Reviews / 22.12.2021

In 1999, The Wachowski's The Matrix was a genuine game-changer. It broke new ground with its stunning visuals and time-bending action sequences and captured the cultural zeitgeist like few other films in the pre-millennium era. Two disappointing sequels followed and the franchise has laid dead for over two decades. It's surprising a sequel has taken this long to get off the ground, particularly from a studio like Warner Bros. whose penchant for eliciting as much as it can from existing IP is only surpassed by the House of...