Well of those 3 it is clear that the broadcast is the one closest to the transfer (the green tint isn't an issue).
there are 2 possibilities for what we are seeing:
1. The DVD, Broadcast, and Bluray are all using an ugly source and thus each looks bad.
2. The DVD, Broadcast, and Bluray are all using a reasonable source and the problems are that the original production just looks bad.
I am inclined to believe that it is a little bit of each, but I have a suspicion that the original post-pro work on it was just AWFUL in many ways. I hope many of the scenes can someday look like the film it was shot on, but it may be that all of the post-pro necessary to merge the cgi stuff with the film stuff just reduced everything and what we end up getting is that nasty low-res low-fidelity look of emulated cinema.
edit- but the overall look is just so bad, its really hard to believe that such an ugly nasty low-res look is from a 21st century movie with a 100 million dollar budget. I hope there is a higher quality version out there and we really are just looking at a nasty artifact from the master made for the dvd era.