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Running Time:
138 minutes

Rating: R Restricted. Under 17 Requires Accompanying Adult.

Rating Explanation:
for sci-fi violence and some sexuality

Additional Info:
DVD Features: Preload - get behind the scenes; The Matrix Unfolds - a look at the Matrix phenomenon; The Freeway Chase - how they did it; Get Me an Exit - inspired design and advertising; Enter the Matrix - making the game; What Is the Animatrix?; The MTV Movie Awards Reloaded; Languages: English & Franšais; Subtitles: English, Espa˝ol & Franšais.

The Matrix Reloaded
Keanu Reeves is back as Thomas A. Anderson, a.k.a. Neo and The One and the machines are coming in force with one machine for every man, woman and child in humanity's last refuge. They plan on wiping out all of the remaining free members of the human race in one final and cataclysmic battle. Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne), is a firm believer in "the prophesy." He still thinks that Neo will save them all, as has been foretold by the Oracle (Gloria Foster). The atheists in Zion, who don't share Morpheus's unfaltering faith, put their trust only in outright war against the attacking machine monsters. This time there is a serious love affair between Neo and Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss). And there also about ninety-nine additional Agent Smiths, all played with scene-stealing precision and special effects wizardry by Hugo Weaving. And those slow-motion fighting sequences are back, although, this time they don't seem quite as fresh as in the original. But there's a terrific freeway chase and battle sequence that are probably worth the price of admission. The story both written and directed by Andy and Larry Wachowski provides lots of philosophy about fate and destiny and reality for you to think about before the movie suddenly comes to an abrupt end, but, if you're patient and sit through the final credits, you'll also get to see the trailer for The Matrix Revolutions.

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