The Matrix

"The Matrix" movie franchise raised the bar for all the science fiction and action movies that followed its release. The main Matrix movie series features four feature films, with the first one released back in 1999. It introduced the world to a new style of cyberpunk that later became a cultural phenomenon. Created by The Wachowskis, The Matrix takes viewers into a world where the distinction between reality and virtual reality becomes blurred with the rise of artificial intelligence-generated powerful machines intent on controlling the human race.

"The Matrix" is set in a dystopian future where humanity is enslaved by intelligent machines. The main story follows the life of Thomas Anderson, a computer programmer who goes by the alias "Neo," played by Keanu Reeves. Neo is disillusioned with the world and suspects that there is something more to reality than what he experiences.

His suspicions are confirmed when he encounters a group of rebels led by Morpheus, played by Laurence Fishburne. Morpheus believes Neo is "the One," a saviour who can manipulate the Matrix, a simulated reality created by machines to imprison and control humanity.

Neo embraces his role as the One; he confronts the Matrix's main antagonist, Agent Smith, who is a sentient programme tasked with maintaining control within the simulation. The film culminates in a series of thrilling action sequences, including the iconic "bullet-dodging" scene, where Neo fully embraces his powers and faces off against Agent Smith.

Otakuninjahero pays tribute to the iconic characters of The Matrix by bringing fans the perfect collectables that embrace the futuristic spirit of the movie. The collectable Funko POP Matrix figures series is one of the most striking and adorable collectable series of Sci-Fi movies fans can get their hands on. Featuring Jesus-lookalike Neo, fiercely glaring Trinity, and uber-cool Morpheus, this collectable range has all the Matrix heroes covered.

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