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Sex and the Matrix (2000)

A spoof created for the 2000 MTV Movie Awards, combining The Matrix and "Sex in the City".

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A spoof created for the 2000 MTV Movie Awards, combining The Matrix and "Sex in the City".

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Carrie Bradshaw: So, how come I haven't heard about this Matrix place? Did it just open? Can I get on the guest list?
Morpheus: Unfortunately, no one can be told what the Matrix is. You have to see it for yourself.
Neo: [coughing to cover his comment] Bullshit!
Morpheus: Take the blue pill: You wake up in your bed, and believe whatever you want to believe.
Neo: I believe just because I ate your last Hot Pocket doesn't give you the right to get all up in my grill!
Morpheus: You take the red pill: You stay in Wonderland.
Carrie Bradshaw: Ooh, Wonderland!
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One of the funniest movie parodies ever
10 February 2001 | by (Nebali) – See all my reviews

OK, Jimmy Fallon as Keanu Reeves+"Sex and the City"=great fun had by all. This was totally unexpected! I knew the MTV Movie Awards were known for their super funny movie parodies (I'd have to say 1997 was the best year for them, with Mike Myers hosting and doing brillaint parodies of Scream and Romeo + Juliet), but I wasn't expecting a Matrix parody THIS funny. I was already a huge Jimmy Fallon fan, having seen his hysterical work on SNL, and he didn't fail to disappoint in this. His Keanu was right on, from the airy beach-bum voice to the insanely funny and goofy line "I know Kung-Fu." And Sarah Jessica Parker was a stitch! Reprising her role on "Sex and the City" as Carrie, she was as funny as she is on the show. Wow...is this making any sense at all? Well, anyway, I thought it was very funny, and Jimmy Fallon is also the sexiest man on TV, so you can't go wrong there. I just realized this whole paragraph makes me sound about 13 years old, so I'll wrap it up. Weeeee!


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