The Matrix Resurrections Review Slipping Through Dreamland
It’s been 20 years since the original trilogy, and if you’ve seen it, you might know that there’s a lot of stuff that has happened in this universe. There’s a whole lot of sequels and reboots. And a lot of the things that were good in the first three movies have been left behind.
The Matrix Resurrections might not be a very good movie, but it’s one that’s a lot of fun to watch. It’s a little confusing at times, and there’s a bit of nonsense that happens in the movie but overall it’s pretty decent.
Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss return for the fourth installment of this series, but that’s about the only thing that keeps this movie from being a complete waste of time. The rest is pretty boring.
There aren’t any big surprises here, but the characters that we’ve seen before are re-imagined in different ways and it just looks a bit weird and doesn’t make much sense. The FX and action are really good but it’s still a weird and dumb movie.
Neo and Trinity reunite in this world after being free for so long but they are soon thrown back into the matrix by agents. They have to choose whether they want to stay in the matrix or come out of the matrix if they don’t want to die.
It’s a film that asks questions about our relationship with machines, about how we treat each other, and about our place in a world where our bodies are no longer accepted. It’s a film that will be analyzed for a long time to come, but it’s also a film that makes you think.