Movies ruined by bad endings.

Him ACTUALLY being the one was ridiculous. He was obviously just some delusional schizo on too many drugs.

If he died, then the movie would've been a cautionary tale about feeding into your self-impirtance and the people that suffer from your arrogance.

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I agree, the film should have ended with neo killing all the trannies

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    He wasn't the one you dumb chud. Trinity was. Didn't you watch the fourth one?

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    looks like someone's levelled up their media literacy

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >media literacy
      You're not intelligent.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I see someone's levelled up their sincerity detection

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I'll level up my fist with your face.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Not this time, kiddo.
            Think fast

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >see this thing I dont like, THATS YOU
        riveting

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Stay is one of the best dreamlike, trippy, freaky movies out there and then the last 5 minutes ruin it with a literal "it was all a dream as you're about to die" garbage. Turning it off right before this happens makes it a lynchian level kino.

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I thought the idea was anyone could be the one as long as they genuinely believed it. Him being a delusional schizo actually works with this.

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    OP hasn't seen the rest of the story.

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm trying to think of a worse possible ending for the original Matrix than what you suggested, and I'm drawing a blank as long as I limit myself to things that could actually make it on screen. Like I can imagine worse, but they involve, like, Neo realizing that since this is all in his mind he can just have the USS Enterprise NCC-1701 show up and start firing photon torpedoes at the agents.

    >If he died, then the movie would've been a cautionary tale about feeding into your self-impirtance and the people that suffer from your arrogance.
    Except of course that in the first movie Neo never actually believes that he's The One until after he dies and comes back. It's everyone else who's telling him that he's The One. Neo just wanted to know the truth of the world.

    So, no, it wouldn't have been better, because this ending would have been badly out of step with what we were actually shown about Neo's character.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >I'm trying to think of a worse possible ending for the original Matrix than what you suggested
      It was all a dream because Neo took the redpill.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >the USS Enterprise NCC-1701 show up and start firing photon torpedoes at the agents.
      If Star Trek was part of the Matrix universe, that would make an awesome crossover comic. Somehow the holodeck and Matrix tech are related and the sekrit government of Star Trek uses it for fuel and they don't actually have inifinite future tech

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Don't just make a bad ending for the Matrix, but drag Star Trek into it.
        So your idea of a "good movie" is one that not only leaves its own franchise stillborn, but also drags in and ruins another in the process?

        Christ, this is why I never hang out on Cinemaphile. You are all of you, to the last man, morons.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Then you're not going to like my Field of Dreams tie-in

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          You are putting the cart before the horse. I said a comic. There are loads of crossover comics, homie. I don't want a Matreks movie.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Neo wakes up in a hotel with a robot wife sucking his dick. She asks if he had an interesting dream and he says no before cumming down her throat. He goes outside and sees his neighbour Morpheus cooking BBQ and asks if he can come over for a beer.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Except of course that in the first movie Neo never actually believes that he's The One until after he dies and comes back. It's everyone else who's telling him that he's The One. Neo just wanted to know the truth of the world.
      Then it would just be a something similar to Midsommar

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I was in highschool when my Christian religion teacher tried to relate to us by showing us 'The Matrix'. I'd already seen it with my dad in the theater, of course. There was this one Greenpeace chick who was very anti US and had a stranglehold over the classroom. She was shaking her head for the entire movie. She didn't even give it a chance. I was like: "Bitch, don't you realize this movie is the message you're preaching?". But it had action and it came from 'America' so she immediately disregarded it. I felt sorry for my relegion teacher. He was trying to be relatable, modern and tie it to religion and all he got was a bunch of kids who shat on him.

    Had it been today, I would've stood up for him. but yeah, coulda woulda shoulda.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This teacher sounds cool.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        He came to school in sandals and white socks. Fricking idiot. He gave me a pass at the exams because I treated him fairly in class. Every weak, the classroom was raising hell when he was there. And he allowed it. How can you respect a man like that? I had some pull over the class, but it's not my responsibility to make sure he gets the kids in line. So I just let it be and let the kids run amok. He looked at me. What the frick am I going to do? You're the adult here mate.

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    nice shit bait
    the robin hood movie with sean connery has a fricking annoying ending

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I'm trying to think of a worse possible ending for the original Matrix than what you suggested, and I'm drawing a blank as long as I limit myself to things that could actually make it on screen. Like I can imagine worse, but they involve, like, Neo realizing that since this is all in his mind he can just have the USS Enterprise NCC-1701 show up and start firing photon torpedoes at the agents.

      >If he died, then the movie would've been a cautionary tale about feeding into your self-impirtance and the people that suffer from your arrogance.
      Except of course that in the first movie Neo never actually believes that he's The One until after he dies and comes back. It's everyone else who's telling him that he's The One. Neo just wanted to know the truth of the world.

      So, no, it wouldn't have been better, because this ending would have been badly out of step with what we were actually shown about Neo's character.

      Yes, Hapaman. You are literally a demigod. You were perfectly-crafted by the both the finest breeds of both the East and West. You have the blood The Viking and the blood The Dragon. You cast away the religion of the desert and have RETVRNED to the Odin with the teachings of Confucianism. You were born to fight the imperialism and free the masses from postmodern slavery. Hundreds of big breasted blondes should be bowing and begging for your superior Aryan-Sino seed.

      Welcome, O' Protag of the universe.

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I actually like the ending segment personally but I feel like a lot of people that watched this got filtered by it

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >ending is literally the director coming out and saying he's a hack and shouldn't have made the movie

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Lol did this really happen? I left out early to movie hop something else.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        It ends with a live performance of a mid-20th century radio show sponsored by Lucky Strike cigarettes, where a bunch of white radio guys act out the end of the story while an orchestra plays vulgar sound effects after every line. Scorsese then comes out playing the radio host and reads into the camera the fates of the remaining characters, and then the film ends with a birds eye view of a bunch of Indians dancing in a field. Basically his self-aware way of saying 'my movie is like this naive 50s white people radio show, the indians real experience cannot be adequately communicated by me'

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Characters like Neo and ESPECIALLY the oracle are poorly explained so they make zero sense. They both have mystical powers that further the absurdity of the dystopian scifi situation.

    Cypher is a based chad sceptic so his betrayal makes sense. He doesn't play into faith or fantasy. Cypher wanted the truth, was btfo about shitty reality and then Morpheus sold him snakeoil as a solution to the shitty reality. Why was Cypher expected to believe in a "save the world/Messiah" fantasy of all things? Aren't these guys supposed to be hardened futuristic programmers not christcuck schizos?

    Neo is essentially supposed to be a reincarnation of a guy who had powers, still unexplained, inside the matrix.

    Reincarnation is a poo religion concept. Again, based skeptics shouldn't believe it.

    Even if Neo got powers, how does he free humanity by himself? He's just one guy.

    Don't bother referencing the sequels, the original movie is the only canon one. Somehow the sequels make the lore of the original look moronic. At least the original left things up to interpretation.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Somehow the sequels make the lore of the original look moronic.
      The lore of the original IS moronic. The moment Morpheus whips out "Machines have built these gigantic facilities to turn us into these batteries", it's full-on moronic.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >christcuck schizos
      Nah it's not Christianity. Anyone that says otherwise fundamentally misunderstands Christianity

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    Anonymous
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    Anonymous
  15. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It's just the monomyth applied to Plato's Allegory of the Cave.

    Sounds like you think the message of all movies should be "conform or die"

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