After winning a long-awaiting Best Director Oscar for The Departed, Scorsese dilly-dallied around with music documentaries, a horror movie, a much-beloved but little scene kids film, and a critically acclaimed TV series, he is finally back where he was sorely missed, the hard-R criminal film. This time though, this criminal is white-collar and is based on an actual person. Profanities, drugs, escorts, random shots of a mini Jonah Hill and more abound in this film, and with a terrific cast, legendary director and a terrific script make the 3-hour run time a breeze and a pleasure to walk through. The PQ (Captured from a mixture of 35mm film and digital sources) is sharp and detailed and appropriately filmic, with the digital segments sticking out a bit more with the usual problems of motion blur and extensive light gain, but nonetheless is a great transfer representative of how the film was shot. The AQ is also well done with the dialogue being clear and centered, music mixed well ad well-chosen and surrounds put to good use. The extras though, are a bit disappointing, since I haven't heard Martin Scorsese record a commentary for one of his own films since The Aviator back in 2004 and also a lack of the Director's Cut released elsewhere in the world. Included are The Wolf Pack featurette being a 17-minute featurette about the film. The BBY exclusive also includes a bonus Blu Ray disc with featurettes about the making of the film plus interviews with DiCaprio and Scosese. Not much else, except for the featureless DVD and the UV digital copy. Still recommended for the top-notch presentation and amazing film, just pay less for the standard release and hunt for the BBY exclusive if at all possible.