The Matrix Revolutions

The Matrix Revolutions

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.

The Matrix Revolutions is the final explosive chapter in the Matrix trilogy. Revolutions, like the first 2 is basically filled with tremendous battles, insane visual effects, a incredibly cool soundtrack and a confuse but interesting story. Neo remains unconscious in the real world, caught in a mysterious subway station that lies between the machine world and the Matrix, and Bane is still a conduit for Agent Smith, who continues to grow out of control, threatening to destroy both worlds. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Matrix Revolutions torrent reviews

Shakya B (ca) wrote: what's the point of making a movie if it is going to follow the cliches of slasher and mountain hill billy films blindly? the opening, though pretty mediocre in it's own right, did seem to offer something new, but the movie soon dilutes into a cliche filled idiocy and insults every horror fan with the stock characters, the weird destination, the creepy town people, and even the weird kid in the middle! the story, though not fresh, did have some interesting ideas weaved into it, and the ultimate secret was quite clever...... there were a few creepy moments, but were not even nearly enough to make it a worthwhile watch! however, the ending was pretty good. thus, in conclusion, we have a mediocre film that tries to use each and every genre stock to scare us and even shock us, but ultimately, fails miserably!

Michelle G (jp) wrote: One of my favorites!!

Alexi T (fr) wrote: underrated action classic!

Anthony I (jp) wrote: This is a messy, flawed and over-the-top comedy, but it benefits from Robin William's undeniable charm as the Absent-Minded professor.

Helen L (de) wrote: I like it, and I applause the director's intention of criticizing war and violence, but I think the film is too much beautiful for such a brutal subject. It's photography, impeccable, the acting, simply perfect, give the movie a lightness that IMO it shouldn't have. After all the three intertwined stories are violent and sad. Thought-provoking, but I expected more.

Dude B (ru) wrote: Richard Donner cut is MUCH better.

Greg W (kr) wrote: ok bio-pic of sorts.

Brandon S (nl) wrote: An adequate sequel that is very entertaining, and just as well made, but lacks the emotional heft that made the original a classic. This movie gives moviegoers who weren't pleased with the original, because of its lack of killing, the gore they crave. Which is still entertaining, but quite disheartening at the same time.

Jeremy I (fr) wrote: Probably Mann's worst movie yet - very disappointing. Poor casting choice for Hemsworth, an all-american brawny guy and good actor, as an outcast hacker. There are several things that don't flow or make sense such as how he is able to fight and shoot as a marksman. Also the scene at the end in the parade where the crowd is oblivious to the violence is just silly.

Jack H (es) wrote: Not a bad movie, just wish they didn't do a retread on Wrath of Khan.