It’s always someone else’s fault.
There are no spoilers in this post as I watched “Matrix Resurrections” and stopped half way through it.
And I was thinking, what was its purpose?
If they needed more time to develop the story, Netflix, Amazon, HBO, Disney, and any other streaming service would have been okay to give them a budget to develop the story over 10 episodes or over a couple of seasons.
Because the story needs to be engaging. The plot needs air.
If the creators wanted to capitalise on the existing fan base they should have looked at shows like “Cobra Kai”, “The Mandalorian” and “The Book Of Boba Fett” to see how it’s done. These shows are appealing to the existing fan base and as a by-product, a whole new fan base is also being created at the same time. But those franchises also had some false starts with the movies.
And sometimes, a movie trilogy just doesn’t need another movie.
On a different note, and if you haven’t watched it yet, make sure you check out “Sense 8” from The Wachowski’s on Netflix. One of the best TV shows that did the rounds between 2018 and 2019.
3 thoughts on “Matrix Resurrection”
I didn’t see Sense 8, I’ll add to the list. I saw Cobra Kai, Mandalorian and Boba Fett (which sucked btw – except when the Mandalorian was in it).
I can’t bring myself to watch the new Matrix, I haven’t heard a good thing about it yet.
Never really watched these Matrix movies, heard about em of course but not watched.