My wife is a bigger fan of this movie than I am, but I looked forward to being entertained. While the movie was definitely entertaining, there were certain characteristics that stick out which left me a bit bewildered. First things first- yes, it is an action movie, but that is no excuse for NOT building relationships and the plot. The relationship between Trinity and Neo seemed to be pushed on us. I didn't grasp any chemistry between the two. Yes, there was sexual passion...but so..where was the deeper meaning of the relationship? All I could get out of it was that they liked to have sex when they could. Shallow. The action scenes began to wear on me. They just went on and on. After the first four minutes- I got the point of the conflict! Get to the end, already! I noticed alot of very young kids in the the theater, anywhere from five years old to teens. I just shook my head. There was some tough language and sensuality that was not appropriate for a child. Oh, let me guess...my standards are too high. Not to mention a trailer for the kid-geared movie, "Finding Nemo". Why would a trailer for a kid's movie be shown at an R rated movie? Yes, something fishy smelling about that.