*Warning: Minor Spoilers Ahead*
Warner Bros. is luring fans right back into the Matrix with a shiny red pill, and it's got everyone feeling a sense of déjà vu.
More than two decades ago, millions of viewers got to see Neo (Keanu Reeves) go from a curious hacker to a famed hero, effortlessly fighting off hordes of enemies in a black trench coat. But now, in the franchise's latest installment, The Matrix Resurrections, it seems that history is repeating itself. Several years after the events of The Matrix Revolutions, our beloved Neo is now resurrected and has gone full blue pill, living not-so-comfortably inside the Matrix as a successful game designer—but he knows deep down that something is off. Meanwhile, a new version of Morpheus (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II) teams up with a blue-haired captain named Bugs (Jessica Henwick) to help free Neo's mind (again) in this new iteration of the Matrix. But before you sigh and label this movie a carbon copy of the original, it's worth noting that it gets one thing very right: Neo actually isn't the main focus this time around. For once, the franchise has turned its attention to Neo's love interest, Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss).