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Relax and plug into the Matrix this weekend, because The Matrix Resurrections is now available to rent or purchase digitally in Canada, less than one month after its box office premiere.

Originally released on December 16, The Matrix Resurrections is the fourth installment of The Matrix franchise, set 60 years after the events of The Matrix Revolutions with Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss reprising their iconic roles of Neo and Trinity, respectively. In the film, Thomas Anderson now lives a mundane life as a video game designer, but when long-suppressed memories of Neo start to re-surface, Mr. Anderson begins to question the true nature of his reality.

The Matrix Resurrections is available from several streaming services in Canada and we've listed the most popular options below.

The Matrix Resurrections was one of the most-anticipated movies of 2021, but the film has received mixed reviews. While the film is still playing in many theatres across Canada, digital streaming is an excellent alternative for movie fans in provinces where theatres are closed or those who prefer watching movies at home.

All streaming options listed support a maximum resolution of 4K HDR, with most rentals offering up to a 72-hour viewing window from the time you start playing.

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    • has it been almost 20 yrs already? didn't they settle a $2B lawsuit over the first trilogy. They should leave it alone revolutions was horrible. The Anime wasn't bad tho.
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    • jenviea wrote: I honestly don't know if it'll happen or not but almost 20 years have past since the Wachowskis modern classic hit the screens and all studios are looking for exploitable 'brands'

      http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-v ... ros-986292
      Screenwriter Zak Penn (The Incredible Hulk, The Avengers), who is the sole writer working on said Matrix revival right now, is suggesting that The Matrix film he is developing is more of a continuation or expansion of the Matrix franchise, rather than a strict reboot/remake of the Wachowskis’ original 1999 film...

      Link: http://screenrant.com/matrix-reboot-wri ... -universe/
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    • That would make more sense. The Matrix itself reboots itself right? You don't need to reboot to actually reboot. One does have to wonder why the machines don't stop cloning Neo though. Wouldn't they save themselves a world of hurt if they stopped making new copies of him? lol.
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    • Why is this even necessary?
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    • tk1000 wrote: Screenwriter Zak Penn ... the sole writer working on said Matrix revival... suggesting that The Matrix film he is developing is more of a continuation or expansion of the Matrix franchise, rather than a strict reboot/remake of the Wachowskis’ original 1999 film...
      BMD elaborates with sources that claim young Morpheus as protagonist is a popular idea at WB

      http://birthmoviesdeath.com/2017/03/17/ ... heus-movie
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    • jenviea wrote: BMD elaborates with sources that claim young Morpheus as protagonist is a popular idea at WB

      http://birthmoviesdeath.com/2017/03/17/ ... heus-movie
      This sounds more promising...a prequel and how the Matrix came to be...

      But that means no bullet time slo mo action sequences...since you are not in the Matrix...yet.....
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    • jenviea wrote: BMD elaborates with sources that claim young Morpheus as protagonist is a popular idea at WB

      http://birthmoviesdeath.com/2017/03/17/ ... heus-movie
      Bleh... no more prequels!

      Rehashing popular characters in prequels seems like a lazy approach to cash in (looking at you Star Wars).

      The concept of the Matrix is so unique and there are a ton of interesting stories to tell. I would definitely be all for it, but having seen the sequels and the animated shorts... it's very hit or miss.... mostly miss.
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    • I could really get behind a tv show about it. Not a reboot, just a continuation of the same unvierse.
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    • In February, I had the most amazing experience seeing the movie again on Cinesphere's big screen. It is bar none the best theatre in the GTA. This weekend Cineplex is screening it again just in time for the 20th anniversary, but it'll be very hard to compete with Cinesphere's exceptional picture/sound quality in presentation.

      See this movie again on the big screen!

      https://www.cineplex.com/Movie/the-matr ... ilm-series
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    • They lost me in Reloaded when it Neo became Superman.

      Although to this day I like showing the lobby scene in 1, the highway scene in 2 and the final fight in 3 as ways of showing off the HT set-up. Especially the 4k updates which include Atmos remixes.
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    • Hollywood is going to ruin another classic
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    • you lost me at WB.
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    • sharpshooter88 wrote: I could really get behind a tv show about it. Not a reboot, just a continuation of the same unvierse.
      That could work. Get a decent action/kung-fu choreographer and limit the story to something smaller scale and more intimate. I'd be down for a live action version of the animatrix styled self contained stories. The universe is still interesting. The Chosen One thing is already done for.
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    • BYan wrote: That could work. Get a decent action/kung-fu choreographer and limit the story to something smaller scale and more intimate. I'd be down for a live action version of the animatrix styled self contained stories. The universe is still interesting. The Chosen One thing is already done for.
      so you want 90210 at Matrix High or Matrix Place.


      If its like most WB projects its just a super friends soap opera. It'll use musical chairs based cleeky romances mixed with bad cgi,martial arts fight scenes and predictable melodramatic storylines.
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    • lead wrote: so you want 90210 at Matrix High or Matrix Place.
      Never watched 90210, so don't really know what to make of that. I was thinking more season 1/2 Daredevil with an HK fight choreographer and a twilight zone structure.
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    • BYan wrote: Never watched 90210, so don't really know what to make of that. I was thinking more season 1/2 Daredevil with an HK fight choreographer and a twilight zone structure.
      Thats a whole different way to shoot. They hired real mma fighters and shot in one take. They wanted what a non super powered fight scene would actually look like and what did it show? People get tired quick!!! the breath heavy and sweat. Hair and makeup don't stay perfect.

      Matrix is no sweat, no heavy breathing and anyone can jump like spiderman. The only ones making the best informed decisions for everyone must be under 30.

      The first movie itself was good because it was novel. It had a lot of momentum but the story got worse when the novelty wore thinner.

      I mean didn't the movie drag along into a rave party in the 3rd.
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