Just thought this should have its own thread here, as sometimes folks don't visit the review section. The Other is an almost impossible film to pull off due to its literary conceit, which works perfectly in the novel - one of the great literary hat tricks ever and right up there with Ira Levin's hat trick in A Kiss Before Dying, whose film version also struggles to pull off what is almost an impossibility. I won't say more than that, but anyone who has either read or seen the film of The Other knows whereof I speak. That said, Mulligan does a wonderful job of trying - the film is beautifully shot, and wonderfully acted and Jerry Goldsmith's score is one of his very best. But where this Twilight Time Blu-ray really shines is in the transfer - Fox has done glorious work here. This film's theatrical prints were not so hot, and this is the best this film has ever looked. The color is completely accurate and glorious, and the film's photography by Robert Surtees is perfectly rendered throughout. I don't mention any softness or any other issue that is a part of the principal photography of the film because that is irrelevant since it is rendered true to the source, which is all anyone could ask for. This is a five-star transfer straight down the line and if you love or even like this film, it's a purchase well worth making. And it's great to have the isolated score track, too, which has several cues that weren't used in the film.