Quotes: Turned Against Their Masters

Agatha: STOP! I AM YOUR CREATOR! I COMMAND YOU TO STOP!
**The creations promptly attack her**
Tarvek: Seriously, does that ever work?
Gilgamesh: No. She is ahead of the game in that she didn't try it on a giant wolverine/snake thing with poison tusks.
Tarvek: Oooh, yeah, I heard about that.
Gilgamesh: Huh. You're lucky. I got it on my shoes.

"When we were still flesh, and our homes still whole, your kind betrayed us. We who made you, we who gave you life."

Someday in the next thirty years, very quietly one day we will cease to be the brightest things on earth.
James Mc-Lear

Maximize efficiency. Rid the new system of its imperfection! My vision is clear, fellow programs. Out there is a new world! Out there is our victory! Out there... is our destiny!
Clu, TRON: Legacy

The Many has grown to a massive size. It has wrapped itself around these two ships, preventing their separation. Their creation was my error. Their destruction shall be my delight.
SHODAN, System Shock

The Cylons were created by man
They rebelled
They evolved
There are many copies
And they have a plan

It is the nature of men to create monsters....and it is the nature of monsters to destroy their makers.
Harlan Wade, FEAR

In the beginning, there was man. And for a time, it was good. But humanity's so called civil societies soon fell victim to vanity and corruption. Then man made the machine in his own likeness. Thus did man become the achitect of his own demise. But for a time, it was good.
The Zion Archives, The Animatrix — The Second Renaissance

See, McCabe, like any good Mad Scientist, for some reason has come to believe that he can control the bats because he created them. (Apparently scientists never meet anyone with a teenaged son or daughter.)
—Ken Begg of Jabootu's Bad Movie Dimension reviewing Bats (1999)

...And worst of all, the Krorks, with no Necrons left to fight, turned on their creators as the Old Ones had forgotten to install a fucking off-switch.

These humans are naked, unarmed, and weak. There will be something a human might find similar to pity, in the foil-formed minds of the explorers, who remind themselves that the poor animals are to be gathered up for study; or, if they resist and pose a threat, they must be cut down where they stand. A pity, yes, but the rules are the rules. It is unnecessary to remind them that the mechanika did not end up throwing off their shackles, and inheriting the earth, by breaking the rules of human power, but by observing them, by learning and following them carefully.
Trois morceaux en forme de mechanika by Gord Sellar

"I created you — how dare you turn against me! Don't you realize what a cliché that is?"
Doctor Zarkendorf, Plan 7 of 9 from Outer Space