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The Matrix Revolutions (Two-Disc Widescreen Edition) (2004)

Keanu Reeves , Laurence Fishburne , Andy Wachowski , Larry Wachowski  |  R |  DVD
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  • Actors: Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-anne Moss, Hugo Weaving, Jada Pinkett-Smith
  • Directors: Andy Wachowski, Larry Wachowski
  • Writers: Andy Wachowski, Larry Wachowski
  • Producers: Andy Wachowski, Larry Wachowski, Joel Silver, Grant Hill, Andrew Mason
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Anamorphic, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: April 6, 2004
  • Run Time: 129 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,207 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0001BKAEY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,985 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Matrix Revolutions (Two-Disc Widescreen Edition)" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Program Content, Artwork and Photography (c) 2003, Package Design and Summary (c) 2004 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc
  • Documentaries: REVOLUTIONS RECALIBRATED: The making of the movie, including a segment on "Neo Realism: The Evolution of Bullet Time"
  • Documentary: CG REVOLUTION: The special effects, including a segment Super Big Mini-Models
  • Featurette: SUPER BURLY BRAWL: Behind the final Neo/Smith showdown, including the segments Double Agent Smith and Mind Over Matter: The Physicality of The Matrix
  • Other: BEFORE THE REVOLUTION: A 3-D Matrix timeline
  • FUTURE GAMER: THE MATRIX ONLINE: an introduction to the massively mulit-player game
  • Photo gallery: 3-D EVOLUTION: Multidimensional stills gallery

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Additional Features

This two-disc set certainly improves upon the fluffy Reloaded DVD release. Although there's still no Wachowski brothers talking about their creation, there's a lot of good stuff here in the three main segments. We are constantly reminded how long the back-to-back filming schedule was, and it's most interesting to hear from the actors and artists as they come to the end of this long road. When a white rabbit flashes on screen, you can "branch" the most interesting documentary footage: how "bullet time" is being recalibrated and how you go about replicating so many Agent Smiths. A timeline is wonderfully put together, but cumbersome to navigate through. The extras certainly illustrate how the movie did not deserve to be passed over for a few technical Oscar nominations. --Doug Thomas

Product Description

Provocative Futuristic Action Thriller. The Matrix Revolutions marks the final explosive chapter in the Matrix trilogy.

DVD Features:
DVD ROM Features:Links to The Matrix Online promo site and the official Matix website
Documentaries:REVOLUTIONS RECALIBRATED: The making of the final chapter of The Matrix trilogy, including a segment on Neo Realism: The Evolution of Bullet Time
Documentary:CG Revolution: The incredible special effects arsenal, including the segment Super Big Mini-Models
Featurette:SUPER BURLY BRAWL: Behind the final Neo/Smith showdown, including the segments Double Agent Smith and Mind Over Matter: The Physicality of The Matrix
Other:BEFORE THE REVOLUTION: A 3-D Matrix timeline FUTURE GAMER: THE MATRIX ONLINE: an introduction to the massively mulit-player game
Photo gallery:3-D EVOLUTION: Multidimensional stills gallery
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48 of 57 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars More action than reality-bending sci-fi April 20, 2004
Let's get one thing straight: "The Matrix Revolutions" has none of the reality-bending plot twists nor the eye-opening originality of the first. The final chapter in the trilogy is an altogether different type of movie. Although it cannot compete against the original, it competes strongly against other entries in the action/adventure genre. With the requisite battle scenes that pit the underdog against a superpower, "The Matrix Revolutions" is a fast-paced, adrenalin-packed movie that owes its entertainment to action and special effects. Despite this, the viewer must listen and watch carefully, as in the other two, to understand why events unfold as they do.
The plot is difficult to detail without spoilers since many of the most shocking revelations come at the beginning, before the high-stakes battle scenes begin. Let it suffice to say that Neo has become something more than we thought, and as a result, he is much more of a threat to the nefarious virus Agent Smith. When the Oracle indicates (or does she?) that Neo is Zion's only hope, he and Trinity break off from the others who are hunkering down for an all-out assault of Zion. This is the strongest indicator that the third of the trilogy has stepped away from philosophical sci-fi and into pure action, as Neo and Trinity disappear from the screen for long stretches. Their onscreen time is limited, as is their plot; this will disappoint many diehard fans. Still, the action sequences are breathless (although eventually overdone) and the special effects are first-rate. The resolution of the trilogy is both surprising and inevitable, the hallmark of a well-prepared story. If you've been paying attention, it will make complete sense.
I recommend you approach this film without high expectations. Comparing it to the first will only disappoint you. Expect instead something along the lines of the "Terminator" movies, and you'll enjoy every minute.
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40 of 48 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Creative and Engaging...More to come? November 9, 2003
Very good movie. Very intense action, but like the first two installments the plot is paramount. You can't take this movie at face value. It requires thought and analysis - and if you are able to give it some thought, I think you will enjoy it. I would also recommend checking out Reloaded within a day or so of going to see Revolutions.

Revolutions is Neo's continuing quest to figure out his purpose. The basic plot starts out in two directions - first, the machines moving towards Zion attempting to destroy the remaining humans who are freed. In addition, Agent Smith has made his way out of the Matrix into the "real world" in the form of Bane. Neo has found that his powers exists outside of the Matrix and now Smith has done the same. I equate Smith to a computer virus that continues to adapt. Smith is Neo's dramatic foil and the Oracle tells Neo that he and Smith are "negative twins".

Break for the very long intense fight between the humans and machines. Great battle scene (despite no Neo or Trinity). Suspense builds as we wonder if Zion can hold off the machines long enough to get support from Niobe & Morpheous.

After the fight, Neo makes peace with the machines by telling the machines that Smith is a threat to the machine world just as he is the matrix (at this point, Smith has overtaken the matrix). The machines then allow Neo to go into the Matrix and attempt to eliminate Smith - in the second film, Smith had adapted and was stronger (than he was in the first film) - unable to be destroyed by Neo. The big question is how will Neo destroy Smith and what will the implications be. The way Smith was finally destroyed was very profound.

Inside the Matrix, Smith overtook the Oracle, just as he had done to about everyone else inside the Matrix.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars The final thud... May 27, 2004
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A truly dismal movie, The Matrix Revolutions fails on all fronts, except maybe computer processor time used for the CGI. The Matrix was an excellent sci-fi movie, and the disappointing mess of The Matrix Reloaded at least hinted at something cool happening in Part 3. Well, we've got Part 3, and it stinks.
The acting has gotten progressively worse, the effects vary from awe-inspiring to lamer than old Star Trek movies, the story just kind of fizzles out like a bad beer fart, and all the potential plot twist coolness hinted at in The Matrix Reloaded is fortotten about in favor of a straightforward and numbingly dumb ending.
This is a bad ending to a series that should have never been made beyond the first film. It is now clear in retrospect that the W brothers really had no clue what to do after cooking up The Matrix, and so just threw together some expensive crap and tied it together with CGI just to turn a buck at our expense. The Matrix Reloaded and especially The Matrix Revolutions embody all the worst things about Hollywood movies: pointless sequels that replace the original sharp plotting with "special" effects and loud audio.
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1.0 out of 5 stars A vast number of bad calls trashes the series. November 18, 2003
I am dumbfounded at how many people actually gave this film five stars. Imagine if Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Princess Lea where all given bit part roles to play in the final movie of the trilogy and Jabba the Hut, a Jawa, a Storm Trooper and an Ewok where made the central focus characters? Would you like that? Well this is EXACTLY what Revolutions does!
Okay so Terminator 3 was no Terminator 1 or 2, but it was satisfactory! Return of the Jedi was the weakest of the series but that too was satisfactory. Star Wars Ep.1 was nothing like the originals but again at least it was satisfactory.
Revolutions is nothing like the above. It is more akin to the kind of sabotage that we see in movie remakes!
The filmmakers obviously have absolutely no idea what made the first film so good. Reloaded and Revolutions have gone down the road of Disney cartoons instead of staying on the patch of action comic book type appeal. It was a tremendously bad call by the filmmakers to focus too much on Zion and bring bit-part characters to the forefront of the movie. Morpheus is forgotten about and does little more than sit in a co-pilot seat next to Niobe throughout the movie. It was Morpheus who made the metaphysical statements cool. When the same things are spoken by some bit part characters... (who are given a leading roles!... oh what a crisis!... you simply DO NOT DO THAT.)... it just sounds plain stupid and dumb. NEW CHARACTERS are introduced that serve very little function and are forgotten about just as quick. The Trainman appears as an important character and then... disappears. His whole scene at the start of the movie with Neo served absolutely NO PURPOSE. The Architect materializes briefly at the end for a few lines to try and consolidate everything.
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