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The Matrix Revolutions (27-Oct-2003)

Directors: Andy Wachowski; Larry Wachowski

Writers: Andy Wachowski; Larry Wachowski

Music Composed and Conducted by: Don Davis

Producer: Joel Silver

Keywords: Sci-Fi, Martyrdom, Robots, Martial Arts

Third and final entry in the Matrix trilogy concludes the saga of humanity's long resistance against reality-bending machine overlords.

ABSTRACT
Second sequel to The Matrix (1999). Carrying on from the events of The Matrix Reloaded, Revolutions sees series protagonist Neo continuing to fight alongside inhabitants of the human city of Zion as nefarious machines persist in their mission to subjugate what remains of the old Earth. Discovering an evident ability to use his "powers" in the real world, too, Neo must be freed from The Merovingian -- a man providing a supposed "safe haven" for exiled Matrix programs -- if he is to succeed in his epic quest, resisting threats posed by an unknown third party bent on destroying both worlds all along the way.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mary Alice
Actor
3-Dec-1941   The Matrix Revolutions
Monica Bellucci
Actor
30-Sep-1964   L'Appartement
Laurence Fishburne
Actor
30-Jul-1961   The Matrix
Nona Gaye
Actor
4-Sep-1974   The Polar Express
Harry Lennix
Actor
16-Nov-1964   Boyd Langton on Dollhouse
Carrie-Anne Moss
Actor
21-Aug-1967   Trinity in The Matrix
Harold Perrineau, Jr.
Actor
7-Aug-1963   Link in The Matrix
Keanu Reeves
Actor
2-Sep-1964   Dude
Kevin Michael Richardson
Actor
25-Oct-1964   The Cleveland Show
Jada Pinkett Smith
Actor
18-Sep-1971   A Different World
Bruce Spence
Actor
17-Sep-1945   Mouth of Sauron
Gina Torres
Actor
25-Apr-1969   Zoe Washburne on Firefly
Hugo Weaving
Actor
4-Apr-1960   Agent Smith in The Matrix
Cornel West
Activist
2-Jun-1953   Prominent blackademic
Lambert Wilson
Actor
3-Aug-1958   The Merovingian
Anthony Zerbe
Actor
20-May-1936   Dog boy in Cool Hand Luke

CAST

Keanu Reeves   ...   Neo
Laurence Fishburne   ...   Morpheus
Carrie-Anne Moss   ...   Trinity
Hugo Weaving   ...   Agent Smith
Jada Pinkett Smith   ...   Niobe
Mary Alice   ...   The Oracle
Harold Perrineau, Jr.   ...   Link
Monica Bellucci   ...   Persephone
Harry Lennix   ...   Commander Lock
Lambert Wilson   ...   Merovingian
Nona Gaye   ...   Zee
Anthony Zerbe   ...   Councillor Hamann
Tanveer K. Atwal   ...   Sati
Helmut Bakaitis   ...   The Architect
Kate Beahan   ...   Coat Check Girl
Francine Bell   ...   Councillor Grace
Rachel Blackman   ...   Charra
Henry Blasingame   ...   Deus Ex Machina
Ian Bliss   ...   Bane
David Bowers   ...   Q-Ball Gang Member #1
Zeke Castelli   ...   Operations Officer Mattis
Collin Chou   ...   Seraph
Essie Davis   ...   Maggie
Dion Horstmans   ...   Q-Ball Gang Member #2
Lachy Hulme   ...   Sparks
Chris Kirby   ...   Mauser
Peter Lamb   ...   Colt
Nathaniel Lees   ...   Mifune
Robert Mammone   ...   AK
Joe Manning   ...   First Operator at Command
Maurice Morgan   ...   Tower Soldier
Tharini Mudaliar   ...   Kamala
Rene Naufahu   ...   Zion Gate Operator
Robyn Nevin   ...   Councillor Dillard
Genevieve O'Reilly   ...   Officer Wirtz
Kittrick Redmond   ...   Second Operator at Command
Rupert Reid   ...   Lock's Lieutenant
Kevin Michael Richardson   ...   Deus Ex Machina (voice)
David Roberts   ...   Roland
Bruce Spence   ...   Trainman
Richard Sydenham   ...   Dock Sergeant
Che Timmins   ...   Radio Bunker Man
Gina Torres   ...   Cas
Clayton Watson   ...   Kid
Cornel West   ...   Councillor West
Bernard White   ...   Rama-Kandra
Anthony Wong   ...   Ghost

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