I watched it this weekend, and enjoyed it more than any other time I've seen it. I echo Bruce's superlative review. The stunning restoration allows us to sink into the film without distraction. One line always stands out to me, not because of what's said, but because of the language. When Elsa is looking for Michael in Chinatown, she's appropriately speaking Chinese (don't know if it's Mandarin or Cantonese) with people on the street. However, the woman in the ticket booth says "Konbonwa" to her, which is "Good Evening" in Japanese. The rest of their exchange is Chinese.