I thought the audio was great, especially in the intro, and I thought the opening scenes on Krypton and space looked fantastic, but after those scenes, there weren't a huge amount of times where I felt HDR was really being used much. Now, I didn't compare it to the standard Blu-ray or anything, so this is more of a general comparison to other HDR content I've seen. The 4K detail was good, but personally I'm more interested in a good HDR grade than added detail. While black levels were usually fine, there were a few scenes where I noticed them look a bit hazy, and even in scenes where the black levels were good, shadows still looked a bit flatter than I would have liked. I personally think applying a higher "gamma" curve would have both revealed better use of color and would have allowed for better dynamic range. Overall, I'm glad I received this as a gift, as I don't quite think it would have been worth the money for a double dip. Also, while the usage of HDR is minimal, it's still an overall better looking image with a great soundtrack, and I'll certainly be watching this version on future rewatches.
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