5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Paramount and Universal have produced a new master in the last couple of months, and the movie is rumoured to be getting a new blu-ray release later this year.
Much was made of the disastrous transfer the current blu-ray received, where edge enhancement and digital noise reduction rendered the film looking worse than its DVD counterpart.
Whilst it is in high definition, this blu-ray is devoid of the detail that makes it the film it is. Case in point - the opening ten minutes is supposed to look dirty and grainy - the blu-ray transfer has brushed all this detail out and it looks smooth where it shouldn't.
Wait for the apology later this year.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
If you're thinking of adding this to your blu-ray collection then you've no doubt seen the film itself many times.
The DTS-Master Audio lossless track is stunning. Absolutely sensational and worth the upgrade alone should you have the equipment to be able to showcase lossless sound.
The video is excellent. Plenty of detail and light years ahead of any DVD version you may own. Pretty much the best the film is ever going to look.
Where the disc disappoints slightly is in the extras. Only some of the wealth of features from the previous DVD releases have made it to blu-ray.
There's no making of material that I remember enjoying in the past.
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