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    Warner announced The Matrix and Harry Potter for Blu-ray

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    They need to release the box set on Bluray for all three movies.
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    Agreed, I love the HD DVD box set for Mission Impossible.... and I guess the Blu-ray version too (HD DVD ones look better in this case though), hopefully they will do a full on Trilogy release in box form for the Matrix series. Ill be getting it.

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    I hope they release a box set indeed, that would be great! I would definately buy that set!

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    the matrix on BR in 1080p is what HD is all about


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    Quote Originally Posted by kappaman View Post
    They need to release the box set on Bluray for all three movies.
    Wholeheartedly agreed. I already own the 10 disc box-set, but I wouldn't hesitate(well...maybe, depending on the price tag ) to order a Blu-Ray box-set as well.

    I can only imagine the Burly Brawl and the Super Burly Brawl in 1080....sweet mother of mercy!
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    I would buy a Matrix Box set if it comes out on Blu-Ray. In just a short amount of time, Blu-Ray has really pulled out an attach on HD-DVD.
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    lets just hope they dont screw us over on the high def audio.

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    This is excellent news, thanks for this info
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Arklon View Post
    Wholeheartedly agreed. I already own the 10 disc box-set, but I wouldn't hesitate(well...maybe, depending on the price tag ) to order a Blu-Ray box-set as well.

    I can only imagine the Burly Brawl and the Super Burly Brawl in 1080....sweet mother of mercy!
    Same for me.
    Matrix is cool, but Matrix in 1080p HD on an 52" XBR3 would be, well, absolute incredible.
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    I still wait for the Pirates !!

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    Harry Potter for the win. Seriously, with the hype around the sixth book and the new movie about to come out, this is a huge win for the BluRay camp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefein View Post
    Harry Potter for the win. Seriously, with the hype around the sixth book and the new movie about to come out, this is a huge win for the BluRay camp.
    All Blu-ray needs is George Lucas to sign up and it's a lock without a doubt. However GL is a ******* if he decides to go dual HD formats... he does chase the dollar more than the average "technologist."
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    Yes, finally something worth buying for me Matrix!

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    Quote Originally Posted by A7MAD View Post
    All Blu-ray needs is George Lucas to sign up and it's a lock without a doubt. However GL is a ******* if he decides to go dual HD formats... he does chase the dollar more than the average "technologist."
    I predict that George Lucas will wait for 200GB discs so he can put the first Trilogy on one disc with a bunch of bonuses and the second trilogy on another disc with a bunch of bonuses.

    That will also give him plenty of time to tech his way out of some shortcomings in the original masters from the first trilogy like makeup showing up in HD as well as some other things. My guess is it will end up a lot like some other movies that are out on HDDVD and BluRay that have stock HD mastering and using some of the DVD remaster content as well to "cover the blemishes".

    It will take time, money, patience, and a whole lot of work to pull off.

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    No, the original trilogy can't look that good. BUT, the more recent trilogy could look tremendous. I think Episode 3 was the clearest looking DVD I've ever seen.
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