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  • By Gavin M.
    January 08, 2013
    02:33 PM

    I would love to see blu-ray editions of both Short Cuts and Scenes From A Marriage (I don't know if Criterion's rights expired on either of these, but I hope not). Also, I would love to see Todd Haynes's Safe added to the collection. That film, along with Short Cuts and Vanya on 42nd Street, made me fall in love with Julianne Moore.
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  • By beastWAVE
    January 08, 2013
    03:44 PM

    I would love to see films such as Wim Wenders' The American Friend, Lynch's Blue Velvet and Wild At Heart added. All three films have very poor Blu Ray releases. Francis Ford Coppola's underrated and seemingly forgotten Rumble Fish as well. I think the visual beauty of Ridley Scott's The Duellists, and his misunderstood dark fantasy Legend would make nice additions.
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  • By Daniel W.
    January 09, 2013
    10:34 AM

    Eraserhead would be a nice addition to the collection and so would P.T. Anderson's Hard Eight. I would also like to see Dersu Uzala on criterion blu-ray and a criterion blu-ray of Andrei Rublev. But I want to see some animated films in the collection. How about Mamoru Oshii's Angel's Egg or even the Richard Williams cut of The Thief and the Cobbler?
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    • By beastWAVE
      January 09, 2013
      03:02 PM

      I'm surprised there are no animated films in the collection already. For starters Akira comes to mind. One of the most important animated features in the history of film.
    • By Daniel W.
      January 09, 2013
      10:04 PM

      I remember the Akira Criterion Laserdisc! That was awesome despite the horrible english dub. On the whole, I would love to see Angel's Egg in the collection. Animation is a part of film history and some Mamoru Oshii would be a good place to start.
    • By Eddie J Romero
      January 30, 2013
      01:46 AM

      I agree, I would like to see some animated films added to the Criterion Collection. I recommend 'Alakazam the Great' the original Japanese version along with the dubbed U.S. version. Any title by the very talented Ralph Bakshi would also be very welcome.
  • By Dan
    January 09, 2013
    01:36 PM

    Eraserhead and Mulholland Drive....Please?
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  • By Joe
    January 12, 2013
    01:17 AM

    Boy in window = Terence Davies' "The Long Day Closes", perhaps!
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  • By Criteriophile
    January 12, 2013
    09:13 PM

    There are 42 windows. Could it be 42nd Street?
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  • By Michael
    January 14, 2013
    09:25 PM

    Before I die can we have an unedited version of Ken Russell's The Devils?
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    • By Steven
      January 29, 2013
      03:38 PM

      Agreed!
    • By Eli
      March 04, 2013
      02:37 PM

      I couldn't agree with you more sir. This film is long overdue for a proper release. Easily one of the greatest films ever made; yet sadly, it has been relegated to mediocre releases such as the Euro Cult and BFI versions. It's a travesty that this film has not yet received the Criterion treatment.
  • By Neo
    January 18, 2013
    08:51 AM

    LA STRADA FELLINI
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  • By Chris Kangas Miller
    January 19, 2013
    10:58 AM

    Punch Drunk Love? PTA was hanging out in the criterion office and said he was working on a blu-ray release...
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    • By Jordan Ambuehl
      January 19, 2013
      01:18 PM

      Source? This is VERY exciting!
    • By Daniel W.
      January 19, 2013
      11:23 PM

      I hope that is true. And a blu-ray release of Hard Eight would be most welcome.
  • By Garage_Alien
    January 21, 2013
    03:03 PM

    George Washington and Ratcatcher blu ray upgrades...please!!
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  • By Daniel W.
    January 28, 2013
    07:24 PM

    Breaking the Waves on Criterion blu-ray please!!!!!
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  • By Jacob_Schmotzer
    January 29, 2013
    04:38 PM

    Leaves and music notes: Autumn Sonata, perhaps?
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  • By The Great Artiste
    January 29, 2013
    08:14 PM

    Eraserhead!
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  • By Punit Singh
    January 29, 2013
    10:18 PM

    Man hanging from clock - Safety Last! (1923) - http://ia.media-imdb.com/images/M/MV5BMTg4MzE5NDIyOF5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTYwNzU2MDI2._V1_SY105_CR24,0,105,105_.jpg
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    • By Midnightrunner
      January 30, 2013
      02:44 AM

      Or Back to the Future? Well, I guess this wouldn't fit in the C-portfolio.....
  • By Colin Morgan
    January 30, 2013
    04:30 PM

    Since people are talking about PTA, perhaps the 9 stories of the apartment complex pictured could be a reference to the opening scene of Magnolia?
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  • By Arik Manley
    February 15, 2013
    03:12 AM

    I'm so excited to see some Lynch finally on here! And yeah, Criterion should definitely get some anime out there, especially Satoshi Kon's films!
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  • By Mark Grant
    February 16, 2013
    05:12 AM

    Please "Don't Look Now" and "City of the Lost Children" blu-ray.
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  • By David Kelly
    February 16, 2013
    10:57 AM

    Man in the far left window= "Scanners"! Man climbing building = "Eraserhead"! Woman in window = (possibly) "Atlantic City"??
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  • By Christian Olson
    August 09, 2013
    03:04 PM

    How long must we wait for Criterion to release Paramount's (I believe their archives are available to Criterion) release of Altman's NASHVILLE on Blu-Ray?
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  • By Jaime_R
    November 06, 2013
    05:15 PM

    La Dolce Vita (Federico Fellini), Los Olvidados (Luis Buñuel), Tristana (Luis Buñuel), The Celebration (Thomas Vinterberg), Accatone (Pier Paolo Pasolini), and Don't Look Now (Nicholas Roeg) please. Please add these films.
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