Dolby Laboratories, Inc., Warner Bros., and AMC Theaters today reported that Academy Award-winning film The Matrix will come back to choose theaters across the country for a selective one-week keep running at Dolby Cinema at AMC. The arrival commends the film’s 20-year commemoration and starts on August 30th. Look at the declaration trailer above and the occasion publication beneath.
“Bringing The Matrix to life in Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos pays homage to the masterpiece that the Wachowskis created 20 years ago,” said Doug Darrow, Senior Vice President, Cinema Business Group, Dolby Laboratories in a press release. “Movie lovers will be able to see and experience unforgettable sequences like bullets flying in slow motion with the utmost detail – transforming one of the most iconic sci-fi films of this generation.”
“Warner Bros. is proud to re-release the groundbreaking motion picture The Matrix, for the first time in Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos,” said Jeff Goldstein, President, Domestic Distribution, Warner Bros. Pictures. “Dolby Cinema offers moviegoers an unparalleled sense of realism in how they experience this game-changing film, making it a must-see event, whether for the first time or a return to The Matrix.”
Dolby Cinema is depicted as an “exceptional film offering for moviegoers” that “consolidates best in class picture and sound. With Dolby Vision, the image wakes up with stunning splendor and darker darks to offer a progressively exact feeling of profundity, rendering hues and detail not at all like other cinemas. Dolby Atmos transports visitors inside the story with sound that streams surrounding them, including overhead. The sound in the film encompasses watchers, making the story their existence. Visitors are likewise ready to appreciate next-level solace with roomy, inventive chairs that throb with the activity. Dolby Cinema completely understands the producer’s plan, placing moviegoers in the activity.”
The Matrix is a fundamental science fiction/activity, cyberpunk film discharged in 1999. Coordinated by the Wachowskis, the film stars Keanu Reeves as Neo, a programmer looking for reality with regards to the real world. He discovers it when the renegades Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne) and Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) discover him and uncover the truth he knows to be a PC program utilized by machines to oppress mankind. The film’s mixing of theory, hand to hand fighting, and the feel of the programmer and club subcultures of the period made it a touchstone film when the new century rolled over.