Ridley Scott is one of the best directors who has ever lived with Alien, Thelma & Louise, Gladiator and Black Hawk Down just to scrape the surface of this multi-faceted filmmaker. He has a huge and wildly varied resume of films and his latest seems one of his most divisive and varied as of late. Exodus: Gods and Kings isn't his first foray into the sword-and-sandal biblical film (Heck, it isn't even his first sword-and-sandal epic) but this is one of his more interesting films, though far from his best. Visually its a feast with some great cinematography and epic CGI visuals, and some good performances, but other than that, it is fairly flat and was done better with Cecil B. DeMille's classic 1956 epic The Ten Commandments. This film is just too modern (Shot digitally didn't help matters either) to ever be a classic, with some weird casting choices and a screenplay with too many hands stirring the pot, but at least it isn't terrible like Left Behind. The PQ & AQ are outstanding with the 3D being truly awe-inspiring, with some of the best 3D in some time and the 7.1 DTS-HD soundtrack really being show-off worthy to everyone you see. And, as usual, the extras package is quite extensive (As per Scott's usually excellent home video release from LaserDisc on up to BluRay) with an awesome array of extras exclusive to the 3D release (The 2D release only has a few extras). Disc one is the 3D bluray sans extras, disc 2 (Or the only disc from the BluRay+Digital HD release) containing a commentary with Scott and co-writer Jeffrey Caine, deleted scenes in 2D and in 3D on the disc and a historical trivia track of sorts. Disc 3 contains a 2 1/2 documentary with 50 minutes of enhancement pods on this extra, some featurettes on pre-production, production and post-producion, trailers, tv spots and social media featurettes. Quite truly one of the best blurays of 2015, if one can only say the same about the film in 2014, but the extras more than make up for the price alone. Buy it now!!!