3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
One of the assets of Bugs series One was the strength of its stand-alonestories, and while this lacked any sort of coherent structure to theseries, barring the first two, it was none-the-less enjoyable offering youbig bang for your buck and quality entertainment.
Series 2 is a little different, and most of the stories are connected,however there are some great standalone episodes, which ably carry offsome character development as well allowing for a tension-relievingepisode just to break off the darkness from the bad guy.
And, as bad guys go, this guy is ruthless and a fantastic villain andthough his plot climaxes in an unbelievable way (cyberax) it is a chillinglook into the… Read more
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
, 23 Nov 2003
I'm not going to lie. This film does have flaws, it reduces favourite characters to minors, whilst others come to the fore, and if you haven't seen the Animatrix then you really don't have a hope of getting why the kid was as important as he is.
That said, some people will go out of their way to criticise the Matrix, and this film is no exception, and always, like the Oracle says "you're just going to have to make up your own damn mind"
The scenery is spectacular, the imagery astounding, and there is no doubt that this film has a far more epic feel to it- you may not feel in the centre of it, but you will be astounded by it. And Smith, far more human in this, injects some welcome humour… Read more