Carrie-Anne Moss (left) and Keanu Reeves star in The Matrix (1999). Its most prescient prediction is how, when given the red pill/blue pill choice, some people prefer to live entirely online. Photo: Courtesy Everett Collection Carrie-Anne Moss (left) and Keanu Reeves star in The Matrix (1999). Its most prescient prediction is how, when given the red pill/blue pill choice, some people prefer to live entirely online. Photo: Courtesy Everett Collection
Carrie-Anne Moss (left) and Keanu Reeves star in The Matrix (1999). Its most prescient prediction is how, when given the red pill/blue pill choice, some people prefer to live entirely online. Photo: Courtesy Everett Collection
Asian cinema

Five top movies about spending too much time online – just like you’re doing during Covid-19 lockdown

  • From The Matrix to The Social Network, some of the best films in recent years have been about people who get too much pleasure from being on their computers
  • Here are five of the best when it comes to unhealthy online interaction and the frightening results it can have

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Carrie-Anne Moss (left) and Keanu Reeves star in The Matrix (1999). Its most prescient prediction is how, when given the red pill/blue pill choice, some people prefer to live entirely online. Photo: Courtesy Everett Collection Carrie-Anne Moss (left) and Keanu Reeves star in The Matrix (1999). Its most prescient prediction is how, when given the red pill/blue pill choice, some people prefer to live entirely online. Photo: Courtesy Everett Collection
Carrie-Anne Moss (left) and Keanu Reeves star in The Matrix (1999). Its most prescient prediction is how, when given the red pill/blue pill choice, some people prefer to live entirely online. Photo: Courtesy Everett Collection
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