You're now all expected to purchase the Everlasting Moments Blu that was just posted on the site.
I will. I just caught up, surprised at the furor over my comment. The movie has a particular tonal palatte that I think bluray will really show off the nuance of. What's more, it doesn't really make sense to buy dvds of new release movies when I have bluray capacity. I've got more movies than I need and many I don't get around to watching for a long while. So it's no great problem to put off buying a new release film like Everlasting Moments on the hopes that it will come out in blu down the line (still waiting on Z, probably a lost cause, but oh well, I've got dozens of unwatched movies I own and netflix and tcm to turn to instead). I do buy things I feel will NEVER be released on blu, such as the Golden Age of Television, all the eclipse sets and Make Way for tomorrow, for example. I vote with my dollars, so to speak. I spend far more on theatrical screenings a year than I do buying home video, although I've watched only about fifty movies so far this year (really low for me) forty of them have been in a theatre, most of those repertory screenings. So to me, it is less about having it to watch in my own home as it is about being able to watch it at all. I don't really ever expect to see Everlasting Moments in a theatre again, so when I do watch it again, I'd like it to be closer in quality to the film experience than what dvd offers. DVD is very very good, but my career has me working with compressed video every day, I see compression in blurays too--and in films that have had 2k Digital intermediates in the theatre, and I simply much prefer watching a 24hz 1080p image because it does not distract me as much as DVDs do.