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The Matrix Revolutions, created by The Wachowskis: a Film Review


Neo is trapped in the Matrix.  Morpheus and Trinity are trying to fight for his release.  And things are looking dire.

Meanwhile, the Nebuchadnezzar and the Hammer are working to reactivate ships and formulate a plan to gather in defense of Zion.

When reality begins to fall to the machines it seems that Neo really is their only hope….so long as they can bring him back before the Smiths assimilate him.

General Information:

-Genre: Dystopian, Science-Fiction, Action/Adventure

-Creator: The Wachowskis

-Length: 129 minutes

-Rating: R (mild sex and nudity, moderate violence and gore, mild profanity, moderate frightening and intense scenes)

-Where to Watch: Amazon Prime Video (Buy/Rent), iTunes (Buy/Rent), DVD, Blu-Ray, or look for it at your local library

-Main Cast: Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss, Hugo Weaving, Jada Pinkett Smith

-Page of Reference in RP1: 49

Review (contains spoilers):

Yeah…I’m just not sure what to say here…

I’m actually really looking forward to the new film that is supposed to come out in 2021 so I can revisit all of these and really find the words to describe all of it.

But honestly….this was a revolution.  The whole trilogy paved the way for so many other things and it is just fascinating to go back and watch these.  There is so much that has been created BECAUSE of the strides and creativity of these films.  From the cinematography to the CGI to the stunts… so much of the trilogy was just absolutely and incredibly distinctive.

Hopefully the next film will come out as scheduled….if not I’m definitely going to be rewatching these and updating these reviews…

It was really just awesome.


Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

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