If there's one thing The Matrix Resurrections has done better than the other three films in the series, it's the satisfying exploration of Leo and Trinity's relationship.
Since the films began over two decades ago, Leo and Trinity have been significant to the story. Both Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Ann Moss played these roles again in Resurrections.
Luckily, their relationship got more attention, and it was perfect for the film's plot.
In the original movie, Trinity was one of the human fighters who helped out Neo. In Resurrections, Neo seems to be repaying the favor by saving Trinity after she is re-awakened.
This has made the story seem more romantic than was ever the case.
In The Matrix, Neo and Trinity worked beside each other, but hints of a budding romance didn't emerge till the very end when Trinity kissed Neo.
In Reloaded and Revolutions, it was clear that Neo and Trinity were a couple, but their relationship was not given the attention it has received in Resurrections.
The latest Matrix movie leaves no doubts as to the fact that Trinity and Leo are a power couple in every sense of the word. They are definitely a force to be reckoned with.
It seems that the two can't stand being apart from each other, and Neo stands by Trinity until she fully recovers her memory.
Trinity has a new power: she can fly. This helps create some of the most powerful moments for them as a couple.
When the couple jumps from a skyscraper, Trinity uses this power, and towards the end of the film, the two fly off together into the sky while holding hands.
The film has done a great job of ensuring that the story is centered on the two lovers. There is even less focus on Neo's re-awakening so that their reunion gets more attention.
None of the last three matrix films did this. Resurrections showed us the best of both Neo and Trinity, and it finally proves that they have been romantic partners who are willing to do whatever it takes for each other.