I would give this film 5 stars, but the Blu-ray knocks a couple of stars off.
The Blu-ray gives us the Director's cut, which adds a few minutes footage, which in my opinion ruins the flow of some of the films best funny scenes. I would have preferred the option of watching both cuts.
The extras are pretty much the same as on the Dvd's before, which is a let-down too.
The picture quality is at times below average, and other times really nice. The opening panning shot over the neighbourhood looks like standard definition, as do many shots throughout the film, but mostly it looks good, especially the exteriors.
The sound surprisingly has a new 5.1 mix, or an optional 7.1 mix which I didn't expect.
My region 1 Dvd upscales exceptionally well, and because of that I kind of wish I hadn't bothered buying this and I actually prefer the original cut of the film.
I would still recommend it if you're a fan, especially at the low price, but don't expect to be too impressed.