My review is more about the Blu-Ray disc itself, more than the movie..which I do like, but it could of been much better.
I realize you get what you pay for, and this bargain Blu-Ray disc suffers from some major flaws..
1. The film was transferred in 1080i instead of the better 1080p. The image though a noticeable upgrade from the DVD disc from years ago, the colors are a tad less than expected for Hi-Def, and also it's loaded with digital enhancement, such as edge enhancement. You can tell this is most likely from the original DVD master, but as I said a noticeable improvement over the DVD.
This however isn't the major problem, the major problem is...
2. The DTS Master Audio 2.0 track, which is a surprise as the box lists the audio as a plain Dolby Digital track. Unfortunately, the the volume is so low on this track, I had to raise it up 60, when I usually always have my amp between 22 to 35 depending on time of day. I don't care if it's a cheap disc or not there is no excuse for this error. Other than that I like this movie, and matter of fact liked it more now than back when it first was released theatrically.
Just which the picture was 1080p and sound was recorded at a normal level.. yes it's under $5 and wasn't expecting a big remaster.. but i did expect to at least hear the film.