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16th May '16 3:33:44 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheMeaningOfLife: Near the end, Agent Smith lectures Neo.
-->'''Agent Smith:''' Can you feel it Mr. Anderson? Closing in on you. Oh, I can. I really should thank you for it, after all, it was your life that taught me the purpose of all life. The purpose of life... [[StrawNihilist is to end]].
7th May '16 11:49:01 AM Mullon
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* FauxAffablyEvil: Smith pretends to be nice to Sati when he meets her, which just makes him look like more of a jerk.
7th May '16 11:28:30 AM Mullon
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* CreatureHunterOrganization: Captian Mifune's [[MiniMecha Armored Personnel Unit]] equipped squadron, capable of dual-wielding guns big enough to take down the Sentinels. being the main line of defense due to being specially equipped to fight Sentinels.

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* CreatureHunterOrganization: Captian Mifune's [[MiniMecha Armored Personnel Unit]] equipped squadron, capable of dual-wielding guns big enough to take down the Sentinels. being Sentinels, is the main line of defense due to being specially equipped to fight Sentinels.


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* HitStop: Neo punching Smith in the face provides the TropeImage.


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* IgnoredEpiphany: When Smith is about to finish Neo off he remembers that he had a vision which looked just like the situation he's currently in, and briefly considers that he might be getting played. But Smith lets his hatred of Neo override his doubt and [[spoiler: assimilates him anyway.]]
6th May '16 8:45:56 PM Mullon
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* MexicanStandoff: Trinity gets into one with the Merovingian's thugs when she gets tired of listening to his crap.

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* MexicanStandoff: In a memorable moment, Morpheus, Seraph, and [[ViolentlyProtectiveGirlfriend Trinity]] confront the Merovingian at his nightclub to secure freedom for a limbo-ridden Neo. There were easily at least 20 people involved. When the Merovingian demands "the eyes of the Oracle" in return, Trinity gets into one decides she doesn't have time for this shit and points a gun at his head. Merovingian calls off the standoff with no bloodshed after he realizes that the Merovingian's thugs when she gets tired of listening trio aren't going to his crap.back down.
21st Mar '16 9:42:03 AM nighttrainfm
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* CallBack: In the first movie, Smith noted that "Thomas Anderson" helped his landlady carry out her garbage. Neo offers to carry Rama Kandra's luggage for him, as he's looking for a convenient excuse to get on the train with them.

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In the first movie, Smith noted that "Thomas Anderson" helped his landlady carry out her garbage. Neo offers to carry Rama Kandra's luggage for him, as he's looking for a convenient excuse to get on the train with them.them.
** After Smith's defeat, the Matrix resetting itself causes a black cat to disappear and reappear. Deja vu.
4th Mar '16 7:47:39 AM futureguy
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* EyeScream: The fight between Neo and Bane/Smith. When the EMP beam goes awry and cuts a power cable, [[spoiler:Smith jams it into Neo's face, ''effectively melting his eyes.'']]

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* EyeScream: The fight between Neo and Bane/Smith. When the EMP beam plasma rifle goes awry and cuts a power cable, [[spoiler:Smith jams it into Neo's face, ''effectively melting his eyes.'']]
18th Jan '16 2:58:57 AM aye_amber
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17th Dec '15 6:37:58 PM Arivne
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* VehicleVanish: The Trainman disappears behind a train this way near the beginning of the movie. {{Justified}}, as he's a computer program that runs the virtual train station, giving him nigh-omnipotence.
13th Nov '15 1:05:42 PM eroock
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The third film in ''Franchise/TheMatrix'' franchise -- '''''The Matrix Revolutions''''' -- follows up directly from the previous film (as the Wachowskis filmed ''[[Film/TheMatrixReloaded Reloaded]]'' and ''Revolutions'' back-to-back). As the machines reach humanity's real world stronghold and begin their assault, Neo attempts to defeat Agent Smith -- who has all but taken over the Matrix -- and end the war altogether.

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The third film in ''Franchise/TheMatrix'' franchise -- '''''The ''The Matrix Revolutions''''' Revolutions'' -- follows up directly from the previous film (as the Wachowskis filmed ''[[Film/TheMatrixReloaded Reloaded]]'' and ''Revolutions'' back-to-back). As the machines reach humanity's real world stronghold and begin their assault, Neo attempts to defeat Agent Smith -- who has all but taken over the Matrix -- and end the war altogether.
19th Oct '15 6:23:03 AM dmcreif
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* DeusExMachina: A rather [[LampshadeHanging self-aware]] use of the trope is used to resolve the plot at the end. [[spoiler: Neo proposes a plan to end the war by traveling to Zero One to offer his help in killing Smith in exchange for peace. The god-like supercomputer who rules the machines--who has never been mentioned before this point--agrees, and forces the Sentinels to break off their attack just as they're about to destroy Zion. The supercomputer's name [[AllThereInTheScript (according to the end credits)]]? "Deus ex Machina"--a literal and figurative "God from the Machine".]]
* DisabilitySuperpower: Near the end [[spoiler: Neo is blinded by Bane, a human who has been taken over by Neo's rival Agent Smith. However he still manages to overpower and kill him due to his powers as [[TheChosenOne the One]]: he can see data and machinery as glowing yellow light. This appears to also include humans who have been possessed by programs. It also happens only in the real world; while in the Matrix, Neo's body still posses normal eyes and vision]].

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* DeusExMachina: A rather [[LampshadeHanging self-aware]] use of the trope is used to resolve the plot at the end. [[spoiler: Neo proposes a plan to end the war by traveling to Zero One to offer his help in killing Agent Smith in exchange for peace. The god-like supercomputer who rules the machines--who has never been mentioned before this point--agrees, and forces the Sentinels to break off their attack just as they're about to destroy Zion. The supercomputer's name [[AllThereInTheScript (according to the end credits)]]? "Deus ex Machina"--a literal and figurative "God from the Machine".]]
* DisabilitySuperpower: Near the end [[spoiler: Neo is blinded by Bane, a human who has been taken over by Neo's rival Agent Smith. However he still manages to overpower and kill him due to his powers as [[TheChosenOne the One]]: he can see data and machinery as glowing yellow light. This appears to also include humans who have been possessed by programs. It also happens only in the real world; while in the Matrix, Neo's body residual self-image still posses has normal eyes and vision]].
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