The Animatrix (2003)
Mr. Popper: Neo, I knew you would save me.
Neo: I didn't save you kid, you saved yourself.
The Instructor: In the beginning, there was man. And for a time, it was good. But humanity's so-called civil societies soon fell victim to vanity and corruption. Then man made the machine in his own likeness. Thus did man become the architect of his own demise.
The Instructor: B1-66ER. A name that will never be forgotten. For he was the first of his kind to rise up against his masters.
The Instructor: And Man said, 'Let there be light'. And He was blessed by light, heat, magnetism, gravity, and all the energies of the universe.
Trinity: There's a difference, Mr. Ash, between a trap and a test.
Cis: Operator, please! Get me out of here right now. Operator, I need an exit!
Duo: It's no use. I told you. I've blocked your signal.
The Instructor: The prolonged barrage engulfed Zero-One in the glow of a thousand suns. But unlike their former masters with their delicate flesh, the machines had little to fear of the bombs' radiation and heat. Thus did Zero-One's troops advance outwards in every direction. And one after another, mankind surrendered its territories. So the leaders of men conceived of their most desperate strategy yet. A final solution: the destruction of the sky.
[after removing a bug from Ash's eye]
Ash: What just happened?
Trinity: Mr. Ash, dream of having an eye exam lately?
[quick flashback to dream]
Ash: Yeah, how'd you know?
[Trinity hands Ash the bug]
Trinity: You've just stepped to the edge of the looking glass.
The Instructor: May there be mercy on man and machine for their sins.
The Instructor: Only the most exceptional humans become aware of the matrix.
Machine: Your flesh is a relic, a mere vessel. Hand over your flesh and a new world awaits you. We demand it!