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Strange additions to the Collection. Not necessarily bad films, but they don't seem like they belong. No Tiny Furniture, because Criterion often likes to release debuts from promising filmmakers.
The fact that this was in the Collection once surprises me and makes me very happy. After all, what's wrong with being sexy?
Criterion in the laserdisc days were really willing to expand their film horizons (not always for the better, though; The English Patient and Evita, anyone?). And having some of those films make it to DVD is just great, especially when it means a brilliant film like this makes it in.
To be in the Collection, you must fuck it in the gall bladder.
Yeah, I know, a real shocker...
A very strange TV show, and one I'm glad Criterion introduced me to. Can I have a bite of your sandwich?
How thankful I am that Criterion got the chance to release this. Two of my favorite things, Monty Python and Criterion, together at last.
An oddity in the Collection for sure. It's not helped by the fact that the disc isn't very good at all.
I will unironically stand up for this film. But it sure as hell sticks out like a sore thumb.
The Criterion Collection: Home of Kurosawa, Bergman, Ozu, Nathaniel Hornblower... (I love this disc by the way, and the Beastie Boys are one of my favorite bands)
This film is damn entertaining, but its spot in the Collection is bizarre at best (not surprising, considering Michael Bay begged them to do it after seeing his music video rival David Fincher make it onto a Criterion laserdisc).
This is a strange inclusion for sure. Even more so considering it's immediately followed by Tarkovsky.
A draggy, often-tedious, and generally not very good movie. Not even Anders' name on the credit gives it much of a reason to be here.
Even with Salo already in the Collection, this is a very strange pick to be here.
A thoroughly okay swashbuckler.
Given that this is a Criterion title in name only (David Prior did all the features, and Paramount did the transfer), this choice comes with an asterisk.
Given that it's a feature on the Seventh Seal disc, it's place in the Collection is odd to say the least.
Even as an Eclipse set, this holds little interest or value.