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Current Rating: 4.40

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  • This matrix was a bit dissapointing because there was not enough matrix in the movie until the end.
  • The perfect conclusion and best film of the series.
  • this was a great movie and neo is not dead his eyes were open he's just weak
  • AN good solid conclusion. the final battle between Neo and Smith is fantastic. Watch the film just for that alone, especially on the big screen. The Zion fight was okay. A good conclusion, don`t listen to the bad hype.
  • i love the matrix revolutions and i hope Neo survives
  • I loved "the matrix", it`s story is TOTALY waterproof, I`ve seen it maby 30-40 times and I can say truthfully, I can`t find one little hole. But when the end of THIS movie came... I was crying! How can they make Neo stop the machines in the REAL world and then only give us a fools explination that: "The power of the one extends behond this world" and then just think that we should get with that and swallow it. How can the Wachowski brothers do something like this? How can they destroy the werry perfect thinking of the matrix. I am SO disappointed!
  • I loved the first one! This one stinks...
  • is neo dead or alive i have a bunch of questions... make a 4 matrix
  • the best ending Matrix trilogy could have had ...
  • i don`t undertand that ending like how after smith copies himself onto neo how did he do that if he couldn`t before and how did neo kill him and how did the oracle help neo when she said she changed i think the first one was the best one an the second and third were only good for the action

The Matrix Revolutions

Genre:  Sci-Fi
Release date:  November 5, 2003 | On DVD/VOD:  April 6, 2004

Current rating: Rating: 4.40
based on 17859 votes and 270 reviews
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Cast: Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss, Hugo Weaving, Jada Pinkett Smith, Monica Bellucci, Harold Perrineau, Genevieve O'Reilly