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The Matrix Revolutions Movie Review

The Matrix Revolutions Movie Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Zion is under attack, Neos lost and Smith has taken over The Matrix! Thats only half of the adventure in The Matrix Revolutions. Find out what else happens to Keanu Reeves and the cast of this amazing movie trilogy.

The final film in The Matrix trilogy is hitting movie theaters and the world will finally know what happens to Neo, Trinity, Morpheus and the evil Agent Smith. Is The Matrix Revolutions going to go down as a movie best or a movie blunder?

The Matrix Revolutions

When we last left the chosen one, he had just saved his true love, Trinity, from certain death and risked the fate of the free world of Zion. Not exactly a happy ending. Well, Neo starts off The Matrix Revolutions with another big dilemma - he's trapped in between The Matrix and the real world. Meanwhile Trinity, Morpheus and Niobe are on a ship with a comatose guy posessed by Agent Smith. And then there's Zion... the free nation built deep within the scorched earth is under attack from hordes of sentinels.

The Matrix Revolutions - Jacked In

Most of Revolutions takes place outside The Matrix and deals with the reality of survival. (Neo can't fly and Trinity can't run up walls outside of The Matrix - makes kicking someone's butt that much harder). The seriousness of the storyline means it could have been a very dark film, but The Matrix Revolutions leaves you with a good vibe. And, if you're worried about losing out on cool, amazing fight scenes just because Neo and the gang don't hang in The Matrix all that much - don't. The time they do spend in the computer world is filled with killer fights and battles. And, the war between the machines and the people of Zion makes any Star Wars battle look like a school-yard game of Red Rover. Serious action. Serious.

The Matrix Revolutions - Jacked Out

The handling of the new Oracle (due to the death of actress Gloria Foster) is a little messy, but there's really nothing that bad to say about The Matrix Revolutions. Even if the trilogy doesn't end the way you hoped it would, it ends the way it should, so you won't be disappointed. But just like all the other Matrix films, you need to really pay attention to get everything that's going down. Don't be surprised if you see people leaving the theater and getting right back in line to see it again.

The Matrix Revolutions - Final Call

The Matrix Revolutions is the perfect ending to a record-breaking, ground-breaking film trilogy. It's neat and clean - leaving no end untied - and it's full of action and excitement.

The Matrix Revolutions Rating:5

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