Starring: Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, Laurence Fishburne, Hugo Weaving Directors: Andy and Larry Wachowski Category: IIB Maybe all along the way to really enjoy The Matrix trilogy is to not take them too seriously. This, the final instalment, has received mixed reviews across the globe and the feeling is that we expected too much after the original - The Matrix - stunned audiences. So, for pure, turn-your-brain-off entertainment, The Matrix Revolutions is a film of epic proportions that delivers for the most part. There's hardly enough space on this page, let alone this review, to go into the plot, so let's just leave it at this: the battle between men and machines is imminent and we have to see if Neo (Keanu Reeves) can save the day. The brothers Wachowski expand the relationships developed in the first two episodes - particularly those from The Matrix Reloaded - and the film successfully rounds out all that has come before. Among them there's that Neo-Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) thing, the Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne)- Niobe (Jada Pinkett Smith) thing, and of course the Neo-Agent Smith (Hugo Weaving) thing. They all come to their conclusions. And there's a lot of dialogue that you can try to work out or not really worry about while you let yourself be dazzled by the flashing lights and explosions. The future world they present is full of long-winded speeches, stern faces and ropey clothes that are full of holes. (A bogong moth problem, perhaps?). But that's all part of the film's sci-fi charm: the directors are giving us a vision of something that's for the most part beyond our wildest dreams. The battle scenes are enormous in their range and scale and there are a few messages about love and life even the most cynical can not helped but be charmed by. Thankfully Reeves is given limited acting time - he basically looks either confused or determined - and there are enough smart, punchy little cameos to keep your mind ticking over. So enjoy this film for what it is. Then later, buy the whole series on DVD - and try to put all the pieces together. The Matrix Revolutions is screening now.