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Encyclopedia > The Matrix Revisited

The Matrix Revisited is a documentary on the production of the movie The Matrix. It went on sale on DVD with various other featurettes on the movie, and its then-in-production sequels, both on its own and in a double pack with the movie itself ("The Matrix: Collector's Edition"). It has since been incorporated into "The Ulimate Matrix DVD Collection".

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DVD Review: The Matrix: Revisited (778 words)
In early 1999, "The Matrix" amazed and thrilled audiences with its remarkable special effects, interesting story and fascinating visuals.
"Revisited" revolves almost entirely around the production of the first picture, as we hear from many of the crew members, who discuss their roles in the film's production - such as costumes, sets, visual effects and other elements.
Final Thoughts: While I wouldn't say that "The Matrix Revisited" isn't without a few minor slow moments, I thought the majority of the documentary and the extra features were well-crafted, informative and entertaining - the entire package provides substance and isn't something "promotional".
The Matrix Revisited - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (251 words)
The film goes behind the scenes of the 1999 sci-fi movie to give explanations of complicated scenes, previews of the then-forthcoming sequels, and interviews with the cast and crew, including the reclusive Wachowski brothers, who rarely give interviews.
The original Matrix Revisited DVD had an easter egg that contains 41 songs that were played in the documentary.
In The Ultimate Matrix Collection version of the disc, the songs are directly in the menu and not part of an egg.
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