I can't really choose one favorite movie out of the Matrix Trilogy, so I just say the entire trilogy itself is my AWESOME absolute favorite! - Mostly because I understand most of it.
The Matrix was one of the first movies of its time to ever achieve the unachievable in graphics and storyline, as well as bringing about an idea that no one had really thought about before: that we are oblivious slaves to relentless machines that use our bodies for energy, our minds plugged into a computer generated dreamworld called the Matrix in order to control us. That, however, is really only the basis for the trilogy. The indepth meaning of it is far different, as well as what really happens throughout the Matrix, the Matrix Reloaded, and the Matrix Revolutions concerning the individual topics that overlap within the three, such as control, cause and effect, human purpose and the purpose of life, the purpose of the One, and the adventures of birth, life, death and immortality. These topics have caused a lot of confusion about the series over the years, and I would like to ask you: To you, is the Matrix Trilogy bafflingly confusing or amazingly awesome?