Haven't seen this movie for a while, and wanted to experience it in the best possible way.
When the Paramount logo appears at the start of the movie, it looks faded and grainy and you think that the film will be an awful transfer.
Nothing could be further from the truth, as soon as the movie itself began, you are immediately impressed with the crispness and beautiful colours which pop off the screen, and the sound (on a surround set up ) is awesome, deep booming engines, tyre squeal, and music.
Haven't been this impressed with an 'older' movie transfer since I saw the Aliens Blu-Ray.
No extras except a fairly awful 90's style trailer for the film. (But I only buy… Read more