14 comments

  • By HarryZulu
    June 07, 2012
    01:02 PM

    I can't wait for this release...expecting a truly spectacular blu-ray.
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  • By David Lim
    June 07, 2012
    01:05 PM

    One of the most creative menus I have ever seen!
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  • By John
    June 07, 2012
    01:34 PM

    Want!!!!
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  • By thevoid99
    June 07, 2012
    05:24 PM

    Me want!!!!!
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  • By Sidney
    June 07, 2012
    05:35 PM

    One of the coolest DVD menus I have ever seen. Why can't more menus be this awesome?
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  • By Margaret
    June 07, 2012
    10:24 PM

    Posters/Prints/Commemorative steins please?!
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  • By Kevin
    June 08, 2012
    01:08 AM

    So is this only for the DVD? Blu-Rays don't usually have the same menus as the DVDs.
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  • By Matt
    June 08, 2012
    01:28 PM

    I haven't seen the film - I have this faint suspicion that it's the kind of movie that works best if you've seen it first at a certain age, which may be an unfair prejudice - but I love the menu screens.
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    • By Craig J. Clark
      June 11, 2012
      03:42 PM

      Don't be so sure about that. If you watch with an open mind, just about any film, regardless of its age, can be rewarding.
  • By Seth
    June 08, 2012
    07:15 PM

    Too bad, we probably won't see these on blu-ray.
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  • By Chuck
    June 11, 2012
    10:52 AM

    Does it have the original "split screen" finale scenes or the home-video one-at-a-time paste-up job?
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  • By Shaun
    June 12, 2012
    04:21 AM

    Yeah, menus are a big draw-back for blu-rays. I will sometimes get the DVDs because their packaging, booklets, and menus are better in my opinion.
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  • By dingleberry96
    June 14, 2012
    05:35 PM

    I really hope Criterion releases these as special prints or maybe a postcard set. I really want these but was bummed they were not on the Blu-ray release.
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  • By Emily A.
    February 13, 2013
    04:45 PM

    They are beautiful, as is the paper packaging for H&M. Great work by Jordan Crane!
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