Matrix 3 Officially titled...

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  1. Jason Quillen

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  2. David Ely

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    Wasn't this announced a long time ago?
     
  3. Glenn Overholt

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    Yes, just after the title announcement for #2.
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  4. Jason Quillen

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    Was it? Sorry, I hadn't heard about it.
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    Jason, don't. This is the internet, and even in just the HTF, it's hard to keep up.
    As for the titles, I think they are very revealing as to the plots. Anybody want to guess?
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  7. Jason Quillen

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    Just in a sentance? Matrix Reloaded sees the comeback and sucess of the Agents (with some new updated Matrix), then Matrix Revolutions is the sucess of Neo and all his buddies --> revolutions ensue and the matrix is defeated.
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    Thats probably what will happen, but I really hope not. They might as well call them 'The Agents Strike Back' and 'Return Of The One' and be done with it in that case.
     
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    Damn, thats seriously funny
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    Err Glenn. "Jason, don't" what? [​IMG]
    I have to say they're pretty awful titles. They can be slightly redeemed if they're not The Matrix II: The Matrix Reloaded, etc. as subtitles look a bit silly, IMO.
    On the other hand The Matrix Revolutions sounds like a 70's disco...
    I'd always assumed the plan was to rip off the Anakin Skywalker story and have Neo go all bad in the next film and then redeem him in the third.
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    I think The Matrix should have been called The Array, the second one should be called The Matrix, and the third one should be called The Determinant.
     
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    Right, Michael. Just here at the HTF, there are so many threads. Some last for what seems like ages, and others vanish in a 'poof'. I had planned on avoiding answering, but David got me going.
    So, they're going to reload the program. Why even bother? If it is just a reload it is going to have the same problems as the program in (1) did. Maybe he'll have a huge deja vu in the beginning, and in the reloading, there should be a point in time where there wouldn't be any program at all. Maybe he'll use that 'hole' to do something? (Sorry, I got lost) [​IMG] But if they did do 'fixes' for it later, (like with the cat), then there should be even more 'holes' in it, right?
    Anyway, I can't wait for both of them.
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