I was pleasantly surprised by this film. I'm not a big fan of the franchise but this one was very entertaining, especially when viewed on an IMAX screen.
However, I am mainly posting here because I am interested in something the reviewer brought up. Does anyone know the process involved for how DD or DTS is chosen for a Blu-ray release? I am curious as to how DTS has kind of taken over most of the major Blu-ray releases (or at least it seems that way to me).
I think that would be a great story if one of the professionals writing for the site could provide the answers. Or maybe I'm just the only geek who wonders about things like this . . . . . .