One of the greatest business scandals since Judas is documented in the Academy Award®-nominated Enron: The Smartest Guys In The Room. Through creative accounting (cook bookkeeping) and ingenius marketing (Ask Why?), the captains of the Enron ship pushed stocks to the atmosphere and jumped ship long before anyone else knew that the company was sinking. Based on the book The Smartest Guys In The Room: The Amazing Rise And Scandalous Fall Of Enron by Bethany McLean and Peter Elkind. (Suzanne Hodges)
Special features include the same audio commentary as on the DVD, the high-definition HDNet show "Higher Definition" on the making of the movie, and high-definition previews.
The 1.78:1 Blu-ray Disc picture looks better than the DVD, with a cleaner, more consistent quality, but is not as sharp and well resolved as the best high-definition releases. That said, the image is still relatively inconsistent, as can be expected from a collection of video and film from different sources. (Danny Richelieu)
The Dolby® Digital and DTS® Digital Surround™ 5.1-channel encodings quality is subjugated to the problems in the various sources, but generally they can sound harsh and without much surround dimensionality. The DTS track sounds slightly less harsh, with better refined fidelity. (Danny Richelieu)