I grew up with Baywatch, though it was never much of a favorite, so I missed more episodes than I saw. I rarely miss anything starring The Rock though and was eager, though not hopeful, to see this. Hardly great, but I don't subscribe to the notion that all films should be A Beautiful Mind - which, by comparison, Baywatch is a LOT more fun to watch. Like most people, subjectively, there were parts I could have done without. But who wants to focus on the negative, in a world where there's plenty of that going around?
I do want to warn that, playing the extended cut, their were numerous slight audio hesitations throughout the film, likely related to disc branching. At one point the audio goes badly out of sync for about 2-5 minutes of the film. The problem won't affect everyone though. Reportedly those downconverting the audio for soundbar and TV speaker playback don't notice it - possibly because it doesn't effect lossy/stereo playback, or maybe their display sizes were much smaller or their seating distance much greater, where it was less noticeable. More likely, it's a growing pain of Dolby Atmos, where, combined with all the branching required for the extended cut, the disc authors failed to encode it correctly for those of us who don't have Atmos and are instead listening to TrueHD extracted from the Atmos track. We watched the film using a Marantz AVR and Oppo BD player.
For those who value content over packaging, Best Buy's exclusive is the one you want. Gratefully, the bonus content is actually on a physical disc, not just download vaporware. And it's an actual Blu-ray no less, not an outdated DVD. If Best Buy would have also commissioned a unique lenticular slipcover, like they often do, it would have been even better.