Reminds me of Bernie Sanders and his campaign in the US. Go Bernie!
The movie was very confusing in the beginning but it all starts to make sense, sort of, at the end. There are multiple stories running in parallel which makes it pretty hard to keep track of but in the end it all starts to make sense. It all comes to the grand conclusion that the Wachowskis found in the Matrix which is the essence of equality in mankind. That we might come up with classes in society and find ways to discriminate between us so that one feels somehow superior and others as beneath them, but the message is that at our very core, we are all the same. Everyone from Tom Hanks to the asian woman acts pretty well and drives home a well meaning message to the audience. However, it fails to evoke any reaction because even the Wachowskis themselves fall prey to their idealisms. They spend hundreds of millions of dollars to produce these movies but not much to actually do something the issues they preach about. They just want the audience to feel somewhat bad about what their society has devolved into, but offer no solution. The only solution is to pay $10 and watch the movie.
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