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Remembering Mars Rover, 'Opportunity'

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Nearly 20 years ago in March of 1999, there was a burning question on the minds of many filmgoers.

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KEANU REEVES: (As Neo) What is the matrix?

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PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: So we're going to be signing today and registering national emergency.

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