This to a T.I agree with most of what Todd wrote, especially regarding the technical merits of this release. I was fortunate enough to score a steeldisk exclusive cover from Best Buy.
My one difference, and it's largely personal, is the description of Tucker's character. Upon my many revisitings of this movie (probably dozens of times), his performance has grown from mildly annoying (I was focused on Willis and Jovovich on first view) to hilarious. Now I take just as much if not more pleasure in Holm and Tucker's performances as I do the primary performances. I'd include Oldman in there as well, I found his portrayal mildly annoying at first and now consider it brilliant. Again, different strokes for different folks, but this is how the film and the actors have grown on me over the years. I think I own this film in 4 different versions (1 DVD, 2 BD releases over the years, and now in 4K). That's how much I love this film.
People forget he was on Moonlighting for 66 episodes...I will say this, I'll give Bruce credit for nailing the humorous parts.