There are many wonderful people who love to read testimonials that are designed to stroke the egos of ingenious website creators. I humbly devote this page of this website to the public service of fulfilling the great needs of those people.
First let me say, the Matrix universe completely shaped my life, growing up; we even spent an entire year (literally all of Year 9 religion) dedicated solely to studying the Matrix and all of the extra stuff, the secret story levels, kaballah tree philosophy etc.; I have more religious fervour for the Matrix than any real life ones, and to that end Matrix Resolutions is like my bible.
...just absolutely worship your site as the one true source of information and have done so for years; I'm glad it's still there!
(June 24, 2016)
Late last night (technically early morning) I happened to have been watching a Matrix Trilogy marathon on TV, and the term VDTs came up in regards to the character Bane. Curiosity hit, as I'm sure you are very familiar with, and had to find out what that meant. A Google search later, and after poking at a few sadly subpar websites and scares forum posts, I find the relatively simple answer to what Virtual Delirium Tremens was; but it felt lacking. What did the "cross-synaptic firing" mean in the story context, or even "fibrotic scarring" in the poor guy's cortex? Thankfully, I didn't have to go far since Google apparently knew a good 'source' for Matrix info; which was your site. It was right on the first page of the search results. Congrats, keep up the good work!
Anyway to the point, I love your website. It helped answer the few questions I had, and many of the new questions that logically came up as a result of the previous answers. It showed me there was much more intelligence and depth put into the trilogy than I ever imagined, and that someone out there was smart and diligent enough to look for it and tell others. I rarely say stuff like that, since words can lose their meaning and purpose if overused for the wrong reasons. But I can honestly say that your site should be the goto location for people trying to make sense of the information overload the Matrix stories gives them. Catching onto hints and stringing together clues, especially in something like The Matrix, is only fun if one is able to and willing to put effort into it.
Sadly as you know, people either don't have the time, or more importantly, the reason to dig deeper, like you have. I love how much of the different points of logic on the site fits so well together, and gives me a new respect for the Wachowski brothers in crafting such a good story... as well as remember what their last names are.
The web page you made was very insightful, in more ways than one. Gave me some better idea on the story's continuity, on how a good Sci Fi is written, and what to expect from critics.
(Jan. 25, 2016)
I just found your Matrix Resolutions site. It is an awe-inspiring opus. I thought I had plumbed many of the depths of The Matrix series, however your thoroughness put me to shame. Over and over, you have thought through the consequences of what is shown in the series and drawn well-founded conclusions.
Like you, I had to find my way to enjoying the later movies. Your site debunked a few of my theories and certainly deepened my thoughts on most of the rest.
Thanks again for all your thought and very enjoyable weekend reading through your site.
(Jan. 17, 2016)
first of all, I am after reading small piece of articles on your site matrixresolutions.com. I am impressed and full of admiration. Many of thesis and problems which your present on the site looks different in my head. Your explanations give me new perspective and make me devoted to thinking more about whole philosophy of Matrix, The One and Architect.
Earlier this day, I had a conversation with my mother. I told her, that I have a problem with finding a person with interests and thoughts similar to mine. With no reason, just for fun, I watched Trilogy once again. That leads to desire of finding Matrix trivia once again. And as I meant at the begining, lead to your site.
Maybe this is boring story, but I want to thank you for your efforts. Thank you for your devotion to explain this movie.
At the end, I must apologise for my bad english. Some constructions might be strange, but I keep learning. I want to use word "ergo" in this e-mail, but I can not find good place for it. But, maybe explanation of desire using this word is enough for me.
I wish you succesful life and I promise that I acquaint with other parts of your creation.
(Dec. 28, 2014)
I've been browsing http://www.matrixresolutions.com/ a bit. Great resources!
(Aug. 1, 2014)
(Mar. 27, 2014)
New to your page, some really good stuff on there.
(Jan. 20, 2014)
Just wanted to say that I'm a huge fan of the work you've put into Matrix Resolutions. Your website actually makes me appreciate the films more than the movies themselves do. The story behind the Matrix, per your explanations, is so much more rich and interesting than most of what you actually see happen on screen, definitely as far as the second two films are concerned.
(Jun. 14, 2013)
I LOVE your matrix resolutions website. It clears up so much for me. I've always loved the trilogy as a whole, even MP3, but your page made it so much easier and simpler to understand and appreciate. Thank you
(Dec. 27, 2013)
I just stumbled across the site today after seeking some information on a variety of the philosophies in The Matrix and I must commend your thoroughness.
(Jan. 23, 2013)
Hi Chad, my name's Logan. First, let me preface by saying that I am a huge fan of your site, Matrix Resolutions. As a Matrix fan, I had almost given up on trying to find a credible go-to Matrix site (if it wasn't the MWM hypothesis it was cyborg-Neo or some such nonsense). Now, whenever I re-watch the Matrix films, I always have your site open on my web browser!
(Jan. 5, 2013)
I am writing from Italy, I love The Matrix.
I am reading your site about the explaination of The Matrix, and I find your work magnificient.
I have read many of this kind of sites, but yours is the better: really congratulations, great job.
(Dec. 21, 2012)
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