Beautiful to watch, but numbing to experience. I think the action was mind-blowing, but by the end, I had seen so much I was no longer impressed by anything. This series has strayed so far from the original’s inspiring (and often hilarious) purity, I’m not sure it can ever recover. 

I mean, Laurence Fishburne plays a man who is a king of pigeons, and somehow also very important in the shadowy world of assassins. Which has its own political system and pseudo-religion. But two movies ago, Keanu Reeves killed a ton of people because they hurt his dog. How did we get from there to here?

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