Warner usually leads the way for the major studios when it comes to DVD quality, but I'm so disappointed in the three Peter Weir films that they own. Granted, most of these were early titles from them, released before they saw the proverbial light. It's time for re-issues. Weir has directed 12 theatrical features, all of which are available on DVD. Janus owns three (plus a TV movie), Paramount owns three, Warner has three, Disney has two, and Fox has one. While reluctant to provide commentary, Weir likes to be involved in the DVD process, from approving transfers to recording interviews. He's been able to be involved with all of his DVDs, except Disney's Green Card and the three titles from Warner. The most disappointing of the bunch is Fearless. This is one of Warner's early pan-and-scan hackjobs. Weir himself expresses his disappointment with this release in this podcast. Warner has surprised me by repeatedly saying at chats that they have "no plans" to revisit this one. They did acknowledge at the last chat that The Year of Living Dangerously could use a DVD makeover. Their Mosquito Coast disc is pretty mediocre as well. Hopefully, they will get Weir involved, and use the opportunity to redo all three for a Weir promotion like Paramount did last year with their three titles.