Aroview: The 'Matrix Trilogy' concludes in a green-tinged maelstrom of CGI-enhanced action and conceptual confusion.
Trinity (Moss) and Morpheus (Fishbourne) seek to rescue Neo (Reeves) from his limbo state, while the computers of The Matrix launch a final allout assault on the human species, while Agent Smith (Weaving) harbours his own nefarious plans... Relying on some by-now exhausted imagery, cod-philosophy and over-abstraction, this still succeeds as eye-candy, but is an underwhelming conclusion to the iconic sci-fi series.
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3 stars (Good Enough) I suppose you have to see it if you're at all invested in the story- although there really isn't much of one left. Revolutions his has some flashy sequences, but continues on the 'cartoonish' path, giving this an entirely different feel to the first f~Tom H