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72 comments

  • By Mark Zimmerman
    August 09, 2009
    07:00 PM

    I might have already e-mailed you about the following movie but it deserves to be mentioned again.........From 1961 A Taste of Honey. Starring Dora Bryan, Robert Stephens and introducing Rita Tushingham.
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  • By Anne R.
    August 21, 2009
    06:41 PM

    I too would love to see Etorri Scola’s “La Nuit de Varennes”. It is not available anywhere (I've looked.) I joined Criterion in hopes it will be transferred to DVD soon. It is an incredibly well done film with great performances from the many actors in the film.
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  • By WALTER L LUCIANO
    August 25, 2009
    10:23 PM

    I am thrilled that a company like Criterion exists today. I am a baby boomer and miss lots of teh films you have here. I have acquired quite a collection thanks to your company and enjoy all of teh films that are not seen or available anywhere else. Clear, affordable, educational - thats what your company Criterion is all about to me. I receive your emails and a few reputable stores carry or will special order your films for me. You have many classics here that I thought were long gone and hard to find. Thanbk you Thank you Thank you Your films are time and dollars well spent at my home.
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  • By Ken
    August 30, 2009
    03:16 PM

    Please consider adding a movie called "The Grey Fox" to your collection. Richard Farnsworth is outstanding is this film, but unfortunately it is only available on VHS. This movie is a real gem!
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    • By Russell
      February 01, 2013
      12:12 AM

      Add my vote for this one-it's a shame that nobody has found a way to get this to DVD! Please, I beg you! The two copies of the VHS tapes of The Grey Fox I own will eventually give out-I'd love to be able to continue to enjoy it on DVD.
  • By Tim
    September 02, 2009
    10:30 PM

    Love the collection but I have to admit that the lack of a single Marlon Brando film is troublesome. Arguably the greatest actor ever and yet no official criterion release of any of his movies. Like others have already suggested, ow about One-eyed Jacks? I think it would fit right in with the standards the collection tries to uphold. As well, how about Viva Zapata? I also second the sentiment that more Welles is always welcome. Lastly, something a bit off the wall, how about some Laurel and Hardy??
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  • By John Keahey
    November 03, 2009
    02:41 PM

    Please, bring out Gold of Naples. This magnificent film must be restored.
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  • By James Tetreault
    November 09, 2009
    10:32 PM

    It would be wonderful if you folks could apply your special magic to Welles's Chimes at Midnight, in particular the sound quality, which is so uneven.
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    • By Peter Evans
      October 01, 2013
      07:17 PM

      Yes please
  • By stephen
    November 29, 2009
    07:06 PM

    Is there any chance you might bring out a dvd of Claude Lelouch's Les Miserables, with Jean-paul Belmondo?
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    • By Befuddled
      January 21, 2014
      02:39 PM

      Great film. I would love to be able to have my family see this. It certainly deserves a wider anglophone audience.
  • By pana photo
    November 30, 2009
    01:32 PM

    any chance you will have in your collection the traveling players or any other films of theodore angelopoulos?????????????????
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  • By Marie-Jacqueline
    October 07, 2010
    07:37 PM

    I'd very much like to see Criterion bring out DVDs of all Robert Bresson films not currently available.
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  • By louis
    November 10, 2010
    10:17 AM

    THE SANDS OF KALAHARI ON BLU-RAY would be awesome!!!!!!!
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  • By louis
    November 10, 2010
    10:22 AM

    Almost forgot, THE THIEF OF BAGDAD and THE NAKED PREY on BLU-RAY!
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  • By louis
    November 16, 2010
    11:43 AM

    THE TRAIN the last black and white action film. That CRITERION touch on blu-ray. That would be great!
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  • By CLARKE
    December 28, 2010
    05:31 PM

    Put "Hands on a Hardbody" out.
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  • By Tony
    October 15, 2011
    08:18 PM

    MATEWAN ? !!! please
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  • By Anonymous
    November 02, 2011
    09:16 PM

    Chimes at Midnight................ PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  • By F Carbonel
    February 25, 2012
    05:58 PM

    Please get the rights to Diary of a Mad Housewife on the Criterion collection.
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  • By Robert
    April 30, 2013
    07:07 PM

    LA NUIT DE VARENNES - one of the great European films of the past fifty years. Astonishing that it's never had a DVD release.
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  • By Janelle Rossignol
    June 01, 2013
    12:34 AM

    "City of Sadness," a great film by the Taiwanese master, Hou Hsiao-hsien. "Red Sorghum," by Zhang Yimou. How can you have nothing of this great director's? "La Nuit de Varennes." Brilliant from start to finish, brilliantly acted by a host of great actors.
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  • By Marjorie
    November 26, 2013
    08:42 PM

    I second adding Chimes at Midnight to thr Collection.
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