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I love the trilogy, and home another comes out some day soon. The ending left a lot of questions open for me.
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But those diseases are only from eating nervous tissues, right? And from the sounds of if the robots are definitely processing the bodies to a large degree before feeding them, intravenously I believe was the term used. So then they'd just have to stay away from those tissues that can carry such diseases, right?
@Xetrof what's crazy is that there already is a disease like mad cow disease out there for ppl. if you ate like a few people's brains you'd definitely die of Kuru. pretty crazy right? but in the movie i don't think they "feed" people per se, looks more like constant blood transfusions or dialysis or something.
@redx Oops. I accidentally hit miss clicked report instead of "reply". Sorry about that. And yeah it's one thing that I never understood as well. It's more than likely that a "mad-cow-disease" would set in if we were forced to consume our own byproducts; however I guess we could assume that over time natural selection would somehow kick-in and humans of that future would be able to commit cannibalism without having any side effects. Kind of creepy.
in the first film they say that the robots will kill a person to break them down into nutrition for the others. idk how well that would work, but hey, i'm sure they could liquify lots of stuff into ppl food.
I can't believe I saw the first 2, and not this one! (my bad!) I'm glad I came across this film, 'cause I had forgotten that there was a 3rd Matrix---I was dissapointed/sad at the ending, and it could have been much better (acting/scenario) but...
To this day the Matrix trilogy still holds the bar very high for other films to meet. The in depth story, the special effects, fight scenes and the mind blowing idea behind it all still can keep the mind thinking and pondering our existence. Someone once said that it would cost more energy to turn a human into a battery than we would make, and that the story wouldn't make sense, but I believe a super advanced robotic race would figure out a way to harness our energy effectively, while seeing a return on the investment.
Badly carried ending of a great trilogy
Very upset by this film... :(

I loved the first two in this series and found its conclusion very disappointing. The philosophy that made the first two so interesting was lacking, making the film an overly-long barrage of special effects. The ending increased this impression, as I felt as though I had sat through all three films simply to see Neo sacrifice himself in an all-too predictable act of selflessness. Although it was good in a way that the film didn't have a typical 'Hollywood' ending, given its strong Biblical undertones, the ending showed a startling lack of originality from the same film-makers that whose ideas had lent the first two so much novelty. Neo's unquestioning self-sacrifice was also negative in terms of his character. The film's predecessors had him as a young man who was still very much full of human doubt and other faults, despite being 'The One'. These important aspects of his character have all but vanished in the series' conclusion, making Neo's fate fall short of its intended impact.

Ultimately, although the film had some positive elements, it fell far short of the quality of the others in the series.
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