I was referring to the films themselves not the extras. People who care about extras or the Animatrix of course should buy the BD set. I personally love the movies and hate Animatrix. YMMV
If Warner sold The Animatrix HD separately from the box set, I would get it. The Second Renaissance, Parts I and II alone is worth it. Some of the other shorts of The Animatrix are really crappy, and Final Flight of the Osiris is massively overrated, but there are a few gems in the collection.
Just bought this set and it seems that it wont play dolby truehd. The Dodly TrueHD logo wont come on, on my avr. It will play in all other dolby formats but not this one. These are the only three disc that are having the problem. Does anyone have an idea of what this could be.
I was wondering if anyone else had a problem with their copy of Reloaded from the Ultimate set. I bought mine about two months ago from Amazon.com and just got around to watching it the other night. At around the 51 minute mark when Agent Smith approaches Neo in the park the movie freezes and then jumps several seconds. I tried playing the scene several times and the error occurs every time. Is there a possibility of a replacement disc?
Can anyone comment on the picture & audio quality of the BRDs over the original DVDs? I own all of the originals, but am very tempted to purchase the BRD Ultimate Edition trilogy box set. If there is not a quality improvement though, it wouldnt be worth it to me.
The picture quality obviously is improved with the BD version over DVD. As for audio, it may not be as obvious. I have both the DVD and BD versions of the set but I have never really watched the DVD version on my current surround setup. Someone else may have to help with the audio portion. Or, I could just go home and do a comparison. lol