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The Matrix Revolutions (2003)

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The Matrix Revolutions (2003)


Keanu Reeves
Laurence Fishburne
Carrie-Anne Moss
Hugo Weaving

Directed by Andy and Larry Wachowski

The Matrix Revolutions is suppose to the climax of this franchise, but in the end it ended up being the worse of the three, the movie actually brought the whole Matrix to an end, but in an anti climax kind of way.

The movie said to have cost close to the same as the second, The Matrix Reloaded but due to (my opinion) the lost of interest due to the fact that the second kind of takes you to a place where you have more questions than answers, you are left wondering what is the whole point, which could be the reason why this last one made like same as the firstbut like half of the second.

Also out of the three this had the lowest review rating. The movie draws you (well the second movie) to a point and tells you that all this has happened 5 times before now, so there is a possibility that things might not change and the matrix will reset and the war will continue, but this 6th reboot of the matrix is supposed to be different because in this new matrix love is involved. Neo’s (Keanu Reeves) love for Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) is supposed to be the difference between “The One” in this sixth matrix reboot and the others and the oracle believes that is all it will take.

The movie focuses more on change and the ability to trust yourself more than what is going on around you. In the end of the second we saw that Neo’s power extends beyond the matrix into the real world. In the end of The Matrix Reloaded Neo fell into a coma because he used his power too soon in the real world and he got stuck in a place between the matrix and the real world.

The movie carries on for a long time keeping you at the edge of your sit, with Neo going up to face the source, Agent Smith (Hugo Weaving) has practically taking over the matrix and the machines are closing in on Zion so for a long time you are kept at the edge of your sit as you eagerly wait to see how it will all play out in the end.

The visual effects here is not as captivating as it was in the second because it seems recycled, but there is one thing that is very captivating in the movie is the driving of Niobe (Jada Pinkett Smith) although you know it is all visual effect and CGI but they made it very high tense.

So at the end of the second and may not want to carry on (because I didn’t), but I guess there is no point why not just finish it.


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