I went to see it again last night. Yep, Keannu (sp?) can't act very
well, but I'm still of the mind that it would make a great book if
written by a good sci-fi author. There's a lot of material there to
explore, 200 years of human history, how much can people bend the matrix
to their will? (the spoon bit..)
I'm a voracious reader and I appreciated the build up of the plot. It
was quiet compared to other films, and the lead actor didn't help there,
but the other actors made up for that.
Martin Feeney wrote:
>> > In fairness, I can't really see the Matrix as being big on plot/acting either.
> > But it is a GREAT film to watch. Particularly in a cinema. For me the best
> > comedy moment was the metal detector scene.
>> And the most unbelievable moment was when a manager insisted that a
> developer (who was wearing a suit) be in to work on time.
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