Come on, stop trying to hit me and hit me! Was this the wrong line to use in The Matrix?
(when Neo and Morpheus are fighting/training)
The reason i ask is because sometimes there are white people watching and their like "The black man raising his voice and giving a white man orders?? No!" Then it leads to them boycotting the movie in future sales, or even sending Lawrence Fishborne death threats.
- ImpLv 52 months agoFavorite Answer
The kind of people who do that are more into race relations and threatening people then they are into movies!
- EntropyLv 72 months ago
What kind of moron are you? Literally NO ONE interpreted that line the way you just did except you. Matrix was a huge hit. I don't know what it's done in sales since, but if they're not excellent, I promise you that two GARBAGE sequels that diluted the brand had more to do with it than Laurence Fishburne.
Also, the line is basically a modern equivalent of Yoda's 'Do or do not. There is no try.'
- JuanBLv 72 months ago
Stop trying to troll me and troll me.
You are right. It would have been softer impact if he was Yoda and said: Do or do not. There is no try.