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    The Matrix Reloaded (2003) and The Matrix Revolutions (2003)

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    • Agent Smith goes from malware to body snatcher and ends up in the real world.  He can’t stand being flesh and blood and explores his new host by cutting himself.  Neo and the others are leaving Zion while Smith in Bane’s body is shown cutting the palm of his hand with a knife.  These cuts are referenced in The Matrix Revolutions when Bane/Smith is being questioned about the possible sabatoge of other ships by an insider.

      Personal opinion: these movies aren’t so good.  If you’re only interested in seeing the SI, find the scenes on YouTube or something.  They’re both very short.

      Other notes: Lots of gun violence in this film series.  Obnoxious sexual content in the second film.  Shaky murder condoning moral philosophy.  May offend some.

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