What if I told You the Matrix is returning to theaters this August? It’s real! The sci-fi classic will be in theaters for a week! Beginning August 30 to September 5th You can catch The Matrix screening in the 135 Dolby Cinema AMC theaters around the country. 

Warner Bros.’ president of domestic distribution Jeff Goldstein announced the limited release saying

“Warner Bros. is proud to re-release the groundbreaking motion picture The Matrix, for the first time in Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos,”
“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.”

It’s been 20 years since we witnessed the then never-before seen special effects like bullet-time, the paradigm shift of reality, and epic action. The returning film will be remastered for a mind blowing Dolby Cinema experience. A description of the cinemas from Digital Trends

The Dolby Cinema experience combines Dolby Atmos surround sound, which utilizes up to 128 speakers to create a remarkably realistic soundscape, with Dolby Vision, an advanced HDR solution that supports close to a billion different shades of color. Most importantly Dolby Vision screens have a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1, as opposed to standard theaters which top out at a 5,000:1 or 8,000:1 contrast ratio. 
The blacks are midnight dark. The whites are blazing white. It looks incredible.
While you can get both Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision at home, it pales in comparison to the laser projection and powerful, multi-speaker sound systems you’ll get in a Dolby Cinema theater. The theaters also include curved screens that make the viewing experience more immersive than ever, cushioned walls to eliminate outside noise, fantastically dark rooms, luxurious seating, and air-conditioned auditoriums

This a top notch birthday celebration! Cinema History! Get advance ticketsnow!

August 2019


By Penny

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