I have 2 points on that. First one is that I would agree that there can be as many releases as needed, but a change in the mentality is what I mean there. A release in MB is a FULL release. I am thinking more on the Discogs and AllMusic method where there is a master release, then versions under it. In this way, there would not be duplicate information, like track lists, added, just a more elaborate version of a release event. I am not really aware of any of the current resources going to that level, typically a movie is indexed as a movie, the barcode and all of that is not considered. Release country to country is a release event with a date, certification and type.
Second is that on a digital level, most of that does not even matter. If I have the movie in a language, I have that movie in that language. So, although I do respect the details noted in the prior, for my purposes, all I need is the movie to be listed. Meaning, I can look and see “Movie A” and say… yes I have it and yes I watched it. It does not matter for the purpose I mentioned whether or not the movie has barcode 123 or 456, or came in a DVD case or jewel case, all that matters is “Movie A”. Having said that, I am not at all disagreeing that more detail would make the implementation here stand out, as long as there would be consideration for those who want to use it for purposes that do not want that detail. Example, maybe one could reference the “release group” for those purposes and not a specific release under it.
That is one area that MB fails for half of what I use it for. If I am making a playlist for an event, I do not need to be worried about a label or country or what sticker is where, I just need to know “Song A”. Personally, if I made it for myself, I would make a release group for “CD1” separate for a 12 track standard issue and a 15 track deluxe issue. Under each group would be the different meta data for the barcode and such, but the meat of the release would be in the group and the release nuder it would be an enhanced release event if that makes sense. Just an idea that may accommodate all users.