Agent Smith: Mr. Anderson, welcome back. We've missed you. You like what I've done with the place?
Neo: It ends tonight.
Agent Smith: I know, I've seen it. That's why the rest of me is just going to enjoy the show, because we all know I'm the one who beats you.
At the end of the movie where the Oracle is talking to the Architect, there is a plaque on the bench she is sitting on which says "In memory of Thomas A. Anderson". See more...
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The Matrix Revolutions (2003) - 44 mistakes
There are spoilers here - unavoidable for a film with this much going on in it. You've really only got yourself to blame if you're reading this page before even seeing the film, but you have been warned...
Continuity: Sati and her family leave one suitcase when they get on the train (the one Neo was carrying), but when the train comes back and Trinity steps out, there is no suitcase. It can't have gone anywhere - as we see when Neo tries, the only way out is on the train, otherwise you're caught in a loop.
Continuity: Towards the beginning of the Super Burly Brawl scene (right after Agent Smith gets knocked down on the road), Agent Smith and Neo fly up in the air and collide with each other, causing a massive surge of water to spread out as if a bomb went off. The water then falls back down on the Agent Smith clones, who are now looking up. But if you pay close attention it seems like they are completely dry, despite the fact that they have been standing in the rain and are all soaked.
Continuity: When Smith is finally destroyed there is a wide shot and a close shot of the Oracle lying in the water filled crater. In the wide shot, there is a lot more water; her arm is completely underwater and so is half her face. In the close up, her head is almost entirely above water and her arm is visible.
Continuity: At the start, When they're running a search for Neo in the Matrix, Morpheus' arms keep switching. For example, in one of the closeups, his arms are by his side, when in the previous shot it's rested on his chin. And when that guy comes in and says 'Sir, I've got the projections,' his arms are folded.