Ultimate Matrix Collection

Ultimate Matrix Collection

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Director: Andy Wachowski, Larry Wachowski

Cast: Andy Wachowski, Larry Wachowski, Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss

     
 

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Warner Bros.' Ultimate Matrix Collection continues the tradition of excellence set by the first record-breaking DVD release of 1999's original Matrix film. While this superior production level caused many to purchase DVD players for the first time and resulted in one of the highest home-video grosses for a single film, the DVD releases for The Matrix'sSee more details below

Overview

Warner Bros.' Ultimate Matrix Collection continues the tradition of excellence set by the first record-breaking DVD release of 1999's original Matrix film. While this superior production level caused many to purchase DVD players for the first time and resulted in one of the highest home-video grosses for a single film, the DVD releases for The Matrix's two sequels were rushed, commercial-filled disappointments. All is forgiven here with this mega-packed ten-disc set that is spilling over with insightful looks into the long production journey of the Matrix trilogy. Those willing see how deep the set's rabbit hole goes will find over 35 hours of featurettes, production drawings, interviews, and philosophical discussions of what the Matrix really means. Each of the three films is presented in a gorgeous 2.35:1 widescreen edition. While each film features outstanding picture quality, the original Matrix shines the brightest. Featuring an all-new high-definition transfer created especially for this collection, the picture quality is clearly a major step up from the film's previous DVD release. The crisp colors, dark blacks, and zero film grain make this new eye-popping presentation reason enough to give this set high praise, yet this is only the beginning. Each film features outstanding Dolby Digital 5.1 audio tracks and two very different audio commentaries. While the creators of the trilogy, brothers Larry and Andy Wachowski are nowhere to be heard, they did allow a pair of Matrix-loving philosophers, Dr. Cornel West and Ken Wilber, to analyze every aspect of the films. The also allowed a group of Matrix-bashing critics, Todd McCarthy, John Powers, and David Thomson, to rip the trilogy apart. While all six commentary tracks are lively and interesting to hear, especially any comment by Dr. West, who appears to be the Matrix films' biggest fan, the trio of grumpy critics can often become downright annoying. While all three hesitantly admit to enjoying the first film, most of their time with the sequels is spent either constantly name dropping obscure directors they believe the Wachowskis are ripping off or complaining about the modern state of filmmaking. Although the comments can be become irritating, it still makes for a great listen as stands a document of how many felt about the films at the time of their release. Starting out the treasure trove of supplemental materials is a slightly altered version of the 2001 Matrix Revisited DVD. Those who already own this all-bonus-features disc will find nothing different aside from new menus and the absence of a few items that were on the original release. These missing bits go largely unnoticed here and add to the focused nature of the entire set. What remains is a feature-length look at the film's production, success, and future. Dozens of extra featurettes offer a deeper look at aspects like the film's complex visual effects and kung fu choreography. This is continued in the supplemental discs for the sequels, appropriately titled "The Matrix Reloaded Revisited" and "The Matrix Revolutions Revisited." Through the 50 mini-documentaries presented here, you learn every little detail you ever wanted to know about the two films. Everything, from the live-action footage used in the Enter the Matrix video game to what happened to all the wood used to build the freeway in Reloaded, is covered in great detail. While some of the material featured in the hours and hours of behind-the-scenes footage shown here overlaps from the film's previous DVD releases, especially with Reloaded's car chase and Revolutions' gravity-bending final battle, the majority of it is has never been seen and is likely to be eaten up by fans. Following the Revisited discs, the Ultimate Collection then serves up a series of four stand-alone discs that amazingly have more to say about the Matrix experience. Starting things out is the inclusion of The Animatrix, a series of nine well-made animated short films set in the Matrix universe. This version of The Animatrix remains exactly the same from its previous DVD release in 2003, aside from having new menus and the dated commercials for the Enter the Matrix video game removed. "The Roots of the Matrix" disc offers two feature-length documentaries on the intellectual and philosophical ideas of the trilogy, and the real science that inspired the more science fiction aspects of the films. While both are constantly stimulating and entertaining, one senses that some of the highly intelligent participants are straying away from the films -- sometimes discussing some fairly bizarre ideas. Those seeking even more can find several hidden DVD Easter eggs tucked away on this disc. Next up is a disc titled "The Burly Man Chronicles." Perhaps the most intriguing disc in the set, it features an over two-hour "fly on the wall," week-by-week look at the entire production of Reloaded and Revolutions. From the deaths of cast members to what the cast and crew were doing on September 11, everything is covered here. The viewer walks away having an even greater appreciation for what went into making the two films. Twenty-one extra featurettes are included that add even more detail to the experience. Also to be noted is that the now well-known ultra-reclusive Wachowski Brothers appear all over the place on this disc, and a tiny glimpse is given into their directing style. Closing things out is a disc titled "The Zion Archive," which offers up tons of the trilogy's many trailers, TV spots, music videos, storyboards, and concept drawings. Things wouldn't be complete without some kind of commercial, and one is shamelessly given for the Matrix Online video game. While this Ultimate Collection is an extraordinarily impressive DVD collection, those just mildly curious about the films are better off with the previous DVD releases, as this set appears to be for Matrix-crazed fans only. Those fans out there willing to take the blue pill and jack in to this wondrously massive Matrix set will not be disappointed.

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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Kryssa Schemmerling
Take a pinch of The Terminator, a dash of William Gibson's computer cowboy sensibility, add a healthy dollop of Hong Kong action cinema and the result is The Matrix, the most inventive science fiction flick to light up a movie screen in recent years. Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne), a super-cool, philosophy-spouting rebel with psychic abilities, and his latex-sheathed female sidekick, Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss), turn disaffected computer wiz Neo (Keanu Reeves) into a kung fu-fighting warrior who goes head to head against the forces of evil deep in cyberspace. Even if some viewers get lost in the twisting storyline, the dazzling special effects and mind-blowing sets will keep most of them on the very edge of their seats.
Barnes & Noble - R.J. Wafer
Take a trip back into The Matrix with this no-holds-barred, behind-the-scenes look at the modern classic that, like Star Wars before it, redefined the sci-fi/action genre for all time. From the grueling physical training of stunt-performing stars Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, and Carrie-Anne Moss to the revelatory footage, fans will find themselves even more deeply ensnared within The Matrix. In new interviews, directors Larry and Andy Wachowski, producer Joel Silver, and master choreographer Yuen Woo-Ping (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) offer more details on the film's origins and the development of its Oscar-winning special effects. And just when you thought it was over, the real gem comes: A special sneak peek at the top-secret sets of the upcoming sequels, plus a first look at the upcoming Matrix television anime project.
Barnes & Noble
Andy and Larry Wachowski's mind-bending science fiction noir gets animated in The Animatrix, a collection of nine Matrix-related anime shorts. Released in anticipation of the live-action sequels The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions, none of these self-contained stories are mere cartoons. Some of the finest animation talents from both the U.S. and Japan display their talents here, making for a distinct variety of visual styles. Still, expect the same thrilling excitement we've come to associate with the Matrix franchise -- and from anime in general. The nine films are as follows:
  • "Final Flight of the Osiris" -- In this 3-D computer-animated piece, the crew of the hovercraft Osiris must get a message of vital importance back to Zion. That would seem easy to do, but there's an armada of Sentinels standing in the way. Andy Jones, an animation director on Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within directs the Wachowski brothers' script.
  • "The Second Renaissance" (Parts I and II) -- The genesis of the Matrix: The last cities of mankind, the war with the machines, and humanity's ultimate downfall. It's an epic guided tour of the Zion archives and Matrix lore. Blue Submarine No. 6's Mahiro Maeda directs another Wachowski script.
  • "Kid's Story" -- Sitting in his high school classroom, a kid gets a personalized invitation from Neo to escape the Matrix. But finding an exit proves more difficult than he ever imagined. Shinichiro Watanabe (Cowboy Bebop) directs the Wachowskis' final script of the series.
  • "Program" -- In the simulated world of a samurai training program, a soldier of Zion is forced to choose between love and her comrades in the real world. Written and directed by Ninja Scroll's Yoshiaki Kawajiri.
  • "World Record" -- Through an incredible combination of will power and physical strength, a world record-holding sprinter breaks out of the Matrix and gets an all-too-brief glimpse of the real world beyond. Takeshi Koike (Party 7) directs a script by Yoshiaki Kawajiri.
  • "Beyond" -- In a quiet town where all is not as it seems, a girl finds a bug in the system: an abandoned mansion in which anything seems possible. Then the exterminators arrive to "de-bug." Written and directed by Koji Morimoto (Akira).
  • "A Detective Story" -- A hard-boiled private investigator tracks cyber-criminal Trinity through the "looking glass." Written and directed by Shinichiro Watanabe.
  • "Matriculated" -- A group of rebels capture a sentient robot and program it to act as an ally for their cause and prefer their "human Matrix" to machine reality. They succeed too well; the robot's appetite for the "human Matrix" may exceed the humans' ability to supply it. Written and directed by Peter Chung (Aeon Flux).
  • Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
    Keanu Reeves is back as Neo, the erstwhile hacker and reluctant messiah, in this visually stunning sequel from the imaginative writing-producing-directing siblings Andy and Larry Wachowski. Once again, we are transported to the ersatz reality of the future, created and sustained by computers under the direction of a malevolent entity. In this second installment of the trilogy, the hidden city of Zion, home to all humans freed from the tyranny of the Matrix, is threatened by an army of probes a quarter million strong. Neo, working with his mentor, Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne), has just 72 hours to stave off the attack, and he's handicapped by the mental torture resulting from a recurring dream in which his beloved Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) meets a horrible death at the hands of the enemy. Having redefined sci-fi action with the first Matrix, the Wachowski brothers labor mightily to top themselves with several bravura sequences, including a vertigo-inducing scene in which Neo battles an army of dark-suited, sunglasses-wearing villains cloned from his nemesis, Agent Smith (played with wry insouciance by Hugo Weaving). But The Matrix Reloaded isn't just a collection of action scenes: The Wachowskis delve deeper into their mythology, making the film considerably more challenging to absorb. Reeves is, once again, properly enigmatic as Neo, while Moss gets an opportunity to exhibit the smoldering passion bubbling beneath Trinty's surface. Monica Bellucci lends able support as, you guessed it, a temptress. Other welcome additions include Jada Pinkett Smith as a swift-kicking former lover of Morpheus's and Anthony Zerbe as a wise patriarch of Zion. The tremendous cult of Matrix fans has been more than satisfied by this visually sumptuous, intellectually stimulating sequel. Movie lovers eager for a few hours of eye-popping pyrotechnics won't be disappointed, either.

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    Product Details

    Release Date:
    12/07/2004
    UPC:
    0085393367121
    Rating:
    R
    Source:
    Warner Home Video
    Region Code:
    1
    Presentation:
    [Wide Screen]
    Sound:
    [Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
    Time:
    10:18:00

    Special Features

    The ten-disc Ultimate Matrix Collection features all three films in the trilogy together for the first time ever with a newly remastered picture and sound for The Matrix. Also included are the companion pieces The Matrix Revisited and The Animatrix, plus five entirely new DVDs packed with brand-new supplemental materials that encompass every aspect of the Matrix universe, including two new audio commentaries on each film, Enter the Matrix videogame footage, 106 deep-delving featurettes and documentaries, and more. Dr. Cornel West and Ken Wilber hold forth in the "Philosophers Commentary," while the "Critics Commentary" brings together Todd McCarthy, John Powers, and David Thomson.

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    Scene Index

    Side #1 -- The Matrix
       1. Trinity in a Jam (00:03:22)
       2. Impossible Pursuit (00:03:12)
       3. Follow Instructions (00:03:00)
       4. The Question (00:02:21)
       5. "They're Coming For You" (00:04:49)
       6. Unable to Speak (00:04:44)
       7. Getting the Bug Out (00:03:35)
       8. Morpheus' Proposal (00:03:42)
       9. Down the Rabbit Hole (00:03:33)
       10. Slimy Rebirth (00:02:56)
       11. Nebuchadnezzar's Crew (00:03:18)
       12. The Real World (00:05:41)
       13. The Search Is Over (00:02:10)
       14. Training Begins (00:02:24)
       15. Morpheus/Neo Matchup (00:04:33)
       16. First Jump (00:03:00)
       17. The Gatekeepers (00:02:29)
       18. Running Silent and Deep (00:02:06)
       19. Dealing for Bliss (00:04:07)
       20. Off to See the Oracle (00:02:30)
       21. There Is No Spoon (00:04:46)
       22. Choices...and a Cookie (00:05:15)
       23. Glitch in the Matrix (00:03:13)
       24. One Left Behind (00:04:02)
       25. Heroes Unplugged (00:04:39)
       26. Cypher's Burnout (00:01:42)
       27. Matters of Belief (00:05:57)
       28. Virus to Be Cured (00:03:39)
       29. Lobby Shooting Spree (00:03:15)
       30. Dodge This (00:02:40)
       31. Gotcha (00:03:17)
       32. Rooftop Rescue (00:02:38)
       33. Subway Showdown (00:03:40)
       34. "My Name Is Neo" (00:02:12)
       35. Sentinels Attack (00:03:37)
       36. "He Is the One" (00:03:14)
       37. Final Connections (00:03:04)
       38. End Credits (Wake Up, Rock Is Dead) (00:07:30)
    Side #2 -- The Matrix Revisited
       1. Opening (00:02:10)
       2. Now and Then (00:03:59)
       3. Origins (00:03:05)
       4. Screenplay (00:03:10)
       5. Bound Toward the Matrix (00:02:37)
       6. Storyboards (00:04:18)
       7. The Look (00:02:11)
       8. Sets (00:01:49)
       9. Costumes (00:00:51)
       10. Visual Effects (00:03:44)
       11. Training (00:11:01)
       12. Shooting Starts in Australia (00:04:24)
       13. Car Ride to the Oracle (00:01:36)
       14. Woman in Red (00:03:24)
       15. Interrogation Room (00:04:08)
       16. Government Roof (00:06:29)
       17. Trinity (00:02:42)
       18. Government Lobby (00:06:40)
       19. Construct Kung Fu (00:07:27)
       20. El Fight (00:06:39)
       21. Helicopter Rescue (00:06:42)
       22. Nebuchadnezzar (00:04:39)
       23. Power Plant (00:02:45)
       24. Shooting Ends (00:01:45)
       25. Post-Production (00:01:12)
       26. Visual Effects Houses (00:05:40)
       27. Sound Effects (00:03:12)
       28. The Score (00:03:40)
       29. Finished Film (00:01:41)
       30. The Real World (00:02:06)
       31. Honors (00:01:48)
       32. Trilogy (00:03:46)
       33. End Credits (00:01:16)
    Side #3 -- The Matrix Reloaded
       1. Trinity's In (00:03:51)
       2. Trust Me (00:05:04)
       3. Upgrades (00:03:21)
       4. Zion (00:04:07)
       5. Matter of Time (00:03:18)
       6. Home Comings (00:03:46)
       7. We Are Still Here (00:03:57)
       8. Celebrating Humanity (00:04:34)
       9. Smith Will Suffice (00:01:41)
       10. What Is Control? (00:04:13)
       11. Summoned (00:02:58)
       12. Seraph (00:02:49)
       13. The Oracle (00:06:57)
       14. Swarm of Smiths (00:04:25)
       15. Sticking it to Them (00:04:22)
       16. The Volunteer (00:00:31)
       17. Taste of Merovingian (00:02:46)
       18. Persephone's Kiss (00:02:12)
       19. Unlocking the Keymaker (00:03:50)
       20. Blade Leapers (00:04:14)
       21. Twin Trouble (00:03:12)
       22. Freeway Entrance (00:04:11)
       23. Cross-Vehicular Traffic (00:02:15)
       24. Biker Girl (00:03:25)
       25. Trucks Amuck (00:03:40)
       26. The Reason We're Here (00:02:57)
       27. Sacrifice and Sabotage (00:04:19)
       28. So Many of Me (00:03:40)
       29. The Architect (00:04:06)
       30. The One's Function (00:03:14)
       31. Neo's Choice (00:04:13)
       32. Not Letting Go (00:03:17)
       33. Bomb's Target (00:01:54)
       34. Feeling the Enemy (00:04:13)
       35. End Credits (00:02:26)
       36. "Revolutions" Trailer (00:02:45)
    Side #4 -- The Matrix Reloaded Revisited
    Side #5 -- The Matrix Revolutions
       1. 20 Hours to Go (00:03:55)
       2. Trapped (00:03:37)
       3. The Connection Matters (00:02:46)
       4. Down Here I'm God (00:04:24)
       5. Coat Check Chaos (00:03:14)
       6. Interesting Deal (00:05:34)
       7. The End Is Coming (00:06:32)
       8. We Meet at Last (00:05:28)
       9. The Logos Found (00:03:58)
       10. Volunteers (00:03:24)
       11. I Believe in Him (00:03:44)
       12. Nothing's Changed (00:02:19)
       13. Stowaway (00:02:50)
       14. See Your Enemy (00:05:37)
       15. Give 'Em Hell (00:00:29)
       16. Detected (00:02:18)
       17. Breaching the Dome (00:02:10)
       18. Storming Sentinels (00:05:30)
       19. Trying to Keep Up (00:02:28)
       20. Unfinished Business (00:04:04)
       21. Hell of a Pilot (00:03:49)
       22. Report to the Council (00:04:45)
       23. Believers (00:02:46)
       24. Glimpse of the Sky (00:03:19)
       25. Saying What Matters (00:02:36)
       26. A Truce (00:04:59)
       27. It Ends Tonight (00:05:03)
       28. Urban Splash (00:02:57)
       29. Neo's Choice (00:03:13)
       30. Inevitable and Over (00:03:26)
       31. Real Peace (00:03:32)
       32. Freedom and Sunlight (00:02:25)
       33. End Credits (00:02:39)
    Side #6 -- The Matrix Reloaded Revisited
    Side #7 -- The Animatrix
    Side #8 -- The Matrix Experience: Roots of the Matrix
    Side #9 -- The Matrix Experience: Burly Man Chronicles
    Side #10 -- The Matrix Experience: Zion Archive
    Side #1 -- The Matrix
       1. Trinity in a Jam (00:03:22)
       2. Impossible Pursuit (00:03:12)
       3. Follow Instructions (00:03:00)
       4. The Question (00:02:21)
       5. "They're Coming For You" (00:04:49)
       6. Unable to Speak (00:04:44)
       7. Getting the Bug Out (00:03:35)
       8. Morpheus' Proposal (00:03:42)
       9. Down the Rabbit Hole (00:03:33)
       10. Slimy Rebirth (00:02:56)
       11. Nebuchadnezzar's Crew (00:03:18)
       12. The Real World (00:05:41)
       13. The Search Is Over (00:02:10)
       14. Training Begins (00:02:24)
       15. Morpheus/Neo Matchup (00:04:33)
       16. First Jump (00:03:00)
       17. The Gatekeepers (00:02:29)
       18. Running Silent and Deep (00:02:06)
       19. Dealing for Bliss (00:04:07)
       20. Off to See the Oracle (00:02:30)
       21. There Is No Spoon (00:04:46)
       22. Choices...and a Cookie (00:05:15)
       23. Glitch in the Matrix (00:03:13)
       24. One Left Behind (00:04:02)
       25. Heroes Unplugged (00:04:39)
       26. Cypher's Burnout (00:01:42)
       27. Matters of Belief (00:05:57)
       28. Virus to Be Cured (00:03:39)
       29. Lobby Shooting Spree (00:03:15)
       30. Dodge This (00:02:40)
       31. Gotcha (00:03:17)
       32. Rooftop Rescue (00:02:38)
       33. Subway Showdown (00:03:40)
       34. "My Name Is Neo" (00:02:12)
       35. Sentinels Attack (00:03:37)
       36. "He Is the One" (00:03:14)
       37. Final Connections (00:03:04)
       38. End Credits (Wake Up, Rock Is Dead) (00:07:30)
    Side #2 -- The Matrix Revisited
       1. Opening (00:02:10)
       2. Now and Then (00:03:59)
       3. Origins (00:03:05)
       4. Screenplay (00:03:10)
       5. Bound Toward the Matrix (00:02:37)
       6. Storyboards (00:04:18)
       7. The Look (00:02:11)
       8. Sets (00:01:49)
       9. Costumes (00:00:51)
       10. Visual Effects (00:03:44)
       11. Training (00:11:01)
       12. Shooting Starts in Australia (00:04:24)
       13. Car Ride to the Oracle (00:01:36)
       14. Woman in Red (00:03:24)
       15. Interrogation Room (00:04:08)
       16. Government Roof (00:06:29)
       17. Trinity (00:02:42)
       18. Government Lobby (00:06:40)
       19. Construct Kung Fu (00:07:27)
       20. El Fight (00:06:39)
       21. Helicopter Rescue (00:06:42)
       22. Nebuchadnezzar (00:04:39)
       23. Power Plant (00:02:45)
       24. Shooting Ends (00:01:45)
       25. Post-Production (00:01:12)
       26. Visual Effects Houses (00:05:40)
       27. Sound Effects (00:03:12)
       28. The Score (00:03:40)
       29. Finished Film (00:01:41)
       30. The Real World (00:02:06)
       31. Honors (00:01:48)
       32. Trilogy (00:03:46)
       33. End Credits (00:01:16)
    Side #3 -- The Matrix Reloaded
       1. Trinity's In (00:03:51)
       2. Trust Me (00:05:04)
       3. Upgrades (00:03:21)
       4. Zion (00:04:07)
       5. Matter of Time (00:03:18)
       6. Home Comings (00:03:46)
       7. We Are Still Here (00:03:57)
       8. Celebrating Humanity (00:04:34)
       9. Smith Will Suffice (00:01:41)
       10. What Is Control? (00:04:13)
       11. Summoned (00:02:58)
       12. Seraph (00:02:49)
       13. The Oracle (00:06:57)
       14. Swarm of Smiths (00:04:25)
       15. Sticking it to Them (00:04:22)
       16. The Volunteer (00:00:31)
       17. Taste of Merovingian (00:02:46)
       18. Persephone's Kiss (00:02:12)
       19. Unlocking the Keymaker (00:03:50)
       20. Blade Leapers (00:04:14)
       21. Twin Trouble (00:03:12)
       22. Freeway Entrance (00:04:11)
       23. Cross-Vehicular Traffic (00:02:15)
       24. Biker Girl (00:03:25)
       25. Trucks Amuck (00:03:40)
       26. The Reason We're Here (00:02:57)
       27. Sacrifice and Sabotage (00:04:19)
       28. So Many of Me (00:03:40)
       29. The Architect (00:04:06)
       30. The One's Function (00:03:14)
       31. Neo's Choice (00:04:13)
       32. Not Letting Go (00:03:17)
       33. Bomb's Target (00:01:54)
       34. Feeling the Enemy (00:04:13)
       35. End Credits (00:02:26)
       36. "Revolutions" Trailer (00:02:45)
    Side #4 -- The Matrix Reloaded Revisited
    Side #5 -- The Matrix Revolutions
       1. 20 Hours to Go (00:03:55)
       2. Trapped (00:03:37)
       3. The Connection Matters (00:02:46)
       4. Down Here I'm God (00:04:24)
       5. Coat Check Chaos (00:03:14)
       6. Interesting Deal (00:05:34)
       7. The End Is Coming (00:06:32)
       8. We Meet at Last (00:05:28)
       9. The Logos Found (00:03:58)
       10. Volunteers (00:03:24)
       11. I Believe in Him (00:03:44)
       12. Nothing's Changed (00:02:19)
       13. Stowaway (00:02:50)
       14. See Your Enemy (00:05:37)
       15. Give 'Em Hell (00:00:29)
       16. Detected (00:02:18)
       17. Breaching the Dome (00:02:10)
       18. Storming Sentinels (00:05:30)
       19. Trying to Keep Up (00:02:28)
       20. Unfinished Business (00:04:04)
       21. Hell of a Pilot (00:03:49)
       22. Report to the Council (00:04:45)
       23. Believers (00:02:46)
       24. Glimpse of the Sky (00:03:19)
       25. Saying What Matters (00:02:36)
       26. A Truce (00:04:59)
       27. It Ends Tonight (00:05:03)
       28. Urban Splash (00:02:57)
       29. Neo's Choice (00:03:13)
       30. Inevitable and Over (00:03:26)
       31. Real Peace (00:03:32)
       32. Freedom and Sunlight (00:02:25)
       33. End Credits (00:02:39)
    Side #6 -- The Matrix Reloaded Revisited
    Side #7 -- The Animatrix
    Side #8 -- The Matrix Experience: Roots of the Matrix
    Side #9 -- The Matrix Experience: Burly Man Chronicles
    Side #10 -- The Matrix Experience: Zion Archive

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