Some things are meant to be analog. sigh.
Cigarette burns, dirty film, blurry images (compared to Blu-Ray), miss queues on reel changes, broken film, sound sync, people kicking your seat, talking during the movie, making you move cus they didnt bother to take a pee before the movie, marks on the screen, hallway lights being cast onto the screen, etc, etc...yea give me more of that!
Analog sounds so good...err no it doesn't.
Visual artifacts, MPG blocks, obvious gradients, dropped frames, unnatural color palettes, 'lit grey' as the new black, overshoot, undershoot, light bleed and weird aliasing...yeah, give me more of that!
Just to point out, those are all problems with DVD's and old LCD/Plasma TV's. Get a new LCD with a high color contrast ratio, and blu-ray...everything you listed is non-existent.