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Sidney: “Criterion is going to make Hemingway very happy this July with this release. Two films for the price of one: a 1946 classic, and a sly 1964 update.”
Sidney: “A cinematic masterpiece that continues to astound movie lovers with its depiction of love amidst war. One of the greatest films ever made.”
Sidney: “The 1970s answer to 'National Velvet' that is just as enthralling and exciting. Kudos to Criterion for giving this a proper release!”
Sidney: “I love that Criterion is open to LGBT cinema, and the inclusion of this groundbreaking classic is the icing on the cinematic cake.”
Sidney: “Another top-notch Criterion edition of another Wes Anderson classic. This film has Anderson's whimsical stamp written all over it. ”
Sidney: “A timeless character driven study of 1970's isolation and aimlessness that contains one of Nicholson's very best performances. ”
Sidney: “One of the most underrated, and haunting films of the 1970s. Its not just a film, its a masterpiece!”
Sidney: “It is always great to have more Gilliam in the collection. The Fisher King is one of his very best, and most sensational works.”
Brought pristinely to the screen by Jonathan Demme, this compellingly abstract reimagining of Henrik Ibsen’s Bygmester Solness features Shawn (who also wrote the adaptation) as a visionary but tyrannical middle-aged architect haunted by figures from his past,
Bette Midler exploded onto the screen with her take-no-prisoners performance in this quintessential film about fame and addiction from director Mark Rydell.
Sidney: “Another Chaplin classic that is going to be given new life, courtesy of Criterion.”
Sidney: “I can see that Criterion absolutely loves Fassbinder, and rightly so. Film history wouldn't be complete without Fassbinder.”
Sidney: “You can't go wrong with Costa-Gavras, the master of the political thriller. Hopefully, both Z and Missing will come to Blu-ray as well.”
Sidney: “realistically grim and criminally underrated, and a film that many more people should discover.”