About nostalgia critic's review.

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User Info: SMASHKING84

SMASHKING84
2 years ago#1
He says in it that the matrix has a huge plot hole.
The plot hole:Why does the matrix exists?

So I was wondering How do you feel about this response.
the matrix exists because It gives people a reason to want to stay in the there dream like states.

Like the judas of the movie even though he knew the matrix wasn't real he wanted to be in the matrix because reality sucks.
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Spintari
2 years ago#2
The Matrix exists because the Machines can't conceptualize a medical coma.

In the original draft, humans were supposed to be used as processing power for the Matrix, which would require them actively thinking. That makes more sense to as why they'd make a simulation for their brains to be stimulated. When was changed (allegedly due to executives) to making energy, there was no point in keeping this angle, so it creates a plot hole given that humans don't have to be conscious to produce energy.
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conduit
2 years ago#3
unless a coma-like state would not yield enough energy? perhaps the brain needs to be kept more active in order to increase output. like a hamster running in a virtual wheel.

I haven't seen the review you're refering to. but yeah theres plenty of plot holes in the film for sure. my biggest complaint has always been the humans blocking out the sun. without the suns energy nothing on earth would survive. period. you cannot just "synthesise" energy out of thin air.
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SMASHKING84
2 years ago#4
conduit posted...
unless a coma-like state would not yield enough energy? perhaps the brain needs to be kept more active in order to increase output. like a hamster running in a virtual wheel.

I haven't seen the review you're refering to. but yeah theres plenty of plot holes in the film for sure. my biggest complaint has always been the humans blocking out the sun. without the suns energy nothing on earth would survive. period. you cannot just "synthesise" energy out of thin air.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQHCEUvc4Q0 here you go if you want to see it.

the biggest problem i have is the main thing he keeps saying is he didn't like the matrix but he later says the movie wasn't "bad" That doesn't make sense to me at all.
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KMAnsem
2 years ago#5
It's possible to acknowledge that a movie is good, or at least appealing to a certain audience, and still not like it.
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