This was an awkward time for Director Ridley Scott. Post-Alien and Pre-Gladiator, Scott was regarded as a great sci-fi director without the arms for a great drama. Demi Moore was not thought of as an amazing actress but rather a decent leading lady. Viggo Mortensen was, well, nobody before Lord of the Rings came along.
There are a few spots and blemishes throughout the movie which would be expected for a movie from the 80s but is a little disappointing on a movie that came out in the 90s. These blemishes aside, the audio is seemless and sounds great on a 5.1 system.
Until the day comes that standard DVDs go the way of VHS, you would probably be better off saving your money on this upgrade. Although the movie is decent, not great, the transfer is equivalent to a bare bones DVD.