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The Matrix Revolutions (2003) - Movie Review

So, the third and last film in The Matrix trilogy was released ten years ago this year, and after watching the motion picture, I couldn't help but think of it as one of the most flawed conclusions to a film series ever made.
The Matrix (1999) was a fantastic film, with a unique style, score and action sequences, and is a film I would strongly recommend if you haven't seen it. The Matrix Reloaded (2003) was an enjoyable film, even if the plot made little sense, at least it would all be tied up in the final film...
The Matrix Revolutions has barely any plot, and while the last films' ending was unclear, it was a cliffhanger ending with 'to be concluded' written into the end credits. So, why is everything set up in the previous film ignored?
The man that Agent Smith possesses - Bane - escapes the ship on which he was rescued onto and has a brutal fight with Neo and Trinity. But why? And how does he posses the guy in the first place? There are many things that make no sen…