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Amazon Blu-ray Deal of the Week: The Ultimate Matrix Collection Blu-ray

Posted January 22, 2012 09:59 AM by Josh Katz

Warner Bros.Amazon's Blu-ray Deal of the Week affects The Ultimate Matrix Collection package. Through January 28th, Amazon is offering it for $25.49.

Warner Home Entertainment's boxset includes the following four entries in this popular science-fiction franchise:
The Gold Box deal presents the bundle at a 61% markdown from its SRP of $64.98; the Blu-rays are remastered in 1080p and carry 5.1 Dolby TrueHD audio tracks alongside many special features, such as behind-the-scenes featurettes and multiple audio commentaries on the four films.

This deal expires at 12 AM PST/3 AM EST next Sunday, January 29th.











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News comments (22 comments)


Fishbulb290
  Jan 22, 2012
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great deal. great set.
Elbert Reyner
  Jan 22, 2012
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Wow. The Matrix collection is on sale again. Just bought it on the last black friday sale for 25 bucks too. haha.
It's absolutely a great deal. Around $8 for each movies.

jk1138
  Jan 22, 2012
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Again! How about something that has not been on sale before. Although, there is not much I want/need in terms of sets.... Hrm...
NYorker
  Jan 22, 2012
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Guess they got stuck with a large stock and need to get rid of it...
24lakers
  Jan 22, 2012
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FYI for those interested - the digital copy that came with the disc expired in 2010. Nevertheless, still a good deal for the handful of people who don't already own it.
peterraes
  Jan 22, 2012
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pfffff,again.....they better put up the Star wars saga box for deal of the week,been waiting and waiting for that one to lower in price....common Amazon....

Fryman86
  Jan 22, 2012
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It's a good deal for all the movies, but the regular price isn't much higher, so I'm not really tempted by this.

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solarrdadd
  Jan 22, 2012
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i double dipped because i already own this on HD-DVD but for the price, and what it is, it was worth the double dip! this is truly a classic. also, i'm aware that once my HD-DVD player dies, I'm outta luck for all the disc so again, given it's the entire matrix collection & the animatrix, i just couldn't resist. these movies are both beautiful to watch and a super treat for the ears!
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Imrahil2001
  Jan 22, 2012
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Wow, $25 for one good movie? Seems like a lot.

mikesncc1701
  Jan 22, 2012

Josh5890
  Jan 23, 2012
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The Matrix was a great film. The two sequals were.. eh at best. They are watchable on TNT late saturday night when you are bored but it's hard watch Reloaded and Revelations all the way through.

Polar
  Jan 23, 2012
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again!! something NEW and more interesting plsssssssss!!

R3P0
  Jan 23, 2012
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I have Matrix in Digibook, Ill debate the other 3 movies in this set as the only 2 good scenes in Reloaded and Revelations are the Highway Chase scene and the Battle of Zion. For 25 dollars tho it may tempt me.

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wvl
  Jan 23, 2012
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Who cares... the only one that is any good was the first one and maybe, just maybe the last one. It ain't worth $26 bucks though. I know, I bought it the first time around when it was on sale back in Nov. 2011. Only liked the first one. So who cares if Amy puts this on sale again. In truth, it's worth about $10 bucks and that's it.
EdReedFan20
  Jan 23, 2012
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I just picked this up! I saw this post earlier this morning and was really interested (I LIKE the Matrix, but never LOVED it), yet I did not plan to buy it. Later, I randomly looked in a drawer near my computer and saw that I never used a $25.00 Amazon gift card I got for Christmas. With the free shipping option selected, I got this set for only $.49!

Edit- Just noticed the post above about the expired digital copies. I can't complain, considering how little I spent, but digital copies should never, ever have an expiration date.

Coligion
  Jan 23, 2012
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Good deal for those who have not jumped on this. I got this in Nov. when it was the same price. I'm trying to decide if the boxset is worth it because I'm still not crazy for Reloaded/Revolutions after revisiting the trilogy. Also, as others have noted, it'd be nice if Amazon could move on to some newer sales instead of repeating deals over again.

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DaveSimonH
  Jan 24, 2012
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I paid about 20 for the UK releases of The Matrix and The Animatrix, the only ones I'm really interested in. I have the Ultimate Matrix DVD collection, so can refer to that for the extra content, or if I want to punish myself, the 2 Matrix sequels.

BouCoupDinkyDau
  Jan 24, 2012
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Nice. I paid almost twice that amount. Now's the time to buy, gents.

Mr Willy Wonka
  Jan 24, 2012
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Grabbed this when it was a Deal of the Day some time ago and devoured all three movies in one sitting. Absolutely astonishing how great the first one is and how, by comparison, extreme expectations or just true nonsense, the sequels were terrible. Such a complete dead-drop in quality and concept, experienced even more powerfully when watching the whole "trilogy" together.
JMCurtis
  Jan 26, 2012
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I had picked mine up used awhile ago. Had then traded the DVD set of the movies to a friend. I believe I'd paid something like $25 then for the BD set, and got 20 bucks for the DVD's from my friend.

movieman1979
  Jan 26, 2012
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Finally bit on this. This is, what, the 4th time it's gone on sale in the past two months? A man can only be teased so many times.

Cantrip
  Feb 01, 2012
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Man, I just picked my copy up for full price a couple of months ago. Darn it!!!!!


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