I finally watched the entire thing in one sitting. I changed my opinion on the BD.
The picture has good depth of field. Solid black levels, the red looks particularly bold. And the detail is great. With Ms. Portman, you can see most of the blemishes on her face. She has a nasty pimple on the top of her head that you can see after she's shaved. The wrinkled faces of most of the actors fare the same The grain spikes at moments, but for the most part the clarity is really good. There's no EE and no DNR at all, it's untouched.
I wasn't disappointed with PQ at all. I'm sure there is room for improvement though.
There aren't a lot of scenes that really need the surrounds. And the action sequences and any scene with serious pontificating do seem to be boosted a bit. I think however did the mix on this was just having a bad day at the time. Some gunshots will want to destroy your sub, while the revolver at the end sounds like a cap gun(I think it has always sounded like that). Sonic detail is good, it's just that the mix is lacking(some of the sounds are prioritized awkwardly). It does have some nice LFE though.
Ridiculous codec tier sig gone. Still AVC/24bit lossless fanboy.
Studio quality tier
Most Major studios>Small Studios>dogs>cats>Warner(the guys that do new movies)