Thank goodness this movie was made during the HD era of resolution for private play, whether it be Blue Ray, 4K or digital steaming. Just for kicks I put in the DVD that came with my brother's Blue Ray purchase, and I was immediately hoping that there was no one who's only seen this movie on that format. Naturally, it really shines in the cinema, but watch it on DVD and you'll greatly appreciate the other home viewing options. Now his TV is a bit older and it's a basic DVD player, but his Blue Ray disc looks fine on his Xbox. This visually gorgeous movie looks on DVD like a VHS version.