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Oh Lord. In between Zion raves and philosophical rants, I'm pretty we can get 60 minutes shaved off this puppy.
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The much heralded Burly Brawl sequence is proof that you can have too much of a good thing. The novelty of the slo-mo wire work in the first film was pushed the max in the first
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Why It Could've Been Awesome:  It was the sequel to The Matrix.  The first film which was so good not just because of awesome special effects, but because of being so damn
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“A little unfair to put it on the list for following up a fantastic film but seriously the series took a turn down dork street with anime influences, psuedo spiritual buddist
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The Matrix Reloaded (Widescreen Edition) (2003)
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Considering the lofty expectations that preceded it,The Matrix Reloadedtriumphs where most sequels fail. It would be impossible to match the fresh audacity that madeThe Matrixa global phenomenon in 1999, but in continuing the exploits of rebellious Neo (Keanu Reeves), Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne), and Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) as they struggle to save the human sanctuary of Zion from invading machines, the codirecting Wachowski brothers have their priorities well in order. They offer the obligatory bigger and better highlights (including the impressive "Burly Brawl" and freeway chase sequences) while remaining focused on cleverly plotting the middle of a brain-teasing trilogy that ends withThe Matrix Revolutions. The metaphysical underpinnings can be dismissed or scrutinized, and choosing the latter course (this is, after all, an epic about choice and free will) leads to astonishing repercussions that madeReloadedan explosive hit with criticsandhardcore fans alike. As the centerpiece of a multimedia franchise, this dynamic sequel ends with a cliffhanger that virtually guarantees a mind-blowing conclusion.--Jeff Shannon
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Genre: Action, Adventure
Release Date: May 15, 2003
MPAA Rating: R
DVD Release Date: October 14, 2003
Runtime: 138 minutes
Studio: Warner Home Video
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