10th Anniversary Edition
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In Movie Experience
Written Introduction by The Wachowski brothers (20 cnt.)
Philosophers Commentary by Dr. Cornel West, Ken Wilber
Critics Commentary by Todd McCarthy, John Powers, David Thomson
Cast and Crew Commentary by Carrie-Anne Moss, Zach Staenberg and John Gaeta
Composer Commentary by Don Davis with Music Only Track
The Matrix Revisited
Behind The Matrix
Making The Matrix
The Dance of the Master: Yuen Wo Ping's Blocking Tapes
The Bathroom Fight and Wet Wall
The Code of the Red Dress
The Old Exit: Wabash and Lake
But Wait- There's More
Take the Red Pills [2 selections]
Follow the White Rabbit [9 selections
The Music Revisited [41 audio tracks]
Marilyn Manson Music Video Rock is Dead
The Matrix Teaser
The Matrix Trailer
The Matrix TV Spots
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Then in the 'real world' all the ninja stuff Neo and Trinity do is still awesome action. Bullettime filming isn't innovative anymore but it still looks cool in an action movie.
The story holds up well. (On this one. The sequels didn't hold up long enough to get through the first screening the day they came out) As it's core this is still a story about the duality of consciousness and its just incredibly well put together. When Morpheus offers the red/blue pill choice...that scene still has a lot of depth to it on a psychological level.
Oh, and in HD the visuals in The Matrix just crush it. It is a whole different experience in HD. I remember getting this on DVD when it first came out and DVD players were all the rage. I couldn't believe how amazing this looked back then in 480i on a 30 inch screen with the digital DVD presentation. Not on a 60 inch 1080p screen this is visually jaw dropping.
I was nervous about rewatching this movie as it's one of my all time favorites and I haven't seen it in about 10 years. I was worried that it would seem totally cheesy now and it would ruin the memory of it. But that doesn't happen at all. It holds up very well.