In a few words, the "Wrestler", from Darren Aronofsky (the man behind masterpieces such as "Requiem for a Dream") is a fantastic film, and definetely Mickey Rourke's return of Triumph.
Filmed in a "realistic" and raw manner, it portrays the modern status and downfall of a once famous wrestler, who is coping with everyday problems. The days of glory are nothing but a memory and his daughter doesn't want to even know him. His only chance to regain everything lost is a proposed rematch with one of his former opponents.
If you are expecting a blockbuster film with your standard hi octane performances, then you will be disappointed. But if your want to take a glimpse at the raw world of wrestling and witness human everyday stories, gritty and real, then go for it, you will be pleasantly surprised.
The movie may have an "independent" feeling and it may seem underrated, but it is a true materpiece, worth viewing and owning.
The picture quality is excellent, it manages to show of the blu-ray format, although there aren't any spectacular scenes and million dollar special effects.