TDK transfer is completely messed up. Major dnr , and crazy increase in contrasts.
And then there's the color timing question
On The Dark Knight Blu-ray transfer, the biggest error by far the biggest error its producers committed was the complete change of the film's original color timing. The Dark Knight was not copied with an optical printer. The original material I held it in my hands it was gorgeous. It was absolutely gorgeous. It was
I fell flat off my chair. (Laughs) The colors are so different compared to those that appear in the Blu-ray transfer. I've seen the Blu-ray once, and I've never looked at it again. It's very unfortunate too because it makes the Blu-ray image exactly what it is.
And finally the problem BatLobsterRises addressed.
The Begins one just looks too damn soft. I know some of it is really just Wally's style , but sometimes it's too damn much.
They pale in comparison with Rises transfer (its just too damn gorgeous)