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"The Matrix" - Movie Review - Resenha crítica para estudo - 1ºA2 e 1ºA3 - manhã
The Matrix - Movie review
"It's impossible to tell you what "The Matrix" is. You have see it." This is what Laurence Fishburne says. Fishburne plays Morpheus in this sci-fi thriller. But he is not alone.
Keanu Reeves plays Neo, a computer hacker who discovers that the world around him is a computer simulation called Matrix. He learns this from Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne), who also tells him that the Matrix uses humans as fuel in their quest for total domination. Morpheus thinks Neo is the one who can destroy this artificial world. Neo doubts it, but in his adventures with Morpheus and the group of rebels, he starts to believe it an is ready to destroy the Matrix.
The movie is full of mind-blowing special effects. People can dodge bullets and walk on walls. The actors had to go through four months of physical training before making the movie. But if you think they didn't enjoy those months, you're wrong. All of them really appreciated the training before the movie. And they also enjoyed the training that went on during the sooting.
Critics usually don't consider Keanu Reeves a very good actor. But in "The Matrix", he gives a great performance. He looks confused in the firs part of the movie and cool in the second half. Just Perfect. Fishburne is calm and thinks clearly: the perfect leader for the rebels. The audience loves them. Carrie-Anne Moss, who plays Trinity, has no problems in this movie full of male characters.
Directed by Andy and Larry Wachowski, "The Matrix" is one of the best movies ever...
bullet: bala usada em arma de fogo
to dodge: desviar-se
to doubt: duvidar
mind-blowing: super excitante
Postado por Teacher às 06:34