First of all I love and watch these 2 movies about twice a year.\nI have them or regular DVD pan and scan.\nThe blu-ray has a much better picture, not great but much better.\nThe package says 16x9 and 1.85, yes it is 16x9 but not 1.85.\nOn my TV if it was 1.85 there would be a black band on top of the picture and the bottom, there is not. I compared my old DVD with the new Blu-ray and the picture was the same pan and scan just expanded to fit.\nSo it's good but not great, I will still be on the look out for a true 1.85 version.\nNo problem with audio or both copy's being on this disk.
I enjoyed watching the movie from my youth; but I was expecting to have some extras on the blue-ray (I sure paid enough for that) about the death of Victor Morrrow and the two Veitnamese kids who lost their lives making this movie, to who this movie was dedicated, as well as Rod Serling. I guess the legal department who made this blue-ray disc couldn't divulge those deaths and kept what ws in the past in the past.
Learning, especially from Scorsese, in his approach to action and performance, writer/director/star Stallone has somehow contrived to make each of his movies into a more magnificent spectacle than the last.