Discussion in 'Black Entertainment' started by Dove, Nov 7, 2003.
What did Y'all Think?????????
Not to get to deep into for the ones who has not seen it yet!!!!!
This movie was a very multi-layered flim. It can be broken down in many ways.. You got the oracle (black Female) Vs the architec (White Male).. and their struggle for control /balance...
Did anyone notice how The Sistas in this installment took control..
haven seen it yet .....thanks for the enlightment.....wow
yo, the sistahs really owned it, yeah, which is one a tha reasons I dig the film. Actually the last two - first Matrix was still a little white. But the council was mostly female, which I loved, and lotta sistahs in the last two flicks. Jada Pinkett's driving in #3 saved the day, actually - she was bossin around Morpheus.
I like the Matrix movies cuz they represent people of all races: black, asian, white, east Indian, etc. Wish all movies were that egalitarian.
i finally saw it and I enjoyed it. Most of my co-workers hated it because it didn't answer anything. But I thought the movie was reflective of Biblical references and things, so it made plenty of sense. I do have a confession to make ...I have never seen the first Matrix in its entirety because I feel asleep on it (twice). I went to see the second one and it was boring and sometimes so redundant that I was ready to scream in the theatre. The third one had great action scenes and the black women did represent nicely. I enjoyed it. Neo giving up a lot for the betterment of his people. Symbolic...
overall...It was a whole lot better than #2.
I really didnt like this movie or the second one
I thought the first was the best and it could have ended there
II & III were all about the benjamins........
It sucked BIG TIME. I fell asleep.....twice trying to watch that horrible movie. After the first one it was down hill.
i thought the third matrix was great. didnt like the second.
The First Matrix was a classic, The Gaytrix Reloaded and The Gaytrix Revolutions were absolutely pitfull, and were filled with so many plot holes, that even the gods of film could not patch them up.
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