Although this film is one of the most intelligent and imaginative of its genre, with brilliant acting and a superb storyline, Columbia/Tristar has completely bungled the labeling and formatting of its multiple and differing releases of this great movie. Even Amazon.ca, the prime seller of the film for which this review is written, remains oblivious to the mislabeling of the DVD, despite my personal return of the product for a full refund, and my informing the company of the bogus, misleading nature of how the movie is described on Amazon.ca's own web-page. So I'll try one more time to explain to all potential customers, that this film is not the "Widescreen/Full Screen" version Amazon keeps insisting it is. It is not. What it is, in actuality, is the inferior Full Screen, pan & scan version that no real fan of any film ever wants by choice. The movie is virtually ruined with one-third of its image chopped-off of each side, and a five-star film is quickly reduced to a one-star rip-off of the original. That being said, the widescreen version of Starman is simply not available for any price from any seller that I could find. If you simply must have this otherwise outstanding gem, settle for the Full Screen version. A Blu-ray version is due soon, and that's the one to get, which is the one I'll be getting. Since almost all Blu-ray discs are widescreen, I needn't worry about a mislabeling problem. Don't bother writing Columbia, either; they're not interested in hearing how some great films are mishandled and virtually destroyed by marketeers who obviously know little or nothing about the film business.