History Anime / TheAnimatrix

16th Jun '16 3:47:49 AM Morgenthaler
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3rd Jun '16 6:40:39 AM matruz
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%%* SecretTestOfCharacter

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%%* SecretTestOfCharacter* SecretTestOfCharacter: [[spoiler:The entire point of the simulation was to test Cis' loyalty to Zion and the human race when pitted against her love for Duo]].
6th May '16 7:22:43 AM aye_amber
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->(Written by the Wachowskis, directed by Series/ShinichiroWatanabe, animation by Creator/Studio4C)

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->(Written by the Wachowskis, directed by Series/ShinichiroWatanabe, Creator/ShinichiroWatanabe, animation by Creator/Studio4C)
6th May '16 7:21:44 AM aye_amber
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->(Written by the Wachowskis, directed by ShinichiroWatanabe, animation by Creator/Studio4C)

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->(Written by the Wachowskis, directed by ShinichiroWatanabe, Series/ShinichiroWatanabe, animation by Creator/Studio4C)
4th May '16 1:33:28 PM Mullon
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* {{Expy}}: This was made by the guy who created WesternAnimation/AeonFlux, so main human character Alexa looks like, and has a similar name to, the titular [=Æ=]on Flux, and the blond scientist looks like [=Æ=]on Flux's lover Trevor Goodchild.
5th Apr '16 7:39:23 AM rafi
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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:The kid escapes. Unfortunately, he's now stuck in the real world.]]
2nd Mar '16 8:51:19 AM Nire
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* BeyondTheImpossible: In ''World Record'', Dan manages to run fast enough to cause glitches in the Matrix as it struggles to keep up with him. Even when the Matrix ''freezes the program'', it doesn't stop him for long. He even outruns ''Agents''!

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* BeyondTheImpossible: In ''World Record'', Dan manages to run fast enough to cause glitches in the Matrix as it struggles to keep up with him. Even when the Matrix ''freezes the program'', it doesn't stop him for long. He even outruns ''Agents''! ''Agents!''
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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* StarfishRobot: Gradually progresses. At first, the Machines appear human, though usually crudely so. However, as they 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 war. The first wave of Machines were older humanoid models; they quickly get wiped out, giving humanity high hopes for victory. By the end of the war, the Machines are using monstrous, tentacled horrors that can slice apart human powered armor by the dozens and carve people out of them.


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* TechnologyMarchesOn: At the end, the Machines sign their name in a barcode. Had this film been made 10+ years later, they probably would have used a [[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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* 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).
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