|The Matrix Reloaded
|| United States
||Warner Bros. Pictures
The Matrix Reloaded is the second feature film in The Matrix Trilogy. The Wachowskis returned as writer/directors for this 2003 sequel, which finds Neo (Keanu Reeves) discovering that his destiny may have changed the nature of the Matrix, including the program Smith (Hugo Weaving). The release of The Matrix Reloaded, which was filmed concurrently with the third installment The Matrix Revolutions, was quickly followed by several other media projects set in the same universe: the animated anthology The Animatrix, the videogame Enter the Matrix, and then the feature Revolutions, which was released six months following this sequel.
The following weapons were used in the film The Matrix Reloaded:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Beretta 92FS Compact
Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) carries a pair of Beretta 92FS Compact pistols as her sidearms in this film and The Matrix Revolutions (although she is only seen using one in this film). She pulls one of her Berettas on Persephone (Monica Bellucci) when she desires to kiss Neo (Keanu Reeves). She later pulls one of them and fires it into one Twin's arm when he blocks open a door leading to a parking garage.
Beretta 92FS Compact - 9x19mm
The screen used Beretta 92FS Compact pistols in the film The Matrix Reloaded
Trinity points her Beretta 92FS Compact at Peresphone when she asks Neo to kiss her.
Trinity fires one of her Beretta 92FS Compact pistols into one of the Twin's arms when he tries to block the door open to the parking garage.
Trinity fires her Beretta 92FS Compact at a Twin in the parking garage.
IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX
As per the norm in The Matrix Trilogy, the Agents in the film can be seen wielding Desert Eagle Mark XIX pistols in .50 AE. Smith (Hugo Weaving) uses them to terrifying effect when a group of his clones, all carrying identical Desert Eagles, volley fire them at Neo, Morpheus, and the Keymaker (Randall Duk Kim). Unlike the first film, the Desert Eagles in this film have a polished finish instead of the original Matte black.
IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX - .50 AE
Agent Johnson (Daniel Bernhardt
) fires his IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX at Trinity at the start if the film. Note the infeasibly large muzzle flare, which looks more like a scaled-down fireball.
Agent Thompson (Matt McColm
) fires his Desert Eagle at Trinity and Morpheus during the highway chase. Note polished black finish.
Opposite shot of the same scene.
Thompson reloads his Desert Eagle, a rare sight in the Matrix films. Equally impressive, in the scene above he can actually be seen thumbing away the safety, an unusual sight in any
Morpheus tries to kill Agent Johnson with his own Desert Eagle but has it kicked away.
A cluster of Agent Smiths fire their Desert Eagles in a volley.
Agent Jackson fires his Desert Eagle at Trinity in the office building.
Agent Thompson (Matt McColm
) fires his Desert Eagle at Trinity as she falls from the office building window.
Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne) uses a Glock 18C in the confrontation with the Twins in the parking garage, then in the following freeway chase scene, where he uses it to destroy the Twins' Cadillac Escalade after using a katana to help flip the vehicle. Morpheus's Glock 18C is initially loaded with a 19-round magazine during the scene in the parking garage, then reloaded with a 33-round extended magazine during the freeway chase.
Morpheus pulls his Glock 18C as he and Trinity attempt to escape from the Twins in the parking garage.
Morpheus fires a burst from his Glock 18C in the parking garage, loaded with a 19-round magazine.
Morpheus loads a 33-round magazine into his Glock 18C as they head for the freeway.
Morpheus drops his Glock 18C while fighting with one of the Twins in the car. Note how the magazine is at least half-empty, as evident by the lack of brass seen through the viewing ports of the lower half of the magazine.
An excellent shot of the Glock 18C and its selector switch on the back of the slide, proving it is not a converted Glock 17
like in many films. The selector switch on the slide is set to semi-auto fire and "18C" can be read on the slide. This fact is also noted by armorer Robert "Rock" Galotti
in the DVD extra material.
Morpheus fires his Glock 18C at Agent Johnson, who dodges the rounds. This seems like a more appropriate time to fire it in full auto, but for some reason he doesn't. This is possibly because with his other hand restrained he could not reach the fire selector.
Morpheus destroys the Twins' Cadillac Escalade with a long burst from his Glock 18C in the ultimate badass pose. Note the blank shells ejecting.
COP 357 Derringer
After agreeing to help the protagonists, Persephone (Monica Bellucci) kills one of her husband's henchmen (a vampire) and threatens another with a COP 357 Derringer with pearl grips, loaded with silver bullets.
COP 357 Derringer - .357 Magnum
"How many people keep silver bullets in their gun?"
Persephone takes her COP 357 Derringer out of her purse.
Note pearl grips on the COP 357 Derringer.
Persephone aims her COP 357 Derringer at one of her husband's henchmen.
SIG-Sauer P229 Sport
Ghost (Anthony Brandon Wong) packs a stainless steel SIG-Sauer P229 Sport as his sidearm. He is briefly seen loading it just before the car he and Niobe (Jada Pinkett Smith) are riding in is rear-ended by a semi truck whose driver has changed into an Agent.
SIG-Sauer P229 Sport - 9x19mm
Ghost chambers his SIG-Sauer P229 Sport.
While making their way through the hallway of doors, the protagonists have an unexpected encounter with Agent Smith (Hugo Weaving). When Smith tells them that he "wants everything", Morpheus pulls out a Walther P99 and holds it to his head, asking if "everything" included a bullet from the gun. Before Morpheus can fire, a swarm of Smith clones burst in and overpower them. Bane (Ian Bliss) briefly tries to draw a Walther P99 on Agent Smith before being coded over by him.
Bane (Ian Bliss) briefly tries to draw a Walther P99 on Agent Smith before being coded over by him.
Smith: "...I want everything." Morpheus: "Would that include a bullet from this gun?"
Morpheus threatens Smith with the P99.
Agent Smith staring down the barrel of the Walther P99.
Morpheus is crowded by Agent Smiths. The gun appears to be a rubber prop as noted by the trigger attached to the trigger guard and that it is thrown down in the same shot.
Stevens 67 (Sawed-off)
During the meeting where the machines' plan to attack Zion is revealed, Wurm, one of the Zion rebels guarding the door is seen carrying a nickel Stevens 67 shotgun with a sawed-off barrel, black pistol grip and foregrip.
Savage/Springfield Model 67, a license built version of the Stevens 67 riot configuration - 12 gauge. The Model 67 is distinctive in that it is one of the only shotguns where the ejection port actually opens up on the side AND the top of the receiver.
Wurm holding a nickel plated, sawed-off Stevens 67 shotgun with black pistol grips. The ejection port opening extending to the top of the receiver is a clue that this is a Stevens 67 model.
Smith & Wesson 3000 Shotgun
During the meeting where the machines' plan to attack Zion is revealed, one of the Zion rebels stands guard with what appears to be a Smith & Wesson 3000 shotgun.
Smith & Wesson 3000 shotgun with black synthetic furniture and folding stock - 12 Gauge.
During the meeting where the machines' plan to attack Zion is revealed, the Zion rebel on the left stands guard with the shotgun.
Heckler & Koch UMP-45
During the freeway chase, one of the Twins (Neil and Adrian Rayment) opens fire on the protagonists with a Heckler & Koch UMP-45 fitted with a C-More red dot sight and an almost bottomless magazine. Showing no concern for innocents caught in the crossfire, he opens fire on a luckless Chevy Tahoe SUV that winds up between him and his target, causing it to flip and trigger a spectacular chain-reaction pileup.
Heckler & Koch UMP45 with C-More red dot sight - .45 ACP
Closeup of the UMP-45 being loaded by the Twin. Note his good trigger discipline.
One of the Twins fires his Heckler & Koch UMP-45 at the protagonists in their Cadillac.
The Twin fires his UMP-45.
It appears the gun is fitted with an M203-style forend and a C-More red dot sight.
The Twin firing his UMP-45.
The Twin looking very displeased at his empty UMP-45. As if the ridiculously high amount of ammunition he fired wasn't enough...
IMI Micro Uzi
Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) opens the film by diving out of a high-rise office building's window while wielding two IMI Micro Uzis, firing them at a pursuing Agent. It begs the question where she kept them though, as she is wearing an almost skintight outfit and no evidence of any carried weapons after being thrown about by an Agent just prior.
IMI Micro Uzi with bent trigger guard - 9x19mm
Trinity wielding her Micro Uzi's near the end of the film.
Trinity runs while holding her Micro Uzi's.
Closeup of Trinity's Micro Uzi's.
Trinity fires a pair of IMI Micro Uzi's while falling from a window.
While holding her Micro Uzi's, Trinity is hit by one of the Agent's rounds.
During the meeting where the machines' plan to attack Zion is revealed, one of the Zion rebels stands guard with a Calico M951 submachine gun.
During the meeting where the machines' plan to attack Zion is revealed, the Zion rebel on the right stands guards with the Calico M951
One of The Merovingian's henchmen fires an IMI Uzi at Neo (Keanu Reeves), but Neo stops the rounds in mid-air.
The henchman on the far left fires the Uzi (as delineated by the muzzle flash).
One of The Merovingian's henchmen fires an M1928 Thompson which appears to have its stock removed at Neo (Keanu Reeves), but Neo stops the rounds in mid-air.
On the near right, the ponytailed henchman fires his M1928 Thompson (as delineated by the muzzle flash).
Colt RO635 9mm SMG
One of The Merovingian's henchmen, Cain (David No) fires a Colt RO635 9mm SMG at Neo (Keanu Reeves), but Neo stops the rounds in mid-air.
Colt RO935 9mm SMG - 9x19mm
In the center, Cain fires his Colt RO635 at Neo.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
One of The Merovingian's henchmen fires a Heckler & Koch MP5K at Neo (Keanu Reeves), but Neo stops the rounds in mid-air.
Heckler & Koch MP5K with SEF trigger group 9x19mm
On the near right, the henchman in the tan coat fires her Heckler & Koch MP5K at Neo.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
One of The Merovingian's henchmen fires a Heckler & Koch MP5A3 at Neo (Keanu Reeves), but Neo stops the rounds in mid-air.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with slimline forend - 9x19mm
The henchman furthest right fires his Heckler & Koch MP5A3 at Neo. The weapon appears to have the H&K proprietary flash-hider installed.
Heckler & Koch G36K with AG36 Grenade Launcher
One of The Merovingian's henchmen fires a Heckler & Koch G36K fitted with a Heckler & Koch AG36 Grenade Launcher at Neo (Keanu Reeves), but Neo stops the rounds in mid-air.
Heckler & Koch G36K fitted with a Heckler & Koch AG36 grenade launcher 5.56x45mm/40mm
On the far left, the goateed henchman is armed with an Heckler & Koch G36K fitted with a Heckler & Koch AG36 grenade launcher in the background.
The goateed henchman on the far right fires his Heckler & Koch G36K fitted with an AG36 grenade launcher at Neo (as delineated by the muzzle flash).