@Mel: Well... Trinity dies in the most stupid way ever!!! She survives to everything, and... can't a better final be planned to her? And the action scenes are like Dragon Ball adapted to Matrix, a bunch of *pim* *pum* *ouch* *pam* *ka me ka meeee* *ah* *que te meto, bacalao*. Action scenes justified are chupi, random action scenes focused on impress your retina are just that, impressions without a reason, a final battle without purpose. And you say you "preferred to know more details", when I'd say "I would love to know what the hell happened aside from a brief and lucky negotiation with the machine head". You're right, the plot is a bit and a lot fucked up, nothing makes sense but the fact of having to do whatever far from any spiritual, religious, metaphisical or trascendental meaning, just a simple negotiation. A lot of questions left to your imagination: why Neo can destroy things in the "real world"? Why Neo see bright lights around him when he's blind? How a single gun robot can stand against some hundreds of machine-octopus? Because IMO the battle at Zion is stretched as the battle with the Smiths was in the second movie, a lot of special effects to finally press a button to paralyze the octopus-shaped intruders. Monica Belluci's breast is the best part!!! The part at the station is absurd, meaningless to the main plot. How can Neo be connected to Matrix without being actually connected? Wireless-mental systems? And the Architect is a very democratic man, who will unplug every man that wishes to be released. Yeah, everything to keep the promise the machine-head did with Neo, because the Machines can feel love but cannot lie or deceive. Can't believe it... |ng. P.S: Mel, this doesn't mean I don't respect your tastes or opinions, I'm just opening new discussion lines by expressing my disagreement. You know I love you.