A computer programmer is mankind's last chance for survival against the machines that generated a computer based reality in which we all live. Neo (Keanu Reeves) tries to live up to his calling as the chosen one and lead mankind to freedom from their comatose slave
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This movie it a timeless story of what mankind and the technology to achieve better things eventually goes wrong. The technology takes over, man is no longer the master of his works, his works are the master of him. The story goes on to show the effort of man to regain their mastery. It is done in a way that uses some of the technology to make the movie, well done in directing, story line, casting acting and all of the other ingredients that are put together to make a good movie. With all of this it has been transformed into 4K picture and Dolby Atmos. What more can you ask for? I would recommend owning this movie
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5 out of 5 stars
Newflare - 5 years ago, Verified purchaser
HDR is the biggest improvement here. The pads from the ship, the "lightning" gun, etc. are much brighter and more intense. The 4K really shines in scenes with rain, or when the windows explode out of a building and you can see every piece like grains of sand. The aspect ratio doesn't fill the whole screen, unfortunately. Saving private ryan is the only 4k movie I've found thus far which fills the entire screen in 4k. It really stands out much better in that case. The ATMOS track is also solid in the matrix. Not too much overhead going on, but still well mixed and very intense. The sentinels were legitimately frightening, thanks to the excellent mechanical sound effects. Overall, get this for the HDR. That's the biggest improvement if you already have the bluray. I can't wait to collect reloaded and revolutions when they're released in 4k.