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post Jun 7 2003, 05:42 PM
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I picked up a copy of the Animatrix yesterday. I finally finished watching it all today and man, it is groovy! It's quite the mix of animation styles and storylines. All of them were very well done and definately worth the watch if you're a Matrix fan. My favorite was "A Detective's Story" which has a cameo with Trinity in it. beigebigrazz.gif The last one on the DVD, entitled "Matriculated" is really awesome and quite disturbing. o.O I think the DVD has some DVD-Rom features as well... but I don't have those capabilities. All in all, this collection of short films really rocks. Pick it up if you get the chance. ;-)

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post Jun 19 2003, 10:42 AM
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I really really enjoyed The Second Renaissance.
It was great to see how arrogant the humans were (are), only to get theirs in the end.
The robots will prevail!
And, the story is actually believeable. I can really see that scenerio happening. One day, very soon, those machines that build cars are going to rise up and weld the crap out of the people at a Ford plant.

Funny - I haven't seen Reloaded yet, so when we watched the Osris one, we were like, "what the hell?" The story just kinda starts and then ends! And she gets shot!! It was only until later, after talking to someone who has seen both, did they tell me about the connection.

I also really like The Kid. The artwork was great. It even stood on it's own. Just as a short piece. It didn't need the other movies to have it make sense.

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