The Matrix 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray (1999)

The Matrix 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray
BDRemux 4K 2160P
Year: 1999
Сountry: USA
Genre: Thriller
Language: English
Cast: Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss, Gloria Foster, Joe Pantoliano, Marcus Chong, Julian Arahanga, Matt Doran, Belinda McClory, Anthony Ray Parker, Paul Goddard, Robert Taylor, David Aston, Marc Aden Gray...
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In the not too distant future, a computer hacker named Neo discovers that all life on Earth may be nothing more than an elaborate facade created by a malevolent cyber-intelligence, for the purpose of placating us while our life essence is"farmed" to fuel the Matrix's campaign of domination in the"real" world. He unites like-minded Rebel warriors Morpheus and Trinity in their struggle to overthrow the Matrix 4K Blu-ray.

The Matrix 4K 1999 Ultra HD 2160p REMUX Review
This 2160p, HEVC/H.265-encoded UHD of this Matrix is based on a brand new 4K scan of the original camera negative generated by Warner's Motion Picture Imaging centre. Color correction and HDR grading have been conducted with MPI's senior colorist, Jan Yarbrough, and dominated by Bill Pope, director of photographs on three Matrix movies. Warner Brothers has given the following announcement from Mr. Yarbrough, which can be replicated with all the studio's kind permission: The Wachowskis have entrusted the production of this HDR mastering together with the first Director of Photography Bill Pope, ASC. Working with Bill that I have begun to realize he has a complete understanding and appreciation for the dynamics of this HDR format. The Matrix is made in two worlds: the"real" world in cool blue tones; and also the"information" world in green.

Currently with HDR, this movie can be considered in its own futuristic and information centric realm more correctly than previous formats would let. HDR with its enormous dynamic selection of luminance and colour gamut allows for a movie 4K gamma replication whilst adding added dynamic range for true highlights and profound detailed blacks. DP Bill Pope has taken good advantage of this to make a version with colour timing as it was initially intended, crafting a high resolution electronic master which is more precise than the initial theatrical release. Among the continuing criticisms of the Matrix's authentic Blu-ray (and, before it, the DVD) was that the pervasiveness and intensity of the green tint throw within the"information" world. The 4K disk effectively addresses these ailments by fine-tuning the green throw and restricting its reach. The distinction is evident in the introduction Warner Brothers and Village Roadshow trademarks, that have been formerly solid green and so are currently a blend of green with black. The refinements remain from the touch opening sequence where Trinity struggles the authorities and flees the representatives. The surroundings still has multiple green components, but other colors are also observable, such as some blues.

The stylized wash which used to cover each shot is no longer. To get an especially revealing example, examine the scene where Agent Smith rams a truck to the telephone booth by which Trinity makes her getaway (see screenshot 38). Just the telephone booth is green, although the smoke surrounding the toilet is a combo of blue and white and the sidewalk appears like real city asphalt with merely a couple of tell-tale green highlights. To borrow Jan Yarbrough's term, green is"ever present" but it is not anywhere. The exact same careful balancing of colour tones is evident throughout the whole picture, with green components tucked in the corners of this bluish"real" world and many colors aside from green varying and contrasting with the general colour of the"information" world. Outdoor daylight scenes within the"information" world are nearly naturalistic, except for miniature giveaways such as the greenish highlights about the hair and faces of his cohorts. That ailing cast disappears from the"actual" world, replaced with naturalistic flesh tones except, obviously, when faces are concealed in shadow, darkness or even the reflections from computer screens. Study any shot, and it immediately becomes evident that its colours are to keep the rest of the movie's two worlds without overstating their gap. The detail is excellent, whether it's the skin and pores flaws in nature closeups, or even the grungy jerry-rigged machines inside the Nebuchadnezzar, or even the shards of masonry flying in all directions throughout the lobby attack by Neo and Trinity. The huge areas of human hibernation pods in which Neo awakens have obtained new depth and depth. The clarity is nearly digital. Only very small vestiges of grain show that the Matrix's origination on movie.

The Matrix 4K blu-ray is a melange of visual styles, and also the heavy blacks of its 4K/HDR demonstration have contributed fresh strength to the film's pervasive noir elements, which alternative so efficiently with all the glistening officer towers and glowing daylight scenes photographed around the streets and rooftops of Sydney. The movie is teeming with darkened alleys and back roads, abandoned subway stations and dishonest motels such as the Heart O' the City locales which are currently more atmospheric than ever before, thanks to inkier darkness, more exactly delineated shadows and much more finely textured surfaces. The arrangement by which Morpheus and his team try to escape from Smith by scaling down the early plumbing of the hotel rendezvous isolates the group of adventurers in a just lit station surrounded by the blackness of oblivion. A similar effect happens when Neo and Trinity scale atop the elevator and dismiss off its cable to achieve the rooftop over Morpheus and the brokers. The graphics are as striking as the seconds are suspenseful. The collections described above are merely a couple of examples of many recognizable scenes recently revived by the magic of HDR, artfully implemented. The Matrix Blu-ray on UHD is a tribute to what could be achieved when technology and art collaborate with as respect for one another. The Wachowski Brothers eyesight of a potential future takes the sound and visual facets of filmmaking into a new high. Adding older still photography using computer enhancement to the level that looks on the display has increased the genre to a degree which is going to be quite intimidated by filmmakers for any number of decades. Acting was fantastic, script, visual, audio, everything about this movie is a tribute to some typically overlooked genre.

Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision + HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.40:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

Audio
English: Dolby Atmos
English: Dolby TrueHD 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
French: Dolby Digital 5.1
Spanish: Dolby Digital 5.1
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
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Subtitles
English SDH, French, Spanish, Dutch
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File size: 61.98 GB


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