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Did You Know?
The end scene in the first Matrix film when 'Wake Up' by Rage Against the Machine is playing and Neo flies into the air is the same intersection that is used in the third film for the scene when Agent Smith and Neo slam into the ground causing a crater. If you look closely, you can see the phone booth Neo used to make his call go flying as Smith and Neo crash into the ground.
- Submitted by Matthew Kellar