Armitage III: Dual-Matrix

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Synonyms: Armitage: Dual-Matrix, Amiteeji the Third Gekijouban, Armitage III: Dual Matrix
Japanese: アミテージ・ザ・サード DUAL-MATRIX
French: Dual Matrix Armitage
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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jun 25, 2002
Producers: Pioneer LDC
Studios: AIC
Source: Original
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, Sci-FiSci-Fi
Theme: MechaMecha
Duration: 1 hr. 30 min.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

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Ranked: #46802
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Popularity: #4586
Members: 17,039
Favorites: 20

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Synopsis

A few years after they first met, Naomi Armitage and Ross Syllabus have started a family. Despite their normal lives, they must keep their identities a secret because many people believe that Robots do not deserve equal status with humans. Ross has an opportunity to abolish these ideas on Earth through a vote, but organizations in the shadows are working so that it doesn't happen.

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Mischook, Richard

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Akiyama, Katsuhito
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Bessho, Makoto
Director


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Apr 16, 2011
What Happens when a sequel loses the thread of the original story? To answer that question, you only have to look at this movie. The movie is an example of when they decide to make a sequel to a cyberpunk movie, influenced by the mainstream (IE GITS or the Matrix) and completely lose the 'punk' aspects.

Story

The story itself is a complete reversal of the original/Polymatrix. Now, Earth (or at least a part of it) wants the Third reproduction capabilities, when the original the Earth wanted all Thirds destroyed BECAUSE of those abilities. Add in the go-nowhere/excuse subplot of the Robot Rights bill simply to get ...
Jan 12, 2009
Armitage III Dual Matrix

With a futuristic theme and a lot of sci-fi Armitage III Dual Matrix is a must for those who like science fiction and robots. You'll get the classic Matrix style action, high tech battles and a very interesting environment.

Though a few details are left shrouded in mystery, a lot of character development does go on, making it a worth-while movie.

It does have the classic and often overused theme of a robot becoming very much like a human, but it's not sappy about it in the least. While some search for the logic that explains an event proving that humanity, which is not ...
Dec 17, 2017
Armitage III Dual Matrix

Dual Matrix feels very much like one step forward and two steps back compared to the original OVA. While on the technical side it's a large improvement I don't think there's any more fun to be had here than with the OVA.

Art/animation: I'd say this is where most of the drastic improvements took place with visual style of the anime becoming a lot more consistent. From the way the world looks to characters themselves it feels much more solid and defined. On its own it is not that amazing either since it's just a bog standard sci-fi affair with tightly packed skyscrapers ...

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