The Matrix Revolutions (2003)

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

The series culminates in an awesome spectacle which betters Reloaded by going completely overboard and creating 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 the final fight between Neo and Agent Smith, in which they spend most of their rain-soaked encounter fighting in midair, crashing into buildings and pummeling each other into the ground. All is explained – well, as much as can be expected – and although the films appears to be over, one would assume this franchise to continue its line of video games, animations and merchandising long into the future.

This post was written by
Hi there. I'm the editor of Kung Fu Movie Guide. Be sure to visit regularly for the latest analysis, interviews, profiles, podcasts and reviews on martial arts movies made around the world.

Leave Your Comment