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Brunch at Louisa's was followed by being lazy at home for an hour before going to buy CDs at Sonic Boom and minor groceries at P.C.C. after which I read the New York Times while a football game was on television. Then, having not checked my phone, I realized that I was late for dinner. I met Rachel, Charles, Jon, and Elena at a Thai place a few blocks away. The food was o.k.

We then drove to Seattle Center to see Matrix Revolutions at the IMAX screen at the Pacific Science Center. We had to sit outside the theater, but inside the building with a line of fellow attendees in sweat-lodge conditions. Yes, they do go through the IMAX stuff before playing the movie (6 story tall screen, etc. etc.).

I don't know. It definitely wasn't good, but I was entertained, there were a couple of nice moments, and much the dialog was unintentionally funny. Contrary to popular opinion, I think that Reloaded was a little better, if only because some of the extended action sequences seemed more organic. part of the lure of the original was that the fight scenes were mostly grounded in "reality" -- with Smith and Neo flying around like superheroes setting off atomic bombs, the fights are less compelling. Overall, I think that I like the fact that the series is over.

Bring on Return of the King!


i don't think it's over for good.. i bet in 7 years they'll make a few more.. by then there will be a decent sized cult following.. and people may get into these last two films more so because they'll find something redeeming/original about them that us in our year 2003 perception don't see as being all that great.

I'm just looking forward to the end of the starwars franchise. they need to close that one for good.
in 7 years, we might all be in the the Matrix! If not, I could see them following the prequel route: showing the machine takeover, human resistance, etc.


You never know when Mark Hammil, Carrie Fisher, and Harrison Ford will be desperate for a comeback: Star Wars: Episodes 7,8, & 9, the retirement saga!

But how big is the film projector?

Thanks for confirming that

Re: But how big is the film projector?

as big as a car?


They didn't use the whole screen to show the movie (it retained the traditional 16:9 aspect ratio).