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The Matrix Revolutions
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1 star
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Rating: R Year: 2003 Category: Drama Sci-Fi Action
Director: Andy & Larry Wachowski Time: 129 min. Writer: Andy & Larry Wachowski

Mine: Wow, I did not think that this could be any worst than The Matrix Reloaded, but I was wrong. Reload at least has a great chase scene on the highway. This has nothing to recommend it. No interesting ideas, some really lame dialog, incomprehensible fight sequences. Just terrible. The Wachowski Brothers should have left the Matrix alone and gone on to do something else.
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nate the great's rating:
4.5 Stars
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There are two things you have to understand: (1) You REALLY have to get into this movie. You should have watched the previous movies at least 2 times first. If you are just a p*bleep*ive observer, you won't understand much of what's going on, and from the lack of action, you'll think this is a pretty crappy movie. (2) The entire trilogy is meant to be ONE movie. A really long one. Try not to think of this movie as a movie, but rather as the climax to the other two. If you can combine these movies into one- thinking of the first as an introduction, the second as a build-up, and the third as a conclusion, you will get a lot out of it. Especially the third. Don't get me wrong: I DON'T recommend this movie to just anyone- but never would I be caught dead saying that this is a bad movie.
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