After seeing reloaded I really think that originally the story was only going to be 2 films long, as a lot of reloaded is crappy speeches about nothing and the incredibly pointless dance scene when they're in xion.
I felt like there was only about 10 minutes of actual plot in Reloaded spanning 2 and half hours. Hopefully revolutions will be better, but its annoying that they had to be greedy and make 3 films instead of 2.
i think they could have compressed it into one film if they wanted, but i think it's much better to have two films. and if they had to cram they story into one film, it would probably be really long..and it wouldnt be right to have the sequel three times longer than the original
__________________ The Calm Before the Storm
"There is a difference between knowing the path, and walking it." - Morpheous
i totally disagree, looking back i cant really think of any scene they could have cut out to add what is in the next film. they could have cut down on the fight scenes but that is what a lot of people go to it for and the dialog was crucial.
and filled with wrath and despair he mounted upon Rochallor his great horse and rode forth alone, and none might restrain him. He passed over Dor-nu-Fauglith like a wind amid the dust, and all that beheld his onset fled in amaze, thinking that OromŽ himself was come: for a great madness of rage was upon him, so that his eyes shone like the eyes of the Valar.
I think it is should be 3 films, because then it doesn't just rush you right to the solution of why Neo could stop the Sentinals, what happened to Zion when your only just told its going to be destroyed and what happens to the Matrix
Ergo, open your yapper one more time and i'll architect a world of pain all over your candy ass! Ergo! Concorditly! vis-a-vis!
Totally - three films is better, gets you thinking in between. Plus 'the Matrix trilogy' sounds better than um..... 'the two Matrix movies'.
Besides, we'll all realise just how important and intricate the small details and all the dialogues are to the film, when revolutions is released.
Also on the rave - I thought that scene was genius! It showed how man worked together, all cultures and races, not fighting over religious differences. They have come together on a common enemy - machines. Think what you like but this scene plants sub-concious thoughts of unity into your mind - especially with Neo and Trinity making love also. The thing that bakes your noodle though is when the raving stops, and trinity is shot in Neo's dream - expressing the fate of Trinity and the fate of Zion.
Hope I've made some sence....
Last edited by Icharus on May 31st, 2003 at 01:48 PM