Well, yeah, that was soooooooooo obvious. And Jesus did come back to life, right? Or so I've been told. I know, I know, Trinity already brought Neo back to life in M1, but we didn't have the crucifixion imagery back then to re-inforce the resurrection theme. Neo will be resurrected in the WB TV series next fall. You can bank on that one.martini said:And Neo won't come back. Didn't you see the 'angel' appearance as he was being towed away by the robot coroner? Took one step closer to the Jesus theme there.
I agree. It seemed to be too "spiritual." I even dozed off a couple of times.Planderella said:Saw it this past weekend. I thought it was horrible. The script was all over the place...Oh, and the Neo/Jesus analogies were a bit over the top for me.
I thought it was the same guy. The only difference was a slightly different hairstyle, the goatee and the absence of the sunglasses.Tranplanner said:
The best part, IMHO was the actor who played the soldier infected by Smith - got the mannerisms, etc. down beautifully.
Right on!nerudite said:If we got beat over the head with the word "love" one more time I was going to lose it.
It was probably my least favorite in the series. It doesn't stand on its own very well either, which makes a difference to me. I'm glad I saw it at matinee prices.
Whoa! That's way cool!Dan said:There's a little-known hack that I added to the board a while back; the spoiler tag. Use it to hide movie and book spoilers. To read the spoiler text, simply highlight the black area below. For instance:
View the source of this message using "Quote" to see how the tag is used.Soylent Green is made out of people!
No, and that's just because the Oracle is a refuge for a lot of cute little kiddies. Remember in M1 when Neo visited Oracle for the first time and that boy was "mentally" manipulating the "spoon"? Well, the Oracle gives these "orphans" a home, and that's all that little Indian girl is. Otherwise, she's just be deleted or the Mervigonian would accept her into his club.Planderella said:Did anyone leave with the feeling that the little Indian girl is or will be the next "savior?"
The thought did cross my mind. After all, the Oracle did seem kind of close to her. But then again, we don't get to see her interact with many other kids so it's hard to say.Planderella said:Did anyone leave with the feeling that the little Indian girl is or will be the next "savior?"