I watched Matrix: Revolutions with my dad tonight. It was only the second time I’d seen it, so it seemed fresh to me again. My dad is a great guy, but he was typically skeptical of the Matrix and its ideas. I think to him it’s just an action flick, so the philosophical ideas kind of confused him. The only thing he said was, “I still don’t get why it was so important to get the ship into the dock.” Yeeeah. Anyway, I missed this the first time I saw it:

Neo: I just have never…

Ram-Kendra: Heard a program speak of love.

Neo: It is a human emotion.

Ram-Kendra: No, it is a word. What matters is the connection the word implies. I see that you are in love. Can you tell me what you would give to hold on to that connection?

Neo: Anything.

A discussion of words and their meaning! Dad didn’t really care to talk about it. It’s funny how your enjoyment of a film depends a lot on who you see it with. I guess it’s the same with many things in life. :nod: