I have been trying to find this one for a while and with help to Galactus (thank you!) I finally got to watch it today.
I watched only Disk 2 - The Cinematic Cut. My overall impression is very positive!
The DVD itself is done very professional. The menus are great, very responsive (note that I did watch it on my HT PC, as I no longer have a dedicated DVD player), very atmospheric.
The video quality is good, especially during the pre-rendeed cutscenes. In-game sections show the ago of the game but the cutscenes are amazingly good, the motion-capturing in particular.
The audio was solid during the pre-rendered cutscenes and menus, some cracking and wobbliness during captured footage but I think this is normal. I got a 2.0 on my setup but I'm unsure if this was due to codecs or the release itself.
It's obvious a lot of work has gone into the editing. From time to time the "player" shows the entire scene in sweeping 360 degree shots, which is nice. I also really enjoyed the moments when Jango's display appeared, as well as the sniper rifle section.
The "widescreen" treatment was barely noticeable and I didn't feel like parts of the screen were cut. It felt very natural in 16:9!
Admittedly, after the first half hour the firefights can get a bit too much but that is something that's unavoidable, especially in an arcade shooter such as this.
It seemed to me a lot of effort was put to trim them down as much as possible while keeping the flow of the story, which is good. Still, somehow I feel that had this edit used cheats during gameplay it would have been great; seeing Jango cut through lesser thugs even faster.
Something to note, the DVD fast forward/fast backward function is very fast and smooth, which it usually isn't on my rig (and hence why I avoid DVDs). Thumbs up here!
I haven't payed Bounty Hunter (never had a console) and couldn't really experience the story, despite wanting too. And the story is good!
As someone who doesn't have any previous knowledge I had no issue following the plot and enjoy it as a movie. I can fully recommend!
Good job, guys! And thank you!
EDIT: Just found out my dedicated sound card was disabled in BIOS after some hardware changes during Christmas, so this likely explains why I got only 2.0 stereo.... apologies for any misinformation!