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October 31, 2010

The Matrix (10th Anniversary Edition)[Blu-Ray]


The Matrix (10th Anniversary Edition) [Blu-ray]

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When a computer hacker realizes the world is a hoax, an elaborate deception spun by machines of artificial intelligence, he is pulled into a fight to

By following up their debut thriller Bound with the 1999 box-office smash The Matrix, the codirecting Wachowski brothers–Andy and Larry–annihilated any suggestion of a sophomore jinx, crafting one of the most exhilarating sci-fi/action movies of the 1990s. Set in the not too distant future in an insipid, characterless city, we find a young man named Neo (Keanu Reeves). A software techie by day and a computer hacker by night, he sits alone at home by his monitor, waiting for a sign, a signal–from what or whom he doesn’t know–until one night, a mysterious woman named Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) seeks him out and introduces him to that faceless character he has been waiting for: Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne). A messiah of sorts, Morpheus presents Neo with the truth about his world by shedding light on the dark secrets that have troubled him for so long: “You’ve felt it your entire life, that there’s something wrong with the world. You don’t know what it is, but it’s there, like a splinter in your mind, driving you mad.” Ultimately, Morpheus illustrates to Neo what the Matrix is–a reality beyond reality that controls all of their lives, in a way that Neo can barely comprehend.

Neo thus embarks on an adventure that is both terrifying and enthralling. Pitted against an enemy that transcends human concepts of evil, Morpheus and his team must train Neo to believe that he is the chosen champion of their fight. With mind-boggling, technically innovative special effects and a thought-provoking script that owes a debt of inspiration to the legacy of cyberpunk fiction, this is much more than an out-and-out action yarn; it’s a thinking man’s journey into the realm of futuristic fantasy, a dreamscape full of eye candy that will satisfy sci-fi, kung fu, action, and adventure fans alike. Although the film is headlined by Reeves and Fishburne–who both turn in fine performances–much of the fun and excitement should be attributed to Moss, who flawlessly mixes vulnerability with immense strength, making other contemporary female heroines look timid by comparison. And if we were going to cast a vote for most dastardly movie villain of 1999, it would have to go to Hugo Weaving, who plays the feckless, semipsychotic Agent Smith with panache and edginess. As the film’s box-office profits soared, the Wachowski brothers announced that The Matrix is merely the first chapter in a cinematically dazzling franchise–a chapter that is arguably superior to the other sci-fi smash of 1999 (you know… the one starring Jar Jar Binks). –Jeremy Storey

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Customer Reviews

“visual effects are passing” 2010-10-18
By Richard B
I give it 4 stars for the visual effects only. You need to buy all 3 disks of the set to enjoy the story plot.

“I was blu-rayED away!” 2010-10-15
By Bilama
This is exactly what I wanted. A memoir for my self of the epic movie. Tenth year anniversary! It came with a little booklet too.

“Video quality much improved over DVD, but no 7.1 Audio” 2010-10-14
By Davi Yavi (Pasadena, CA United States)
I purchased the Blu-Ray version of Matrix even though I had the DVD to watch this movie in all it’s High-def goodness. I did notice the difference in the video. The details in the faces of the characters is crisp. The action sequences were stunning. This movie is visually appealing. Although the audio is uncompressed 5.1, I was hoping there was a 7.1 audio track. Even in Dolby TrueHD, I was hoping for more surround effects. Still, it’s worth the purchase. This movie was a breakthrough when it came out, and if you’re a fan, it’s definitely worth the purchase. But wait until Amazon has a sale.

“Special Effects Define It, Plot Cloudy at Best” 2010-09-22
By Loyd E. Eskildson (Phoenix, AZ.)
“The Matrix” is a science fiction tale made in 1999. It is a very popular movie among young as they encounter the riddles, myths, and quest of finding truth and the meaning of life.

Thomas Anderson (also known as Neo) is a young, handsome bachelor, living an ordinary life He is T Anderson by day, a software techie in a bland office cubicle. By night he is a computer hacker, always alone, feeling he is missing something. He waits by his home computer at night, waiting for a message, a sign of some sort. He does not know what he yearns to know. One night he is told to “follow the rabbit” – like Alice in Wonderland. He does not know what it means until some friends come to his door. He sees a rabbit tattoo on a girl’s arm and follows them to a party. A mysterious woman named Trinity seeks him out at the party and introduces him to a deep voiced, handsome, dark man named Morpheus. Morpheus sees Neo as special, the one he has been seeking, and shows him the truth about the world.

Many dark secrets are exposed as the adventure begins. Like “Alice Through the Looking Glass” welcome to ” The Matrix”, a fictional universe, full of eclectic settings, electrical pulses and charges, references to Eastern philosophy, religion, and characters that know the Matrix is not real, it is artificial reality they can manipulate with their minds.

Imagination and special effects define the movie. Laurence Fishburne aptly plays Morpheus, and Carrie-Anne Moss is a thrilling Trinity. “The Matrix” morphs into surreal science fiction and then hits “earth” again with surprises big and small.

Overall, “The Matrix” reminds me somewhat of the dream movie “Inception” made in 2010. It is a fantastic mind controlled escape movie, and the special effects define it.

“One of the best ways to test your Blu Ray player” 2010-09-17
By T. Martin (Maryland)
The DVD looked great (looks better upscaled in my Onkyo Blu Ray), but the Blu Ray is much better. Overall resolution isn’t much different, but skin tones are more natural and there’s more fine detail (especially in the shadows). The surround sound has gotten even more clear and realistic; you almost feel like your in the Matrix.

If you have a good DVD player and TV as well as a good stereo system, you probably won’t notice anything bad enough to make you want to upgrade. But if you have the equipment that can bring out the best of HD, you won’t regret moving up.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. November 12, 2010 11:36 am

    i want it

  2. November 12, 2010 5:55 pm

    Yes, The Blu-Ray and the HDTV will make your un-forget experiment in your home.
    and The matrix is the one story the good in Blu-Ray format.

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