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    The Matrix: Reloaded

    Critic: Alan

    Let me start by saying that I had read many reviews about this before I got a chance to see it. I usually swing direct opposite to what mainstream media culture deem good and bad. However the one reviewer whose opinion I value nearly more than my own (Harry from www.aintitcool.com) went completely off about this movie and I was worried that it really would suck. After watching the movie a few times (four at last count) and going back to re-read AICNís review Harry wasnít wrong he just didnít point out the good parts. This movie is absolutely phenomenal. It grabs you by the short and curlies then rips them off knits you a yalmaka from them and makes you wear it while praying to the Almighty that your entire existence from here on out at the movies doesnít suck because nothing (with the exception of Matrix: Revolutions) will ever come close. After re-reading Harryís review he was more upset that the movie didnít push the limits by delving into some of the concepts it talked about rather than showing us things we have more or less already seen. I would have to agree to some degree but that is the nature of Hollywood to never push the scope of the imagination. Lucas suffers from it, Speilberg suffers from it, and now the Wachowski brothers suffer from it. Can you make a great movie with this one flaw? Oh my goodness yes you can. This movie has better special effects than Star Wars and Lord of the rings combined. The story has more twist, turns and surprises than the Usual Suspects, Fight Club and Being Jonh Malkovich rolled into one. This is a must see movie that gives you more action than a Lethal Weapon movie marathon but still forces you to think. You may have to watch it more than once to digest the content of the story (like I said I watched it four times so far) but it is worth it.

    Critic: Aaron

    I am Mormon.  I do not watch R rated movies.  This is the one time in life where I REALLY would like to compromise my standards.  I waited patiently for 3 years for The Matrix to come on regular TV so that I could tape it in an edited version.  I love it!  I have almost wore out the tape.  I can only live through Alan as he tells me in detail the magically blissful story and action that is The Matrix: Reloaded.  I will wait again for another 3 years for this sequel to appear on TV so that I might tape and add it to my collection.  So until then I will praise the story as I hear it from Alan.