Underrated Masterpieces: The Matrix Revolutions

Underrated Masterpieces: The Matrix Revolutions

“Everything that has a beginning has an end.”

In November 5th, 2003, the Wachowskis finally completed the Matrix trilogy with a reconstruction of Neo’s myth known as The Matrix Revolutions (2003).

As in the previous film, the former Agent program Smith became a virus that duplicates himself into other programs. For a change, Revolutions mostly takes place in the land of Zion.

Since Gloria Foster’s untimely death in 2001, she only filmed scenes for The Matrix Reloaded (2003) while she was replaced by Mary Alice for scenes in both Enter the Matrix (2003) and The Matrix Revolutions as The Oracle. In both the game and Revolutions, there is an explanation why there is a different appearance.

Unlike the previous two films, it focuses more on reality than the false reality people have been living without taking the red pill.

Like Neo, people were let down by the events of Reloaded and most of the audience did not end up seeing Revolutions six months later.

However, it always gave people who liked the Wachowskis’ work a sense of finality.

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