# The matrix resurrections
What Went Wrong With The Matrix: Resurrections
When the trailers for the film The Matrix came out in 1999, no one knew how much their minds were going to be blown by this one single movie. In the cinema halls, there was so much screaming and cheering in scenes that people couldn't believe the were watching. Be it Trinity's opening slo-mo kick, Morpheus' gravity defying jump, the brilliant hand-to-hand combats, or the dodging of those bullets. The film wasn't only a visual treat, the concept it put forward made everyone leave the cinema hall wondering the one thing - "How do I know if I'm not living in a computer generated simulation at this very moment?". No movie had done this to its audience before. Everyone needed to watch this film a dozen times to really understand everything that was thrown in by the Wachowskis.