The movie itself is a just as I remembered it; classic Kevin Smith.
The reason I'm giving it one star is because this blu-ray is listed as having Digital HD Ultraviolet and was the main reason I purchased this disc. But once you open it up and try to redeem the code, you'll discover that it is expired. A quick email to Universal reveals that they no longer offer a UV copy of this movie and, instead, I was given the option of receiving Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Big Nope.
This practice of having digital copies expire when the case itself presents Digital HD as an added feature with no obvious warning that you might not get what you thought you were paying for is completely deceptive and unacceptable. It's like advertising the package contains both Blu-ray and DVD and finding they've removed the Blu-ray discs because that deal has expired. That obviously hasn't happened because removing a physical disc from a sealed package would be very difficult but because they can simply make digital HD codes inactive, they can do this very easily with this format. The practice of doing so is no less acceptable, though.
I've experienced this in the past with the old digital downloads format but never with UV. Needless to say, I'll be avoiding Universal movies in the future.