Matrix Essays

Essays about The Matrix
Monday, May 07, 2007
No matter what you think about the Matrix sequels, no one will argue the greatness inherent in the story of the Matrix itself. And it's sad to see that with the amount of dissing the sequels got, there hadn't been any truly significant additions to the franchise, and all Matrix fans are left wanting more and more, without our thirst quenched.

Fortunately there are still some good folks out there who aren't satisfied waiting around for something to happen, and instead shares their insights and acts to continues to propagating the concept.

One recent piece is a wonderfully crafted alternate version of the third episode of the Matrix Trilogy, called Matrix Rememory by P.D. Wood. A copy of the screenplay can be downloaded from and it pays tribute to Matrix Revolutions but expands greatly upon
the characters of Persephone, the Merovingian and the Architect.

Check it out; you won't regret it. Then spread the word. Wood had spent a lot of time on it and is trying to expose it to as many people as possible, a laudable story to add to a mighty worthy cause to sustain a stagnating classic.

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