it's a disgrace to the matrix films. The first and third are good, but 2 is just bad.
Very good. I preferred the original, probable because it was a new concept, however this one is still a good watch.
Disappointing sequel to the First movie. The obvious next step after the first movie would have been that Zion etc was still part of the Matrix, but instead they went with the "lets make the matrix more like a game world" route. I prefer to pretend that Reloaded and Revolutions were never made - That's how bad they are.
One star for the scene with the ever-watchable Monica Bellucci (Persephone). This film was far beneath her.
action good but storyline bad
Interesting story. Incredible effects.
Must see after the Matrix. Again need to look for Philosophies behind it otherwise will not make much sense. Not for the mainstream movie person but for the real Buff
Part of the trilogy,but possibly just a sade better than the original.
(same actors doing better)
Part two in the Trilogy. Not quite as brilliant as the first but boy that was a hard movie to live up too, this second installment is excellent in its own rite, must see if you saw the first and if you haven't, get them both out now.
I couldn't help but feel that this movie was just filling in time between the other two. It asked more questions than it answered and just didn't seem to serve much purpose. Still looks spectacular, just lacking in substance.
Certainly not as good as the first of the series, but much better than the average action Science Fiction movie offering.
Just don't expect an ending. That comes in the third movie.
Too boring compare to the first one !
This movie explains allot about the Matrix universe. New and exciting characters are introduced, new concepts are explored and there is action and suspense throughout. It would have been a five star film, if it were not for the uncanny ending.
The final in the Matrix series and also how it was made, an insight in to the special effect was fantastic, really worth watching
Very much the "middle movie" in a trilogy, suffering from a lack of a real ending. Bring on Matrix Revolutions.