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The Matrix Movies Scripts and Transcripts

First there was The Matrix, released on September 21 1999. Followed by The Matrix Reloaded on May 15, 2003, and The Matrix Revolutions released on November 5, 2003. The Animatrix, a collection of 9 short animation films, was released on June 3, 2003.

Right from the beginning I was fascinated by The Matrix and I decided to type out a transcript and posted the result on this site. In 2003, I transcribed and posted Reloaded and Revolutions.

In addition to these transcripts I discovered and posted two other scripts, The Original Matrix Script, and
The Reloaded-Revolution Shadow Script.

The Matrix Transcript:
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The Matrix Reloaded Transcript:
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The Matrix Revolutions Transcript:
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The Original Matrix Script:
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The Matrix Reloaded - Revolutions Shadow Script:

This script appears to be the original script of a Matrix movie written by Andy and Larry Wachowsky.

The story happens somewhere after The Matrix, and before Reloaded. There's also some interesting stuff between Neo (still awakening to his being the One) and Trinity, the thing between Morpheus and Niobe etc etc.

Matrix Reloaded and Revolutions as we know them today, turn out to be quite different. But if you're in for another Matrix Movie, as how the story of Matrix II perhaps should, or at least could have been, switch on your imagination, click the links below and start reading.

The Matrix Reloaded Revolutions Shadow Script:
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I have posted this script as is. I do not claim copyright or ownership, I just want to share this with my fellow Matrix fans.

The phrase 'Shadow Script' originates from my brain, as I had to call the file something so that we wouldn't confuse it with the Matrix Revolutions Transcript, right?


The Matrix Movie and Remote Viewing

The Matrix trilogy has quite an effect on many people. Ok, so it are great movies, nice story line, impressive special effects and cool outfits. But when it comes to a more philosophical approach, it's sure funny to see how different the reactions are. For some people The Matrix became the beginning of a new episode in their travels to spiritual awareness, and for some it became a trip straight into Paranoia Land.

As such it resembles the development of Remote Viewing. This technique was born out of the paranoia in the shady world of the Intelligence Agencies. 'Find out what the enemy does, and if we can, why not control their minds...' There are persistent rumors that several Intelligence Services still make use of remote viewers, and anybody a bit familiar with the technique understands why.

So it's a good thing that there are persons like Gerald O'Donnell who understood the significance of remote viewing as a spiritual 'tool'. Not to use it for paranoid control of other people's free will, but to free your own mind. How? Unfortunately I cannot tell you, you will have find out for yourself. ;)

Go ahead and follow the white rabbit.

The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions and all related media, characters, and stories featured on this website are copyright 1999-2006 AOL Time Warner and Village Roadshow Pictures, unless stated otherwise. These scripts and transcripts are provided for fans' enjoyment and reference and do not intend copyright infringement. Also, the entire content of the shadow script is (probably, unless it's a rebellious prank --and a darn good one I'd say then) property of Larry and Andy Wachowski, and/or whomever they have signed a contract with about the copyrights like perhaps AOL Time Warner and Village Roadshow Pictures.


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All material from the Matrix movie: Copyright © 1999 Warner Brothers All Rights Reserved.
The Matrix, Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions and all related media, characters, and stories are Copyright © 1999-2006 AOL Time Warner and Village Roadshow Pictures.

© 2001-2008 N. Franken

For all Matrix Movie Transcripts: The Matrix, Reloaded, Revolutions,
Original Matrix Script and the Reloaded/Revolutions Shadow Transcript