Almost since computers were invented, Hollywood films have portrayed a future where machines enslave humans. No film delivers that concept in a more mind-bending, adrenaline-pumping package than "The Matrix." The Oscar-winning film follows hacker Neo (Keanu Reeves), who discovers that the world he knows is a machine-run computer program, and that it is his destiny to free humanity from the deception. With help from his mentor, Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne), Neo learns that he can manipulate the matrix to perform amazing physical feats. Luckily for audiences, the battle is still not easily won, so the film comes with a heavy dosage of raining bullets, seemingly unbeatable bad guys, explosions and hand-to-hand combat. While the two sequels to "The Matrix" received mixed reviews, the first installment of the trilogy is a must-see.