I have this movie and unlike some I have he correct setup to playback the sound and vision. For a starters Anyone with only a Dolby Digital setup should select PCM and Bitstream, but for those of us who have DTS decoders let it rip.
I was a bit confused when this film was first released why it had a voice-over at the start. In the many extras on this disk you will find out the point in great detail.
The good thing is that the bits that were missing are now replaced and there is much more of a foreground as well as a background story.
The interchanging between scenes is much more smoother this time round with care and clarity placed into the project. Proyas learned well from doing I, Robot with the editing process. I don't think it makes the film any easier to understand but puts the chronicle of events in better detail and you the viewer are able to evaluate for yourself what is going on.
The story of the film and its basics in what the psychological effects of the mind do over time are several of the questions raised by the film, but like a rolercoaster each has to take his own journey.
The Cast support each other very well and some along the way have even picked up Oscars, The principal Cast of Keifer Sutherland, Rufus Sewel, Jennifer Connelly and John Hurt. Though there are more these are the hub charcters but when you climb on this ride you are riding with John Murdock (Rufus Sewel), Persued by Detective Bumstead (John Hurt). Keifer Sutherland sneaks in like a slithering Doctor from a Harry Potter movie, Connelly is put in as his wife. The rest is in the film. Enjoy.