OAR, but not DD5.1. My take on the movie is it was trying to be too clever by half. I didn't have a lot of stuff on the DVR, so I watched it. If my DVR had been full of material, probably wouldn't have. Not bad, just not great and it should have been better with all those actors.
One thing I forgot to ask. When watching the movie, the audio went weird a couple of times and the scene seemed to jump to the "next scene" at that time. Almost like a reel change (people remember those?) had occurred too early. Never noticed anything like it before... I don't think a major segment was missed, but it was weird.
I found one of the blips (about 1 hr 37 minutes into the movie, just before Jodie is about to walk into the "barber shop"). I discussed the issue with my contact at Astral. They are aware of this situation and it's caused by a hardware limitation. They are working on a fix with their hardware supplier and thanked us for the feedback.
My analogy of a "reel change" was apparently very accurate because not all movies fit onto a single tape for encoding onto the server.