The Son of the last of a long line of thinkers. (delascabezas) wrote,
The Son of the last of a long line of thinkers.

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i've seen better trash for sale cheaper on 125

So due to the late hour, I can neither confirm nor deny the existance of multiple endings to the latest Matrix release. That, in my estimation, is about all that could provide much entertainment value for the 11 bucks. Read on if you want, but be forewarned of outrage and spoilers.


I am dissapointed that I was duped into the third installment. It came as an even more botched version of the second - no explanation for most of the action - everything was set in #2 - no really memorable dialouge, no particularly good acting - except for the guy who played the Smith-made flesh.

The potential of the first film lost rapid ground in the second imo. It was not an irreversable loss, it simply required some good twists and writing for a closer. Unfortunately these were as nonexistant as the plot development - weak weak weak.

The quasi-intellectual speech by the Architect in Reloaded, combined with the questions it raised ( and the little intellectual game of the Merovingian) is what saved it for me. There is no big speech by the Architect in this one, but there is plenty of fortune cookie bullshit provided by an ill-explained Oracle replacement. There is no depth - this is T3 with a a cast of Geigeresque bots instead of shiny silver Battlestar Galactica ripoffs.

Am I dissapointed that one of, in my estimation, the _best_ scifi backdrops of our generation sucked. Revolutions, ultimately, amounts to a fancy CGI Dragonball Z episode, complete with painfully long and pointless fight scenes. Am I pissed that this became all about the kung-fu and Starcraft ripoff goliaths blowing the crap out of endless sentinels? You bet your fukin little green line of code.

Disheartened, dissolusioned, and dismally moronic. I stopped being the moviegoer that could call a movie 'good' based on special effects alone shortly after Friday the 13th hit its double roman numeral installations. Yes, some of the CGI scenes with the sentinel mobs were breathtaking, as were some of the expanded bots, and the defenses of the robo ciity - offset that with the donkey crap that we are supposed to choke down as a happy ending, and you get a smooth-looking nutty flavor to gag on.

The fact that a styrafoam turd like Revolutions could pass for an acceptable ending to what started out as a great idea makes me want to lose my lunch. All I can hope for is that Lucas does not surpass my disapointment in this series with the last chance up to bat he has in the mythos of his little world.

Man, I am pissed.

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