Film analysis of The Matrix

Subjectivity and materialism have emerged from the custom of the Western philosophies as the two common or dominant approaches to looking in the modern world. In the blockbuster film these two philosophies and analogies are common where many are many of the precedents exist solely for the ideology that the modern real world is simply an illusion and the Matrix films are riddled with these specific references to some of these philosophies who seem to have entertained the thought.

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In conclusion, aspects of subjectivity and materialism are identified in the case but the reality is identified by the Neo, Trinity, and Morpheus and each of the aspects plays a role in the pursuit of reality for both the programs and Morpheus camp.

Works Cited
Horner, Grant. Meaning at the Movies: Becoming a Discerning Viewer. Crossway, 2010.

Badiou, Alain. Logics of worlds: Being and event II. Vol. 2. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2009.

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