The Matrix Revolutions (2003) (1/4)

Matrix Revolutions, The

Sorry Ray (an inside joke) but as the Oracle says, "Everything that has a beginning has an end..." Let's hope so. The Matrix franchise was on life support after the Matrix Reloaded but it's certainly dead now. What were they thinking? Did anyone actually "read" the script before they invested mega-bucks and produced this trash?

The machine army continues to drill towards Zion. Within hours, they will overrun the population of the Zionites and lay extinction to human kind. Meanwhile, Neo is held captive by the Merovingian at a train station. Trinity & Morpheus set out on a journey to release him from a mysterious train operator. Also, Smith resumes his quest to kill "Mr. Anderson" as he reveals his identity into the real world and resumes to replicate his program inside the system of The Matrix, causing it to decay. All hope is placed in the freed Neo, who must travel to the city of the machines in the Logos ship with Trinity and bargain to save each kingdom from destruction by finishing Smith once and for all. But even with his new powers over the sentinels, will he be able to fight them off?

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Directed by: Andy & Larry Wachowski
The cast includes: Laurence Fishburne (Morpheus), Carrie-Anne Moss (Trinity), Keanu Reeves (Neo), Hugo Weaving (Agent Smith)
Also known as: The Matrix 3
MPAA rating: , Running time: 129 minutes
Presented in: Color
Related titles: Matrix, The (1999), Matrix Reloaded, The (2003)
Related categories: Robots, Computers, and Machines, Time Travel, Other Dimensions, and Alternate Realities

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