I saw this film at the cinema with my dad when I was 14. I remember two things about it clearly, its a funny funny film and the sound was amazing. The scene set in the church before the final act had a stunning rendition of O Holy Night and Carol of the Bells. I was so impressed with the way the sound moved round the cinema, it was probably the first time I ever really noticed it.
Watching this film with my kids, its still funny, but the transfer was terrible and the sound completely flat. Even during the opening fox logo it was clear that this was a dusty low quality print. This is a single layer DVD5 in 2.1, which is just shoddy. Doubtless we'll watch it a few times and I did buy it for the kids, but this was very very disappointing to watch. I'd still recommend the film, but I'm not alone in thinking that this is not the DVD to buy if you value picture quality. I would give the film four stars and the transfer nil, so two overall.