Even Blade Runner fans will be hard pressed to sit through five versions of the movie and 6+ hours of extras.
A fairy tale for all ages. The HD DVD version has to be seen and heard to be believed.
A dull, cheaply constructed film made up of some amazing footage.
Star Trek: TOS finds another frontier: High Definition. And it's great that they found it.
Not including significant extras off of the HD release is unforgivable, but the movie and video presentation are still worth it.
Easily one of the best creature features ever made is slaughtered in Universal's HD release.
Does it "boldly go" where no previous release has gone before?
A decent if unimaginative comedy in a slightly above average HD presentation.
A solid if slow-to-start comedy makes for a wonderful, packed HD DVD.
Shrek and company have to work quickly, or Shrek is going to be doomed to ruling Far, Far Away.