46 thoughts on “The Movie Similarities”

    • NO that’s azamat bagatov, the producer who can not enter European union becaus of sex crimes.

      besides the similarities on the last two pictures are really striking:

      one white guy with hair in a suit —a bald and black guy wearing a tank top

      one guy looking to the left — one guy with suit, sunglasses and a pistol also looking to the left

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  1. OH MY GOD, The Matrix features a person talking on a phone! Surely it’s clear to everyone that Mesto Vstrechi pioneered that groundbreaking concept!

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  2. the movie is called “Mesto Vstrechi Izmenit Nelzya” which translates to “Place of meeting cannot be changed”.

    i dont see how they are the same.

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  3. omg camera angles, some one call up some copyright lawyers derr…

    frikken damn, it looked like an awful film.
    and hth does morpheus look anything like stalinette?

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  4. Sure, if this proves something, then all the movies are copied by russians.. And you who said russians havent invented anything, then anyone invented anything.. allmost every country have invented something that we use allmost every day in our lives :/

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  5. DO ANY OF YOU PEOPLE ACTUALLY HAVE SOME SENCE OF UNDERSTANDING WHETHER IT’S A SERIOUS CLAIM OR JUST SOMETHING TO WASTE TIME ON FOR FUN?

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  6. The mentioned similarities seem rather accidental.

    It is a well known fact that the matrix movies where influenced by The Ghost in the Shell movie.
    You can see it, if you watch the movie.
    Especially the intro sequence and the last action scene that was copied into the first matrix movie.

    By the way, I do think that the mentioned Russian movie has a way better acting than the matrix.

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    • You guys take this comparison too seriously. It is absolutely obviously a joke, and all this defence of matrix from non-existent attacks looks very funny.
      PS: This Russian movie is one of the best Russian TV miniseries, with a superb acting.

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  7. Russian bloggers can say what they want! The film was based on the writings of Plato -student of Socrates-, named {The cave with the Shadows}! The ancient Greeks knew!!!

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  9. Matrix ripped shamelessly (and badly) from William Gibson. If you happen to have read “Neuromancer” or “Mona Lisa Overdrive”, you’ll know what I mean. P.S Some of you lot really don’t seem to have calibrated your sense of humour properly… :-‘(

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  11. Did those bloggers even see “Mesto”? The two movies have nothing in common. “Mesto” is a post-WWII crime-drama, Matrix is a sci-fi.

    Metso: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0078655/plotsummary
    Matrix: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0133093/plotsummary

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