Why Star Wars, Star Trek, The Matrix, and Harry Potter Are All Awesome: They're the Same Movie

24 Jun
Plays Neo In All His New Movies

Plays Neo In All His New Movies

Wow, I feel like a retard for not realizing this earlier. These points are very general, but they’re obvious enough to make you feel like a dumbass. Turns out that Star Wars, Star Trek, The Matrix, and Harry Potter all revolve around the same story outline. Some dude who sucks at stuff is meant for something greater, then realizes his greatness through a series of events that involve him saving the world. Throw some special effects in there, and a hot chick, and you’ve got yourself a prime movie ready to be soaked up by the nerd community complete with conventions, forums, and action figures.  

Check it.

“Once upon a time,

Luke | Kirk | Neo | Harry

was living a miserable life. Feeling disconnected from his friends and family, he dreams about how his life could be different. One day, he is greeted by

Obi Wan | Captain Pike | Trinity | Hagrid

and told that his life is not what it seems, and that due to some circumstances surrounding his

birth | birth | birth | infancy

he was meant for something greater. Deciding to leave with

him | him | her | him,

Luke | Kirk | Neo | Harry

is taken to

Mos Eisley | Starfleet Academy | the real world | Hogwarts

where he meets lots of new, fascinating people. For the first time in a very long time, life is exciting, and

Luke | Kirk | Neo | Harry

explores the new life that has opened up for him. With his new friends, he starts to work hard to become the sort of man that

Obi Wan | Captain Pike | Trinity | Hagrid

said he could be.”

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Nerds love movies where an average person takes on a great responsibility, then proves victorious in the end. They lay in their beds at night and dream of holding a position that promises adoration, praise, and hot virgins. I know, I’ve been there before. Plus, nerds love superpowers. There’s nothing better than having a sweet power.

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