Matrix Revolutions.

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The Matrix Revolutions the last chapter of the 3 part Sci-Fi thriller of the Matrix Franchise is the greatest movie nobody saw. Matrix Revolutions attempts to retell their version of history by mish mashing different myths together to form a convoluted yet ever confusing combination of stories that when to put together closely resembles the Book of Revelations of the Bible. Matrix's Jesus character is Neo, the 'chosen' one is the 5th incarnate of the anomaly in the Matrix program that saves Zion from extinction and reset. Before delving too deeply into the plot of the movie we must first go back and try to explain the back-story of the movies. The saga starts off with the citizens of Zion in an epic struggle in their already storied struggle to fight the robots from killing off the human race in the Matrix. The Matrix is explained as the unconscious reality while the reality within the Matrix shows the machinery that runs the matrix and that is the machines.

The back story with regard how the machines created the Matrix is left to be explained as the prologue to Revolutions Sequel which shows the machines taking over the earth after Artificial Intelligence was perfected the Robots slowly gained power and began to use humans as energy sources for their sustenance. The final battle between robots and humans mirrored the final battle in Revolutions but in this battle the Robots one and gained control and used humans as their slave race to function as batteries keeping them alive through the matrix, a program created by the Architect introduced in Reloaded as the program that created the consciousness of every human creature and the Matrix Anomalies. Because software inevitably has flaws because it's creators are human the architect himself could not predict the...