History Anime / TheAnimatrix

2nd Dec '15 8:33:43 PM Korval
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* RuleOfSymbolism: The Instructor depicts the Second Renaissance as the Machine version of Genesis, explaining the constant use of the phrase "for a time, it was good." Visuals depict the Machines holding an apple, in both endings of parts I and II: the first was a Machine Man and Woman in underwear (which they don't know is obscene in the UN, innocently holding an apple and pleading for cooperation; a sign of the innocence when the newborn Adam and Eve did not know how to cover themselves up. The second was where the Machine Ambassador signed the Instrument of Surrender, and it held an apple before it self-destructed; an acceptance of the Machine's own fall into Sin.
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* RuleOfSymbolism: The Instructor depicts the Second Renaissance as the Machine version of Genesis, explaining the constant use of the phrase "for a time, it was good." Visuals depict the Machines holding an apple, in both endings of parts I and II: the first was a Machine Man and Woman in underwear (which they don't know is obscene obscene) in the UN, innocently holding an apple and pleading for cooperation; a sign of the innocence when the newborn Adam and Eve did not know how to cover themselves up. The second was where the Machine Ambassador Ambassador, looking like [[{{StarfishRobots}} Mecha-Chthulu]], signed the Instrument of Surrender, Surrender with a barcode, and it held an apple before it self-destructed; an acceptance of the Machine's own fall into Sin.

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* RuleOfSymbolism: The Instructor depicts the Second Renaissance as the Machine version of Genesis, explaining the constant use of the phrase "for a time, it was good." Visuals depict StarfishRobot: Gradually progresses. At first, the Machines holding an apple, in both endings of parts I and II: the first was a Machine Man and Woman in underwear (which appear human, though usually crudely so. However, as they don't know is obscene become more distant from humanity, building their capital of 01, their forms start changing, gradually losing some of their human qualities. Most viciously shown in the UN, innocently holding an apple and pleading war. The first wave of Machines were older humanoid models; they quickly get wiped out, giving humanity high hopes for cooperation; a sign victory. By the end of the innocence when war, the newborn Adam Machines are using monstrous, tentacled horrors that can slice apart human powered armor by the dozens and Eve did not know how to cover themselves up. The second was where the Machine Ambassador signed the Instrument carve people out of Surrender, and it held an apple before it self-destructed; an acceptance of the Machine's own fall into Sin.them.

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* RuleOfSymbolism: The Instructor depicts TechnologyMarchesOn: At the Second Renaissance as the Machine version of Genesis, explaining the constant use of the phrase "for a time, it was good." Visuals depict end, the Machines holding an apple, sign their name in both endings of parts I and II: the first was a Machine Man and Woman in underwear (which barcode. Had this film been made 10+ years later, they don't know is obscene in the UN, innocently holding an apple and pleading for cooperation; probably would have used a sign of the innocence when the newborn Adam and Eve did not know how to cover themselves up. The second was where the Machine Ambassador signed the Instrument of Surrender, and it held an apple before it self-destructed; an acceptance of the Machine's own fall into Sin.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QR_code QR code]].
1st Oct '15 3:46:54 AM Morgenthaler
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* ArtShift: Each short has a unique art style from rotoscoping, anime and complete CGI.
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* ArtShift: Each short has a unique art style varying from rotoscoping, anime {{rotoscoping}}, {{anime}}, and [[AllCGICartoon complete CGI.CGI]].
11th Sep '15 4:01:45 AM Morgenthaler
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How Do You Like Them Apples has been deemed to be Not A Trope by the Trope Repair Shop. Examples will be moved to other tropes where appropriate.
* HowDoYouLikeThemApples: {{Invoked|Trope}} by the Machines in both parts of the Second Renaissance (right down to the negotiating robot holding an apple during the U.N. discussions).
2nd Jul '15 12:06:24 AM Azmera
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* For Want of a Nail: All this wouldn't have happened if not for B1-66ER death sentence.
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* For Want of a Nail: ForWantOfANail: All this wouldn't have happened if not for B1-66ER death sentence.
2nd Jul '15 12:03:11 AM Azmera
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* GoodColorsEvilColores: The captured machine's eyes turn from red to green after he is converted.
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* GoodColorsEvilColores: GoodColorsEvilColors: The captured machine's eyes turn from red to green after he is converted.
13th Jun '15 4:20:07 AM MasoTey
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* DerangedAnimation: The scenes within the "brainwashing" program are bizarrely inventive.

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* GoodColorsEvilColores: The captured machine's eyes turn from red to green after he is converted.
7th May '15 2:21:54 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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->(Written by the Wachowskis, directed by Mahiro Maeda, animation by Studio4C)
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->(Written by the Wachowskis, directed by Mahiro Maeda, animation by Studio4C) Creator/Studio4C)

->(Written by the Wachowskis, directed by ShinichiroWatanabe, animation by Studio4C)
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->(Written by the Wachowskis, directed by ShinichiroWatanabe, animation by Studio4C) Creator/Studio4C)

->(Written and directed by Koji Morimoto, animation by Studio4C)
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->(Written and directed by Koji Morimoto, animation by Studio4C) Creator/Studio4C)

->(Written and directed by Shinichiro Watanabe, animation by Studio4C)
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->(Written and directed by Shinichiro Watanabe, animation by Studio4C) Creator/Studio4C)
20th Mar '15 3:48:51 PM TropeLicious
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* DownerEnding: [[ForegoneConclusion The humans are assholes, and lose the war.]]
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* DownerEnding: [[ForegoneConclusion The humans are assholes, jerks to the machines, and lose the war.]]

* GodzillaThreshold: Operation Dark Storm in ''Part II''. Blocking the sun (without any means of undoing it) means the death of vegetation and phytoplankton, which destroys the foundation for most of Earth's biosphere. Humanity was willing (without any objections and second opinions) to risk a ''[[ApocalypseHow Class 4 apocalypse]]'' just to defeat the machines.
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* GodzillaThreshold: Operation Dark Storm in ''Part II''. Blocking the sun (without any apparent means of undoing it) means the death of vegetation and phytoplankton, which destroys the foundation for most of Earth's biosphere. Humanity was willing (without any objections and second opinions) to risk a ''[[ApocalypseHow Class 4 apocalypse]]'' just to defeat the machines.

* TooDumbToLive: Humanity, to a certain extent in Part II. See GodzillaThreshold.
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* TooDumbToLive: Humanity, to a certain extent in Part II. They apparently have forgotten that all the things humans need to survive ''also'' require the sun. And by blocking the sun, it means the death of vegetation and phytoplankton, which destroys the foundation for most of Earth's biosphere. Even if they had an alternative, they basically ensured their own near-extinction unless they assumed they would win inside of a week. See GodzillaThreshold.
25th Feb '15 3:51:36 PM memememememe
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A two-part story focusing on the creation of The Matrix. After the creation of AI, the machines eventually formed their own society and ''tried'' to co-exist with humans -- but were shunned for reasons of economics and prejudice. War eventually broke out and well, if you've seen the movie, you know the outcome.
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A two-part story focusing on the creation Genesis of The Matrix. After the creation of AI, the machines eventually formed their own society and ''tried'' to co-exist with humans -- but were shunned for reasons of economics and prejudice. War eventually broke out and well, if you've seen the movie, you know the outcome.

A two-part story focusing on the creation * For Want of The Matrix. After the creation of AI, the machines eventually formed their own society and ''tried'' to co-exist with humans -- but were shunned a Nail: All this wouldn't have happened if not for reasons of economics and prejudice. War eventually broke out and well, if you've seen the movie, you know the outcome.B1-66ER death sentence.

* IwoJimaPose: There's a scene where the UN soldiers pull this off. The catch is that by that point, they were losing ''badly'' to the Machines.
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* IwoJimaPose: There's a scene where the UN soldiers pull this off.a reverse of this. The catch is that by that point, they were losing ''badly'' to the Machines.

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* IwoJimaPose: There's RuleOfSymbolism: The Instructor depicts the Second Renaissance as the Machine version of Genesis, explaining the constant use of the phrase "for a scene time, it was good." Visuals depict the Machines holding an apple, in both endings of parts I and II: the first was a Machine Man and Woman in underwear (which they don't know is obscene in the UN, innocently holding an apple and pleading for cooperation; a sign of the innocence when the newborn Adam and Eve did not know how to cover themselves up. The second was where the UN soldiers pull this off. The catch is that by that point, they were losing ''badly'' to Machine Ambassador signed the Machines.Instrument of Surrender, and it held an apple before it self-destructed; an acceptance of the Machine's own fall into Sin. -->"And Man made the Machine, in his own Image and Likeness..."

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* IwoJimaPose: There's a scene where WarIsHell: The Machine War escalates to the point that the UN soldiers pull this off. scorched the sky. The catch is that by that point, they Human infantry were losing ''badly'' obviously scared shitless forcing them to resort to Stimpacks. The Machines, without the Machines.Sun, respond with ''Human Experimentation''.
21st Jan '15 1:26:00 PM LahmacunKebab
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Set in the training session of a woman named Cis, set in a Feudal Era Japan [[MeaningfulTitle program]], she enters a sparring match with partner Duo, only to find he is contemplating negotiating a return to the Matrix.
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Set in the training session of a woman named Cis, set in a Feudal Era Japan [[MeaningfulTitle [[TitleDrop program]], she enters a sparring match with partner Duo, only to find he is contemplating negotiating a return to the Matrix.
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