As I don't have enough time to view every Blu-ray from beginning to end, I tend to spot-check, spending a quality fifteen minutes or so with each disc.
Most of the time that works.
But not with Norma Rae, which I'd not seen in several years.
After checking the opening, and a few other sequences, I found myself into reel three, and was unable to continue spot-checking.
Sally Fields performance is about as riveting as they come. And its impact has lost no passion in the intervening 35 years. Ron Leibman, as the union organizer is wonderfully natural.
On Fox's Blu-ray Norman Rae, which has a gritty texture to it, generally appears great. An occasional green bent to some sequences, which may be the proper look -- I have no memory the original, original prints of which would be of no use as reference, as they'd be totally faded. Unfortunately, cinematographer John Alonzo, is no longer around to consult.
Image - 4
Audio - 3-5 (some distortion, which may be in the original mags)