And it’s beautiful.
The film holds up wonderfully.
Color, densities, black levels (further supported by HDR) work nicely on a proper panel, but can’t cut in projection – at least with a Sony.
Grain structure in 4k might be annoying to some. I tend to love it.
Does the film need the 4k treatment? Don’t know. It’s certainly a bit sharper under examination.
The addition of Dolby Atmos adds a bit more aural aura.
Consider it one of the free discs in the Collection.
I do have one suggestion for those who package these discs, and it’s cropped up before. It would be greatly appreciated if the higher resolution disc might be packaged on the right hub, and the other on the left. In many cases, this is the case. But in others…
Which has led to be glaring at a disc, wondering why it looks wrong, only to check and find that it’s a DVD or standard issue Blu-ray.
In the case the 4k was on the left, but I had the technology to switch them.
For those who may be unaware, this is a Tom Cruise film, aided and abetted by Renee Zellweger, and Cuba Gooding, Jr. took home the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.
4k Image – 5 – OLED Panel<br />
4k Image – 4.5 – Projection
Audio – 5 (Dolby Atmos)
Pass / Fail – Pass
Upgrade from Blu-ray – Yes
Very Highly Recommended
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