For example – just for For the sake of argument, of course – you hate yourself. Given this, three details about your life can be assumed. One is that you miss a certain period in the past. High school, college, whatever — you miss it. Another is that, in order to relive those glory days, you pursue a return to the senses, usually some combination of ice cream, pizza, and a computer screen, with a shameless, sticky-fingered intemperance.In the end, you either don’t see it, or you do see it and hate it, the most disastrous misunderstanding of the last year box office bomb, Matrix resurrection.
These things are very painfully related. Matrix 4 No bombing because it sucks.it was bombed because of itself about Self-hating nostalgia and screen tyranny are hated by netizens who hate nostalgia. Following this logic, who must make up the core constituency of moviegoers. HBO Max is resurrected resurrection For streaming earlier this month. do you know? even care? Absolutely not, that’s your whole problem. You, like Neo, fail to grasp what you need most in this world, which is the reality of your reality.if Matrix 4 Failing at anything is because self-haters never want to look in the mirror.
Although it might realize exactly that. Lana Wachowski’s film almost burns with a mirror, self-examination. The first shot is of an upside-down man walking towards us. It turned out to be a reflection in a puddle. We’re reversing and reversing, and Wachowski is signaling, not just movies.The first third or so of the film retells the events of the first matrix, but it’s bad and unconvincing. “Why use the old code,” one character asks, “to reflect the new?” The film criticizes, even hates itself. It looks in the mirror and doesn’t like what it sees.
Neo too. We see him slumped on his workstation, staring at the old green rain thread, in agony.In this resurrected Matrix, he is a world-renowned game designer, and original trilogy Just a game of his own creation, not real. At one point, believing it to be true, he attempted suicide. “Am I crazy?” he asked his therapist. “We don’t use that word here,” the therapist replied. Yes, Neo is now undergoing treatment.
It’s just… bad treatment. As soon as we meet the therapist in stylish blue-rimmed glasses, he starts updating Neo’s prescription: blue pill. Listen to the words used by the therapist: “What are you Feel At that moment? ” “This attack works took away your voice. ” “His violence trigger you. ” “We talked The value of adaptive anger in human trauma. Therapeutic apps enable better conversations, that’s the point. Soon, the truth came out: the architect who failed the original Matrix had been replaced by this guy. He was called the analyst. In other words, the existence of the new enslaved masses , Matrix resurrectionis an ordinary therapist.
You start to see why you don’t like this movie. Matrix 4 Not only does it force you to face your own pain – it also makes it clear that there is no easy way out. Pills don’t work; cheap remedies don’t speak. (To escape Matrix 2.0, you actually had to hack into a mirror.) Later, the analyst explained to Neo how he programmed the new simulation. He uses Neo himself and Trinity as the basis for a kind of general mind control. He knew they needed each other, so he made their relationship impossible, that’s all. Wachowski advises that all it takes to control you is to keep the things you want most out of reach forever.