The Living Force
Here’s a frame by frame breakdown of trailers and teasers.
Or, it is only together that they are one. The frame breakdown I posted above is a bit more in-depth look at the previews. I’m still excited to see it.For those who enjoy the ruthless, fast drinking-thinking-Critical Drinker, he pretty much concurs with the general sentiment of why this, why now? - and suggests the word on the street is that it could be so that Trinity gets to replace Neo as the genuine chosen one (hence her resurrection)... I half assume we can take that as a three-quarters given...
It is the Gnostic Bible retelling via movie. As many may know, Gnosticism was a sect whose goal was to preserve knowledge in its original format. As to not be modified by culture, rulers, changes in language, etcThinking of the Matrix series with 'Judaic Christianity' vs Paul's gospel in mind, it seems to me that the Wachowskis reached the limits of their basic idea when they couldn't/wouldn't develop 'being awake in the real world' - which is a dystopian nightmare - into 'transcendence to a better world'. You've got physical Zion as both 'promised land' and 'kernel of revolution through which to overthrow the oppressors'. And that's it. At least, that's where they left it in Revolutions.
Nice solving! Numbers aren't just numbers eh! They're code!On the number coincidences, Neo’s passport from the original movie expires 9/11/2001. After the events of 9/11, we could no longer get a free pass to partake in the mass hypnosis. That expired! But we could still renew the delusion or to use the Matrix analogy, take the blue pill. And now 20 years on, those that still deny any conspiracy surrounding the events of 9/11, as a cohort, are mostly likely in the most danger right now. It’s fascinating that one would literally need to be taking blue pills constantly to remain in denial over the last 20 years. And that appears to be the theme of the 4th movie. Interesting how that works.
Back to some curious numbers, the first film was first released at Mann Village Theatre 24/3/1999. Adding those digits together equals 37. It also runs for 136 minutes, that also adds to 37. They both whittle down to 1 (3+7=10 etc.) “The One” is the theme of the movie.
37 also evenly divides all repeating three digit numbers (37x3, 37x6, 37x9 and so on equals 111, 222, 333 etc). The only other numbers with this property are 111, three, and one. It’s cool that adding the answer gives us the number that 37 was multiplied by (1+1+1 = 3, 2+2+2 = 6 etc.).
And the fourth movie, the release date 22 December 2021 adds up to 12 (2+2+1+2+2+0+2+1=12). And of course, 37x12 = 444. Crazy stuff!
Thank you for sharing the article. Summary isRehash the review out of RUssia says, where it's already released: The Matrix Resurrections pushes nostalgia buttons, but does little else — RT Games & Culture
The stakes were so low that at the end of the film, it felt like everything that just happened over the course of 2.5 hours didn’t really matter at all.
And maybe that was the whole point of the movie – to make an uninspired and unnecessary sequel which acknowledges the fact that its existence is merely due to some studio executives trying to milk some cash out of a well-known franchise. The post-credit scene pretty blatantly states that ‘film is dead’ and they should have just made a Cat Matrix to have it go viral.
Just finished watching it and overall it's pretty decent. Better than expected.Nevertheless, visit cards were left discreetly, both by the 3D PTB mindsets (ongoing Plandemic and "what the sheeples really want, ain't freedom") as well hints on what 4D STS desires the most in terms of increased output from human energies.