The Matrix Reloaded

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The explosive first sequel to The Matrix comes to DVD with a superb two-disc edition. With a widescreen anamorphic transfer of the film that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio (a full-screen version was released simultaneously), the disc features the English soundtrack in both Dolby Digital 5.1 and Dolby Digital 2.0. Additionally, a dubbed French audio track is included in Dolby Digital 5.1 and English, Spanish, and French subtitles are available. While a commentary track is missing, the bonus ...
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Overview

The explosive first sequel to The Matrix comes to DVD with a superb two-disc edition. With a widescreen anamorphic transfer of the film that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio (a full-screen version was released simultaneously), the disc features the English soundtrack in both Dolby Digital 5.1 and Dolby Digital 2.0. Additionally, a dubbed French audio track is included in Dolby Digital 5.1 and English, Spanish, and French subtitles are available. While a commentary track is missing, the bonus features are certainly not lacking. "Preload" and "The Freeway Chase" are featurettes that both offer in-depth glimpses into the making of the film, and "The MTV Movie Awards Reloaded" is an hilarious parody starring Seann William Scott and Justin Timberlake. Four additional featurettes round out the package, offering looks at the video game inspired by the movie, the Animatrix short films, and the phenomenon of the Matrix universe.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Preload - get behind the scenes; The Matrix Unfolds - a look at the Matrix phenomenon; The Freeway Chase - how they did it; Get Me an Exit - inspired design and advertising; Enter the Matrix - making the game; What Is the Animatrix?; The MTV Movie Awards Reloaded; Languages: English & Français; Subtitles: English, Español & Français; Web links
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
Keanu Reeves is back as Neo, the erstwhile hacker and reluctant messiah, in this visually stunning sequel from the imaginative writing-producing-directing siblings Andy and Larry Wachowski. Once again, we are transported to the ersatz reality of the future, created and sustained by computers under the direction of a malevolent entity. In this second installment of the trilogy, the hidden city of Zion, home to all humans freed from the tyranny of the Matrix, is threatened by an army of probes a quarter million strong. Neo, working with his mentor, Morpheus Laurence Fishburne, has just 72 hours to stave off the attack, and he's handicapped by the mental torture resulting from a recurring dream in which his beloved Trinity Carrie-Anne Moss meets a horrible death at the hands of the enemy. Having redefined sci-fi action with the first Matrix, the Wachowski brothers labor mightily to top themselves with several bravura sequences, including a vertigo-inducing scene in which Neo battles an army of dark-suited, sunglasses-wearing villains cloned from his nemesis, Agent Smith played with wry insouciance by Hugo Weaving. But The Matrix Reloaded isn't just a collection of action scenes: The Wachowskis delve deeper into their mythology, making the film considerably more challenging to absorb. Reeves is, once again, properly enigmatic as Neo, while Moss gets an opportunity to exhibit the smoldering passion bubbling beneath Trinty's surface. Monica Bellucci lends able support as, you guessed it, a temptress. Other welcome additions include Jada Pinkett Smith as a swift-kicking former lover of Morpheus's and Anthony Zerbe as a wise patriarch of Zion. The tremendous cult of Matrix fans has been more than satisfied by this visually sumptuous, intellectually stimulating sequel. Movie lovers eager for a few hours of eye-popping pyrotechnics won't be disappointed, either.
All Movie Guide - Skyler Miller
One of the most genuinely anticipated movies of its time, The Matrix Reloaded saturated theaters with an expectation of excellence that few films would ever be able to meet. But even with unrealistic expectations taken into account, this first sequel to The Matrix still disappoints. Respect must be given to the ambition, complexity, and sheer scale of the endeavor, but this quickly gives way to the significant problems with pacing and structure that didn't exist in the first movie. Case in point: After a brief blaze of action, The Matrix Reloaded settles into nearly 30 minutes of talk, talk, and more talk. Weighed down by these overlong sections of meaningless blather among insignificant characters, there are some truly head-scratching scenes that could've easily been excised -- Neo's (Keanu Reeves) late-night encounter with Councillor Harmann (Anthony Zerbe) being the most glaring example -- and the remainder of the movie strains to regain lost audience enthusiasm after this point. Where The Matrix was tightly structured and fast-paced, The Matrix Reloaded plays out on a larger scale, with its various pieces struggling to cohere together. The lengthy action sequences are motivated less by plot than by the need to have another action sequence, and though the story has a wobbly arc of its own, the finale feels as if it was arbitrarily cut to create a cliffhanger that's more puzzling than "whoa" inducing. Those expecting something as new and surprising as the first Matrix may also be let down by the sequel's lack of a truly dazzling effect on the magnitude of "bullet-time." Instead, the old effects are refined and reused in set pieces like an exhausting 14-minute vehicle chase and a CG fight sequence that comes close to replicating the look of reality. It's telling that one of the most entertaining action scenes -- the precise hand-to-hand combat between Neo and Seraph (Collin Chou) -- is also one of the simplest. But in sequel-land, simple is rarely good enough, and The Matrix Reloaded is ultimately diminished by its affinity for all things exaggerated. For the Wachowskis, no chase is too long, no speech too windy, no Biblical reference too overt. By the end of nearly two-and-a-half hours, the Matrix hasn't been reloaded; it's been deflated.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/14/2003
  • UPC: 085392864829
  • Original Release: 2003
  • Rating:

  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Cinemascope (2.35:1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English, Français
  • Time: 2:18:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 25,579

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Keanu Reeves Neo
Carrie-Anne Moss Trinity
Laurence Fishburne Morpheus
Hugo Weaving Agent Smith
Jada Pinkett Smith Niobe
Gloria Foster The Oracle
Harold Perrineau Jr. Link
Monica Bellucci Persephone
Harry J. Lennix Commander Lock
Lambert Wilson Merovingian
Randall Duk Kim The Keymaker
Nona Gaye Zee
Anthony Zerbe Councillor Hamann
Helmut Bakaitis The Architect
Neil Rayment Twin #1
Adrian Rayment Twin #2
Daniel Bernhardt Agent Johnson
Christine Anu Kali
Steve Bastoni Captain Sorren
Lachy Hulme Sparks
Matt McColm Agent Thompson
Rupert Reid Lock's Lieutenant
Gina Torres Cass, Dozer's widow
Clayton Watson The Kid
Ngai Sing Seraph
Roy Jones Jr. Captain Ballard
Monique Montez
Che Timmins Radio Man
David A. Kilde Agent Jackson
Genevieve O'Reilly Officer Wirtz
Ray Anthony Power Station Guard
Andy Arness Police #2
Alima Ashton-Sheibu Girl (Link's Niece)
Donald Battee Vector
Valerie Berry Priestess
Ian Bliss Bane
Liliana Bogatko Old Woman At Zion
Michael Budd Zion Controller
Stoney Burke Bike Carrier Driver
Kelly Butler Ice
Josephine Byrnes Zion Virtual Control Operator
Noris Campos Woman With Groceries
Paul Cotter Corrupt
Marlene Cummins Another Old Woman At Zion
Attila Davidhazy Young Thomas Anderson (12)
Essie Davis Maggie
Terrell Dixon Wurm
Nash Edgerton Security Guard #5
David Franklin Maitre D'
Austin Galuppo Young Thomas Anderson (4)
Daryl Heath A. P. U. Escort
Malcolm Kennard Abel
Chris Kirby Mauser
Peter Lamb Colt
Nathaniel Lees General Mifune
Tony Lynch Computer Room Technician
Robert Mammone AK
Joshua Mbakwe Boy (Link's Nephew)
Scott McLean Security Bunker Guard #2
Christine Mitchell Power Station Guard
Steve Morris Computer Room Guard
Tory Mussett Beautiful Woman at Le Vrai
Rene Naufahu Zion Gate Operator
Robyn Nevin Councillor Dillard
David No Cain
Socratis Otto Operator (Vigilant)
Montaño Rain Young Thomas Anderson (8)
David Roberts Roland
Shane C. Rodrigo Ajax
Nick Scoggin "Gidim" Truck Driver
Kevin Scott 18 Wheel Trucker
Tahei Simpson Binary
Frankie Stevens Tirant
Nicandro Thomas Young Thomas Anderson (2)
Andrew Valli Police #1
Steve Vella Malachi
John Walton Security Bunker Guard
Cornel West Councillor West
Leigh Whannell Axel
Anthony Wong Ghost
Tammy Cheney dancer
Michael E. Cole dancer
Brandon Freeman dancer
Yukie Fujimoto dancer
Jenifer Golden dancer
Chae Hill dancer
Maurya Kerr dancer
Silfredo Lao Vigo dancer
Monique Strauss dancer
Damon White dancer
Technical Credits
Andy Wachowski Director, Executive Producer, Screenwriter
Larry Wachowski Director, Executive Producer, Screenwriter
Kenny Alexander Stunts
Hank Amos Stunts
Steven E. Anderson Makeup
Margaret Aston Makeup
Benjamin Ball Consultant/advisor
Kym Barrett Costumes/Costume Designer
David M. Barrett Stunts
Clancy Lee Beck Stunts
Keir Beck Stunts
Jason Bentley Musical Direction/Supervision
Bruce Berman Executive Producer
Paul Borne Stunts
Bobby Bowles Stunts
Karen Bradley Makeup
Troy Brown Stunts
Danielle Burgio Stunts
Molly Harris Campbell Costumes/Costume Designer
Jack Carpenter Stunts
Tiger Chen Stunts
Godric Cole Set Decoration/Design
Gilbert Combs Stunts
Tim Connolly Stunts
Jules Cook Art Director
Steven Richard Courtley Special Effects Supervisor
Paul Crawford Stunts
John Cypert Stunts
Geofrey Darrow Consultant/advisor
Jeff Dashnaw Stunts
David Lee Sound/Sound Designer
Don Davis Score Composer
Dane A. Davis Sound/Sound Designer
Kelsee Devoreaux Stunts
Paul Doyle Stunts
Thomas Dryden Stunts
Brian Duffy Stunts
Brian Dusting Set Decoration/Design
Christine Renee Dye Costumes/Costume Designer
Ousuan Elam Stunts
Annie Ellis Stunts
Debbie Evans Stunts
Ashley Fairfield Stunts
Judy Feil Costumes/Costume Designer
Mali Finn Casting
Clay Donahue Fontenot Stunts
David Forbes Executive Producer
Jean Fredrickson Costumes/Costume Designer
Kathleen Giordano Costumes/Costume Designer
Tina Gordon Makeup
Michael Green Asst. Director
Mike Gunther Stunts
Nigel Harbach Stunts
Thomas Robinson Harper Stunts
Freddie Hice Stunts
Grant Hill Executive Producer
Mark Hitchler Set Decoration/Design
Steve Holladay Stunts
Lou Horvarth Stunts
Thomas Huff Stunts
Christian Husband Set Decoration/Design
Peter Jerimijenko Stunts
Henry Klingi Stunts
Alex Kuzelicki Stunts
Kevin Larson Stunts
Tawny Ellis Lehman Stunts
David Leitch Stunts
Tasha Lemel Costumes/Costume Designer
Willie Leong Stunts
Anthony Lloyd Stunts
Billy Lucas Stunts
Mark Mansbridge Art Director
Catherine Mansil Art Director
Kim Marks Cinematographer
John Martin Stunts
Brad Martin Stunts
Mike Martinez Stunts
Andrew Mason Executive Producer
Mike Massa Stunts
Andre McCoy Stunts
Calum McFarlane Camera Operator
James McTeigue Asst. Director
John Meier Stunts
Janis Mekaelian Costumes/Costume Designer
Frank Morales Costumes/Costume Designer
Chris Moseley Camera Operator
Jeff Mosley Stunts
Charles Moulton Choreography
Mike Mukatis Stunts
Douglas Neithercut Stunts
Larry Nicholas Stunts
John O'Connell Choreography
Chris O'Hara Stunts
Phil Oosterhouse Associate Producer
Owen Paterson Production Designer
Toby Pease Asst. Director
Melanie Peyton-Smith Stunts
Clay Pinney Special Effects Supervisor
Bill Pope Cinematographer
Vicki Popplewell Associate Producer
Jim Pratt Stunts
Darren Prescott Stunts
Chad Randall Stunts
Rex Reddick Stunts
Ronald R. Reiss Set Decoration/Design
Charlie Revai Art Director
Steve Richards Associate Producer
Tim Rigby Stunts
Larry Rippenkrogger Stunts
Jimmy N. Roberts Stunts
Troy Robinson Stunts
Rocky Capella Stunts
Pat Romano Stunts
Ronnie R. Rondell Stunts
Erik Rondell Stunts
Debby Ross-Rondell Stunts
Andrew Rowlands Camera Operator
John Sarviss Stunts
Matt Saxon Set Decoration/Design
Joel Silver Producer
Howard Smith Camera Operator
Douglas Snivley Stunts
Steve St. John Camera Operator
Zach Staenberg Editor
Gray Stearns Stunts
Keith Suzuki Stunts
Philip Thomas Set Decoration/Design
Alfred Tiegs Costumes/Costume Designer
Tim Trella Stunts
Kenny-King Turko Makeup
Bernadette van Gyen Stunts
Cynthia VanAlstyne Stunts
Tim Walkey Stunts
Aaron Walters Stunts
Danny Weselis Stunts
David Williamson Camera Operator
Shauna Wolifson Casting
Troy Wood Stunts
Danny Wynands Stunts
Avril Wynne Stunts
Marcus Young Stunts
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Scene Index

Side #1 -- Disc One
1. Trinity's In [3:51]
2. Trust Me [5:04]
3. Upgrades [3:21]
4. Zion [4:07]
5. Matter of Time [3:18]
6. Homecomings [3:46]
7. We Are Still Here [3:57]
8. Celebrating Humanity [4:34]
9. Smith Will Suffice [1:41]
10. What Is Control? [4:13]
11. Summoned [2:58]
12. Seraph [2:49]
13. The Oracle [6:57]
14. Swarm of Smiths [4:25]
15. Sticking It to Them [4:54]
16. The Volunteer [2:46]
17. Taste of Merovingian [6:02]
18. Persephone's Kiss [4:14]
19. Unlocking the Keymaker [3:14]
20. Blade Leapers [4:08]
21. Twin Trouble [:01]
22. Freeway Entrance [2:15]
23. Cross-Vehicular Traffic [3:25]
24. Biker Girl [3:40]
25. Trucks Amuck [2:57]
26. The Reason We're Here [4:19]
27. Sacrifice and Sabotage [3:40]
28. So Many of Me [4:06]
29. The Architect [3:14]
30. The One's Function [4:13]
31. Neo's Choice [3:17]
32. Not Letting Go [1:54]
33. Bomb's Target [4:13]
34. Feeling the Enemy [2:26]
35. End Credits [2:45]
36. "Revolutions" Trailer [9:25]
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Menu

Side #1 -- Disc One
   Play Movie
   Scene Selections
   Languages
      Languages: English 5.1
      Languages: Français 5.1
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: Español
      Subtitles: Off
Side #2 -- Disc Two
   Preload
   Matrix Unfolds
   Freeway Chase
   Get Me an Exit
   Enter the Matrix: The Game
   The Animatrix Trailer
   MTV Movie Awards
   Web Links
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    more from this reviewer

    all thumbs up for me

    this movie gets 5 stars in just about every category for me

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    DREW'S REVIEW

    Drew Branch Biology 1/18/05 Movie Review The Matrix The Matrix is about new technology in the future . What is the real world and what is the computer w orld ? What is fake and what is real ? Can they locate and find the person who can save us from the computer world , and bring about the real world ? In the beginning of the movie, the crew members of the Nebacanesar go into the Matrix to save it and all its people from the Agents. The agents are to o strong for the crew members to defeat on their own so they found the one that they need to defeat the agents and save both worlds from destruction. They found a guy named Neo. At first he didn't believe that he was the one because in the beginning he was failing all of the test but when he started to fight Morpheus, the capt ai n of the Nebacanesar, he started to believe that he was the one and he knew what he had to do. Morpheus had t aken Neo to see the O racle and to get more information about the situation. The O racle didn't just tell him what would happen she had made him think about it. On several attempts to defeat the top agent he failed . He started to dou bt himself again, until this girl , Trinity, who also was a crew member of the Nebacanesar said that the O racle revealed that she would fall in love with 'The One' and that she is falling in love with him. After that , on the last attempt he had went into the M atrix, the crew members was retreating to the phone (Thats how they get in and get out off the matrix) and everybody got out the matrix except for Neo. The top agent had trapped Neo in the hallway and shot him three times. Everybody in the real world thought that he was dead but then Neo had turned into the matrix sign and returned back to his regular self. The agent couldn't believe what he just saw and tried to shot more bullets at him but Neo just stopped the bullets in mid air and the bullets fell to the ground. Then Neo ran into the top agents body and... I THINK THAT EVERYBODY SHOULD GO SEE THE MOVIE AND SEE ALL THE OTHER ONE AFTER THAT. I THINK THAT BECAUSE IT IS EXCITING AND YOU NEVER GOING TO KNOW WHO OR WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN NEXT.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Empire Stikes back of the Series

    The matrix was a great start (star wars), Reloaded (think Empire strikes back)a Terrific follow up with bigger budget, special effects and its story rasied some great questions. Shame that 'Revolutions' (poor Return of the Jedi) was a lousy payoff that answered none of the questions raised in 'Reloaded' and had a maddening climax. Shame a great trilogy had to end on such a bad note. Still the first two are great...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    3 out of 10

    Many times have I watched a film and often I have to wonder why those people had to make that film. The Matrix: Reloaded is one of them. The story started off very lamely and reached the zenith point of boredom not once but at many times. It is remarkable because I dozed off a lot and had to stop to get myself a good stretch of my eyes. No doubt, the special effects are extraordinary and surpasses the level that the makers have established in the first Matrix film. The question rises: What made the movie so boring? It is the special effect that has nothing to do with the story, and it is, to me, all show off of what computers can do. That is my version of the movie. If that is the case, why they had to make a movie out of this? I mean, where is the story? The acting? The point? I failed to find a thing in this movie. The movie also broke all the natural laws of physics. Worse enough, although there is a certain set of rules in the film, I am quite befuddled of what exactly are the rules. What I mean by the rules: When does one get cut and bleed? How does it happen? Why is there not anyone suffering bruises? The list of questions can go on and on. It is pointless to care. Examples of natural physics laws that are demolished: The people are not being affected by the strong head winds while top of moving vehicles, Neo being punched on the face while wearing glasses (common sense is that glasses would break), and perhaps the greatest one, when Morpheus jumps up off the moving vehicle and lands on it while the moving vehicle is in place (that's impossible cause Morpheus should have missed the moving vehicle once he jumps off; if you don't believe me, watch Mission: Impossible with Tom Cruise on super fast TGV and, you get the idea). The acting is utterly terrible here. The exception goes to Keanu Reeves since he acts that way (no point of bashing him). Plot, there isn't any. Draw any conclusions you want. In the end, the answer is gonna be: Who cares?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Matrix Reloaded is great time action

    I have seen Matrix Reloaded 2 times and i must say that special visual effects are amazing, the best i have seen since Matrix part 1. I currently own Matrix revolutions and the action sequences in that one are a lot better then Matrix Reloaded but i must say that i like Matrix reloaded action sequences as much as i like the sequences of MAtrix Revolutions.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    meh..

    The 2nd movie sits right inbetween the other two movies. As the plot goes, the best out of the 3. The whole concept given at the end of the movie (I won't spoil it for the 2 people who haven't seen it) was a great twist, but it made me mad that they didn't continue it through Revolutins. What made this movie not so good was the horrible special effects and bad acting. See it if you like the Matrix but don't expect anything special.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Zack...

    While flawed in minor places, Reloaded was very well done. So take your nit-pick game elsewhere, dude. Cheers.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Um... you guys haven't watched the movie have you?

    All of you who say this movie is better than the original: HAVE YOU SEEN THIS MOVIE?!! Lame is all I can say. Not nearly as bad as the 3rd, but no where near the original which is, in my humble opinion, one of the best movies of all time. This is no doubt one of the most over-rated movies of the year (along with Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring). Bad CGI, dumb dialogue and annoying ending. Not recommended unless you just like action. If you have a brain, don't watch this (but if you have to, the big O pie is pretty cool).

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Different. But Different is Good

    I thought there were some things different about Reloaded. But, who can care? The Matrix series are eye-poping fun. Good ending or bad, the matrix revolutionized filmaking. And the revolution....will begin. It also reminds you that anime is the key to this creation of movies.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Mediocre Story + Big Explosions = Lifeless Popcorn Movie

    The Matrix Reloaded is a movie about things going fast and exploding. Unfortunately, all of the fast things and explosions seem to have left little room for actual story. It seems that the infamous brothers decided to make a flashy special effects movie rather than a plot driven story. If you liked the first Matrix for its interesting philosophy and plot, you may want to steer clear of this dissapointing series of slo-mo fighting scenes.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    much better than the first movie

    I saw this movie in theater and my mom thinks it sunks and i love it

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    better than the original

    Simply cool!!!!!Better than the original.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Swing and a miss...

    The brothers swing for the fences and end up dribbling one by the shortstop. This one didn't come close to the first, and could have been edited to about 55 minutes.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Matrix Reloaded

    The Matrix reloaded is the best Matrix movie yet and I cannot wait for the third. It is action packed from beginning to end. Like one big roller coaster ride that never stops. If you were waiting for a better time to watch any of the matrix movie series now's the time and this is the one!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Matrix Has Been Rebooted and Upgraded for Coolness.

    Grab a beer, or soda, popcorn, and some candy because this will be a movie worth pluggin into.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Revolutionary Ending

    What's really going to bake your noodle is how they ruined the ending to what could have been a great trilogy. The first two movies were awesome, and the last was a big disappointment. Go into the movie theater thinking you are going to get some answers, and you'll feel the same as me when its all over.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A W E S O M E

    This movie is an action great . It's action sequences blew me away . I was on the edge on my seat with every scene . My favorite scene was the astonishing freeway chase . This movie is action at it's awesomeness .

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Kick Ass!

    this is by far the best matrix movie yet!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Almost as good as the original!

    The Matrix Reloaded pulls off more impressive visuals than the original with a more intense storyline. This time, the stakes are a lot higher. The plot is a lot thicker. The fights are more mind blowing than the original and the acting is better. We meet new characters and learn more about the ones that make a returning appearance. A new look is pulled off and the fight scenes are better. The digital animation is more improved and the movie is just plain bigger than the original. The plot thickens and gets more complex. That could be a good thing or a bad thing. A major problem with this movie is that the plot gets extremely confusing at times and it leaves us sratching our heads. The Man In White that we meet at the close to end mark, makes everything more and more confusing. Most of his dialogue is confusing and it makes not immediate sense. What we learn in the first film is completely changed by what we hear from the Man In White. Plus, the dialogue is way too long for an action movie like this. It got too long that it began to get boring. The tacked on cliff hanger makes everything even more confusing. The long-winded dialogue and the tacked on cliff hanger make this film not as good as the original. The film is still very good concerning the films that came out this year so far. This film was great. But it doesn't match the original. IT is still a movie that I recommend that others see and even own.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Awesome!!

    Special effects are great, the plotline is great, and the characters are wonderfull!!

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