Guide of Modos
I read that solving problems with guns is something they wanted to step away from, so Neo and Trinity spend the swarm scene fleeing instead of shooting. The dive-bombing scene was a little hair-raising, and reminds me of the line, "most people will risk their lives to protect (the Matrix)" (fuzzy memory reference).. . .The "bot swarm" just didn't feel menacing like past agents did. I missed logging into the Matrix being a risky proposition, it just felt tame in this film. Which I get isnt what they were going for. I didn't mind most of the writing, but if they were turning the one into the two, I wish we got more from Trinity's perspective in the movie.
Trinity-perspective would have been nice, yes. But...I don't think the movie needed a hiring-the-babysitter scene.
Kudos to Carrot Top for making the list!
Are you thinking of Joey Lawrence?Also, what kind of mother is Trinity? Your daughter's arm is broken and you...don't believe it? That just wasn't believable at all, or that she'd shrug off a full life of family and kids because Keanu Reeves gave her his Woah Eyes.
I know someone who would (has?) shrug off her life of family and kids for the One. Two someones, actually. It's not uncommon, and they didn't even have a nagging feeling that they were once free from the Matrix, like Tiff.
Neo + Trinity = the Four, I think Maybe they have two kids in Matrix 5? Note that Neo wasn't flying or jumping into sentients this time around. I'm going with Trinity as the new anomaly, not Neo.Also, I was under the mistaken impression that Trinity was re-made into the One. My understanding is that they are the Two, or Two-as-One.
That part might have been intentional.Anyhow, I was just left with a sense of...what now?
By the way, "we're going to remake the Matrix." Does that imply that all the humans in pods can just stay there, and enjoy the Matrix more? What happened to freeing them?