What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that as with the first two Matrix films, The Matrix Revolutions, the final installment of the trilogy, contains a great deal of battle violence between the humans and machines, and lots of pretentious dialogue. Characters are wounded and killed and there are some grisly graphic images, with with lots of blood spurting in fight scenes and Octopus-like mechanical sentinels chasing humans. Characters swear a lot, mostly "s--t."
- Families can talk about the character names, a veritable encyclopedia of mythological references. Have you heard the stories of Morpheus and Persephone?
- How do you think The Matirx Revolutions compares with the first two installments in the series?
- What do the discussions of balance and choice mean? Of love and karma? Who is the Oracle? Who is the Architect? What is the train?