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Why we want nostalgia in our motion pictures, TV reveals greater than ever

Why we want nostalgia in our motion pictures, TV reveals greater than ever

SINGAPORE – Nothing comforts anxiousness like a bit of nostalgia.

That’s what alternate Morpheus (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II) says as he tries to ease a disoriented Neo (Keanu Reeves) into the reality of the Matrix with components from his previous in a scene from The Matrix Resurrections.

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