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Old 11-07-2003, 04:17 PM   #16
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It was ok I don't know it was better than reloaded (IMO). I feel sort of bad for the wachkowski brothers 4 years ago they blew peoples minds showing is things we had never seen before and now a lot of people are like

I will tell you 2 things that are not spoliers per se but skip if you don't want to know









When they are waiting for the train man the wall reads Mobil Ave which rescrambled can be Limbo

the song at the end of the credits is sanskrit from Patanjali's yoga sutras which translates as: lead me from the unreal to the real. from darkness to light from death to immortality.
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I just saw the movie and I enjoyed it but I still like the first one best. I did get a little bored with the middle. It seems like they left open opportunites to do another one.
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I enjoyed it far more than the Reloaded, but I'm still not convinced that there needed to be a trilogy. The third film feels more like a continuation of the second rather than a part of a cohesive 3-part story. I'm not even sure whether it actually deserved to have "Matrix" in its title when it mostly was a man-vs-machine movie with the Matrix bits stuck to it, and the three main characters appearing as guest stars in their own movie.
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I enjoyed it far more than the Reloaded, but I'm still not convinced that there needed to be a trilogy. The third film feels more like a continuation of the second rather than a part of a cohesive 3-part story. I'm not even sure whether it actually deserved to have "Matrix" in its title when it mostly was a man-vs-machine movie with the Matrix bits stuck to it, and the three main characters appearing as guest stars in their own movie.
I tend to agree about the man vs machine aspect. I kind of felt that some of that went on too long and seemed like they had to have some kind of a filler to make it long enough...whether that was the case or not.
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of course the plot has its flaws , however the whole concept is quite good , new with good characters , some people expected too much from the mainstream movie , at least now , we can forget about star wars , and in the end , if you like it , fine , don't , fine too .
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speaking of star wars, dont you think its so much better that we get great movies like Lord of the rings & matrix sequals within a year....i mean for every new star wars movie you have to wait 3 years!
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Well, I saw it tonight. I liked it, much better than the second one. And the ending didn't bother me--there was no other way it could have ended. There is no spoon to feed you answers.

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Old 11-09-2003, 06:01 PM   #28
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I still don't buy the explanations.
But I want to like the trilogy

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For a huge opening weekend, it was a fraction of the last Matrix movie. The allure has worn off.
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This was the one of the suckiest movies I have ever seen in my life. It had no redeeming qualities whatsoever except for some special effects at the end. It sucked real bad. It sucked worse than I could ever imagine a movie could suck even after hearing in advance that it sucked.

Did I mention that it sucks?
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