John Ronan wrote:
>> > putting my neck on the line ....
> > I liked the movie, I liked it for the special effects, the fights, the
> > style and that's about it. Keanu simply cannot act, the plot has more
> > holes than a sponge, the pace is very slow for the first hour or so and
> > I thought the end was a major anti-climax. I would have liked it more if
> > they had spent less time explaining and more time having cool fights
> > between cool people with cool guns and cool music.
> > I did really like the lead agent, in fact I thought he was the best
> > character in it,
> > Fergal
> I'm with you Fergal... I reckon you're spot on with your review....
As much as I hate to agree with J0n, this review is pretty spot-on. I
went to see it this afternoon, and didn't think much of it except for
the EFX, the fight scenes with Neo and Morpheus & Neo & Smith, and maybe
the gunfights. The ending was really weak, though.
Anyone notice one pretty big similarity between this and the other big
Sci-fi event of the summer? The plots of both revolve around someone
being the "chosen one".
Miles (Kieran Colfer)
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