I've seen worse summaries and I've seen better ones. One main point I disagree is that it was purely the mainframe that destroyed smith. The energy seen could as well have been flown the other way - from Neo to the mainframe, couldn't it? Or even from Smith to Neo (through the mainframe). Kinda like a cellphone increases the radiation when there is a bad transmission. The mainframe destroying smith (even if through neo) seems to be a bit illogical to me as the question arises: Why couldn't it do the sam when for example the oracle was assimilated? Why did it need a human for that?LeHah said:I posted a perfectly good explaination of the Matrix movies I found on MSN on my Livejournal.
You got that right.Bandit LOAF said:If 'Empire Strikes Back' and 'Return of the Jedi' followed the same awful design as the Matrix sequels did, they'd be about Luke and company preventing people from breaking into Admiral Ackbars house instead of defeating the evil empire. And at the end the Empire would say "Well, we've still enslaved the universe, but we're going to stop trying to break into Admiral Ackbar's house!".
I'm not sure if it was changed... But the details of Matrix Online did reveal a lot about the ending of revoltuions. For example, that Zion and the Matrix would still exist and be operational.ChrisReid said:I really don't think the movie was changed in any way to cater to the game.. It'd be pretty easy to make a Matrix online game no matter how Revolutions ended.
Yeah, that was interesting, machines trying to assimilate into human society. People (as a whole) were such idiots in the Renaissance.cff said:The Animatrix did show them as pretty nice folks.