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The Animatrix - Which short is your favorite?

View Poll Results: Which Animatrix short is your favorite?
Final Flight of the Osiris
52
39.39%
The Second Renaissance Part I
10
7.58%
The Second Renaissance Part II
25
18.94%
Kid's Story
9
6.82%
Program
1
0.76%
World Record
1
0.76%
Beyond
17
12.88%
Detective Story
14
10.61%
Matriculated
3
2.27%
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The Animatrix - Which short is your favorite?

 
Old 06-08-03, 01:49 PM
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Final Flight of the Osiris
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Old 06-08-03, 03:46 PM
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Definitely Final Flight of the Osiris. That asian chick is hot! (even if she is made up of 1's and 0's)
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Originally posted by fumanstan
A little confused at people who think Second Renaissance "ruined the mystery" as i didn't think there was supposed to be any mystery to the begginnings of the matrix at all. Seemed to me that it just expanded on what Morpheus already said about the war between man and machine, and the scorching of the sky. Oh well.
I can't speak for everyone, but I felt that Second Renaissance did "ruin the mystery," at least a tad, specifically because it expanded on what Morpheus already said.

In his explanation to Neo, Morpheus explained that there was much that they didn't know, including who fired first, or even why there was a war between man and machine. Second Renaissance clearly shows who fired first and why; hence the feeling that there is no more enigma, no more mystery.
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I am probably close to alone on this, but I loved the last one, Peter Chung's Matriculated. The combination of CG and 2-D hand-drawn was done so well, the trippy visuals were intriguing and beautiful to look at, and most surprisingly I actually did feel something for the machine left alone at the end. I'm glad he came into the production process late and was given free reign to express his original vision.
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