Presented in the original 1.85:1 theatrical ratio and in 1080p high definition, the picture is not quite 100% as sharp as I’d have expected. There’s little to complain about, but it just doesn’t feel on top form.
Audio-wise, the film is in DTS 5.1 HD Master Audio and while there’s no gunfire or explosions to make use of that, there is good use of sound for chase scenes and other incidental music.
The extras are as follows and may give spoilers so if you haven’t seen the film, look away now:
The menu features clips from the film while the theme plays in the background. There are subtitles in English, French and Spanish and the total number of chapters is 20, which is a reasonable amount for a film running for around 1hr 45 mins.
However, I wish Universal wouldn’t use their own form of ‘pause’ screen of a Universal logo turning from one side to the other and back again. Just seems odd and pointless that they defy convention.
Also, it takes a fair amount of time of the main menu to actually come up. Rather than load it in as soon as possible, they make the machine waste time by bringing up an image of four titles they want you to rent… most of which have now been shown on TV anyway.
Director: George Nolfi
Producer: Bill Carraro, Michael Hackett, Chris Moore and George Nolfi
Screenplay: George Nolfi (based on a short story, “Adjustment Team” by Philip K Dick)
Music: Thomas Newman
David Norris: Matt Damon
Elise Sellas: Emily Blunt
Charlie Traynor: Michael Kelly
Harry Mitchell: Anthony Mackie
Richardson: John Slattery
McCready: Anthony Ruivivar
Donaldson: Donnie Keshawarz
Thompson: Terence Stamp
Running time: 106 minutes
Cat no: 8282398
Released: July 2011
Picture: 1080p High Definition
Sound: 5.1 DTS HD Master Audio
Languages: English, French, Spanish
Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
Disc Format: BD50
Price: £15.97 (Blu-ray), £17.93 (Limited Edition Blu-ray), £9.99 (DVD)
Distributor: Universal Pictures UK