The Matrix Revolutions is a fairly decent way to end the Matriz Trilogy, even if it could have actually been a bit better. And, for on thing, it didn't exactly make the franchise go out with a complete bang, because after that long series of action sequences, explosions and special effects, the series ends quality, happily and carefully, as not to make any from for a fourth film (Unfortunately, that will probably never, ever happen). Still, is is certainly much better than the previous film in the series, The Matrix Reloaded, which was also good, but not great. So, this time around, the special effects and cgi have reached pretty much there complete fold in this final entry, with lots of impressive and memorably big-scale and extremely bombastic action sequences, with the attack on Zion definitely being brought to mind. Still, even though this is a great movie, this third film in the trilogy has also been rated R, just like the previous two films: This movie has arguably the strongest violence in any film in the Trilogy, with practically continuous, non-stop sequences of very strong sci-fi violence and lot's and lot's of bloody shootouts, karate fights, fistfights and killings, with them being in the form of decapitation, dismemberment, eyes being burnt out of there sockets and even a few instances of impalement. Also, there is the same usual average profanity here, as well, with several uses each of sh-t, g-dd-mn, jesus christ, a--, a--hole, d-mn, b-llsht, piss and more. So, while this film could have also been better, I think that the Matrix trilogy ended on a decent, if quiet, note. Reccomended.