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  • By FG
    August 05, 2012
    07:12 AM

    For me,directors' list more important than critics' list.Of course,Tokyo Story!
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  • By QuQCDegueulasse
    August 05, 2012
    11:15 PM

    If Vertigo is king, why isn't it criterion? hint hint, plus 15 other Hitchcocks missing from criterion
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    • By Patrick
      August 07, 2012
      07:44 AM

      Films like 'Vertigo' are works of art. If there were not rights it'd be like walking into the Lourve and taking a Da Vinci for one's own museum.
    • By John Tibbetts
      August 08, 2012
      04:50 PM

      If you took a painting out of the Louvre it wouldn't be there any longer, so that comparison does not work. But if we were to go with the analogy anyway, then one could argue that "no rights" means DaVincis in everyone's living room.
  • By Jeff Stills
    August 06, 2012
    02:37 AM

    Obviously because Universal owns the rights and would never give them up. That's how these things work, Asa. Criterion would clearly release Vertigo and any and all other Universal or Paramount Hitchcocks if they could.
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    • By QuQCDegueulasse
      August 06, 2012
      10:44 AM

      I hate rights problems. Why wouldn't they let the best company put out the best movies? it just seems stupid to me and I hope they loosen up soon, because every particle of Hitchcock's work is perfect, and should be seen in the best version
  • By BlakeEvans
    August 06, 2012
    04:05 AM

    I think people are pretty content with the "Vertigo"' DVD release (just a Blu-ray will do), but underrated late gems like "Topaz" and "Frenzy" scream Criterion!
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    • By Patrick
      August 07, 2012
      07:43 AM

      Both those will be released by Universal next month in the 15 film box.

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