Throw Down: The Matrix Revolutions (2003)

Throw Down: The Matrix Revolutions (2003)

Picking up mere moments from where The Matrix Reloaded left off, the sweeping conclusion to the Matrix trilogy weaves a now expansive mythology into its towering climax. Unexpected and dizzying in its complex narrative developments and operatic action sequences that fulfill the destiny of Neo, the triumph of love over the oppressive threat of a seething corporate-coded maniac who cannot accept or believe in the agency of others. Join Jack and Vaughn as they cover what was once the final film in one of the most bold, brilliant, and fascinating franchises of all time.

Next week we’ll be back with The Matrix Resurrections to conclude Enter The Maytrix, a whole month (plus a week) dedicated to the cyberpunk cinema of Lilly and Lana Wachowski. Until then, for more words, thoughts, and action adoration, find us all around the internet.

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