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Neo and the rebel leaders estimate that they have 72 hours until 250,000 probes discover Zion and destroy it and its inhabitants. During this, Neo must decide how he can save Trinity from a dark fate in his dreams.
In this second adventure, Neo and the rebel leaders estimate that they have 72 hours until Zion falls under siege to the Machine Army. Only a matter of hours separates the last human enclave on Earth from 250,000 Sentinels programmed to destroy mankind. But the citizens of Zion, emboldened by Morpheus conviction that the One will fulfill the Oracles Prophecy and end the war with the Machines, rest all manner of hope and expectation on Neo, who finds himself stalled by disturbing visions as he searches for a course of action.
"The Matrix Realoded" is truely the best sci-fi movie of the year. It contains some amazing, never seen before visual effects like the Freeway Chase for example (even better then the awesome effect of the first one). although the movie has some boring moments and is much slower then the original it is still a must see flick. Another problem in the movie is that the main actor,Keanu Reevs, still looks like a retard ,no matter how smart his character is supposed to be.<br/><br/>I really recommend watching it in a good movie theatre, so you could marvel it's beautiful effects. i gave it 8 out of 10.
I had high hopes when Link said of Neo's flying, "He's doing his Superman thing", and we cut to Neo flying so much like Superman it looked like a deliberate parody. But, sad to say, that was the last drop of humour in an all-too-humourless film which takes itself far too seriously.<br/><br/>Whatever happened to the days when the action blockbuster was fun? Sure the action sequences are absolutely phenomenal (the freeway sequence was a masterpiece of continuity - that sequence should win Reloaded the Best Editing Oscar by itself), but we, the audience, have to work so hard during the rest of the movie.<br/><br/>No-one designs action sequences better than the Wachowski brothers, but they really have no idea about good story structure or believable characterisation. I thought Morpheus's speech and the love scene between Neo and Trinity should have been the precursor to a major climax near the end of the movie, not just stuck in for no apparent reason at the half hour point. The rave was just a sweaty waste of time. There was supposed to be some kind of love-rivalry thing going on between Morpheus, Niobe and that other captain? But it seemed to be forgotten. <br/><br/>At the UK premiere, the cast were publicly annoyed with the critical roasting the movie has received from the media. One can't blame the cast for biting back a little; they absolutely worked their butts off seven days a week for an entire year, doing high intensity kung fu and other stunts. But all that hard work for amounts to, at best 40 minutes of a two and a quarter hour film. The parts that attracted the most criticism, i.e. all the talking, was probably shot in three weeks flat, but it takes up nearly three quarters of the movie.<br/><br/>I said that nobody designed better action sequences, but the Wachowski brothers lack imagination in the actual filming of those sequences. Without Bullet Time even the kung fu scenes would be boring. There is no artistry in the camera-work, as there is in the fight sequences of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, (or any number of John Woo films) for example. You sit watching Keanu Reeves hitting large numbers of people in unvarying and unimaginative side-on mid-shots. Bullet Time, when used, gives it the requisite "wow" factor, but why do we get no closeups of hands, feet or faces? You hardly feel anyone is really being hit at all, particularly with the apparently small repertoire of sounds used.<br/><br/>Fair play to the cast who did their best with poor material. It's not that the dialogue is especially clichéd, it's that the Wachowskis pick all the wrong words to express what they wanted to be said. When Twin #1 merges back into his brother's car and says, "We are getting aggravated", this is just acceptable. Then Twin #2 says "Yes we are" and you just cringe. "Is this good for us or bad for us?" says Trinity. Neo says that every floor is wired with explosives and she looks to the front and says, "Bad for us." Then the whole confrontation with the Merovingian is like that as well, and one gives up. It becomes too painful to watch.<br/><br/>They really, really needed a star to play The Architect. Someone of the stature of Morgan Freeman, Sean Connery or Gene Hackman. No-one else could sell a scene like that, and Herman Bakaitis certainly didn't.<br/><br/>One thing can be said to The Matrix Reloaded's credit. Although this movie franchise has proved to be very successful, the makers actually aren't in it for the money. However much the sum of its parts fail to add up to a watchable whole, the sequels are not rip-offs. The producers are serious about the film and what it represents. They just haven't got the knack of making it meaningful to a thinking audience. Another redeeming feature of the series from this point on, is a refreshing absence of the amorality that characterised one or two scenes in the first movie - this time there is no wholescale massacre of innocent people perpertrated by the supposed "good guys".<br/><br/>The saving grace of the whole series is the superb quality of the technical achievement. In The Matrix Reloaded, the freeway sequence in particular, constitutes the greatest piece of what I shall call "cinematic engineering", since the chariot race in Ben-Hur (1959).
If The Matrix Reloaded is a trip through high-toned mediocrity, not nearly as suggestive or cohesive as ''The Matrix,'' it's one of the most wizardly mediocre movies I've seen in quite some time.
Zion prepares for an attack by the machines, who are boring down from the surface in an attempt to annihilate the only free humans still remaining on the planet. Although finally convinced that he is the One, Neo (<a href="/name/nm0000206/">Keanu Reeves</a>) isn't sure what he is supposed to do. Consequently, he, Trinity (<a href="/name/nm0005251/">Carrie-Anne Moss</a>), and Morpheus (<a href="/name/nm0000401/">Laurence Fishburne</a>) again seek council from the Oracle (<a href="/name/nm0287825/">Gloria Foster</a>), and the news is not good. Neo is told that he must find the Keymaker and enter the Source, the machine mainframe, and that, at some point, he's going to have to choose whether Trinity lives or dies. The Matrix Reloaded is the second film in the Matrix trilogy, preceded by <a href="/title/tt0133093/">The Matrix (1999)</a> (1999) and followed by <a href="/title/tt0242653/">The Matrix Revolutions (2003)</a> (2003). Like The Matrix before it, the screenplay for Reloaded was written and directed by Andy and Lana Wachowski. So far, there have been no official novelizations. Six months. In the interim, the surviving crew of the Nebuchadnezzar have been protecting the people of Zion and freeing other humans enslaved in the Matrix. Yes, as Mr Smith or simply Smith. Although it seemed that Neo destroyed Agent Smith (<a href="/name/nm0915989/">Hugo Weaving</a>) at the end of The Matrix, Smith has the ability to reboot himself. In Reloaded, he returns with the additional ability of being able to indeterminately replicate himself by overwriting any software hardwired—or even otherwise connected—to the Matrix. Tank (<a href="/name/nm0159059/">Marcus Chong</a>) was wounded by Cypher (<a href="/name/nm0001592/">Joe Pantoliano</a>) in the first film. In Reloaded, he has been replaced as the Nebuchadnezzar's Operator by Link (<a href="/name/nm0674782/">Harold Perrineau</a>). When Link is talking to Zee (<a href="/name/nm0310850/">Nona Gaye</a>), she says that she lost two brothers (Tank and Dozer) to the Nebuchadnezzar. It can be assumed that Tank either died of his wounds or was killed on a mission in between the films. In real life, Chong demanded a higher salary for the second movie and was let go by the producers. The Oracle explains this quite clearly, stating that Neo was not ready to hear the truth. The Oracle is described as an "intuitive" program, implying that she doesn't see the future, but is more of a guide along the way. She never actually tells Neo what is going to happen and more often defers to "You'll just have to make up your own damn mind." She also clearly states, "I'm interested in one thing, Neo. The future. And I know the only way to get there is together." This implies that she is on both sides (machine and human) but not necessarily playing them against each other; instead, attempting to find a harmony for both. War is by its very nature destructive to both sides ("There are levels of survival which we are willing to accept"), whereas peace is usually more constructive. That was an excerpt from <a href="/title/tt0053677/">The Brides of Dracula (1960)</a> (1960). The Twins, (<a href="/name/nm1207494/">Adrian Rayment</a>) and (<a href="/name/nm1207495/">Neil Rayment</a>), are leftover programs from a previous version of the Matrix. When the Architect (<a href="/name/nm0048127/">Helmut Bakaitis</a>) created the first Matrix, it was an utopian society. The human psyche rejected this environment, and it crashed. The second version of the Matrix was the complete opposite of the first. (It was a dystopian society with supernatural mythological figures (including ghosts, werewolves, and vampires.) The human psyche also rejected this environment, resulting in a crash. When the third and stable version of the Matrix was created, programs from previous versions were considered obsolete, and many were purged. Some went to work for the Merovingian (<a href="/name/nm0933727/">Lambert Wilson</a>), who protected them from deletion. The Twins have been variously described as ghosts, specters, or wraiths. The Architect reveals that the original version of the Matrix was designed to be a paradise free from suffering. However this version was a "monumental failure" because humans, for whom evil is in their nature and suffering is an inherent part of their life, saw through the illusion. Instead, the Architect created a version of the Matrix which resembled a somewhat dystopian version of late 20th century Earth ("the peak of your civilization"). While this version fooled 99.9% of people into thinking it was reality, a small number of people were ultimately unsure of it and risked rejection. As a safety valve, the Machines created Zion, a supposedly free community of human beings. Zion's role was to find and remove from the Matrix human beings who could not ultimately accept its reality. However, if left unchecked, the population of Zion would eventually grow so large as to threaten the entire foundation of the Matrix and the machines' society. So the machines would gradually "reboot" the safety valve by destroying Zion and wiping out its population. As part of this cycle they created the idea of "the one", a being who had special ability to manipulate the Matrix. The One contained within his makeup special code which was integral to the survival of the Matrix. He was also programmed to have a generalized empathy with, and desire to preserve, humanity. With Zion destroyed by the machines, The One would be given a choice of either returning to the Matrix and guaranteeing its continued survival or of allowing the system to fail, thus killing all of the humans plugged into the system. He would also be tasked with picking a group of people from within the Matrix to create a new version of Zion, thus starting the whole cycle over again. After explaining to Neo his purpose in the Matrix, the Architect presents him with two doors: the door on the right leads to the Source, while the door on the left leads to Trinity, who is falling just as in Neo's dream. Flying as quickly as possible, Neo catches her just seconds before she hits the ground and carries her to the top of a building where he reaches through the code of the Matrix and extracts the bullet, but it is too late. Trinity's heart stops beating, and she dies both in the Matrix and on the Nebuchadnezzar. Refusing to accept her death, Neo reaches through the code against and squeezes her heart, causing it to start beating again. Later, back on the Nebuchadnezzar, Morpheus can't believe that the Oracle's prophecy has not come true. Neo explains that the prophecy was a lie, another part of the Matrix meant to control them. Suddenly, the proximity alarm goes off, alerting the crew that Sentinels are near. They flee the ship just in time to watch it blown apart. As the Sentinels come after them, Neo suddenly stops running and exclaims, "Something's different...I can feel them." He raises his hand and, like an EMP, stops them in mid-air, sending the Sentinels crashing to the ground. However, the strain is too much on Neo, and he also collapses, just as the Hammer arrives to rescue them. While Neo lies unconscious in sickbay, Trinity at his side, the Hammer crew tells Morpheus and Link about the counterattack Commander Lock (<a href="/name/nm0502015/">Harry Lennix</a>) had planned but explains that someone screwed up and fired an EMP before they were in position, turning it into a slaughter. There was only one survivor, and he now lies unconscious in the sickbay of the Hammer with Neo. In the final scene, the camera pans from Neo to the patient lying next to him. It is Bane. Bane (<a href="/name/nm0088513/">Ian Bliss</a>) was a crewman on the Cadeusus before his body was taken over by Smith, on the night of the Zion party. If by "saved" we mean the salvation of Zion as the Architect describes it (picking certain people to repopulate Zion), it would (by assumption) be what the Machines expected to happen. They didn't necessarily have a plan for situation otherwise, but most likely they did—with or without the guidance or consent, of Architect or of the other capitol programs. If Neo attempted to rescue Zion, he would fail ("rest assured, this will be the sixth time we have destroyed it, and we have become exceedingly efficient at it"), and the Machines would allow the Matrix to go irreversibly offline ("a cataclysmic system crash killing everyone connected"), thereby exterminating humanity altogether and threatening the Machines' continued existence (thus possibly tantamount to mutual assured destruction), but the Architect also assures Neo, "There are levels of survival we are prepared to accept." The Matrix Reloaded Enhanced Story Presentation, with highlighted dialogue and over 200 screenshots placed in sync with the story. a5c7b9f00b