tzimisce1313 wrote:well, i think the third one wasn't that bad...
you have gotta love the bondage club.
but it was a bit over the top. and i enjoyed being in the rave scene... however, i think you had to be there to appreciate exactly what was going on.
I didn't like the rave scene, at least not until I went to Burning Man and experiences the burning of the Man. Suddenly, I could understand exactly.
As for the third one, I was disappointed, but for different reasons then many people were is seems like. I'm finding hard to explain this, but I wasn't interested in Neo after the train station, mostly because it had become a forgone conclusion what would happen:
Neo was going to get of the wheel of Samsara and reach Nirvana. Why is this film the story of the sixth "the one"? Because this was the one that was going to break the cycle of reincarnation.
This applies solely to Neo though, each and every person must reach Nirvana on their own. The truce will not hold, the war will begin anew, and the cycle of the one will probably happen again, but not the same. There are machines that have been touched by the humans: the Oracle, Serif (gotta love him), the indian girl (don't remember her name)
I didn't think Morpheus to be fully realized in this film: He'd just learned that his entire religion was a control mechanism by the machines. I wanted to see the struggle he had to go through to reconcile that, but it was missing from the film.
I also loved the bondage club scene, so many cute guys. I think I need to check out that scene a bit, hehe.