The fifth highly rated audio review I've read, and again, not a mention of the duplicated out-of-sync surround channel information that drifts further ahead in sync as the film progresses until it's about 7 seconds ahead by the time we get to the End Titles, making for a messy and sometimes cacophonous surround channel mix throughout. I enjoyed the film and I think there's a nice mix in there if that incorrect music audio was cleared out. It was obviously something that happened after the dubbing stage mix, during the blu-ray audio preparation. There's no way music editors or mixers would have let this issue pass. I'm amazed that no one else has been bothered by this issue.