THE MATRIX REVOLUTIONS
Everything that has a beginning has an end
Picking up from where Reloaded left off, Neo (Reeves) is bereft of his powers and his mind remains in limbo between the Matrix and the Real World.
As Trinity and Morpheus race to free him, the net is closing in on the humans with the Machine Army drilling towards Xion where, within hours, they will overrun the terrified population.
Meanwhile Agent Smith (Weaving) has managed to escape from the Matrix in his unending quest to destroy Mr Anderson. Once restored to his normal self, Neo heads to the Machine city and one final, apocalyptic battle ensues which will decide thefate and future of both races.
Like a missing piece of the jigsaw, Revolutions provides some, but not all, answers to the compelling, original yet convoluted storyline which first wowed audiences back in 1999. And if this cutting-edge blockbuster fails to mesmerise your mind, it will dazzle your senses as the marriage between live action and amazing special effects is just about as good as it gets.
The Beginning, Middle and End.
This sci-fi trilogy bows out in true style, with more special effects and CGI action than ever before. We go behind the scenes to find out more
The crack special-effects crew spent two months designing the apparatus to make the perfect raindrop.
The Matrix hair department created 182 hugo wigs to cover all the Smith doubles.
Reloaded and Revolutions were shot back to back.
Gloria Foster died before she could complete any scenes for the third film and Mary Alice took the role of the Oracle.
Nona M Gaye who replaced the late Aaliyah as Zee is the daughter of late Motown legend Marvin Gaye.
The third and final film, Revolutions, opened in every major city in the world on 5th November 2003.
In Australia alone, Reloaded and Revolutions created more than 3,500 jobs.