You prefer the hatchet job that 'improved' an old scan with filtering and contrasting boosting resulting in clipping the highlights and compromised shadow detail for artificial 'inky' blacks.
Versus a carefully crafted transfer supervised and approved by the director, that has been newly scanned resulting in phenomenal accurate and natural detail along with a mostly balanced color timing and contrast.
Such a shame but at least you gave it a chance.
My only beef with this disc and this stems from how it was encoded not the restoration itself, is the periodic frame skipping due to the incorrect frame rate flag. It happens on my stand alone player but does not occur with the PS3.
Actually no, I have another issue with the disc and it is far more obnoxious it is the propensity of Lionsgate with forced trailers and making it a pain to get to the main menu. Absolutely loath and despise this practice, studios wonder why people prefer the pirated versions because they provide a superior product and experience. Load up the movie and enjoy.
Politics is like a corral, no matter where you are you'll always be shoveling it.