Monday, June 09, 2003

Hollow Matrix

Roberto Rivera y Carlo suggests that the prophet Isaiah should have gotten a partial screenwriting credit for The Matrix Reloaded. He also makes a good case for questioning the scriptwriting success of the brothers W. “As expected, the special effects and fight sequences were more elaborate than those in the original. Still, they brought to mind something that my grandmother used to tell my brother when we were kids: lo poquito divierte, lo mucho enfada. (A little entertains, a lot annoys.) . . . What’s true of the action sequences is doubly or triply so when it comes to the film’s attempts at philosophizing.” (“Hollow Matrix,” Boundless, May 2003)

phlog ::: from editor :::
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