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1. 1. Which character was a previous incarnation of the One?

2. 2. Which religion is referenced in The Matrix trilogy?

3. 3. How does the Nebuchadnezzar initially contact Neo?

4. 4. Who persistently refers to Neo as Mr. Anderson?

5. 5. How does Trinity resurrect Neo, when he dies in The Matrix?

6. 6. How does Neo resurrect Trinity, when she dies in The Matrix Reloaded?

7. 7. What proverb is written in Latin over the Oracle’s kitchen door?

8. 8. Why do Morpheus, Trinity, and Neo initially visit the Merovingian?

9. 9. Which crew member’s body does Agent Smith infiltrate?

10. 10. Who makes a deal with Agent Smith to sell out Morpheus in The Matrix?

11. 11. Why do Tank, Trinity, and Neo consider killing Morpheus in The Matrix?

12. 12. How do freed minds leave the Matrix and return to the real world?

13. 13. What’s in the package that Agent Smith delivers to Neo at the start of The Matrix Reloaded?

14. 14. Who ultimately delivers the Keymaker to Morpheus, Trinity, and Neo?

15. 15. Who pilots the Hammer back into Zion at the end of The Matrix Revolutions?

16. 16. Who created the Matrix?

17. 17. Who speaks at the first assembly at Zion?

18. 18. Where is Zion?

19. 19. About what year is it in the ravaged real world?

20. 20. What visions does Neo have throughout The Matrix Reloaded?

21. 21. What visions does Neo have throughout The Matrix Revolutions?

22. 22. What happens after Neo is resurrected in The Matrix?

23. 23. Why does Seraph fight Neo the first time they meet?

24. 24. Who has agreed to care for Sati?

25. 25. When the machines run the planet, for what purpose do they use the humans?

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First movie when Neo is pulled from the matrix

by angela_sasser1, April 15, 2014

A machine didn't "drill a hole in his head" the machine unscrewed a cable that connected him to the matrix from a socket that had already been installed in his neck.


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summary of movie choice

by Bombimbly, May 12, 2014

he red pill and its opposite, the blue pill, are pop culture symbols representing the choice between embracing the sometimes painful truth of reality (red pill) and the blissful ignorance of illusion (blue pill).

The terms, popularized in science fiction culture, derive from the 1999 film The Matrix. In the movie, the main character Neo is offered the choice between a red pill and a blue pill. The blue pill would allow him to remain in the fabricated reality of the Matrix, therefore living the "illusion of ignorance", while the red pi... Read more


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my favourite story

by parker8905, July 16, 2015

I like this story


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