“The Matrix Resurrections” Fan Theory Explains Why Analyst Is Actually The Archivist


Matrix resurrections continues to build on the mythology of the original trilogy. Fans around the world are hatching various theories to understand where filmmaker Lana Wachowski took this iconic sci-fi universe. An intriguing fan theory on Matrix resurrections suggests that the analyst is in fact the archivist, which explains his abilities and motivations.

[Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers from The Matrix Resurrections.]

Who is the analyst in “The Matrix Resurrections”?

Neil Patrick Harris as an analyst | Photos of Warner Bros.

Matrix resurrections takes place years later Matrix revolutions. Neo (Keanu Reeves) now leads a seemingly normal life and his name is Thomas A. Anderson. He’s the world’s most famous video game designer who is immediately drawn to a woman named Tiffany (Carrie-Anne Moss) but doesn’t recognize her as Trinity.

Thomas sees The Analyst (Neil Patrick Harris) to help him contain his “hallucinations” and “delusions”. He provides her with blue pills to help her. The analyst is later revealed as the film’s antagonist and has a solid understanding of human psychology. He usurped the Architect and uses his power to control the humans within the Matrix.

Neil Patrick Harris analyst is actually the archivist

A Redditor shared a fan theory of Matrix resurrections that the analyst is not quite who he claims to be. The post suggests that the sequel doesn’t show the real Matrix at all, but is “a museum of the Matrix”. The Redditor shares several reasons for supporting this theory.

Matrix resurrections explains that The Analyst does not use agents, but Neo is working on a modal to improve the skills of these agents. It would also explain why modal frequently shows footage from the first film, much like a museum exhibit.

The Redditor suggests that the humans in this matrix are not real humans, but activatable swarms that the analyst takes advantage of in The Matrix Resurrection‘s climax.

Neo escaping from The Matrix doesn’t bother The Analyst as it is essentially a replay of the original film. It’s a giant loop that continues to repeat Neo’s story of freeing his mind. Even when Neo believes he’s won, it’s all part of The Analyst’s grand design.

Matrix resurrections repeats “bullet time” and shows that the analyst himself activates it. The Redditor emphasizes its similarity to a loop recording, allowing the antagonist to manipulate time. The limitations of the program keep Neo in check and do not allow him to die or break through barriers.

Budget and box office of “The Matrix Resurrections”

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Matrix resurrections takes full advantage of its special effects, even though it has less action than its predecessors. Collider reported that Matrix resurrections cost around $ 190 million to make. However, it only earned $ 100 million at the global box office. It’s quite a gap that the film has yet to overcome.

However, all hope is not lost. Matrix resurrections has yet to reach China, which is sure to give the film a boost. However, the film is also enjoying success in its day-and-date release on the HBO Max streaming platform.

Matrix resurrections now playing in theaters and on HBO Max.

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