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The Complete Matrix Trilogy [HD DVD] [1999] at Amazon £15.97 Delivered!

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One of the most requested films on HD has arrived! The Complete Matrix Trilogy presents all three of the Wachowski's ground-breaking sci-fi feature films in HD format, featuring machine battling truth-seekers Neo (Keanu Reeves), Trinity (Cary-Anne Moss) and Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne). This collection features all three films in High Definition, includes exclusive In-Movie Experience (IME), and comes with audio commentary, music video and other special features. The Matrix is what HD was made for, so prepare yourself for eye-popping picture quality and phenomenal sound.
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#1
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Synopsis
Three features. With THE MATRIX, the Wachowskis have established themselves as innovative filmmakers who push the boundaries of live-action films. Like the groundbreaking STAR WARS, THE MATRIX (also the first film of a trilogy) showcases a unique visual style, one the Wachowskis achieved through an array of techniques and digital effects, some never before seen in mainstream Hollywood films. Although computer morphing technology had been used before in films such as THE ABYSS and TERMINATOR 2, the Wachowskis were the first to use 'bullet time,' a time-bending digital effect that utilises both computer-generated imagery and still photography. The film itself is a complex story that aspires to mythology, focusing on a computer hacker named Neo (Keanu Reeves) who searches for the truth behind the mysterious force known as the Matrix. He finds his answer with a group of strangers led by the charismatic Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne). What they encounter in confronting that truth makes for a lightning-paced, eye-popping thrill ride of a movie. Packed with stunning fight scenes (choreographed by accomplished Hong Kong director Yuen Wo-Ping), astonishing visual effects, quotable lines, and a terrific supporting cast (led by Carrie-Anne Moss, in her first major Hollywood film), THE MATRIX is a bold triumph that raises the bar for all science fiction films. Also includes THE MATRIX RELOADED and MATRIX REVOLUTIONS.
#2
Decent price. :thumbsup:
It seems strange that they call this set the "Complete Matrix Trilogy" :? I'd expect "complete" to mean the Animatrix was included (it isn't).
#3
Because then it wouldn't be a Trilogy.
#4
co004
Because then it wouldn't be a Trilogy.

IMO The Matrix trilogy is not 'complete' without the Animatrix. ;-)
#5
not a bad price... managed to get this for £14.24 from play.com before quidco!
#6
It's ok.
£14.99 in store at Gamestation (out of stock online http://www.gamestation.co.uk/product.asp?id=DAP0300)
I got mine as part of the HD-drive + "2" HD disk thing for £24.99 - but obviously I only got the one box set rather than 2 titles.
#7
Does anyone know if this is 25fps or 24fps? I know that BluRay are all 24fps, but DVDs in England are 25fps, i.e. 4% faster than in cinemas.

So which is this one? Thanks.
#8
Leica;2345977
Does anyone know if this is 25fps or 24fps? I know that BluRay are all 24fps, but DVDs in England are 25fps, i.e. 4% faster than in cinemas.

So which is this one? Thanks.


does it matter? and wiki/google it
#9
Leica
Does anyone know if this is 25fps or 24fps? I know that BluRay are all 24fps, but DVDs in England are 25fps, i.e. 4% faster than in cinemas.

So which is this one? Thanks.


Geek
banned#10
gary_rip
does it matter? and wiki/google it


I was thinking the same thing. What difference does it make if its 4% faster........ :?
#11
24fps makes a hell of a difference on a large 1080p screen, as far as im aware all hidef content if distributed at 24fps
#12
good price managed to get this the other week @ 15 quid well worth it
#13
foulone
24fps makes a hell of a difference on a large 1080p screen, as far as im aware all hidef content if distributed at 24fps


correct

this set is 24fps as are all HDDVD's and Blurays i've ever seen
#14
guitargaz
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And proud of it! Now I am off to watch my Star Trek episodes once more....
#15
Bought this the other week from a different deal.....

received and then watched all three back to back.....:oops:

the missus was away that night.....:-D
#16
matdey
Bought this the other week from a different deal.....

received and then watched all three back to back.....:oops:

the missus was away that night.....:-D


lol nice
i just watched first series of 24
did about 6 episodes a day gripping stuff
cant wait to see the next series now
i got my harry potter hd-dvds to watch also
dno if im feeling watching them back to back lol
#17
ranjadaganja
I was thinking the same thing. What difference does it make if its 4% faster........ :?


Wish i had watched the 2nd and 3rd matrix 4 times faster as they were absolute ( * ) :whistling:
#18
Leica
And proud of it! Now I am off to watch my Star Trek episodes once more....


LOL
#19
JBAUERBEATSJBOND
Wish i had watched the 2nd and 3rd matrix 4 times faster as they were absolute ( * ) :whistling:


yes
jack bauer is a beast lol ^ ^ as above just watched first series of 24 good stuff!
#20
GOOD DEAL VOTED Hot, had a £2.50 voucher as well so got it down to £13.47! Bargain!
#21
pity the matrix 2 and 3 were tripe...............
#22
£14.99 in gamestation ive just been in there and my local store had loads.
#23
DarkForce
GOOD DEAL VOTED Hot, had a £2.50 voucher as well so got it down to £13.47! Bargain!


Can't quite match that ... got mine for £13.59 with VAT knocked off including next day delivery :thumbsup:
#24
cats
pity the matrix 2 and 3 were tripe...............


Agreed
#25
Are 2 and 3 still as bad in HD? I draw a parallel with the POTC movies, got progressively worse as they went along.

And to think the 1st one was ace!

Gotta get one still :thumbsup:
#26
guitargaz
Geek



Actuall yin his defence is does make a difference some 1080p plasmas have issues with line scanning
#27
Would Animatrix really look better in HD-DVD?
#28
cats
pity the matrix 2 and 3 were tripe...............


Agreed. Animatrix is the next best 'installment' after the original. Still some good action scenes on 2 and 3. :)

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