Picture quality: 8,5/10
Aspect ratio: 2,35:1 (orig.)
Audio: D; GB
ST: D; GB o/-
RC: B (A;C?)
Bonus: Flip-covers; Making-ofs; Interviews (e.g. Harald Reinl, archive); unseen footage; text infos etc.
All 3 Blu-rays look fairly good with very few exceptions (acc. to bonus-info for these shots no original film negatives were available; ca. 3-4 per movie). Colours (red, blue, yellow) are too vibrant at times, but maybe that's true to the original releases shown in cinemas?
PS: If you're not happy with your home theatre's performance, there might be another reason: Unfortunately many manufacturers' tv-presets are faulty (...what a waste of machinery!). To optimize your Full HD monitor, no easy task with today's complex high tech flat tvs (-> color gamut, gamma, white balance etc), you might like to check out this UK website:
It will provide you with expert tests+reviews and settings that can make the best of your tv set and help reduce power consumption too!
- Simply go to: "all reviews",
- select your tv (knock off last characters/digits on model no. -> UK plugs),
- go to "settings"/"calibration"
- adjust your flat tv (during this you might switch menu language on your tv to "English")