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Submitted by Smooth (Jul 14, 2005) 
I think that this is one of the best movies that there is out in the world today because it is high quality filming and takes film making to a whole new level. One of the best things about this movies is you can watch it as many times as you want and it will never get old. This movie is consider to be the starting points for the making of multiple angles on a camera and shoting so many shots per minute. I especially like the fight scenes that are throughout the whole movie because they are more packed with action then the normal action film and it has a sense of mystery to it as you go throuhg the movuie waiting for anything to happen.
Submitted by Anonymous (Sep 20, 2004) 
This is one of the greatest films of all time. It presented ideals and imagery NEVER before seen or heard. This film is just high class! There is no reason to go on and on about the plot or the soundtrack or the actors, they all play off each other PERFECTLY. The world needed this film to make way for other surreal films, an important and historical film. ISHSAN!
Submitted by Dean (Apr 10, 2002) 
This movie is nothing but a reason for a showcase of special effects - yes they deserved the oscars, the fx are good, BUT, their is nothing enjoyable in this film apart from some dazzling effects. I get no joy out of seeing a guy in slow motion dodge bullets. In SLOW motion. Booooring. Go get a real movie, not one that throws up pointless questions about 'what is real'. What kind of a question is that?
Submitted by melcrow@popmail.com (Jan 19, 2002) 
Wow! Awesome story, special effects, kung fu fighting scenes, and performances. You can't pass this one up.
Keanu Reeves find out that his whole life is a dream and that he is only living as a power source for the computers and machines that have taken over the world sometime ago. He finds out that in this computer system that he has remarkable powers and capabilites.
A lot of religious similarites as well. A definite A+ in the action film series. I also find it amusing that it won 4 academy awards for special effects over Star Wars Episode I.
Submitted by Tom (May 04, 2001) 
A great movie! The effects continually astound you, as will the cinematography. The story is fast-paced, yet thought-provoking. The characters look and act cool with attitude to spare, yet aren't just cardboard cut-outs. A nice blend of hard SF and action. Best of all, Keanu's dumb guy (how many times, in how many roles, can he stare vacantly and go "Whoa!"?) schtick works as his character is definitely in way over his head.
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