Didn't think the special effects propped up a mediocre story acted badly...I have never been a die-hard fan of the Matrix films and this installment certainly didn't win me over to the other side. Corniest... Read moremoments included the chats between Neo and The Oracle, which were so enigmatic that they were senseless and the many stern looks from Laurence Fishburne, which made me wonder whether he had been directed to with-hold any emotions, in the style of Keanau Reeves.
Everything that has a beginning has an end.
Neo. Trinity. Morpheus. They and other heroes stand on the brink of victory or annihilation in the epic war against the Machines in the stunning final chapter of the Matrix trilogy. For Neo, that means going where no human has dared - into the heart of Machine City and into a cataclysmic showdown with the exponentially more powerful renegade program Smith. For writer-directors the Wachowski Brothers and producer Joel Silver, that means soaring beyond the amazing visual inventiveness of the first two films. The revolution is now: The Matrix Revolutions.
- Laurence Fishburne, Keanu Reeves, Hugo Weaving, Carrie-Anne Moss, Monica Bellucci, Jada Pinkett Smith, Essie Davis, David Bowers, Ian Bliss, Sing Ngai, Henry Blasingame, Zeke Castelli, Rachel Blackman
- Andy Wachowski, Larry Wachowski
- Sci-Fi , Action Sci-Fi , Action & Adventure
- DVD and Blu-ray