The Matrix Revolutions (2003)

Posted in Reviews by - September 03, 2014
The Matrix Revolutions (2003)

The series culminates in a CGI spectacle which goes completely overboard and creates an Independence Day-style apocalyptic extravaganza. There are two big action sequences: the battle to save Zion from the machines is an extended, overwhelming exercise in carnage and noise; and a final fight between Neo and Agent Smith, in which they spend most of their rain-soaked encounter fighting in midair, crashing into buildings and pummelling each other into the ground. All is explained – well, in a way – and although the films now appears to be over, one would assume this franchise will continue its line of video games, animations and merchandising long into the future.

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