The Matrix Franchise Gets A Fourth Episode: The Matrix Resurrections


The Matrix Trilogy was made by the Wachowski brothers but they're Lana and Lilly now. Would you call that, getting "red-pilled?" The new movie comes out 12-22-21, a perfect palindrome. Are they appealing to Q Anon?

The Wachowski ... sisters

Mini Bio on IMDb

Lana Wachowski and her sister Lilly Wachowski, also known as the Wachowskis, are the duo behind such ground-breaking movies as The Matrix (1999) and Cloud Atlas (2012). Born to mother Lynne, a nurse, and father Ron, a businessman of Polish descent, Wachowski grew up in Chicago and formed a tight creative relationship with her sister Lilly. After the siblings dropped out of college, they started a construction business and wrote screenplays. Their 1995 script, Assassins (1995), was made into a movie, leading to a Warner Bros contract. After that time, the Wachowskis devoted themselves to their movie careers. In 2012, during interviews for Cloud Atlas and in her acceptance speech for the Human Rights Campaign's Visibility Award, Lana spoke about her experience of being a transgender woman, sacrificing her much cherished anonymity out of a sense of responsibility. Lana is known to be extremely well-read, loves comic books and exploring ideas of imaginary worlds, and was inspired by Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) in creating Cloud Atlas.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: LinaZ

Editor's Note: We love an active imagination AND a healthy loyalty to reality.

Wanna see the trailers? 

PLOT: From visionary filmmaker Lana Wachowski comes "The Matrix Resurrections," the long-awaited fourth film in the groundbreaking franchise that redefined a genre. The new film reunites original stars Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss in the iconic roles they made famous, Neo and Trinity. #TheMatrix4 #TheMatrixResurrections

Behind the Scenes Clip with Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss


Jeffery Olsen had what he thought was a perfect life, then in a flash, it all changed. Through the heartbreak and the pain, he discovered what he called the song of life. He describes this beautiful song near the end of the video, and I paraphrase that the purpose of life is harmony and learning to love each other unconditionally.


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    Franz · 1 years ago
    A collective NDE is often used by God to wake up His people.
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