So, the movie, the content, is fantastic. I won’t repeat what many have stated: this is an amazing film. Unique, fun and engaging.
So, rating-wise, I cant conscience less than five stars. Are the flaws? Yeah, plenty. But this is an original, non-Hollywood boiler-plate film. It will engage those who care.
But, to the BluRay transfer? Dear God, it sucks balls.
Can someone tell me why literally HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of YouTube videos can push me vibrant 4K contest FROM THEIR BEDROOMS (for free, no less) yet the corporate powers-that-be repeatedly fail to transfer 35mm to film with ANY visual clarity?
This is an honest question. Please, anyone, enlighten me. Because I lay my money down. And this looks like a grainy piece of garbage, that does not, in any way, do justice to the quality of this film.