+1. "Zodiac" had nice production values, good acting, a nice "Hollywood moment" or two, but the end, it left me wanting a whole lot more than the movie gave.
I would take a movie like Spike Lee's "Summer of Sam" over "Zodiac" any day.
I liked (loved) the "Theatrical" version of The Warriors.
I did get the new Directors cut on HD and it does looks very nice, however, I really hated this "comic book" version, if only because the entire end credit scene was taken out. I really, really liked the mood of the original when "In the City" played in it's entirety.
Imo, this movie is big with the kids, and its not a movie that most adults could/would get into (unlike Pixar, etc. movies). I don't think a lot of parents are going to spend $10-$15 more for a HD version, when a SD version can be tossed around for cheaper.
"The colorization process" feature was very informative. Ray is 100% for colorization of his movies and 100% supervised the coloring himself. The only reason his early movies were in B&W was because of budget. He was very happy that his films ( It came from beneath the Sea, Earth vs the Flying saucers, up next) could finally match his original vision.
This BD is a no-brainer for Harryhausen fans.