Matrix: Revolutions

My God, I'm Surrounded by Retards.

I just got back seeing The Matrix: Revolutions, yes, for the first time. I chose to wait a couple weeks to let the hype and the stupid little poser punks die down. I have no idea what people thought was wrong with this movie. It is, quite simply, the best of the series. The only explanation I can partake is that these little poser kids are too attached to the glitz and glamour of the matrix. And that isn't capitalized, because I do not mean the actual movie. They don't seem to grasp that the matrix is not real, that Zion (or where it was) was what this story is about. Perhaps if Neo and crew hadn't spent so much time in the matrix, giving power to Smith, they could have actually stood more of a chance against the machines.

Now that I've got that off my chest, let me tell you that the effects and martial arts in Revolutions out-do the previous two films. Not only that, but the third installment, made the second one better. I had no idea where the Watchowski brothers were going after I saw the second one, but now I do. The whole series has meaning.

Sigh. I am still ranting. Who cares, all you motherfuckers who hate this movie are fucking retarded--

I have heard some people say that the beginning is too long, that it could have been done in 10 minutes. Jesus-fucking-nailed-to-a-cross-Christ, do you not understand how plots are supposed to build? All that you little poser punks want is to see non-stop action. The battles at the end are so great because the movie LED up to them. Is this a foreign concept? It shouldn't be.

Hugo Weaving deserves some kind of award, he is just awesome. My god, the way he talked during the battle with Neo, just brilliant.

Man, I cannot wait for the DVD.


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