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    I just got home from watching the movie and still don't know if I liked it, can't make up my mind.

    It's a great movie but expected a lot more (all the hype around it I guess). It's also too dark for my liking.

    Anyway, must see for all

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    PS. Reloaded is better IMHO

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    I haven't seen it yet. My guess is people don't actually exist at all. They were kept on the program in order to entertain the machines.

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    I'd tell you how it ends.. but first I have to try to understand it

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Javi:
    PS. Reloaded is better IMHO
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    Doh! I thought the first one was much better than Reloaded. Guess I won't go in with any great expectations for this one.

    Isn't that alwasy the case, you go into a movie thinking it's normal and it turns out great! And vice versa!

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    I liked the first one the best. The fight scenes were cleaner and more fun to watch.

    Reloaded - hated it I seems like once they had everyone’s attention they could do whatever they wanted with the film, so they did. The two producer brothers used to be porn producers and it shows in #2.

    I will not watch #3, that's how bad I hated #2.

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    I saw the movie today. I think is a great movie, perfect effects, very well done, I liked it a lot, in my opinion, a 5 stars movie.

    The best was the first one because it was something new, but I think "Matrix Revolutions" is a lot better that "Matrix Reloaded".

    Just leave the PC and go to see it.
    You won't regret it.

    Just my two cents.

    Argie

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    I won't be going to any more Matrix films, the 2nd one was total crap, even though I enjoyed the big fight scene, the one with the hundreds or regenerating men, that reminded me of popup windows for some reason!

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    Well if you want a mindless summer action movie (2 months 2 late) then you will like/love the new Matrix. If you you want some interesting answers to question of the first 2 movies or at least something even remotely interesting from a mental level then the movie is a waste of time.

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    Hey heres a great mini clip about the movie:

    Take a peek its great:


    Meatrix

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    Nice one Sandra.

    Here is another one:

    Another One

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    Ian,

    That was hillarious, AWESOME!

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    The movie is ass. More metaphysical/religious nonsense, a bunch of unjustified effects, no resolution to what the heck the Matrix is. Neo and Trinity looking like two wire coat hangers kissing. Yet another Miller Lite commercial/rave scene.

    And possibly the longest death speech in the history of cinema.

    5-star movie, Argie? Out of how many? I can give you a list of 5-star movies. Start that list with Citizen Kane, Godfather, and Raging Bull.

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    I'm afraid I will simply avoid going to this one. Many of my friends said it was a waste of money...

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    Sandra: I love it! I have seen it more than once hahaha.

    I think it might even be better than the 2nd Matrix!

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    Steele Johnson I just gave my opinion, i liked the movie a lot, so for me Matrix Revolutions is a 5 stars movie out of 5 stars.

    By the way, Godfather is the best movie if you have problems to sleep, just press play and in 5 to 10 minutes you will be sleeping like a little angel

    Argie.

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    uh huh. So being 5 stars out of 5 stars this is one of the best movies ever made? I'm curious to know what you think the best film ever is. I'll try not to laugh.

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    Ok, you know what?, you're right, maybe I was wrong when I though it was right to express my opinion about if I liked Matrix or not.

    Sorry, next time I'll try to wait for your opinion first and then put the same thing that you wrote. Maybe that will work for you.

    One more thing, I was 5 years old when those movies you named (Godfather, Citizen Kane and Ranging Bull) came out. I think there is a little age difference between you and me, maybe that's why I will never laugh about what you have to say about Matrix or older movies. Don't worry, I'm going to respect your opinions.

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    Sorry for my poor english

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    IMO the first movie was very good, the second was very disappointing (a lot of things seemed over-the-top -- such as the Smith fight and the chase scene), but I must say that after seeing the third the second now makes more sense, and I enjoyed the third almost as much as the first.

    However, I must confess that I am a sucker for all of that metaphysical/religious nonsense -- not to mention a bunch of unjustified effects thrown in for good measure.

    4 **** out of ***** 5

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Sorry, next time I'll try to wait for your opinion first and then put the same thing that you wrote. Maybe that will work for you.
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>Yeah that works for me.

    Relax, Sparky. I'm just messin' with ya.

    Besides, I don't think you were 5 when Citizen Kane came out. That would make you 67...

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    I liked the movie.. though the ending was disappointing.

    I heard there are some better alternative endings on the net. Any idea where to find those?

    Parasites are thieves. What are you going to do about it?

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    Yeah you're right, maybe i should said that i was 5 years old when i saw those movies for the first time, maybe that's why a fell asleep, maybe someone older think those movie are very interesting, but for me they aren't

    Sorry, old man ( ) but that's what I think.

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Steele Johnson:

    And possibly the longest death speech in the history of cinema.
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    OMG - that WAS the worst death scene of all time. I thought maybe it was for the women in the audience, but everyone I talked to said it did nothing for them either. Maybe if her dying words were some sort of revalation it would have been worth it, but is was all useless drivel.

    And how about those Superman scenes? General Zod and Clark Kent did them better and without any computer graphics back in 1978.

    All in all, Matrix I is the only one worth buying the DVD - and maybe the Animatix DVD just for the first scene...

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