The Matrix Revolutions

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The Matrix Revolutions is the third and last film in the first The Matrix trilogy (see below). The film, a combination of philosophy and action like its predecessors, sought to conclude the questions raised in the previous film, The Matrix Reloaded. The film was written and directed by the Wachowski Brothers. It was released simultaneously in sixty countries on November 5, 2003.

Everything That Has A Beginning Has An End.

Neo

Do what you're here to do.
  • [after realizing it was Smith who possess Bane] It can't be.
  • [to Bane/Smith, after he is blinded] I can see you.
  • It was an honor, sir.
  • [about Smith] What is he?
  • Because I choose to.
  • It's unbelievable, Trin. Light everywhere. Like the whole thing was built of light.
  • The program Smith has grown beyond your control. He will soon spread through the city as he spread through the Matrix. You cannot stop him, but I can.
  • If that's true, then I've made a mistake and you should kill me now.
  • It ends tonight.
  • [last words] You were right, Smith. You were always right. It was inevitable.

Trinity

  • I don't have time for this shit.
  • You wanna make a deal? How about this? You give me Neo, or we all die right here, right now.
  • Time's up, Merv. What's it gonna be?
  • I wish I hadn't. That was my last thought. I wished I had one more chance to say what really mattered; to say how much I loved you, how grateful I was for every moment I was with you. But by the time I said what I wanted to, it was too late. But you brought me back. You gave me my wish. One more chance to say what I really wanted to say... Kiss me, once more. Kiss me.

The Oracle

  • Everything that has a beginning has an end. I see the end coming. I see the darkness spreading. I see death... and you are all that stands in his way.
  • And if you can't find the answer, then I'm afraid there may be no tomorrow for any of us.
  • Very soon, he is going to have the power to destroy this world. But I believe he won't stop there; he can't. He won't stop until there's nothing left at all.
  • He is you. Your opposite; your negative. The result of the equation trying to balance itself out.
  • Tonight, the future of both worlds will be in your hands, or in his.
  • Cookies need love like everything does.
  • You are a bastard.
  • Do what you're here to do.

Smith

  • Well, well, it's been a long time. I remember chasing you was like chasing a ghost.
  • Yes, true, but as you can see things are a little different now. And you must be the last Exile.
  • Really? I'm not so bad... Once you get to know me...
  • 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? [Smith smashes a plate of cookies on the table against the wall] 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 here deliberately, purposefully. Which means you are sitting there also deliberately, purposefully.
  • Cookies need love like everything does.
  • You would know, Mom.
  • I should have known he'd send his bitch first. (Bane/Smith)
  • Every time I thought we had you but you slipped into our fingers. I just can't express how aggravating that can be. (Bane/Smith)
  • Mr. Anderson. I see you are as predictable in this world as you are in the other. (Bane/Smith)
  • It might appear that way to you, but Mr. Anderson and I know that appearances can be deceiving. Confused, Mr. Anderson? It will all become clear in a moment. Thank you for bringing me the gun. (Bane/Smith)
  • Yes, shoot. Fry us. Burn us alive. (Bane/Smith)
  • Looks familiar, doesn't it? We've been here before, you and I, remember? I do. I think of nothing else. (Bane/Smith)
  • I want what you want. Yes, that's it Mr. Anderson. Look past the flesh, look through the soft gelatin of these dull cow eyes and see your enemy. (Bane/Smith)
  • Not impossible... inevitable. Goodbye, Mr. Anderson. (Bane/Smith)
  • I wish you could see yourself, Mr. Anderson. Blind messiah. You're a symbol of all your kind, Mr. Anderson. Helpless. Pathetic. Just waiting to be put out of your misery. (Bane/Smith)
  • It's not over, Mr. Anderson. It's not over. (Bane/Smith)
  • Mr. Anderson, welcome back. We missed you. Do you like what I've done with the place?
  • I know it does, and I've seen it. That's why the rest of me are just gonna enjoy the show, because we already know that I'm the one who beats you.
  • 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 is to end.
  • Why, Mr. Anderson? Why, why, why? Why do you do it? Why, why get up? Why keep fighting? Do you believe you're fighting for something, for more than your survival? Can you tell me what it is, do you even know? Is it freedom, or truth, perhaps peace, could it be for love? Illusions, Mr. Anderson, vagaries of perception. Temporary constructs of a feeble human intellect trying desperately to justify an existence that is without any 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?
  • This is my world, my world!
  • Wait. I've seen this. This is it. This is the end. Yes. You were laying right there, just like that. And I. . . I... I stand here, right here, and I'm supposed to say something. I say, "Everything that has a beginning has an end, Neo."
  • Is it over?
  • [last words] Oh, no, no, no. No, it's not fair.

Other

Mifune: If it's our time to die, then it's our time. All I ask is, if we have to give these bastards our lives, we give them hell before we do!
Deus Ex Machina: It is done.
Rama-Kandra: The Frenchman does not forget, and he does not forgive.
Merovingian: Have I told you before there is no escaping the nature of the universe? Is it that nature that has again brought you to me. When some see 'coincidence', I see 'consequence'. When others see 'chance', I see 'cost'.
Merovingian: It is remarkable how similar the pattern of love is to the pattern of insanity ...
Roland: Goddamn woman, you can drive.
Train-man: You don't get it. Down here I make the rules. Down here I make the threats. Down here ... I'm God!
Kid: Neo, I believe.
Kid: Zion, it's over! The war, it's over!

Dialogue

Neo: Is that what you're doing here?
Kamala: Rama, please
Rama-Kandra: I do not want to be cruel, Kamala. He may never see another face for the rest of his life.
Neo: I'm sorry. You don't have to answer that question.
Rama-Kandra: No. I don't mind. The answer is simple. I love my daughter very much. I find her to be the most beautiful thing I've ever seen. But where we are from, that is not enough. Every program that is created must have a purpose; if it does not, it is deleted. I went to the Frenchman to save my daughter. You do not understand.
Neo: I just have never...
Rama-Kandra: ...heard a program speak of love?
Neo: It's a... human emotion.
Rama-Kandra: No, it is a word. What matters is the connection the word implies. I see that you are in love. Can you tell me what you would give to hold on to that connection?
Neo: Anything.
Rama-Kandra: Then perhaps the reason you're here is not so different from the reason I'm here.

Neo: You know the Oracle?
Rama-Kandra: Everyone knows the Oracle. I consulted with her before I met with the Frenchman. She promised she would look after Sati after we said goodbye.
Neo: Goodbye? You're not staying with her?
Rama-Kandra: It is not possible. Our arrangement with the Frenchman was for our daughter only. My wife and I must return to our world.
Neo: Why?
Rama-Kandra: That is our karma.
Neo: You believe in karma?
Rama-Kandra: Karma's a word. Like 'love.' A way of saying 'what I am here to do.' I do not resent my karma - I'm grateful for it. Grateful for my wonderful wife, for my beautiful daughter. They are gifts. And so I do what I must do to honour them.

Neo: It's been an honor, sir.
Morpheus: No, the honor is still mine.

Neo: Who are you?
Bane: Still don't recognize me? I admit it is difficult to even think encased in this rotting piece of meat. The stink of it filling every breath, a suffocating cloud you can't escape. Disgusting. Look at how pathetically fragile it is. Nothing this weak is meant to survive.
Neo: What do you want?
Bane: I want what you want. Yes, that's it Mr. Anderson. Look past the flesh, look through the soft gelatin of these dull cow eyes and see your enemy.
Neo: No...
Bane: There is no where I can't go, there is no where I won't find you.
Neo: That's impossible.
Bane: Not impossible... inevitable. Goodbye, Mr. Anderson.

Neo: I only ask to say what I've come to say. After that, do what you want and I won't try to stop you.
Deus ex Machina: Speak.
Neo: The program Smith has grown beyond your control. Soon, he will spread through this city as he spread through the Matrix. You cannot stop him. But I can.
Deus ex Machina: We don't need you! WE NEED NOTHING!
Neo: If that's true, then I've made a mistake and you should kill me now.
Deus ex Machina: What do you want?
Neo: Peace.

Deus ex Machina: And if you fail?
Neo: I won't.

Smith: Mr. Anderson, welcome back. We missed you. Like what I've done with the place?
Neo: It ends tonight.
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.

Smith:Why, Mr. Anderson? Why do you do it? Why, why get up? Why keep fighting? Do you believe you're fighting for something, for more than your survival? Can you tell me what it is? Do you even know? Is it freedom, or truth, perhaps peace. Or could it be for love? Illusions, Mr. Anderson, vagaries of perception. Temporary constructs of a feeble human intellect trying desperately to justify it's existence that is without any 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.

Smith: Get away from me!
Neo: What are you afraid of?
Smith: It's a trick!
Neo: You were right, Smith. You were always right. It was inevitable.

The Architect: You played a very dangerous game.
The Oracle: Change always is.
The Architect: Just how long do you think this peace is going to last?
The Oracle: As long as it can. [The Architect chuckles and turns away] What about the others?
The Architect: What others?
The Oracle: The ones that want out.
The Architect: Obviously they will be freed.
The Oracle: I have your word?
The Architect: What do you think I am? Human?

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