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There is some speculation, but producer Javi Grillo-Marxuach said there is no connection between ALIE's (Lady in Red) VR City of Light, and the Matrix Blue/Red Pill. Then we get things like: It's hard to imagine that the entire Season 3 plot isn't somewhat inspired by the Matrix, but the Matrix isn't the first to do ...


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Most software developers (not so much in today's world) used to have the skills of a hacker; he most definitely was a hacker during the night and a real-job guy in the day. Hacking is a hobby, a skill, a buzz to him, and that day he did actually go to the club after he saw the rabbit sign again. He always knew something was up. As an expert computer ...


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No. Most clever outlaws have two lives. One is the "normal" life where you go to work and you kiss your wife and you pay all your taxes on time. An example of a "normal" life is Mister Brooks when he is working at the office during the day building boxes. There is a second life. Let's call this life your "criminal" life where Mister Brooks gets out of bed ...


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Neo: You ever have that feeling where you're not sure if you're awake or still dreaming? This line is specifically pointing out that Neo doesn't fit in the Matrix. He's one of the one percent (no pun intended) that don't accept the Matrix as presented. The Architect: As I was saying, she [The Oracle] merely stumbled upon a solution where nearly 99% ...


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Thomas Anderson isn't leading two separate lives (in a literal sense), he's simply burning the candle at both ends and suffering the consequences of trying to reconcile getting up early to go to his day-job at Meta Cortex with staying up late chatting on hacker boards. The inevitable result is sleep deprivation and a poor work ethic with persistently ...



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