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The Matrix Revolutions (Widescreen) (2 Discs)

Keanu Reeves , Laurence Fishburne , Andy Wachowski , Lana Wachowski    R (Restricted)   DVD
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Despite the inevitable law of diminishing returns, The Matrix Revolutions is quite satisfying as an adrenalized action epic, marking yet another milestone in the exponential evolution of computer-generated special effects. That may not be enough to satisfy hardcore Matrix fans who turned the Wachowski Brothers' hacker mythology into a quasi-religious pop-cultural phenomenon, but there's no denying that the trilogy goes out with a cosmic bang instead of the whimper that many expected. Picking up precisely where The Matrix Reloaded left off, this 130-minute finale finds Neo (Keanu Reeves) at a virtual junction, defending the besieged human enclave of Zion by confronting the attacking machines on their home turf, while humans combat swarms of tentacled mechanical sentinels as Zion's fate lies in the balance. It all amounts to a blaze of CGI glory, devoid of all but the shallowest emotions, and so full of metaphysical hokum that the trilogy's detractors can gloat with I-told-you-so sarcasm. And yet, Revolutions still succeeds as a slick, exciting hybrid of cinema and video game, operating by its own internal logic with enough forward momentum to make the whole trilogy seem like a thrilling, magnificent dream. -- Jeff Shannon

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Reeves/Fishburne/Moss/Bellucci ~ Matrix Revolutions

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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastique June 8 2013
By madcat TOP 1000 REVIEWER
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Une série de film qui vous plonge dans un imaginaire temporel incroyable et tellement imaginatif je les réécoute aux 2 ans sans jamais m en lasser
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4.0 out of 5 stars The weakest part of an amazing trilogy Nov. 24 2007
The Matrix Trilogy must be one of the most significant films of our time, and is likely to go down as an all time sci-fi classic along with the likes of Blade Runner. It is obviously laden with symbology fished from a variety of sources, but I wonder if the Watchowski brothers realised just exactly how powerful a metaphor for our reality they were creating.

The central premise that our lives are not 'real' but are steeped in illusion in order that our life force may be fed upon whilst we are enfenced unwittingly like cattle - this is a relevant and powerful message on many levels. It can easily be seen that this is true on a superficial level, with the rampant rise of ultra-aggressive capitalist consumerism, whereby everyone is 'sold a dream' in order to siphon off all income to profit the few, but it goes deeper than that, and can be used to catch a glimpse of some ideas on the true nature of reality. The overlap with material such as Castaneda is remarkable, with stories about the archetypal predator who is invisible, and feeds on us because he has 'given us his mind'. In all, it is a striking metaphor for the human condition.

Of course the great thing is that, even if you don't want to explore things to those levels, taken at surface value as a piece of entertainment, the Matrix is still a fantastic sci-fi/action trilogy, with colourful characters, awesome visuals, and a solid original plotline. Taken as a trilogy, this is a fantastic piece of film-making artwork, though for me, this third episode is the weakest of the three, as the story gradually dissolves into excessive desperate violence, so for that reason I give it 4 stars. But don't get me wrong, it is still a very strong film and beats many other modern sci-fi efforts hands down. It just has a very high level of expectation to live up to, given the beginning of the trilogy.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Better than expected... May 28 2004
After reading all the negative reviews, and skipping out on its appearance at the local multiplex, I finally got a chance to sit down and view Revolutions in the comfort of my own home after receiving the DVD as a birthday gift. Naturally, before even pressing play, I had a negative feeling about the film, and was somewhat skeptical as to what the Wachowski brothers were gonna throw my way.
However, after viewing it, and letting it sink in a bit, I must say that the film is far better than I expected. Mostly due to the pacing, which is much swifter than the middle installment. While the 2nd film seemed to get caught up in its on existential and spiritual hokeyness, this film seemed to be quite a bit more balls to the wall action and straightforward in terms of plot. Again, the acting leaves a lot to be desired (did anyone buy into Neo and Trinity's 'love'?), and there was the occasional talky nonsense, particularly in the scenes with the 'new' oracle. But the Battle for Zion makes up for most of it, as does the final confrontation with Agent Smith. I must say though, the ending leaves open quite a few questions and is somewhat open ended... but again, would you expect anything less?
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1.0 out of 5 stars Cinematic excrement. May 8 2004
Watching this is equivalent to being served my own excrement on a dinner plate. Cold. And a few days old.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Stunning, masterful, best sf films in years... April 16 2004
As with any genre, science fiction (sf) has certain themes which lesser writers have used so often they've degenerated into cliches or parody. Time travel is the most obvious. Berman's Star Trek used time travel so often it's become a joke. That the last two NexGen movies discarded it altogether is proof that this hoary cliche has been exhausted.
The other great theme of the genre is the 'revolt of/from the machines, a time when our own creations would achieve sentience and attempt to destroy us. This goes back to Colossus of the Sixties, Battlestar Galactica in the Seventies and the 2000s. Even the first hacker movie "War Games" central theme was that of a sentient computer run wild, the human element removed from the loop.
The Machine theme resonates more everyday. Technology begins to speed past the limits of the comprehensible, invades literally every corner of our lives, from the most public to the most private acts,
The reliance on ever more sophisticated computers grows geometrically despite the fluctuations of the business cycles. Every year, nearly every day, some new gadget is proffered even if there is tangible reason for its existence or purpose. Even though our most sophisticated computers are still nothing but series of switches which open and shut and greater or slower speed, "intelligent software" that which can "learn" is still really just matter of processor and bus speed. Scientists debate whether such machine intelligence is even possible. Never the less, the reassurances of the eggheads can do little against what the heart fears.
Yet the Brothers W have taken this increasingly hackneyed-but real-fear of our machines and produced the ultimate dystopia.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
OK, I have a confession: when I first saw this film, at the end I felt like burning down the theater. I was angry and spent the next 7 months crucifying this film in front of anyone who cared to listen to my ranting. I had loved the first two films and felt let down by this.
I gave myself awhile, got a copy of ANIMATRIX (I highly recommend it), watched the first two again, and yesterday decided to give the movie one more chance. I came back with a much different viewpoint. I realized that the reason why I had felt how I did was because I had ridiculous expectations after seeing RELOADED. That film had been such a heady blend of philosophy and action, that I had been expecting an exponential increase for the third film. Now I realize that this movie is more about death, duality, and rebirth. It is about the end of things.
One gripe many people had (including me) was that the movie basically ended in a cease fire. For all of us raised on decades of action films where the hero gets the girl and the bad guy gets his gruesome comeuppance, this didn't sit well. But what you must realize is that in this world, both man and machine have become so dependent on each other, that one cannot live without the other. It is truly a matter of maintaining balance. Listen to the counselor's opinion on machines when he's on the engineering level with Neo. Also watch "The Second Renaissance" on the ANIMATRIX DVD. Both of these things help bring this concept into focus.
Also, the issue of Neo's five predecessors is never brought up again after his talk with the Architect. How can Zion have been destroyed repeatedly? I realized that the answer lied within the character of the Architect himself. The Oracle tells Neo about the Architect's need for maintaining balance.
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4.0 out of 5 stars the conclusion of the saga (3.5/5)
i found this concluding chapter of The Matrix trilogy much better than
the second installment and probably better than the first one. Read more
Published on Feb. 23 2008 by falcon
5.0 out of 5 stars Outstanding Trilogy!
I know of friends who only saw the first Matrix movie and that is a shame, as all three parts of the trilogy belong together as the journey of Neo and the change that happens to... Read more
Published on Nov. 17 2007 by Aeneas
4.0 out of 5 stars Not the same as the first to but, ahhhh what the heck!
Lots of crash n' bash and smash and guns and fun! A great movie! Tons of octopus-robots, explosions, and... wahoo!
OK, down to the point. Read more
Published on Sept. 16 2005
3.0 out of 5 stars On it's own it sucks. But WITH Reloaded.....
People who critisize this film are right to. However what everybody is doing is not watching it PROPERLY. Read more
Published on Jan. 4 2005 by Jeff
4.0 out of 5 stars a letdown from the first 2.
well if you like bullets,lasers and explosions,this one is for you.problem is,thats it too.they go to the central core of whats holding the computer world together and rage war on... Read more
Published on July 19 2004 by abe
4.0 out of 5 stars Brilliantly Written, overly special-effected
I would give this movie 4.5 stars if I could, but I can't. It like The Matrix Reloaded wasn't quite as good as the original, but still is a brilliantly written and important piece... Read more
Published on July 18 2004 by Daniel Udell, 13
2.0 out of 5 stars And then there were three...
The first Matrix movie was revolutionary at the time. In retrospect, almost frustratingly so(I'm sure we're all tired of directors trying to impress us with bullet speed special... Read more
Published on July 18 2004 by Naive Pegasus
3.0 out of 5 stars It was decent
When I first saw this on an IMAX screen, it was intense - I had to look away several times to avoid being overwhelmed by the images. Read more
Published on July 15 2004
2.0 out of 5 stars I WILL GIVE A SECOND STAR - - - - BC SPARKER IS RIGHT
That was a good review because I felt the same way at first. And you are right when you say that they didn't have their fans in mind when they concieved this. Read more
Published on July 14 2004 by KAHN
5.0 out of 5 stars Good Beyond Belief
This has got to be my favorite movie ever. I am a die-hard fan of The Matrix movies, but this is one hundred times better than the other two. It's phenomenal. Read more
Published on July 13 2004 by HeadbangerDuh
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