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Matrix Revolutions (2003)


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Directors/Writers: Andy Wachowski, Larry Wachowski


Mary Alice … The Oracle
Tanveer K. Atwal … Sati
Helmut Bakaitis … The Architect
Francine Bell … Councillor Grace
Monica Bellucci … Persephone
Rachel Blackman … Charra
Henry Blasingame … Deus Ex Machina
Ian Bliss … Bane
Collin Chou … Seraph
Laurence Fishburne … Morpheus
Nona Gaye … Zee
Peter Lamb … Colt
Nathaniel Lees … Mifune
Harry Lennix … Lock
Robert Mammone … AK
Carrie-Anne Moss … Trinity
Tharini Mudaliar … Kamala
Robyn Nevin … Councillor Dillard
Harold Perrineau … Link
Jada Pinkett Smith … Niobe
Keanu Reeves … Neo
Kevin Michael Richardson … Deus Ex Machina (voice) (as Kevin M. Richardson)
Bruce Spence … Trainman
Gina Torres … Cas
Clayton Watson … Kid
Hugo Weaving … Agent Smith
Cornel West … Councillor West
Bernard White … Rama-Kandra
Lambert Wilson … Merovingian
Anthony Brandon Wong … Ghost (as Anthony Wong)
Anthony Zerbe … Councillor Hamann

It is a dark time for the world. Neo is trapped in the “Train Station”, between the Matrix and the Source. Zion is doomed to be crushed under an unstoppable army of countless Sentinels. But it is not only the human race that is in peril. The machines press ever onward against the humans, unaware that one force within the Matrix has slowly been growing, and has taken over that world completely: Smith. There is only one hope for both races, the one force that can stop Smith, and that is Neo. One final battle must ensue. And the outcome of this battle will decide the fate and future of both races.

Agent Smith: “Mr. Anderson. Welcome back, we missed you.”
[Agent Smith pauses and looks around at the multitude of clones he has created] Agent Smith: “Like what I’ve done with the place?”
Neo: “It ends tonight.”
Agent Smith: “I know it does, I’ve seen it. That’s why the rest of me is just going to enjoy the show because we already know that I’m the one that beats you.”

Sati: “The Oracle told me about you.”
Agent Smith: “Really? What did she say about me?”
Sati: “That you were a bad man.”
Agent Smith: “Oh, I’m not so bad, once you get to know me”

Agent Smith: “Why, Mr. Anderson? Why do you do it? Why get up? Why keep fighting? Do you believe you’re fighting for something? For more that your survival? Can you tell me what it is? Do you even know? Is it freedom? Or truth? Perhaps peace? Yes? No? Could it be for love? Illusions, Mr. Anderson. Vagaries of perception. The temporary constructs of a feeble human intellect trying desperately to justify an existence that is without meaning or purpose. And all of them as artificial as the Matrix itself, although only a human mind could invent something as insipid as love. You must be able to see it, Mr. Anderson. You must know it by now. You can’t win. It’s pointless to keep fighting. Why, Mr. Anderson? Why? Why do you persist?”
Neo: “Because I choose to.”

Agent Smith: “Can you feel it Mr. Anderson? Closing in on you? Oh I can, I really should thank you after all. It was, after all, it was your life that taught me the purpose of all life. Purpose of life is to end.”

The Oracle: “You are a bastard.
Agent Smith: “You would know, Mom.”

Agent Smith: “The great and powerful Oracle. We meet at last. I suppose you’ve been expecting me, right? The all-knowing Oracle is never surprised. How can she be, she knows everything. But If that’s true, then why is she here? If she knew I was coming, why didn’t she leave?[sweeps plate of cookies off table]”
Agent Smith: “Maybe you knew I was going to do that, maybe you didn’t. If you did, that means you baked those cookies and set that plate right there deliberately, purposefully. Which means you’re sitting there also deliberately, purposefully.”
Oracle: “What did you do with Sati?”
Agent Smith/Sati: “Cookies need love like everything does.”

Agent Smith: “It isn’t fair!”