Matrix Revolutions

The Matrix Revolutions

3.8 61
Director: Andy Wachowski, Larry Wachowski, Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss

Cast: Andy Wachowski, Larry Wachowski, Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss

     
 

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Shot back-to-back with The Matrix Reloaded, the third and final installment of Andy Wachowski and Larry Wachowski's sci-fi action saga picks up where the second film left off. Neo (Keanu Reeves) remains unconscious in the real world, caught in a mysterious subway station that lies between the machine world and the Matrix, and Bane (Ian Bliss) is still a conduit

Overview

Shot back-to-back with The Matrix Reloaded, the third and final installment of Andy Wachowski and Larry Wachowski's sci-fi action saga picks up where the second film left off. Neo (Keanu Reeves) remains unconscious in the real world, caught in a mysterious subway station that lies between the machine world and the Matrix, and Bane (Ian Bliss) is still a conduit for Agent Smith (Hugo Weaving), who continues to grow out of control, threatening to destroy both worlds. Meanwhile, as the sentinels get closer and closer to Zion, the citizens of the earth's last inhabited city prepare for the inevitable onslaught. By bargaining with The Merovingian (Lambert Wilson), Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) and Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne) are able to free Neo who, after meeting with The Oracle (Mary Alice stepping in for the late Gloria Foster), decides that he must leave Zion and head for the machine mainframe. As Neo and Trinity venture into the dangerous machine world, with hopes of stopping both the machines and Agent Smith, their comrades in Zion attempt to fight off the attacking sentinels with the odds stacked greatly against them. Other cast members returning include Monica Bellucci, Ngai Sing, and Harold Perrineau Jr.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
The final installment in the Matrix trilogy brings the saga to a rousing conclusion, pitting the remnants of humanity against the mechanical minions of the Merovingian in all-out war. Sibling directors Andy and Larry Wachowski, whose previous entries in the series helped redefine action-oriented sci-fi movies, throw everything but the proverbial kitchen sink into this eye-popping sequel. As in the previous Matrix movies, the seemingly incongruous blending of sophisticated special-effects sequences with the screenplay's elliptical mysticism makes for a uniquely entertaining hybrid. All along we have been told that reluctant hero Neo (Keanu Reeves) is "The One," humanity's chosen savior, and he gets to prove it repeatedly. The climactic clash with his indefatigable adversary, Agent Smith (Hugo Weaving) looks like a live-action version of a comic-book battle, and it's one the film's many highlights. Also back again to fulfill their destinies are Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne) and Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss), who've been with Neo from the beginning of his struggles within the Matrix. Occasionally it appears as though the Wachowskis' reach has exceeded their grasp: some of the supporting characters are insufficiently developed, and the presence of Italian sex siren Monica Bellucci amounts to barely a cameo. But Revolutions never stints on the action, which includes extensive battle sequences that rate among the best ever attempted. As the grand finale of an epic trilogy, the movie may not have the most rewarding ending, but the exciting impact of The Matrix -- both on movies and pop culture in general -- remains undeniable.
All Movie Guide - Jeremy Wheeler
Endlessly disputable in its ideals, execution, and most importantly, audiences' expectations, the final act in the Matrix trilogy dares to deliver what classic science fiction has delved into for years -- human understanding. Ironic then that for the most part, the filmmakers' intent has remained universally misunderstood. The second film was so poorly received that by the time this entry was released, most outside of tight knit fan communities had lost interest. And just how does it end? With rousing action sequences sure to have audiences whooping and hollering?... Hardly, though the film's two big set pieces should, by all means, be that way. Instead, laced with layers of emotional connectivity, the powerhouse scenes of bridled geek joy transcend their money shots and shoot for the inevitable spiritual end that the series had been promising. In this way, Revolutions is a hard sell for any audience. The third film is weightier than it's predecessors and ends on a subdued note that is light years away from the series popcorn days of old. Still, if one stands back and looks at the entire trilogy, there are undeniable themes that make the backbone of the series....The Matrix ends with love causing a miracle. Reloaded ends with love causing a miracle. Revolutions ends with love affecting everything and creating a new world. Love it or hate it, if that isn't hardcore science fiction, then what is?

Product Details

Release Date:
05/12/2009
UPC:
0883929073917
Original Release:
2003
Rating:
R
Source:
Warner Home Video
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
2:18:00

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Keanu Reeves Neo
Carrie-Anne Moss Trinity
Laurence Fishburne Morpheus
Hugo Weaving Agent Smith
Jada Pinkett Smith Niobe
Mary Alice The Oracle
Ngai Sing Seraph
Bruce Spence Trainman
Nathaniel Lees General Mifune
Clayton Watson Kid
Harold Perrineau Link
Nona Gaye Zee
Harry J. Lennix Commander Lock
Monica Bellucci Persephone
Lambert Wilson The Merovingian
Ian Bliss Bane
Helmut Bakaitis The Architect
David Roberts Roland
Essie Davis Maggie
Bernard White Rama-Kandra
Tanveer K. Atwal Sati
Anthony Wong Ghost
Kathryn Jenkins Hel Club Trainee Pony-Girl
Nicole Roberts Hel Club Slave
Cassandra Williams Bubble Girl
Jessica Wynands Hel Club Pony Girl
Matt McColm Agent Thompson
Genevieve O'Reilly Officer Wirtz
Kate Beahan Coat Check Girl
Francine Bell Councillor Grace
Rachel Blackman Charra
Henry Blasingame Deus Ex Machina
David Bowers Q-Ball Gang Member #1
Zeke Castelli Operations Officer Mattis
Dion Horstmans Q-Ball Gang Member #2
Lachy Hulme Sparks
Chris Kirby Mauser
Peter Lamb Colt
Robert Mammone AK
Joe Manning First Operator At Command
Maurice Morgan Tower Soldier
Tharini Mudaliar Kamala
Rene Naufahu Zion Gate Keeper
Kittrick Redmond Second Operator At Command
Rupert Reid Lock's Lieutenant
Kevin Richardson Deus Ex Machina
Richard Sydenham Dock Seargeant
Che Timmins Radio Bunker Man
Gina Torres Cass
Cornel West Councillor West
Anthony Zerbe Councillor Hamann
Robyn Nevin Councillor Dillard

Technical Credits
Andy Wachowski Director,Executive Producer,Screenwriter
Larry Wachowski Director,Executive Producer,Screenwriter
Richard Adrian Sound/Sound Designer
Alex Altrocchi Producer
Ray Anthony Stunts
Margaret Aston Makeup
Kym Barrett Costumes/Costume Designer
Keir Beck Stunts
Jason Bentley Score Composer
Bruce Berman Executive Producer
Jim Berney Special Effects Supervisor
Paul Berolzheimer Sound/Sound Designer
Nicolas Bonnell Producer
Bobby Bowles Stunts
Dan Bronson Costumes/Costume Designer
Michael Brunet Animator
Danielle Burgio Stunts
Marky Lee Campbell Stunts
Jerry Castro Production Manager
Dominic A. Cecere Animator
Stephane Ceretti Special Effects Supervisor
Raelene Chapman Stunts
Tiger Chen Stunts
Michael J. Clausen Animator
John Clinton Producer
Godric Cole Set Decoration/Design
Michelle Comerford Stunts
Buf Compagnie Special Effects
Jules Cook Art Director
Steve Courtney Special Effects Supervisor
Harry Dakanalis Stunts
Geofrey Darrow Consultant/advisor
Don Davis Score Composer
Dane A. Davis Sound/Sound Designer
John "D.J." Desjardin Special Effects Supervisor
Kelsee Devoreaux Stunts
Roger Dodd Special Effects
Danial Donai Stunts
Chuck Duke Animator
Brian Dusting Set Decoration/Design
Nash Edgerton Stunts
Ousuan Elam Stunts
Julia Evershade Editor,Sound Editor
Mali Finn Casting
Cameron David Folds Animator
Dennis Forry Special Effects
Jenny Fulle Executive Producer
Aaron Gilman Animator
Andrew Glass Consultant/advisor
Dan Glass Special Effects Supervisor
Tina Gordon Makeup
Zig Gron Score Composer,Editor
Grant Hill Executive Producer
Bryan Hirota Special Effects Supervisor
Charles Hobson Stunts
Michael Holzl Animator
Traci Horie Animator
Lou Horvarth Stunts
Jamee Houk Animator
Victor Huang Animator
Christian Huband Set Decoration/Design
George Hull Art Director
Eric Ingerson Animator
John L. Jack Producer
Graham Jahne Stunts
Wedrell James Special Effects
Julie Jaros Animator
Peter Jerimijenko Stunts
Michael Edward Johnson Sound/Sound Designer
Ken "Satchel" King Animator
Scott Kravitz Animator
Alex Kuzelicki Stunts
Andrew Lackey Sound/Sound Designer
Mark Lapwood Cinematographer
Mark Larry Sound/Sound Designer
David Leitch Stunts
Kim Libreri Special Effects Supervisor
Daniel Loeb Animator
Mark Mansbridge Art Director
Catherine Mansil Art Director
Ethan Marak Animator
Brad Martin Stunts
Andrew Mason Executive Producer
Calum McFarlane Camera Operator
Scott McLean Stunts
James McTeigue Asst. Director
Phil Meacham Stunts
Neil Michka Animator
Chris Mitchell Stunts
Michael W. Mitchell Sound/Sound Designer
Darren Mitchell Stunts
Noah Thoreau Mizrahi Animator
Rodney Montague Special Effects Supervisor
Robert J. Mooney Asst. Director
Angela Moore Stunts
George Murphy Special Effects Supervisor
Guido Muzzarelli Animator
Kurt Nellis Animator
Grant Alan Niesner Art Director
Nancy Noblett Art Director
John O'Connell Choreography
Chris O'Hara Stunts
Lawson W. Owen Producer
Phil Pastuhov Cinematographer
Owen Paterson Production Designer
Puvan Pather Stunts
Toby Pease Asst. Director
Melanie Peyton-Smith Stunts
Ann Podlozny Producer
Bill Pope Cinematographer
Vicki Popplewell Associate Producer
Darren Prescott Stunts
Matt Prine Special Effects
Joey Rand Score Composer,Editor
Charlie Revai Art Director
Steve Richards Associate Producer
Jules Roman Executive Producer
John Ross Score Composer
Charles Rotherham Asst. Director
Mick Roughan Stunts
Andrew Rowlands Camera Operator
Warrick Sadler Stunts
Matt Saxon Set Decoration/Design
Mike Schmitt Special Effects Supervisor
Phil Sheather Cinematographer
Sarah Shores Special Effects
Jason Shulman Animator
Joel Silver Producer
Yasca Sinigaglia Stunts
Kane Skennar Cinematographer
Tom Slovick Production Manager
Cathie Small Stunts
Howard Smith Camera Operator
Brit Sooby Stunts
Scott Souter Special Effects Supervisor
Richard Spah Special Effects
Zach Staenberg Editor
Gillian Statham Stunts
Tom Steel Score Composer
Jesse Sugarman Animator
Bill Talbott Score Composer
Damon Tedesco Score Composer
Non Thareechit Animator
Philip Thomas Set Decoration/Design
Darko Tuscan Stunts
Jeffrey Valdez Special Effects
Bernadette van Gyen Stunts
Bil Van Ness Animator
Paul Waggonner Animator
Christopher Walsh Animator
Aaron Walters Stunts
Ben Watkins Score Composer
David Weinstein Animator
Tim Wessling Special Effects
Geoff Wharton Cinematographer
David Williamson Camera Operator
Min Windle Stunts
Amber Wong Executive Producer
Avril Wynne Stunts
Janet Yale Producer

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Widescreen
1. 20 Hours to go [3:54]
2. Trapped [3:37]
3. The Connection Matters [2:46]
4. Down Here I'm God [4:24]
5. Coat-Check Chaos [3:14]
6. Interesting Deal [5:34]
7. The End Is Coming [6:32]
8. We Meet at Last [5:28]
9. The Logos Found [3:58]
10. Volunteers [3:24]
11. I Believe in Him [3:44]
12. Nothing's Changed [2:19]
13. Stowaway [2:50]
14. See Your Enemy [6:06]
15. Give 'Em Hell [2:18]
16. Detected [2:10]
17. Breaching the Dome [5:30]
18. Storming Sentinels [2:28]
19. Trying to Keep Up [4:04]
20. Unfinished Business [3:49]
21. Hell of a Pilot [4:45]
22. Report to the Council [2:46]
23. Believers [3:19]
24. Glimpse of the Sky [2:36]
25. Saying What Matters [4:59]
26. A Truce [5:03]
27. It Ends Tonight [2:57]
28. Urban Splash [3:13]
29. Neo's Choice [3:26]
30. Inevitable and Over [3:32]
31. Real Peace [2:25]
32. Freedom and Sunlight [2:40]
33. End Credits [8:57]

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The Matrix Revolutions 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 61 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this movie will go along with caddyshack 2, rocky 5 and we will all just pretend these didn't happen. this was the biggest piece of crap i have ever seen. this in no way compares to lord of the rings, lotr has a story that matrix lost after the 1st one. at least part 2 had alot of action. sadly, i wont get those 2 hours of my life back......
Guest More than 1 year ago
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!
Guest More than 1 year ago
IT is obvious that most of the things you see in the Matrix trilogy has been taken or is related to the events in the bible. That is what makes the movies so interesting and so realistic. Not to mention the alikeness that Neo and jesus carry, their destiny and yes...even their sacfrifice for others. And the visual effects are pretty good. The results, this movie kicks @$$, no matter what the ending is. Not saying there is a bad ending, just, a reasonable one.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Revolutions is the 3rd and final Chapter of the Matrix Trilogy it filled with emotion, action, and closure a must have for movie lovers everywhere
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved this movie but it left me with too many questions and argument topics to have with other people. The conclusion was really bad. The fact that they reseted the matrix was bad. But everything else was very good and well thought out.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I hope this is the end of Matrix. I want to see Lawrence Fishburn back to work on the great drama performances he has done in the past.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I completely loved this movie in every way! I suggest this movie to any Matrix fan! The Super Brawl between Neo and Smith kicks butt!
Guest More than 1 year ago
A third straight supermovie from those masters of high-tech thrillers, the Wachowski brothers. Left me wondering what they could possibly do to top this--until I read the new tech thriller NANO by John Robert Marlow. On the back cover, Vernor Vinge (who invented the concept of cyberspace in his short story True Names) says: 'Could make a spectacular movie. Wachowski borthers, watch out!' Then someone told me the Wachowski brothers may do this as their next project. Can't wait!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I liked the first movie way better than 'Reloaded' and 'Revolutions'. The only reason I liked it was because of the fight scenes and because of Neo, other than that I didn't like the storyline.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This final segment of the trilogy fulfilled all of my expectations including the almost 1 hour battle in the heart of Zion between the humans and the robots. Neo and Trinity face the biggest obstacle yet, while Mr. Smith only seems to cause more chaos and trouble for anyone in his path. This film was great and I would not hesitate recommending it to anyone!
Guest More than 1 year ago
i mean people say it was the worst movie ever, but it just leaves a lot to be imagined, which is either bad or good to people. but it is still way better then the horrible lord of the rings. im not a kid anymore! it is a good movie. nowhere near as good as the first one though. the second one is great too, if tou forget the hippie dance scene.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Great movie. Sprcial effect were off the HEEZEY!!! Super Burly Brawl was one of the coolest battle sequences ever created(second only to The Lord of the Rings The Return of the King).I would give it 10 stars but they don't let you. It is the Star Wars of our generation. A must see.
Guest More than 1 year ago
THE MATRIX IS A GOOD MOVIE TO WATCH IT GIVES SUSPENCEAND IT MAKES YOU THINK ABOUT WHATS GOING ON IN THE MOVIE.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A Must see for any Matrix fan. An open ending with room for speculation. But then again if it wasn't different and puzzling then it wouldn't be part of the Matrix trilogy.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Matrix Revolutions comes to a thrilling end in the Matrix Trilogy. The action is non-stop and pulse racing. The movie still has that edge and hook that has made the first 2 so successful and important to today¿s pop-culture. It stimulates the mind which gives this movie a 5 star review. Its not something you sit down and just watch and expect to absorb and completely understand. You actually have to THINK about what is going on and have to try to make an attempt to tie in the 3 movies. That¿s a big reason for my liking of this movie. I want to have to think about what is going on, not just sit there and get it the first time over. The special effects were awe-inspiring and the story line was a bit confusing, but unless you have viewed the previous two installments then the movie will not make much sense to you, but as I have said earlier, unless you think about the movie you wont understand much of it. All the main characters return to rid the enslaved world of the machines. Neo ( Keanu Reeves ) returns as The One as well as Morpheus ( Laurence Fishburne ) and Trinity ( Carrie Ann Moss ) to help aid Neo in his battle against the machines. Fortunately, Agent Smith ( Hugo Weaving ) is back and ready to take down Neo. The character development was lacking, but if you paid attention then you can tell that the characters have changed and evolved into much more superior and vital characters in the trilogy. For instance Neo speaks as if he has been around for the length of the Matrix. As if he has been there from the very beginning. His rhetoric gives the impression that he knows what is going on at all times, and he sees the future in his dreams which push the climax of the movie further and further up to dizzying heights. Although the ending might seem unfulfilling to some viewers, it is best left as is. It allows the viewers to form their own opinions of what happens in the movie and I would not have it any other way.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It takes you more into the realms of the mind and of the spirit, f-rom the real to the unreal, delusions and illusions, shadows and light, f--rom fact to imagination, where anything is possible! It could become Matrix Resurrections in the fourth.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you like the matrix saga for its original storyline and action, than Revolutions was a perfect conclusion. Neo's conversation at Mobile Ave. and confrontations in the machine city were great to watch. The battles for Zion and Neo, at the club, were awsome (don't forget Bain). Problems I had were with some scenes of melodrama and cheesy scenes of dialogue that are below this Matrix movie. I belive that people were disappointed by the ending (although I give kudos to the bros. for not being predictable, but creative there) which also hurt people's opinions of it. The morals given by the movie are very insightful.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I dont care what people say. The matrix Revolutions was an awesome ending. Its too bad its over. It was definetly a thrilling ride. The best part of the movie were the visiual effects.
Dunn1inc More than 1 year ago
you need to see this series from the beginning to fully appreciate the visuals and SFX. it'll take your mind on a journey if you let it. a well deserved vacation from the norm. Get your copy today!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Matrix Revolutions is without a doubt the worst movie I have seen in years. From its meaningless pseudo-philosopy begining and pointless club brawl to its incredibly dissapointing ending, this movie is a showcase of special effects, and nothing else. This movie had more content than the second, but the acting was deplorable. You never actually get to the point where you care whether or not the characters live or die. The movie is basically a showcase of overdone special effects accented by meaningless religious psychobabble. Don't waste your time on this one.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I LOVE THIS MOVIE AND IS A MUST SEE BUT I THINK THEY SHOULD COME OUT WITH ANOTHER ONE TO ANSWER MY QUESTIONS: WERE DID THEY TAKE NEOS BODY? WHAT NEXT FOF ZION? If anyone can tell me anything write my e mail.
Guest More than 1 year ago
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.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really regret not seeing this in the theater, but when I borrowed this from a friend I had to have it so I went out and picked it up. I don't want to begrudge anyone their God-given right to their opinion, but I though this film was a fantastic way of capping the series. Maybe it's based on my deep and personal faith, but I was really impressed with the progression of the series. The MAtrix- birth, Reloaded- Purpose and the meaning of life, Revolutions- Sacrifice, Love and Death. I was wowed with the style and concept with the first film, found a deep and abiding respect for the intellectual and philosophical attitude of the the second and thrilled with the way they focused on Zion in the third. In sequels there is a tendency to give the audience the same thing over and over again until the grosses drop, but the Wachowski's aren't ones to rip people off, instead they expand on what they have already laid out and expounded on it. I could easily see The Matrix carrying on for another trilogy as The Matrix 2.0 version, but that wouldn't be the brothers style. I'm curious to see what they will move on to after this.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Matrix trilogy is the best trilogy ever, as simple as that. Star Wars? Not a trilogy anymore. The Lord of the Rings? I hated that movie... if you liked, you'd better read the book, is a million times better.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Often and normal people do not undestand what the Matrix is about, but this movie is really into the existence of programs and hardware combinated, You need to understand more than simply playing and microsoft office to really enjoy the movie.