History Anime / TheAnimatrix

20th Jun '17 8:23:07 AM Mikedem2
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* CallForward: When the Kid [[spoiler: wakes up in the real world, Neo tells him "I didn't save you, kid. You saved yourself." just like he does in ''The Matrix Reloaded''.]]


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* AGlitchInTheMatrix: Quite literally, it takes the form of an abandoned house where the laws of physics and reality are in flux.


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* BookEnds: "The case to end all cases..."


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* HowWeGotHere: The short begins and ends with [[spoiler: Ash dying on the train.]]
20th Jun '17 8:11:39 AM Mikedem2
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* FreezeFrameBonus: The peace treaty signed at the end of the war uses the exact same text as the Japanese Instrument of Surrender from World War 2, with "Machine Powers" replacing "Allied Powers" and "Human" replacing "Japanese"[[http://matrix.wikia.com/wiki/Instrument_of_Surrender]].

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* FreezeFrameBonus: The peace treaty signed at the end of the war uses the exact same text as the Japanese Instrument of Surrender from World War 2, but with "Machine Powers" replacing "Allied Powers" and "Human" replacing "Japanese"[[http://matrix.wikia.com/wiki/Instrument_of_Surrender]].


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* RobotWar: In all it's glorious, horrific detail.
20th Jun '17 8:09:08 AM Mikedem2
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* FreezeFrameBonus: The peace treaty signed at the end of the war uses the exact same text as the Japanese Instrument of Surrender from World War 2, with "Machine Powers" replacing "Allied Powers" and "Human" replacing "Japanese"[[http://matrix.wikia.com/wiki/Instrument_of_Surrender]].
20th Jun '17 7:52:29 AM Mikedem2
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** "The machines, having long studied man's simple protein based bodies, dispensed great misery upon the human race". Que shots of a massive field hospital full of human soldiers rotting away from biological weapons, being held together by bandages and life support tubes.


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* LaserGuidedKarma: All of the atrocities mankind inflicts upon the Machines in Part one are paid back (with interest) in Part two.


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* NukeEm: The first attack of the war is a massive nuclear bombardment of 01 by the UN air force (it doesn't work). Later in the war, as the human armies are being overrun by machines, they desperately drop nukes on top of their own troops [[TakingYouWithMe to try to slow their advance]].
23rd May '17 9:29:01 AM Jan_z_Michal
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* BlownAcrossTheRoom: [[spoiler:Cis punches Kaiser so hard he ends up on a floor, few steps away. What makes it ''really'' stand out is the fact she did it in real world and not inside simulation]].
22nd May '17 4:41:31 PM MotleyEthos
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* {{Fandisservice}}: There are several instances of frontal nudity, and none are under pleasant circumstances. That includes a SexBot who thinks she's a real person, getting beaten to "death" by a gang of people with sledgehammers.

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* {{Fandisservice}}: There are several instances of frontal nudity, and none are under pleasant circumstances. That This includes a SexBot who thinks she's a real person, getting gyroid whose breasts are exposed as she is beaten to "death" death by a gang of people men with sledgehammers.
26th Apr '17 9:07:33 AM IronBrig4
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* BodyHorror: Machines physically rip soldiers from their powered armor, and don't necessarily leave them intact. Also, the machines don't seem to mind vivisecting people for experiments while they're still alive.
23rd Mar '17 8:13:10 AM leonardd
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* UnreliableNarrator: To a point. There are scenes that make one wonder whether they even happened, let alone whether Instructor is as trustworthy and unbiased as she purports to be. Though it could be justified in that the Zion Mainframe might be simply filling in the blanks based on the files.
11th Jan '17 2:38:18 PM ThePest179
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* PerspectiveFlip

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* PerspectiveFlipPerspectiveFlip: While the three movies of the main series are focused on the perspective of humanity, these two shorts show things from the machines' point-of-view.



* DrivenToMadness: The last detective to work on the case went absolutely nuts.
* DrivenToSuicide: One of the previous detectives that tried to find Trinity ended up killing himself.



%%* OneLastSmoke
* SexyBacklessOutfit: Trinity

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%%* OneLastSmoke
* OneLastSmoke: [[spoiler: Ash smokes a cigarette after being shot by Trinity, pointing his gun at the approaching Agents.]]
* SexyBacklessOutfit: Trinity wears one.
11th Jan '17 11:45:14 AM jjjj2
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** A particularly blatant example is the narrator saying that the humans blocked out the Sun in an attempt to defeat the machines, unwittingly resulting in their own extermination. But the ''machines'' barely gain anything from the Sun, as they have other power sources, while the ''humans'' die off en masse without sunlight since all their crops die and famine ensues. Which makes one wonder why the humans would even do that. Applying even the most basic logic makes it blatantly obvious that the party that would benefit most from this move would ''be'' the machines, and thus that the most likely explanation is that contrary to what the narrator said they did so themselves, in order to ensure the near complete genocide of humanity. [[BlatantLies However, the narrator continually insists that humanity essentially exterminated themselves.]]
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