What the Jedi see as the ‘light side’ of the Force, is a reflective layer that this predator has created via its connection to all living things. This network is the honey trap that encourages the beings still strongly connected to it, to spread that connection, because it affords them advantages while they are still alive. … More The Light “Side”?
In the trilogy, Hades is really the Merovingian, who keeps Persephone at his side. That the Merovingian is Hades helps relate why he controls the Train Station, symbolic of the river Styx … More PERSEPHONE IS THE FIRST VERSION OF TRINITY AND THE QUEEN OF HELL, AS THE MEROVINGIAN IS HADES.
It is not necessarily a matrix-within-a-matrix. Think of it more like the bottom of a triangle. Both worlds are the bottom corners, connected to each other through the Train System. At the top is a world these humans have never seen, or rather have been banished from. Humans might have once existed on this top plane of reality, equal to the Machines and even the creator of those machines. After a war in that world, humans were forced into the first version of the Matrix, a Utopia designed to store them for their bioelectrical energy. … More WHY ZION IS STILL NOT REAL…
Neo is a thumb drive. He’s carrying the prime program and some other bits of code. The curious bit is that the Architect tells Neo he been altered by the process though he’s still human. Altered. … More I’m going tell about Neo’s real world powers.
When first born, animals/humans undergo a process called imprinting, after which the newborn unmistakably recognizes the unique features of the first person(s) the child bonds with (usually the mother, followed by the father). Now within the context of The Matrix, consider what would happen if a program underwent an imprinting process with a human: they would recognize the code of the human above all other code (notwithstanding the code of the other parent). The program would be as fixed on the human parent as the eye of Sauron was on Middle Earth. … More Smith Is The One
The reason why Odin delayed the trial? he was waiting for Thor to be absent, so that Loki couldn’t use their brotherly bond to weaken Thor’s resolve and get Thor to say, “Hey, wait, let’s think about this.” … More Odin’s Long Delay in Bringing Loki to Trial
Ares represents hate. He hates humans for reasons even Diana acknowledges as valid. But Diana can know and understand that hatred without giving into it. She has a complex view of human nature that allows her to retain her idealism. Hate doesn’t have the power here. Love does. That’s why she can destroy Ares. That’s why the German soldiers can breathe fresh air and hug strangers from the other side. In that moment and for a time after, love wins. … More Wonder Woman + Blame
People always say how The Lion King is a lionized, disneyfied take on Hamlet; but the more I’m reading and analyzing Shakespeare, the more I see it as just taking elements from many plays instead of just copying one. … More The Lion King and Shakespeare
The contrast of Ramse and Jones’s humanity gets even more interesting as the series goes on, and the way that both characters are presented in the narrative versus the relative morality of their choices and actions is actually fascinating. … More Ramses and Jones
Plot is not central in Westworld, not in the traditional sense. Evolution, however, is quite fundamental. … More Why is Westworld the most engaging television product of the last few years?