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The #1 requested film on HD is now here! The Complete Matrix Trilogy presents the complete adventures of machine battling truth-seekers Neo (Keanu Reeves) Trinity (Cary-Anne Moss) and Morpheus (Lurence Fishburne) in all three of the Wachowski's ground-breaking monumental sci-fi feature films. This collection features all three films in Hi-def and includes exclusive In Movie Experience (IME). These are the ultimate films for the ultimate hi-def format!Running Time: 403 min.Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: ACTION/ADVENTURE UPC: 085391159742 Manufacturer No: 115974
The first is the best of the trilogy, but still nice to have the entire collection in one single package.Published 6 days ago by Douglas L. Rickenback II
If you are a Matrix fan you will love the sharpness of Blue Ray - and have a chance to see some things you missed before. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Paul Kemp
Been wanting to add this to my collection for quite a while. Now I can watch the whole series at once, without commercials!Published 8 days ago by Alan R. Vance
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|HD-DVD/Blu-Ray vs. Superbit?||
No, Blu-Ray and HD are far superior formats. I owned two superbit films. One was Resident Evil and the other was The Fifth Element. They both looked and sounded really good in thier day, but that technology is outdated.
May 31, 2007 by K. Napier | See all 9 posts
|what's the difference of this set and "the Ultimate Matrix Collection"?||
the extras included in the Ultimate Matrix collection aer about 10 hours long!!
However, be advised that these are the same which were already included in the ultimate matric collection released on standard DVD a few years ago.
Another reason maybe to order the cheaper HDDVD is that the... Read More
May 26, 2007 by J Muz | See all 5 posts
|Matrix HD DVD Compatible||
I would also like an answer to this question please!
I live in australia and own an xbox360hddvd player. This matrix HDDVD set is not yet available in my country.
I would like to purchase from amazon.com
May hddvds are region free - planet earth for example, and every dvd i have purchased here... Read More
Oct 15, 2007 by B0Selecta | See all 4 posts
|Studios to Support HD DVD!||
You are also talking a lot of nonsense and your arguments make no sense. There are very good and professional comparisons of Blu-Ray and HD-DVD which clearly shows as a result: There are no big technical differences. The arguments about TrueHD and higher bandwidth may be true but are no relevant.... Read More
Apr 5, 2007 by Mabuse | See all 14 posts