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 Overview

Six months after the events depicted in The Matrix, Neo has proved to be a good omen for the free humans, as more and more humans are being freed from the matrix and brought to Zion, the one and only stronghold of the Resistance. Neo himself has discovered his superpowers including super speed, ability to see the codes of the things inside the matrix and a certain degree of pre-cognition. But a nasty piece of news hits the human resistance: 250,000 machine sentinels are digging to Zion and would reach them in 72 hours. As Zion prepares for the ultimate war, Neo, Morpheus and Trinity are advised by the Oracle to find the Keymaker who would help them reach the Source. Meanwhile Neo's recurrent dreams depicting Trinity's death have got him worried and as if it was not enough, Agent Smith has somehow escaped deletion, has become more powerful than before and has fixed Neo as his next target.

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 Title : The Matrix Reloaded
 Original Title : The Matrix Reloaded
 Director : Lilly Wachowski, Lana Wachowski
 Writer :
 Sound & Music :
 Release Date : 2003-05-06
 Runtime : 138 Minutes
 Genre : Adventure, Action, Thriller, Science Fiction
 Production Company : Village Roadshow Pictures, NPV Entertainment, Heineken Branded Entertainment, Silver Pictures, Warner Bros.
 Popularity : 3.919838
 Plot Keyword : saving the world, artificial intelligence, man versus machine, martial arts, kung fu, underground world, dream, hero, computer virus, key, future, plato, precognition, rave, dying and death, virtual reality, dystopia, computer, faith, world religion, truth, mission, woman director, gnosticism
 Alternative Titles :
  • Matrix Reloaded
  • The Matrix 2: Reloaded
  • The Matrix 2
  • Matrix Recargado
  • Matrix Reaktywacja
  • Matrix 2
  • Matrix 2 Reaktywacja
  • 駭客任務:重裝上陣
  • Matrix 2: Matrix Reloaded
  • The Matrix Reloaded
  • Matrix II - Reloaded
  • Матрица Перезагрузка
  • Matrix 2 - Reloaded
  • 매트릭스 2 - 리로디드
  • The Matrix 2: Matrix Reloaded
  • The Matrix 2 - The Matrix Reloaded
  • Matrix Reloaded, The
  • La Matrice rechargée
  • マトリックス リローデッド
  • ماتریکس2
  • ماتریکس: بارگذاری مجدد

 Cast 

Image characters of Neo

Characters : Neo

Actor : Keanu Reeves

Image characters of Trinity

Characters : Trinity

Actor : Carrie-Anne Moss

Image characters of Morpheus

Characters : Morpheus

Actor : Laurence Fishburne

Image characters of The Architect

Characters : The Architect

Actor : Helmut Bakaitis

Image characters of Soren

Characters : Soren

Actor : Steve Bastoni

Image characters of Vector

Characters : Vector

Actor : Don Battee

Image characters of Persephone

Characters : Persephone

Actor : Monica Bellucci

Image characters of Agent Johnson

Characters : Agent Johnson

Actor : Daniel Bernhardt

Image characters of Priestess

Characters : Priestess

Actor : Valerie Berry

Image characters of Bane

Characters : Bane

Actor : Ian Bliss

Image characters of Old Woman at Zion

Characters : Old Woman at Zion

Actor : Liliana Bogatko

Image characters of Zion Controller

Characters : Zion Controller

Actor : Michael Budd

Image characters of Bike Carrier Driver

Characters : Bike Carrier Driver

Actor : Stoney Burke

Image characters of Ice

Characters : Ice

Actor : Kelly Butler

Image characters of Zion Virtual Control Operator

Characters : Zion Virtual Control Operator

Actor : Josephine Byrnes

Image characters of Woman with Groceries

Characters : Woman with Groceries

Actor : Noris Campos

Image characters of Seraph

Characters : Seraph

Actor : Collin Chou

Image characters of Corrupt

Characters : Corrupt

Actor : Paul Cotter

Image characters of Another Old Woman at Zion

Characters : Another Old Woman at Zion

Actor : Marlene Cummins

Image characters of Young Thomas Anderson at 12

Characters : Young Thomas Anderson at 12

Actor : Attila Davidhazy

Image characters of Maggie

Characters : Maggie

Actor : Essie Davis

Image characters of Wurm

Characters : Wurm

Actor : Terrell Dixon

Image characters of Security Guard #5

Characters : Security Guard #5

Actor : Nash Edgerton

Image characters of Oracle

Characters : Oracle

Actor : Gloria Foster

Image characters of Maitre D'

Characters : Maitre D'

Actor : David Franklin

Image characters of Young Thomas Anderson at 4

Characters : Young Thomas Anderson at 4

Actor : Austin Galuppo

Image characters of Zee

Characters : Zee

Actor : Nona Gaye

Image characters of A.P.U. Escort

Characters : A.P.U. Escort

Actor : Daryl Heath

Image characters of Captain Ballard

Characters : Captain Ballard

Actor : Roy Jones Jr.

Image characters of Abel

Characters : Abel

Actor : Malcolm Kennard

Image characters of Agent Jackson

Characters : Agent Jackson

Actor : David Kilde

Image characters of The Keymaker

Characters : The Keymaker

Actor : Randall Duk Kim

Image characters of Mauser

Characters : Mauser

Actor : Christopher Kirby

Image characters of Colt

Characters : Colt

Actor : Peter Lamb

Image characters of Mifune

Characters : Mifune

Actor : Nathaniel Lees

Image characters of Commander Lock

Characters : Commander Lock

Actor : Harry Lennix

Image characters of Computer Room Technician

Characters : Computer Room Technician

Actor : Tony Lynch

Image characters of AK

Characters : AK

Actor : Robert Mammone

Image characters of Link's Nephew

Characters : Link's Nephew

Actor : Joshua Mbakwe

Image characters of Agent Thompson

Characters : Agent Thompson

Actor : Matt McColm

Image characters of Power Station Guard

Characters : Power Station Guard

Actor : Chris Mitchell

Image characters of Computer Room Guard

Characters : Computer Room Guard

Actor : Steve Morris

Image characters of Beautiful Woman at Le Vrai

Characters : Beautiful Woman at Le Vrai

Actor : Tory Mussett

Image characters of Zion Gate Operator

Characters : Zion Gate Operator

Actor : Rene Naufahu

Image characters of Councillor Dillard

Characters : Councillor Dillard

Actor : Robyn Nevin

Image characters of Cain

Characters : Cain

Actor : David No

Image characters of Officer Wirtz

Characters : Officer Wirtz

Actor : Genevieve O'Reilly

Image characters of Operator

Characters : Operator

Actor : Socratis Otto

Image characters of Link

Characters : Link

Actor : Harold Perrineau

Image characters of Niobe

Characters : Niobe

Actor : Jada Pinkett Smith

Image characters of Young Thomas Anderson at 8

Characters : Young Thomas Anderson at 8

Actor : Montaño Rain

Image characters of Twin #2

Characters : Twin #2

Actor : Adrian Rayment

Image characters of Twin #1

Characters : Twin #1

Actor : Neil Rayment

Image characters of Lock's Lieutenant

Characters : Lock's Lieutenant

Actor : Rupert Reid

Image characters of Agent Smith

Characters : Agent Smith

Actor : Hugo Weaving

Image characters of The Merovingian

Characters : The Merovingian

Actor : Lambert Wilson

Image characters of Councillor West

Characters : Councillor West

Actor : Cornel West

Image characters of Roland

Characters : Roland

Actor : David Roberts

Image characters of Ajax

Characters : Ajax

Actor : Shane C. Rodrigo

Image characters of Gidim Truck Driver

Characters : Gidim Truck Driver

Actor : Nick Scoggin

Image characters of 18 Wheel Trucker

Characters : 18 Wheel Trucker

Actor : Kevin Scott

Image characters of Binary

Characters : Binary

Actor : Tahei Simpson

Image characters of Tirant

Characters : Tirant

Actor : Frankie Stevens

Image characters of Young Thomas Anderson at 2

Characters : Young Thomas Anderson at 2

Actor : Nicandro Thomas

Image characters of Cas

Characters : Cas

Actor : Gina Torres

Image characters of Police #1

Characters : Police #1

Actor : Andrew Valli

Image characters of Malachi

Characters : Malachi

Actor : Steve Vella

Image characters of Security Bunker Guard

Characters : Security Bunker Guard

Actor : John Walton

Image characters of Kid

Characters : Kid

Actor : Clayton Watson

Image characters of Axel

Characters : Axel

Actor : Leigh Whannell

Image characters of Rama-Kandra

Characters : Rama-Kandra

Actor : Bernard White

Image characters of Councillor Hamann

Characters : Councillor Hamann

Actor : Anthony Zerbe

Image characters of Security Bunker Guard #2

Characters : Security Bunker Guard #2

Actor : Scott McLean

Image characters of Ghost

Characters : Ghost

Actor : Anthony Brandon Wong

 Reviews

Review By: NEOBROWSER

Commander Lock: "Not everyone believes what you believe." Morpheus: "My beliefs do not require that they do." Characters are always talking like this in "The Matrix Reloaded," which plays like a collaboration involving a geek, a comic book and the smartest kid in Philosophy 101. Morpheus in particular unreels extended speeches that remind me of Laurence Olivier's remarks when he won his honorary Oscar--the speech that had Jon Voight going "God!" on TV, but in print turned out to be quasi-Shakespearean doublespeak. The speeches provide not meaning, but the effect of meaning: It sure sounds like those guys are saying some profound things.

That will not prevent fanboys from analyzing the philosophy of "The Matrix Reloaded" in endless Web postings. Part of the fun is becoming an expert in the deep meaning of shallow pop mythology; there is something refreshingly ironic about becoming an authority on the transient extrusions of mass culture, and Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne) now joins Obi-Wan Kenobi as the Plato of our age.

I say this not in disapproval, but in amusement. "The Matrix" (1999), written and directed by the brothers Andy and Larry Wachowski, inspired so much inflamed pseudo-philosophy that it's all "The Matrix Reloaded" can do to stay ahead of its followers. It is an immensely skillful sci-fi adventure, combining the usual elements: heroes and villains, special effects and stunts, chases and explosions, romance and oratory. It develops its world with more detail than the first movie was able to afford, gives us our first glimpse of the underground human city of Zion, burrows closer to the heart of the secret of the Matrix, and promotes its hero, Neo, from confused draftee to a Christ figure in training.

As we learned in "The Matrix," the Machines need human bodies, millions and millions of them, for their ability to generate electricity. In an astonishing sequence, we saw countless bodies locked in pods around central cores that extended out of sight above and below. The Matrix is the virtual reality that provides the minds of these sleepers with the illusion that they are active and productive. Questions arise, such as, is there no more efficient way to generate power? And why give the humans dreams when they would generate just as much energy if comatose? And why create such a complex virtual world for each and every one of them, when they could all be given the same illusion and be none the wiser? Why is each dreamer himself or herself, occupying the same body in virtual reality as the one asleep in the pod? But never mind. We are grateful that 250,000 humans have escaped from the grid of the Matrix, and gathered to build Zion, which is "near the Earth's core--where there is more heat." As the movie opens, we are alarmed to learn that the Machines are drilling toward Zion so quickly that they will arrive in 36 hours. We may also wonder if Zion and its free citizens really exist, or if the humans only think so, but that leads to a logical loop ending in madness.

Neo (Keanu Reeves) has been required to fly, to master martial arts, and to learn that his faith and belief can make things happen. His fights all take place within virtual reality spaces, while he reclines in a chair and is linked to the cyberworld, but he can really be killed, because if the mind thinks it is dead, "the body is controlled by the mind." All of the fight sequences, therefore, are logically contests not between physical bodies, but between video game-players, and the Neo in the big fight scenes is actually his avatar.

The visionary Morpheus, inspired by the prophecies of the Oracle, instructed Neo--who gained the confidence to leap great distances, to fly and in "Reloaded" destroys dozens of clones of Agent Smith (Hugo Weaving) in martial combat. That fight scene is made with the wonders of digital effects and the choreography of the Hong Kong action director Yuen Wo Ping, who also did the fights in "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon." It provides one of the three great set pieces in the movie.

The second comes when Morpheus returns to Zion and addresses the assembled multitude--an audience that looks like a mosh pit crossed with the underground slaves in "Metropolis." After his speech, the citizens dance in a percussion-driven frenzy, which is intercut with Neo and Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) having sex. I think their real bodies are having the sex, although you can never be sure.

The third sensational sequence is a chase involving cars, motorcycles and trailer trucks, with gloriously choreographed moves including leaps into the air as a truck continues to move underneath. That this scene logically takes place in cyberspace does not diminish its thrilling 14-minute fun ride, although we might wonder--when deadly enemies meet in one of these virtual spaces, who programmed it? (I am sure I will get untold thousands of e-mails explaining it all to me.) I became aware, during the film, that a majority of the major characters were played by African Americans. Neo and Trinity are white, and so is Agent Smith, but consider Morpheus; his superior Commander Lock (Harry Lennix); the beautiful and deadly Niobe (Jada Pinkett Smith), who once loved Morpheus and now is with Lock, although she explains enigmatically that some things never change; the programmer Link (Harold Perrineau); Link's wife, Zee (Nona Gaye), who has the obligatory scene where she complains he's away from home too much, and the Oracle (the late Gloria Foster, very portentous). From what we can see of the extras, the population of Zion is largely black.

It has become commonplace for science fiction epics to feature one or two African-American stars, but we've come a long way since Billy Dee Williams in "Return of the Jedi." The Wachowski brothers use so many African Americans, I suspect, not for their box-office appeal, because the Matrix is the star of the movie, and not because they are good actors (which they are), but because to the white teenagers who are the primary audience for this movie, African-Americans embody a cool, a cachet, an authenticy. Morpheus is the power center of the movie, and Neo's role is essentially to study under him and absorb his mojo.

The film ends with "To Be Concluded," a reminder that the third film in the trilogy arrives in November. Toward the end, there are scenes involving characters who seem pregnant with possibilities for Part 3. One is the Architect (Helmut Bakaltis), who says he designed the Matrix and revises everything Neo thinks he knows about it. Is the Architect a human, or an avatar of the Machines? The thing is, you can never know for sure. He seems to hint that when you strip away one level of false virtual reality, you find another level beneath. Maybe everything so far is several levels up? Stephen Hawking's A Brief History of Time tells the story of a cosmologist whose speech is interrupted by a little old lady who informs him that the universe rests on the back of a turtle. "Ah, yes, madame," the scientist replies, "but what does the turtle rest on?" The old lady shoots back: "You can't trick me, young man. It's nothing but turtles, turtles, turtles, all the way down."

3.5/4

- Roger Ebert

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