The Matrix is essentially a computer system that’s acts as an illusion to its hosts. Hosts being humans that are essentially just slaves to this fake illusion. The hosts have no clue that this sane reality they are living is actually completely insane as in actuality it is completely fake.
How he gets himself into this world is from the leader of this group of rogue ‘slaves’ against The Matix, who have managed to break themselves free. Morpheus the leader is the captain of the Nebuchadnezzar crew and spaceship.
Morpheus offers Neo a choice to take a blue or red pill. He chooses the red pill where Morpheus tells Neo "you stay in Wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes."
Once Neo takes this pill he has A LOT to learn to survive in The Matrix. We follow Neo train to become a fighter against the evil and corrupt system of The Matrix.
As The Matrix is a computer operating system the Nebuchadnezzar themselves hack it having the ability to create their own software and programs within this system.
Neo has to learn Martial Arts, Gun and Knife combat, then lastly some sort of computer generated combat that involves insane ability of jumping very large distances from roof to roof etc.
The reason Morpheus takes neo from this illusion is because he has this theory that Neo is ‘THE ONE’ – meaning he is The One to break the slaves from the system and deplete this illusion The Matrix has set up.
Neo has to inevitably be able to master the system of The Matrix and his own capabilities as a virus to this system. By mastering his combat maneuvers and eventually having the ability to slow down time… Dodging bullets and stopping them. All for the greater good.
Along the way of Neo’s journey: trying to take down The Matrix he and the Nebuchadnezzar have one key... [continues]
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