We get a brand new enhanced 2.35:1 anamorphic transfer for this re-release, and it certainly improves on the previous letterboxed R1 edition of the movie. The image is certainly sharper and more defined than the original DVD, with only a few scenes looking a little softer than the rest of the print. Colour reproduction is very good, appearing natural and well saturated. There are no signs of any noise at all, nor does the print suffer from colour smearing, instead Blacks are stable and shadow detail is very good indeed. Considering this is an eleven year old production, the clean up makes things look very good indeed, with not a hint of any artifacting or pixilation problems. Paramount has done a good job with this re-release and it does look very good indeed, just not quite up to the same standard as newer transfers.