Just to let everyone know this is indeed the Director's Cut of Daredevil, and a nice release it is too.
Matt Murdoch is a morale driven lawyer in New York by day, but at night he transforms into a superhero, Daredevil, a man guided by sound alone, as he lost his sight during a toxic accident as a child. He's in love with Electra, but he has to make things right before he can make things work between them. With the difficult task of staying anonymous, he has to fight crime, and stay a sympathetic lawyer during the day.
This is a fantastic director's cut of Daredevil, totalling 2hrs and 13mins in total. Yes, there are unecessary scenes in my opinion that don't really add much to the story, but the remastering, the sound and the atmosphere really does make this film worthwhile. Knowing blind people in my everyday life I bet they'd love to be Daredevil, and I think a bit of us all whether we've got partial sight or not, we really wish we had his sound perception.
The Blu-Ray is fantastic, simply, and the picture is very good, with 30MB/s average. The 5.1 mix is actually terrifying at times because it's like it was happening in your living room. I also enjoyed the featurettes, and the commentaries with Mark Steven Johnson. There's also quite a lot of music video on this, 3 in total and a look at the music of Daredevil. Really this BD disk is packed to the very edge with goodies and I reckon you can easily spend 4 hours in total with the disk.
Impressive on all counts, shame we didn't get audio description, especially as it's about a blind superhero!