Bane is the name of a character in the films Matrix Reloaded and its sequel, Matrix Revolutions. In the former, he was overwritten by Agent Smith when he developed the power to duplicate himself. Bane then leaves the Matrix, still having the appearance of Bane but the mind of Smith. He remains incognito until Matrix Revolutions when he murders his carer, Maggie and is involved in a fight with Neo. Bane burns Neo's eyes out after he realises who he really is. Bane is destroyed soon afterwards. The Matrix Reloaded is the second installment of the Matrix series, written by the Wachowski brothers and released by Warner Bros. ... The Matrix Revolutions is the third film in the Matrix trilogy. ... From www. ... The Matrix Revolutions is the third film in the Matrix trilogy. ... Neo is the name of the central fictional character from the movie The Matrix and its sequels The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions. ...
The name Bane means "nemesis". Several of the names in The Matrix series of movies and stories have additional meanings. ...
Trinity is the central female fictional character in The Matrix universe, played by actress Carrie-Anne Moss in the films The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions and in the film segments of The Matrix: Path of Neo.
Carrie-Anne Moss as Trinity in The Matrix Reloaded
Throughout The Matrix Reloaded, Neo finds himself with troubling visions (while still in the real world—Neo's powers aren't exclusive to within the Matrix as shown later in Reloaded) of Trinity falling to her death after being chased out the window of a tall building by Agents.
It turns out that the world which Neo has inhabited since birth, the Matrix, is an illusory simulated reality construct of the world of 1999, developed by the machines to keep the human population docile whilst they are connected to generators and their energy is harvested.
Viewers would know whether a character or situation was being played out within the Matrix if central characters were wearing their characteristically dark clothing, complete with sunglasses that would be of little use in the sunless realm of the real world.
The character of the Oracle is strongly similar to that of the Oracle of ancient Greek legend.
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