Corrected entry: When we see Neo walk into the Oracle's kitchen, the Oracle asks the little girl to take them to Seraph, in one particular wide shot of the room by the door there are no flowers or vase, yet when the little girl walks past Neo, flowers and a vase have appeared by the doorway. (00:24:15)
Corrected entry: Why was the Hammer the only ship capable of blowing the EMP when Zion was overrun? Where were all the other ships of Zion? (01:21:05 - 01:22:30)
Corrected entry: If you're planning on staying all the way through the credits to get a nice surprise (like in Reloaded), don't. They are awfully long, and there is no extra at the end of them.
Corrected entry: When Neo comes to the Matrix in his final fight with Smith, he sees the Matrix world as the One does (The green coding). At the end, when we see a shot through his eyes looking up at Smith, he sees the way we normally do - without the green coding. (Just by viewing the shot, it is clear that we are meant to be seeing through Neo's eyes).
Corrected entry: In the chase scene, right after the ship makes that 90 degree full power turn, they show the female pilot upside down, but behind her you can see cables dangling from bottom to top in a gravity defying manner. (01:11:10)
Corrected entry: There are many references to the first Matrix movie in this movie: signs on the subway that say "Tastee Wheat", the car that Neo, Morpheus, and Trinity are driving in after Neo is rescued is the same one used to take Neo to the Oracle, even the license plate is the same: AA034. The reflection of him looking out is also identically shot.
Corrected entry: Just before the kid shoots at the chains holding the gate, while he's on his side, in one shot, in the foreground you see the arm of the APU moving and the kid is in it, in the background. The APU's and the kid's arm movements don't match. (01:17:20)
Corrected entry: At the train station, the writing that says 'Mobil Avenue' on the wall keeps changing, from from the 3rd row of tiles from the top to the 2nd row from the top.
Corrected entry: This relates to the APUs defending Zion. Okay, I counted at least 60 APUs, during the scene where Mifune does his speech(Twelve rows of five abreast). 60 APUs, two guns per APU, makes 120. Plus, there are guns on the tower in the dock, I counted eight turrets with four barrels apiece, so another 32. Now, just estimating, the hole made by the digger is 5-10 meters across, 20-40 feet. The bullets would have to be depleted uranium 'tank-buster' shells to destroy the sentinels. My problem is this: with the number of bullets being fired into the digger entrance, how did any sentinels actually get through to Zion? I'd think the sheer number of bullets flying, plus all the shrapnel and collisions forming from sentinels being destroyed, none would get through.
Corrected entry: During the scene when Smith has cornered Seraph and Sati, you can see that Smith has had his left ear pierced. (00:32:40)
Corrected entry: In the final brawl, near the end when the two are flying above the city, after Smith flies around and hits Neo, the rain dissipates, but when Smith goes to fly Neo into the ground, all the rain that would've gone somewhere else is right there again as they fly toward the pavement. (01:47:30)
Corrected entry: In the chase scene, sentinels destroy a number of the Hammer's pods, but just before it reaches the gate, they're all active. (01:18:20 - 01:20:55)
Corrected entry: When Seraph and Sati encounter the Agent Smiths on the stairway the first time Seraph looks down the agents are empty-handed, when he looks again a fraction of a second later the Smiths now all have their guns drawn. (00:30:35)
Corrected entry: In the first movie, we see the sentinels break through the hull of Morpheus' ship in a matter of minutes. However, even though the Logos is covered with them trying to get to Gate 3, not one of them cuts the hull to get at the crew inside, even though some of them have been hanging on the exterior of the ship for quite a while.
Corrected entry: When Neo punches Agent Smith during bullet-time the raindrops seem to be "suspended" in the air as if time came to a halt. From what we've seen of bullet-time it merely slows down the shot in order to show it in a 360-degree view; it doesn't stop the action completely. So the raindrops should have still been falling, even if a lot slower.