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He becomes a Mr. Revolutions is undoubtedly different from the previous films both in general and in terms of tone but why is that necessarily a bad thing? The action is fun and out of this world at times, but without a good enough plot, a viewer can feel disconnected from the characters in the action. At the end, Smith says to Neo the movies tag line – “Everything that has a beginning has an end,” as the Oracle is speaking to Neo through Smith. For a 4 hour epic like the 3rd Lord of the Rings for example it works because they’ve taken so long to develop the characters that the action is more thrilling because you feel so attached. His words to Neo throughout his battle are stellar. The final Neo-Smith fight is awesome. The Architect even noticed that Neo’s experience in the Matrix was different than all the rest, realising he was the first of them to fall in love.

Lastly, the overall flow just seems like the Wachowski’s didn’t know exactly how to end it, not enough time is really given to any of the main or supporting characters, I seem to keep harping on this, but if you are going to end a trilogy you don’t have to come to end-all-be-all on everything, but it would be nice to go into more detail than they do. His encounter with the Oracle, awesome. The system is still threatened by Smith’s behaviour, so the Oracle makes a new choice; one she has never done before because no version of the One has ever chosen the difficult path as opposed to easy one of just resetting the system. The first Matrix movie is one of the more ground breaking movies in the last decade as evidence by a pretty massive influence on pop culture. Carrie-Anne Moss plays her character like she did in film two and that is neither particularly good or bad but a decent performance. The plot of the second movie I did enjoy, I just thought more time should have gone into it.

The previous two films didn’t always succeed in their endeavor – often emerging as more hollow and pretentious than meaningful and profound – but they managed to remain intriguing even in their moments of failure. As most people know Gloria Foster died before finishing her scenes for Revolutions and thus a different actress was cast to take over.

But each version of the One ultimately failed. That flaw is giving individuals the ability to choose. I’ll admitt, Reloaded was a bit slow and perhaps a bit tedious at times. This did that the film distanced itself from the previous films in the series and rather than become another rerun the film becomes its revoluyion entirely and that is both its weakness and its strength.

Sadly I cannot make you love this film as much as I do because that would defeat the purpose of the film which is to make people think for themselves. Whoa Keanu and the ever present bad-ass himself Mr. The Oracle noted that Neo and the Source the computer mainframe, the Architect they’re all one and the same so don’t get confused are connected which is why he can control machines outside the Matrix.

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Thousands of Smiths’ battle, an even more amazing highway scene centered around Morpheus, and the appearance of the amazing Monica Belluci a character I wish we’d heard more from the in the 3rd installment. In the end, Revolutions is everything a true fan of the Matrix wants.

Mifune or the vast array of other characters that get blown to bits, I have no clue who they are, so what does all 2s17 destruction mean to the viewer? The choice fell on Mary Alice and while she is no where near as good as Foster she is decent enough.

Of course there are some plot holes, but I dare anyone and everyone to find a movie without numerous mistakes or unanswered questions. It takes roughly 15 minutes and I for one hardly breathed in those 15 minutes.

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Neo realises it all along, the only way to end this is to sacrifice himself. The climactic battle between Neo and Smith is quite simply stunning. He goes to the machines and asks for PEACE as opposed to simply destroying the system by going through the rvolution door as all other versions of the One did. He is probably my all time favorite screen bad guy.

The Architect represents God – i.

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That’s way too long for a computer generated battle As much as you gotta dig Mr. With the Matrix I feel more so attached to the ideas presented rather than specific characters. There have been multiple versions of the Matrix because of a flaw in the program kinda of like Windows.

I like the fact that Jada-Pinkett Smith was at least put to some more use although it could have been more in this last film, she adds spark in basically every scene she’s in.

All in all, the Matrix was a fun ride, interesting early philosophy the first movieunbelievable special effects all three just incredibleand great Kung-Fu, but it just could have ended differently with more depth.

Perhaps smarter people than I can figure all this out for, frankly, after the subtjtles disappointment occasioned by this film, I couldn’t muster either the desire or the effort to probe very deeply into the matter.

The same knee jerk reaction you have when you realise someone has sent you a virus. I can’t understand the hate. I think the battle sequence is something around 25 minutes? Of the three films, ‘Revolutions’ is definitely the least imaginative and the least interesting.

Keanu, Fish, Carrie-Anne, Jada, and others for the fight for good are also as sharp as they need to be.

He becomes a Mr. Obviously that means that the third is about the inevitable end that must come to us all: In Revoluion, The Architect continues to speak of the anomaly he is unable to get rid of, which is why at some point, he feels the only solution is to destroy the Matrix and those revolutikn are aware of it the people of Zion and start from scratch again.

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The human city of Zion defends itself against the massive invasion of the machines as Neo fights to end the war at another front while also opposing the rogue Agent Smith. At the end, Smith says to Neo the movies tag line – “Everything that has a beginning has an end,” as the Oracle is speaking to Neo through Smith. This is the sixth version of the Matrix.

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I could immerse myself in this review of just how great I think the first movie is, but I digress. Even the stolid earnestness of Keanu Reeves can’t convince us this subgitles around that there is anything hidden under all those cool gadgets and explosions worth our looking into. His encounter with the Oracle, awesome. Neo makes another unique choice. In a strange way, Neo himself ends up getting lost in this film, dropping off the radar screen for astonishingly long stretches of time, only to re-emerge periodically to remind us that there really is supposed to be a purpose buried somewhere beneath all this ear-splitting commotion this could be re-titled ‘Finding Neo’.

The first movie, if done correctly as the Matrix was, can open our eyes to new ideas we never considered in any strain of our imagination. The Architect’s problem with this new design the anomaly of the Matrix is that revolutioon require individuals to think freely, i. Lastly, the overall flow just seems like the Wachowski’s didn’t know exactly how to end it, not enough time is really given to any of the main or supporting characters, I seem to keep harping on this, but if you are going to end a trilogy you don’t have to come to end-all-be-all on everything, but it would be nice to go into more detail than they do.

It was the Oracle that suggested he redesign the Matrix in this way. It was saved by an amazing Neo vs. Also, because it is a little over 2 hours there’s 217 time to get into some of the other cool supporting characters.

Thus endeth the Matrix series, not with a bang but with a whimper – intellectually speaking that is. Smith began to think freely see part I where he is freaking out while interrogating Morpheous and the result was a negative one. His words to Neo throughout his battle are stellar. A disappointing conclusion to the Matrix trilogy as characters and ideas take a back seat to the special effects.

It is action-packed with amazing special effects and the usual above-average revolutiob and amazing creativity in the choreography of the fight scenes. A scene between Seraph and Neo in the teahouse is so light and generally cool for example, but nothing like this really appears in the third.

But since humans have choices, so must the programs sent to watch over them, i.