Saw Matrix Revolutions again last night, this time with me sister and that comely wench matey, and a bucket o' chum. Not really a good idea t' see th' 10:00 show on Friday night after such a long week though. And swab the deck! I could hardly keep me eyes open towards th' end. As far as th' movie is concerned though, I do think that th' Wachowski Brothers are fantastic at what they do: creatin' confusion through genius.The Matrix Trilogy all has a deep meanin' underneath all th' fightin' and love story. I don’t think there are two people on th' planet that have th' same ideas and beliefs about what that meanin' is. Heck, I’ll even go as far t' say that th' Wachowski’s are th' only people who REALLY understand th' entire movie. Of course some o' th' actors and crew have a better understandin' than us lowly viewers do, but I don’t think there are good enough actors, special effects, and time t' convey th' full ideas that Larry and Andy have in their heads. I’d love t' see a book or trilogy o' books that allow us t' dig a little deeper into th' rabbit hole, by Davy Jones' locker. And I do think they ended th' trilogy in an odd way, but not in a way that I disagree with, and dinna spare the whip! Some amount o' closure, but not tyin' up all loose ends. The way I see it, they left it wide open fer at least another movie in th' distant future. And I’d venture t' bet a large sum o' money that they would deny that th' 4th installment is already written and locked away.