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The Matrix Revolutions (2003)

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The human city of Zion defends itself against the massive invasion of the machines as Neo fights to end the war at another front while also opposing the rogue Agent Smith.

Directors: Lilly Wachowski, Lana Wachowski.
Writers: Lilly Wachowski, Lana Wachowski.

Release Date: 2003-11-05
Status: Released
Run time: 129 min / 2:9
Budget: $150,000,000
Revenue: $424,988,211
Production Companies : Silver Pictures, Village Roadshow Pictures, NPV Entertainment, Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Countries: United States of America, Australia
Release Date: 2003-11-05
Status: Released
Run time: 129 min / 2:9
Budget: $150,000,000
Revenue: $424,988,211

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Keanu Reeves
as Thomas A. Anderson / Neo
Laurence Fishburne
as Morpheus
Carrie-Anne Moss
as Trinity
Hugo Weaving
as Agent Smith
Mary Alice
as Oracle
Helmut Bakaitis
as The Architect
Lambert Wilson
as The Merovingian
Roy Jones Jr.
as Captain Ballard
Randall Duk Kim
as The Keymaker
Harry Lennix
as Commander Lock
Matt McColm
as Agent Thompson
Harold Perrineau
as Link
Jada Pinkett Smith
as Niobe
Gina Torres
as Cas
Collin Chou
as Seraph
Cornel West
as Councillor West
Nona Gaye
as Zee
Monica Bellucci
as Persephone
Maurice Morgan
as Tower Soldier
Bernard White
as Rama-Kandra
Ian Bliss
as Bane
Bruce Spence
as The Trainman
Kate Beahan
as Coat Check Girl


Directing Lilly Wachowski Director
Writing Lilly Wachowski Screenplay
Directing Lana Wachowski Director
Writing Lana Wachowski Screenplay
Production Joel Silver Producer
Sound Don Davis Original Music Composer
Camera Bill Pope Director of Photography
Editing Zach Staenberg Editor
Production Mali Finn Casting
Production Shauna Wolifson Casting
Art Owen Paterson Production Design
Art Jules Cook Art Direction
Art Catherine Mansill Art Direction
Art Charlie Revai Art Direction
Art Brian Dusting Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Kym Barrett Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Maggie Fung Makeup Artist
Art Hugh Bateup Art Direction
Sound Richard Adrian Sound Designer
Crew Steve Courtley Special Effects
Visual Effects Deb Asch Visual Effects
Crew Ray Anthony Stunts
Crew Glenn Boswell Stunts
Visual Effects Chuck Duke Animation
Directing James McTeigue Assistant Director
Sound Gregg Rudloff Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Visual Effects Brice R. Parker Visual Effects Coordinator

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  • Critic Reviews for The Matrix Revolutions All Critics (215) | Top Critics (40) | Fresh (76) | Rotten (139) | DVD (20) The original Matrix was full of dizzying surprises.

  • The problem of "Matrix Reloaded" and "Matrix Revolutions" is that they are action pictures that are forced to exist in a world that undercuts the reality of the action. Advertisement There is, to be sure, the movie's underlying philosophy, but this grows more underwhelming as the series continues.

  • Matrix Revolutions is deliberately constructed as a puzzle in which you have to work out the complete picture for yourself. It contains some fundamental questions of philosophy, a war story of a hopeless struggle against the machines who besiege Zion and it comes to a conclusion which is not understood by many viewers.

  • Neo (Keanu Reeves) has The anticipated third and final installment, 'The Matrix Revolutions' is a bust... there is no excitement, and the film stands still for a whole nearly two hours to the point where my interest in the plot and the characters ave faded away before the third act.

  • Revolutions picks up immediately after the ending of Reloaded, and does much to combat the pain many of us felt after seeing Reloaded. Basically, Neo is stuck in a sort of Netherworld, neither the "real world", nor the Matrix, and Trinity is tapped to get him out.

  • Parents need to know that as with the first two Matrix films, The Matrix Revolutions, the final installment of the trilogy, contains a great deal of battle violence between the humans and machines, and lots of pretentious dialogue. Characters are wounded and killed and there are some grisly graphic images, with with lots of blood spurting in fight scenes and Octopus-like mechanical sentinels chasing humans.

  • Matrix Revolutions is the weakest of this series, a confounding mish-mash of ideas with few connecting points. While the ideas of humanity, those feelings that make us what we are, sit in the middle, each is discarded because Matrix Revolutions seeks an all-out finish.