To be certain, there are arguments, both good and bad, on both sides of the coin here. If we are to make any real progress though, we need to cut to the heart of the issue and realize what we're really arguing about here. Even though this thread has blown up, I still think there is a mixed reaction on what people are and aren't seeing, etc.
The good thing is that some posters have already revealed what the "smoking gun" is. Unfortunately, there has not been a proper follow-up that we can use as evidence yet. Scene-specific color grading is one thing, but a green hue/tint throughout the entire feature? C'mon, fellas, let's call it like we see it. For the doubters, can someone please post the photoshop files of the intro, closing credit, and even subtitles helping to show that throughout the feature, there is green color information (or the tint) throughout? That's the "smoking gun", and as other posters have mentioned, yes, the numbers don't lie.
Before we keep going off on other things, let's get a consensus on what exactly is going on with the tint issue. If we can prove (with photo/photoshop evidence) that green tint overlaps the entire feature, then we can change the argument and start discussing whether the feature-length green tint was director-approved or not. In my opinion, I strongly, strongly suspect that there was an authoring error and we have a bad transfer that, while it is more than watchable, could potentially be much, much better and on a level of quality matching the other two films.
I know everyone has different sets, different calibrations, different eyes, and so forth, but if we reference the master video file directly from the disc, we will have undeniable proof on what's really going on here. Did PJ & company color grade certain scenes or was a blanket green tint put over the ENTIRE feature? Of course, it's more noticeable in some segments than others, but we really need to get proof showing that it is there throughout, even if we can or cannot see it with our eyes due to individual differences.