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The Matrix Resurrections

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Description The Matrix Resurrections

Action / Sci-Fi, USA 2021, 148min. Return to a world of two realities: one, everyday life; the other, what lies behind it. To find out if his reality is a construct, to truly know himself, Mr. Anderson will have to choose to follow the white rabbit once more.

Main advantages

  • Action scenes with bullet-time
  • Over the top CGI scenes
  • Cyberpunk at it’s finest
  • The story has a few loose ends, but it’s the beloved characters and the world they live in that keeps us at wanting more

Main disadvantages

  • Redundant introduction of unlikeable characters
  • The viewer knows who the main characters are, but the characters themselves don’t
  • And it takes them like an hour to “find all the pieces of themselves” again
  • If you heavily depend on nostalgia, you will most likely be dissapointed

Expert reviews

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The Matrix Resurrections Review

The Matrix Resurrections is the kind of film that will go down in cult history because it is so laughably bad. Truthfully, I can’t even say it’s unenjoyable because I spent so much of its overly long runtime giggling over how jaw-droppingly misguided the majority of it is. And, even with how rough it is, folks looking for that nostalgia will get exactly what they’re looking for. Granted, it’s exciting to see Neo and Trinity again, and the new players are exciting additions to a complicated canon. At the same time, so many good ideas (and the visual effects) are met with truly shoddy execution and an unbearable desire to be constantly meta that the best summary available is “Less than the sum of its parts.” Read full review…

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The Matrix Resurrections

It’s the action that proves to be the purest element here, robust and snazzy—for years we have been watching directors imitate what Wachowski did with her sister Lilly with “The Matrix” films, and now we can get caught up again in her fast-paced action that marries kung fu with acrobatic gunplay, often in lush slow motion. For all of this movie’s cheesy talk about bullet-time (almost killing the fun of being in awe of it), “The Matrix Resurrections” doubles up with certain scenes that combine two different slow-motion speeds in the same frame, painting some exhilarating, big-budget frescos with dozens of flying extras and hundreds of bullets. The film’s grand finale is an action gem, as it thrives on how much adrenaline you can get from layering multiple big explosions as things suddenly crash into frame, all during a high-speed chase. Read full review…

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The Matrix Resurrections Review

Two decades after Neo supposedly died, we find his synthetic alter-ego Thomas Anderson (Keanu Reeves) living out his life obliviously, munching blue pills prescribed by his therapist (Neil Patrick Harris). In recovery from a mental breakdown, he’s having visions, and after meeting the familiar Tiffany (Carrie-Anne Moss), his world starts to open up. Read full review…

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The Matrix Resurrections review: Wachowski franchise is back doing what it does best – confusing us

Reeves and Moss’s chemistry is as scorching-hot as it has always been – when they talk, the actors perfectly modulate their slightly too long-held glances and micro-smiles, so that these supposed strangers still act as if they’ve known each other since the dawn of time. The Matrix Resurrections ends with a literal call to the powers of sentimentality, empowerment and freedom – it ponders whether humanity finds any value in them which, in turn, seems to really ask whether audiences still have any interest in blockbusters of this purity and ambition. For my own stake, at least, I hope they do. Read full review…

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The Matrix Resurrections review: “Succeeds where other reboots have failed”

The Matrix Resurrections is a riddle wrapped inside an enigma; a high-concept sci-fi thriller that tests your patience and demands your attention; a sequel that pays homage to its forebears while paving a new path. “No one can be told what the Matrix is,” Lawrence Fishburne’s Morpheus once said. “You have to see it for yourself.” And the fourth installment in the genre-defying behemoth needs to be seen to be believed.

So, what can we tell you without giving too much away? Well, Resurrections is, quite simply, the most meta movie of the year. Lana Wachowski, directing without sister Lilly, has peered through the looking glass, seen the reboots and sequels dominating cinema screens and decided to break the system from within. Resurrections can’t escape being part four of a beloved series, yet it frees itself from convention with heart-pounding panache. Read full review…

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The Matrix Resurrections review: After an 18-year gap, it’s time to get red-pilled again

It’s a do-over without a full share of wonderment, but still a lot of fun. Wachowski retains a singular eye for shiny plasticity and sharp edits, even if you miss the verbal tartness of OG cast member Hugo Weaving (Hamilton‘s bitchy King George, Jonathan Groff, does what he can with a new antagonist). And like many of today’s epics, there’s an expositional sag in the middle.

But Resurrections does eclipse its predecessors for full-on, kick-you-in-the-heart romance: Reeves and Moss, comfortable with silences, lean into an adult intimacy, so rare in blockbusters, that’s more thrilling than any roof jump (though those are pretty terrific too). Their motorbiking through an exploding city, one of them clutching the other, could be the most defiantly sexy scene of a young year. Read full review…

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