Spectacles that are reproduced realistically have the power to make people be confused whether they are being deceived or not. Humans can only be confused when reproductions are close to nearly perfect reality. This means that the critical reasoning ability can be deteriorated by realistic deceptions. Just like in the case of Neo not being able to realize the essence of Matrix by himself, if the deceptions around are near perfect, no one would be able to realize that they are being deceived. Namely, for people who are unable to identify the visual clues that can help distinguish the deceptions from reality the chance of self-controlled entertainment via deceptions is limited. But self-consciousness is the most important factor. Standing at the intermediate point of critical reasoning and alluring sensibility, consumers of the modern popular culture should be able to enjoy the dream in front of them, realize the fact they are dreaming and be able to wake up from them as the principal agent of lucid dreams.