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This review is from: The Ultimate Matrix Collection [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)
Well I thought I would repeat what others have said in case someone is still having doubts about it. If you are a fan of the Matrix there's no reason not to buy this one.
Video - 4.9/5 The quality is just great, and it looks impressive and far superior to any other format, period. The only reason I'm not giving it 5/5 is because there are some points where you can notice some insignificant details due to the source material, not the transfer itself.
Audio - 5/5 True HD audio is beyond amazing, if you had this on DVD you'll be blown away even if you are listening to it using headphones. And if you have a decent sound system you'll simply toss your DVDs to the recycle bin and never look back faster than you can say "I know Kung Fu".
Aditional Features - 4.5/5 Many people don't like digital copy only for the first movie, and while they have a point you wont really notice the loss once you watch the Blu-ray movies. Besides, that's just icing to the cake, so you'll probably be better off with a portable DVD player/laptop (and your old movies if you didn't toss them to the trash by then)for those cases anyway.
And the rest of the features is very complete with the only "complain" being about the 480p DVD format content. Which anyone who has watched it will probably agree that isn't even a loss considering you'll only watch them once or twice (specially compared to the 100 times you'll watch the BD movies.)
Long story short it's worth it, big time. Just make sure you have a display that makes these movies justice and at least a decent sound system.
You'll thank yourself. d(^^d)
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Initial post: Dec 24, 2010 1:30:37 PM PST
In reply to an earlier post on Dec 25, 2010 7:10:55 PM PST
Just because a movie is on Blu-Ray doesn't mean it is of primo quality. Original print quality and transfer quality are the real issues.
Just because you transferred your grandmother's 78 RPM Victrola records to CD doesn't mean they'll sound good...
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