It's simple, really.
The finally released Blu-ray of Elaine May's much discussed Ishtar, is finally in the hands of the public.
But being a Columbia / Sony product, there really isn't much to discuss.
It's a Columbia / Sony product. And therefore is presumed to be superb.
And it is.
Whatever one thinks of the film, and it is fun, the new Blu-ray is perfect.
Worth your 105 minutes? Actually, yes. You might just enjoy it, and at least you'll be able to tell your friends that you've seen it.
Image - 5
Audio - 5 (DTS-HD MA 5.1)
This is listed a "Director's cut." Not really certain what that means, as the running time is still 107 minutes. Could be the re-instatement of a deleted word.