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The Matrix Revolutions

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    3 out of 10

    After finished watching The Matrix: Revolutions, there was a great deal of satisfaction. I don't mean the satisfaction streaming from the movie but rather the great satisfaction of getting over with the whole trilogy. Wow! I have no idea what was that all about nor do I care about wanting to get the gist of it. Once again, the special effects ruled the film. That is as far as I am going to praise, if anything. Why can't it be more simple like Star Wars? Perhaps The Godfather? I believe The Matrix Trilogy will serve a purpose for future trilogies and whatever-ologies, which is 'Don't complicate things. Keep it simple as possible.'. At one point in the film, there was a fight between Neo and Smith. That moment, I said to myself, 'Here we go, another tedious lengthy fight that will ultimately get nowhere.'. How many times have I seen it? How many times must they show it? Why can they do something new? The Matrix: Revolutions involved one heartfelt scene. Since emotions can't be felt in the film, I guess they broke the rules once again. After that, the trilogy became one huge joke. They set the rules, and they keep breaking the rules, throwing me off the course. In the end, I got insanely lost and bewildered. I hope it is all over. The whole time, there was a war going on. I was thinking to myself: What WAR?. Please, no more Matrix silliness. I beg you.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Matrix was Reloaded, but it ran out of ammo .

    Easily the worst of the trilogy, Martix Revolutions was a mild romp through already seen scenery. Granted, the last stand at Zion proved fun to watch, but the vague and unfulfilling ending, combined with the fact every second-tier character (save Trinity) became little-more than brief window dressing drove me to walk out on what could have been an awe-inspiring conclusion to a multi-million dollar trilogy. If you want to watch a trilogy finale worth your money, but Return of the King.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A very disappointing conclusion!

    When it comes to a Matrix sequel, you expect a lot fighting and cool graphics. You also expect a mind bending plot. The Matrix Reloaded was a great sequel to the Matrix trilogy, but this time the film makers have failed with Matrix Revolutions. The film picks up where Reloaded left off. But the story is boring and there is very little martial-arts fighting. There are only a couple of scenes where there are martial-arts fighting. Also, Revolutions doesn't have eye-popping special effects or a mind bending story. For it to be titled the Matrix, very little takes place actually inside the Matrix. The characters become dull and most of what I actually concentrated on was the swarm of sentinels. Honestly, none of the fight scenes are interesting to me. And when it was over, none of my questions were answered. The film was terrible compared to the first 2. Matrix Revolutions is not nearly as good as it could have been. It is probably one of the worst 3rd entries in a trilogy ever!

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