I know many of Malick's films and consider myself a fan -- much of the time. That said, I finally played Criterion's recent Blu-ray Disc of BADLANDS, a film I really like and have seen a few times, most recently on DVD about ten years ago. I thought the Blu-ray Disc looked fabulous but was surprised mono was the only audio option offered. But what really bothered me -- especially considering this is a Criterion project -- were two or three instances of weird film artifacting (if that's what my sister and I both noticed while watching) and a couple of scenes containing some really out-of-sync dialogue overdubbing. Since I haven't seen the film in a decade, I can't remember whether or not any of this garbage is on any previous version of BADLANDS, so I don't know if these things are inherent to the film itself or not. Has anyone else noticed any of this stuff?