On a calibrated display, yes. But Average Joe with an uncalibrated set might not notice them.
Back near release date, we analyzed the infamous mines of moria screenshots compared to the DVD and Theatrical BR. The blacks are not 'crushed' in the common usage meaning clipped, but rather shadow detail has been dimmed along with the rest of the image. The entire image has been dimmed (aka the sunglasses comments). It's just that dimming shadow detail has a much more profound effect down there where the (properly calibrated) gamma curve is flatter. Increasing the gain on the screenshots (or TV) showed that the same amount of shadow detail is visible and blacks are the same brightness as the other versions.
So its definitely possible that someone who had an improper black level calibration on their TV (like someone choosing the 'expanded' HDMI level in their Blu-ray player thinking it must be better), would not notice the lack of shadow detail, and would come on here reporting "Hey, I just got my copy and nothing's wrong with it." Or, you could also have the guy who thinks his set is 'calibrated' with a simple DVD, but doesn't realize the low-end gamma on his TV might be way off, and there's simply no way to get gamma correct with the available calibration discs.