The most iconic actor, Keanu Reeves is back with ‘The Matrix Resurrections’. Earlier ‘The Matrix’ introduced us to a whole new world where human beings and artificial intelligence fight to co-exist. Two decades later, the director Lana Wachowski decided to jump ahead and make us revisit the film in a cinematic world. The Matrix Resurrection splits into pieces from its previous films, The Matrix Revolutions and The Matrix Reloaded.
The Matrix Resurrections tries to fill in the gaps from the above films. Apart from Trinity (Carrie Ann Moss) and Neo (Keanu Reeves), you will come across Agent Smith (Jonathan Groff), and Morpheus (Yahya).
This time the movie doesn’t revolve around machines vs humans but on Trinity and Neo’s simmering love story. In the movie, you get to see long black trench coats, the pods, and slow-motion bullets dodging. All these will remind you of the scenes from the previous versions.
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Lana Wachowski has put her best to weave a narrative story that keeps the audience engaged. Keanu delivers his best performance while showcasing Neo's role. The interesting to note here is that you will see Priyanka Chopra as Sati. The real star, Carrie Ann Moss will be seen in every scene as well as in the fight sequence. Her cutthroat glare will make you stick with the movie. The dialogues in the movie could be too clichéd and humorous.
The Matrix Resurrections pursue the idea of Star Wars but rely heavily on the original film, The Matrix. The smattering of characters makes every bit a fan dream. The film is also funny with some personifying déjà vu and sharp wit to take the audience to a whole different level.
The trippy reboot is both exhausting and exciting. For those who watched previous films, it’s a masterpiece. But for those, who are not familiar with the concept, it’s a good time to revisit the trilogy before watching ‘The Matrix Resurrections’.
The movie got released on 22 December in the UK and USA and will be released on 26 December in Australia.