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The Matrix Revolutions

  R HD Closed Captioning

Andy Wachowski

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Plot Summary

Everything that has a beginning has an end. In this explosive final chapter of the Matrix trilogy, Neo, Morpheus and Trinity battle to defend Zion, the last real-world city, against the onslaught of the machines that have enslaved the human race. And, now as Neo learns more about his heroic powers--including the ability to see the codes of things and the people, he faces the consequences of the choice made in The Matrix Reloaded.

Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews

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36%
  • Reviews Counted: 208
  • Fresh: 74
  • Rotten: 134
  • Average Rating: 5.3/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Fresh: No less than the rankest demagogue, The Matrix Revolutions insists on the primacy of faith over knowledge. Once it locks and loads, however, the triumphant visuals short-circuit anything resembling abstract thought. – J. Hoberman, Village Voice, Mar 16, 2004

Rotten: Noisy, repetitious and bloated with the Wachowski brothers' jumbled, digital-age philosophy. – Jack Mathews, New York Daily News, Jun 24, 2010

Rotten: The Wachowski brothers have rendered their chronicles into banality, as if trying to imitate the qualitative tailspin of the Star Wars series. – Desson Thomson, Washington Post, Jun 24, 2010

Rotten: This isn't revolution, this is devolution. – Tom Long, Detroit News, Jun 24, 2010

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Customer Reviews

Studios Decide On Rentals, And ...

From what I recall, The Matrix was designed as a trilogy. This is one of the few trilogies that had a purposely designed, sequential plot. You may notice some of the clues from the first film, but you don't know that until you see the last. I'm pretty sure iTunes has no say so on what is rented, and what is sold. So it would be kind of cool if people wised up about that and started to complain to the providers of the content. I only stress this because I have the same issues, and I truly believe they would do financially better if they allowed us this option on all films. In addition, like everyone else, I would like to see all seasons of all shows. Especially all of the Star Trek series, Roswell, and favorites of others. I'm sure many agree.

Doesn't make sense without Reloaded.

While not spectacular, Matrix Revolutions is a solid conclusion to the Matrix Trilogy. However, this movie doesn't work without having first seen Matrix Reloaded. As such, iTunes should really add the missing link in the Matrix Trilogy.

whats up

how do you not have the 2nd part of this trilogy. its ludacris that such a thing has even come about Itunes come on now you can't have an "Oreo" without the middle and you can't have a trilogy without the whole thing. please consider what you have done and the actions that should be taken to fix this.

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  • $14.99
  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • Released: 2003

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Available Bundle

  1. The Matrix Trilogy, Warner Bros.