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I first discovered the Criterion Collection when I was just a teenager. I wish it would have been a lot sooner. Every film I have seen in the collection has given me something in return, whether it be an understanding or just pure joy and amazement. I thank you Criterion for putting out wonderful films that everyone should experience once in their life. The only thing that I can even utter is wrong with this collection is that every Terrence Malick film should be in it.
My list really needs to be my top 634. I chose the films that have really stuck out to me.
My favorite film. My favorite director. It's amazing how Terrence gets me every time with just his visuals. Every time I watch this it gives me chills. I'm so glad he came back after 20 years and made his masterpiece.
Simply Amazing. The best technicolor film ever made. Visually stunning.
One of, if not THE, greatest looking films ever. May not have the best story ever, still a good one, but just put this film on mute and you will be amazed!
I love courtroom dramas and this one is the best. The acting is superb and the story is great. A great film for everyone.
I think I probably watch this film 10 times a year. Its great to see all of these actors where they were just beginning. I was born in 89 so I never witnessed the 70's at all. This film, by what I hear from everyone, is the closest you can get to that decade in a film. I loved every minute of this film. You weren't watching it, you were living it.
The story of Titanic is a mesmerizing one to me. I get so drawn in by knowing that the passengers on the ship had to have been going through a great deal of shock and nervousness. While I do like Cameron's version, Baker's is definitely greater in many aspects.
Cinematic poetry. Beautiful.
Steve McQueen can direct a film. I cannot wait to see all of his future endeavors in the industry. Very moving film.
I have to make a tie here but if i had to give the nod, it would be for Darjeeling. My dad has three brothers and I see all four of them in these three characters. Maybe thats biased but thats ok with me.
This is Probably Wes's best film. The acting is great. One of the funniest films in Criterions library.
Best film about childhood ever made. First time I saw this I fell in love with Truffaut. Love his work but this is amazing.