The Matrix Revolutions (DVD, 2004, 2-Disc Set)
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- Genre:Sci-Fi & Fantasy
- Display Format:2-Disc Widescreen Set
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- tigerbaby007112Mar 30, 2013by
The Matrix Revolutions
This movie picks up from where The Matrix Reloaded left off and continues to shed light on Neo and his quest to save humanity. The "mother of all battles" awaits and this time it all comes to an end...
Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, Lawrence Fishburne, Hugo Weaving, and the rest of the cast have truly outdone themselves with their performances, which are exceptional to say the least! All the actors, without exceptions, give it their 100% and it really shows (the chemistry is amazing)! Very well written and very well presented, the movie is without a doubt one that can be watched over and over again.
The plot, the setting, the special effects, the music, and the battle scenes are all execellent! The Matrix Revolutions is guaranteed to provide for an evening's entertainment. In addition, it is one of those films that gets you and keeps you thinking long after it's over.
In conclusion, the Matrix Trilogy, as a whole, is one to seriously consider adding to your movie collection!Read full review
- bobbyboy1224Jul 05, 2015by
Very nice thank you. Jackie
a firend ask me to buy this movie. And so I did. This was very good movie, a lot of action. I would recommend this movie to any one I don,t think you should compare movies.Thank you Jackie
- 520541619@delet...Sep 02, 2009by
The Matrix Revolutions
This action packed finale of director Andy Wachowski s trilogy finds an
unconscious Neo (Keanu Reeves) trapped in Mobil Avenue, a subway station
in an intermediate zone between the Matrix and the machine world that is
controlled by the Trainman (Bruce Spence). Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) and
Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne) try to free Neo so he can lead the fight to
save Zion - which is under attack, and very near to destruction. However,
a powerful enemy complicates the overall tasks of all. Good fight scenes
similar to the Original Matrix movie and this flix moves away from the more
romantic episode of the Second movie of the series-The Matrix Reloaded.
Overall, this movie ends the trilogy in a very satisfying manner. Violence
scenes are graphic for a sci-fi movie, however they are not terribly offending
such as you see in present day war movies, etc. A good movie that will more
than fill an evenings entertainment for most people.Read full review
- shalomiahAug 08, 2008by
The conclusion of the Matrix trilogy is somewhat of a departure from the first couple movies in that most of the story unfolds outside of the matrix, and focuses on the last stand of humanity in Zion, and Neo confronting the machines on their own turf.
I found it to be a very exciting, and more emotionally involving, but perhaps heavier, and deeper in it's symbolism. The special effects are outstanding, and there is great action, but fewer scenes of hand to hand combat.
For those who enjoyed the first two movies, this one is essential, and yet some might find it less accessible. I didn't quite appreciate the ending until I'd seen it a couple times, but found it rewarding to take another look and ponder the meaning of the story. It doesn't end the way many might expect, but there is meaning to the story, and if one releases expectation and takes it as it is then the is value in the thoughts which formed the screenplay.
I think it's a great movie, and I'm glad to own it.Read full review
- 3powellgirlsMar 03, 2010by
Loved the movie, lived up to my par from the previous Matrix. Had a great ending. I waited until like a month ago to watch this last movie, but I liked it that way cause I watched the previous 2 the day before so the last one was even better to me. A lot of stuff happens, but its easy to follow. Just a good movie. Not the greatest ending, but it does good for the movie.