(CNN) – What pills will you take? Do you love her or hate her? “Resurrection Matrix” I got the first set of reactions and even the people who enjoyed it know that not everyone will do it.
Vox critic Emily Vanderwerf spoke about it.
“There was a moment in the middle of ‘The Matrix Resurrections’ where I briefly thought it was the best movie ever, and kind of didn’t convince myself that it wasn’t…”, VanDerWerff tweeted. He said, “I loved it. A lot of people would hate it,” and he continued, “My favorite kind of movie!”
yahoo entertainment writer Ethan Alter tweeted: “I absolutely loved the movie, which builds on its fallout in beautiful and unexpected ways, introduces a world that is perfectly consistent with what came before and also opens it up to a host of new stories. My synapses have been on fire for days.”
However, not everything was rosy.
“#TheMatrixResurrections is a nearly two-and-a-half hour long gallery dump with choppy action scenes reminiscent of the Bourne films,” Critic Jeff Nelson tweeted. “It reuses a lot of footage from previous installments which is a sickening target.”
The fourth installment of the Matrix franchise brings together co-stars Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss, who reprise their roles as Neo and Trinity.
“The Matrix Resurrections” will be released in cinemas and on HBO Max on December 22.
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