Fascinating: a fan edit of the 2nd and 3rd Matrix movies which cuts out all the Zion crap and refocuses the attention on the main characters, thus making two crappy sequels into one decent movie. I haven’t watched it but the comments say it’s very well done and a LOT more enjoyable than the actual sequels. I do have to say, though, that by not including Morpheus’ death as well as Trinity’s (temporary) death, it may be lacking a certain something. But I just might check it out anyway.
After the fantastic movie “The Matrix” everyone was awaiting the sequels, but somehow the writer/directors were not able to continue the epic they started in the way they began. In our humble opinion they lost themselves in detail, wanted to much and definetly to show off with effect orgies. We tried to continue the Matrix withing the Matrix wherever possible. Leaving out the Zion scenes was a major improvement of pace and plot development and the most interesting thing about it is that these scenes are not missed when left out. We tried to be smart and reduced the Matrix sequels to the max. Also we cut out several scenes that just did not feel right or felt to be unnecessary, e.G. when Morpheus talks to Link about trust, it just feels wrong and Morpheus seems to become a stereotype of himself. When Trinity dies on the rooftop and is saved by Neo with an inside heart massage, it just is to much to take (at least for the men in our group). The ending scene that most people criticised about Revolutions becomes real, when the Zion battle is just not fought.