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The Matrix Resurrections (2021)

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.

IMDB: 6.716 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Sci-Fi
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.33G
  • Resolution: 1280*534 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English 2.0  
  • Run Time: 148
  • IMDB Rating: 6.7/10 
  • MPR: R
  • Peers/Seeds: 271 / 3750

The Synopsis for The Matrix Resurrections (2021) 720p

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.

The Director and Players for The Matrix Resurrections (2021) 720p

[Director]Lana Wachowski
[Role:]Keanu Reeves
[Role:]Carrie-Anne Moss
[Role:]Yahya Abdul-Mateen II

The Reviews for The Matrix Resurrections (2021) 720p


Writers have ran out of material, and the new writers are just plain rubbish. They have to re release old movies or make another installment. No originality anymore. Most new stuff's boring. Im finding myself having to watch old 70s 80s 90s movies. The stuff we get today is BAD lol.

Nothing to see here. Not tht i was expecting anything.

The Matrix Resurrections tries everything to give a new life to the franchise, but lacks the soul while the body still remains in very much good shape.Reviewed bySAMTHEBESTESTVote: 5/10

The Matrix Resurrections (2021) :Movie Review -

The Wachowski's first attempt in The Matrix series 'The Matrix' (1999) left viewers and it's spellbound it with its ground breaking idea and mind blowing presentation. The Matrix still remains the best film in the franchise and one of the finest sci-fi-action film of our times. After the wonderful achievement, Wachowskis made two more films, 'The Matrix Reloaded' (2003) and 'The Matrix Revolutions' (2003), but frankly both the films couldn't really match the first one. However, these two films have been enjoyed by certain fan-groups for more complex and illusional storytelling. After waiting for 18 years, Lana Wachowski has given another attempt to revive the franchisee with The Matrix : Resurrections, which has some issues of its own but the fans have enjoyed Revolutions, can enjoy Resurrections too. I am certainly not one of them so count me out already.

After denying the possibilities of a fourth Matrix film back then, Wachowski has finally come up with the new idea- co-written by David Mitchell and Aleksander Helmon. Resurrections is set 20 years after Revolutions. Neo (Keanu Reeves) is living a normal life as a game developer under his original identity as Thomas Anderson in San Francisco, California. Trinity, as Tiffany (Carrie-Anne Moss) too is living a family life but then appears a new version of Morpheus (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II) to take Neo back to The Matrix- by his own choice. He offers the Red pill which reopenz Neo's mind and brings him back to senses. Neo joins the group of rebels to battle out Smith's illusional world, and rest you have to see in the film. The screenplay is unnecessary slow in the first half causing a boredom, but the second half has picked up well. It's confusing at some points, that's not surprising, because we are into The Matrix Universe and that's the USP factor here. But it is not impressive either. Why does it spin so much? Nobody knows. You will enjoy the villain factor though. It's surprising, and wondering.

The Matrix Resurrections has got new faces in the cast- Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Morpheus, Jessica Henwick as Bugs, Jonathan Groff as Smith and Neil Patrick Harris as a Neo's Therapist. Yes, you do miss Laurence Fishburne and Hugo Weaving, who played perhaps the most popular characters after Neo and Trinity. The replacement can't found but let's not blame it on honest performances of Yahya Abdul and Neil Patrick Harris. Watching Keanu Reeves being helpless in few scenes may feel bad, come on man, nobody likes to watch the kick-ass hero begging for something. Nevertheless, he does his part nicely and Carrie has supported him well. Our Desi Girl Priyanka Chopra appears towards the end for like 10 minutes but in very important sequences. Bugs is too cool for a female rebel, whether it is looks or action, Jessica Henwick is damn good there. I loved her haircut. Niobe was missing in action, however, she makes her appearance noticed for a while because the elderly form of Jada Pinkett Smith is familiar to what we have seen in Star Wars (Don't laugh).

The action scene in Resurrections will please the hardcore fans. It has the similar techniques earlier used with the boost of new technology and instruments. Visually, it's as good as the previous films and the VFX team has done a really good job. Lana Wachowski's vision gives 'Another Chance' to the franchise and to the fans, yes that's what it is 'Another Chance'. The Matrix Resurrections is definitely watchable for the new attempt, fantastic visuals, good action and complex storytelling. But it is not enough for the recommendations. Wachowski has tried everything to give a new life to The Matrix series and it's somewhat successful too but something is lost. The soul mainly. You just don't get that feeling. Overall, strictly average and can be watched once.

And I Thought "Reloaded" and "Revolutions" Were BadReviewed byview_and_reviewVote: 2/10

After "Reloaded" and "Revolutions" I knew that the odds were better than good that "Resurrections" was going to be awful. Still, I went against my better judgment and went to see it. Part of it has to do with a false hope and part of it has to do with the dearth of movies to watch in theater.

The movie is called "Resurrections" because "duh," Neo (Keanu Reeves) is resurrected along with Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss). I won't even go into the ridiculous mumbo jumbo spouted out to explain their resurrection. It all made as much sense as the Architect did in "Revolutions." Just know that Neo was magically back as was Trinity. Morpheus (Yahya Abdul Mateen) was back in some cyborg manner and Agent Smith (Jonathan Groff) was a younger version. I think it's telling that both Laurence Fishburne and Hugo Weaving were not a part of this project. I think they saw the script and thought better of having such a stain on their resumes.

You know a movie is bad when they spoof themselves within the movie. You'll occasionally see that in vapid sequels that are fresh out of ideas such as Scream 3 and 4 or "New Nightmare" (A Nightmare on Elm Street 6). In the beginning of "Resurrections" Neo was back to being Thomas Anderson. He was a game designer who had designed a game called "The Matrix." Basically, the three previous Matrix movies were all just designs of his. His coworkers spent way too much screen time discussing what the Matrix was supposed to mean and what a new Matrix video game should be. It was quite pathetic seeing the movie try so hard to make it seem like everything that had occurred was all Mr. Anderson's imagination. It was a forced plot if there ever was one.

To further drive home that the movie wasn't going to generate anything fresh and new, there were frequent insertions of scenes from Matrixes past. There were probably a dozen or more clips from the older movies thrust into "Resurrections" to either refresh the viewer's memory or add content that was actually good. All that does is denigrate the movie at hand because you're constantly being reminded of how good it was. It's as if the production team gave up already and conceded that what people yearn for is the original but we will never be able to amount to that, so here are some clips from the original as a supplement. Even the way the archive footage was shoehorned in there showed a lack of creativity or concern.

I could rant on about the putridness of this movie, but what would be the point? It was long, slow, boring, talkative, emotionless, and unexciting. Nothing about it was new, fresh, or stimulating. The fighting was the same as were the outfits and copious bullets fired. This movie was just a stale remake dressed as a sequel, but I deserved what I got because I knew better.

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