and the unreal.
IV. The superimposition of two discernibly differentiated times, the real versus the unreal, is a revolutionary cinematographic development, if assessed from the perspective of technological requirements.
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, directed by the Taiwanese filmmaker Ang Lee, is a spectacular martial arts film. The film revolves around a stolen 400-year-old sword, with the key characters on pursuit of it thereby revealing all the mysteries behind it.
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