The Blu-ray picture looks great. The movie is presented in 1080p 1.85:1 with a VC-1 encoded transfer. The images are sharp and detailed even when the scenes take place in the dark or low lighting locations. The movie certainly lives up to the current standards of video presentation. The sound is presented in DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1. The mix makes good use of all the speakers with the ambient noise of New York City coming through the surrounds, creating an immersive feel. The dialogue is clear and mixed at a volume where it does not get drowned out by the other sounds. The Blu-ray hosts the usual array of special features including deleted scenes, feature commentary with writer/director George Nolfi, a “Labyrinth of Doors” featurette spotlighting various locations from the movie, interviews with Damon and Blunt discussing their characters, and a featurette about how Blunt prepared for her role as a professional dancer.