Yeah, I think that's whats going on. Very interesting how the W brothers have set this up: Is Smith in the "real world" to find a way to get Neo, or is he there to kill every human, or is he there to become human in order defy and destroy the Matrix? Further, nice juxtaposition on the final shot with Neo and Smith ("Bane") in the infirmary - remember, Neo has a "piece" of Smith in him, and Smith has a "piece" of Neo in him. Will be interesting to see how this plays out in Revolutions.Jessie-J said:But why was he cutting himself? Was that just to show he was in a human body?
I agree. There was so much happening at the end, that it was way too much to take in: The role of the Keymaster, the Architect (Colonel Sanders), the "death" of Niobe (you did see the Revolutions trailer after the credits, right?), Neo's "choice," the supposed destruction of Zion (which happened off-camera) with Smith (Bane) as the only survivor (riiiight...), Neo's "resurrection" of Trinity, and the development of new powers for Neo. Lots to off loose ends to be resolved in Revolutions.nerudite said:Overall I think it was pretty boring toward the beginning then got really interesting toward the end, and then I was a little let down at the chopped ending.
I don't like him either... but the beauty of the Matrix 1 & 2 is that he barely talks... so you can kind of forget that he's a dolt.Tranplanner said:I love SF, but the Matrix series never really interested me. I just can't stand Keanu Reeves...
Yeah, Animatrix really did complete Reloaded for me. Seemed a great way to continue the story untill revolutions comes out. Its kinda hard to pick a favortie out of the Animatrix though...I liked them all, bu tit has been a while since I've seen it.nerudite said:Has anyone watched Animatrix yet? It's way cool (and the second movie makes more sense after having seen the Animatrix).