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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.”
Twenty years after their brilliant cinema-theater experiment Vanya on 42nd Street, Wallace Shawn and André Gregory reunited to produce another idiosyncratic big-screen version of a classic play, this time Henrik Ibsen’s Bygmester Solness.
Sidney: “A truly disturbing and lyrical horror masterpiece where Edith Scob beautifully portrays one of the most sympathetic outsiders in film history.”
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: “Should be placed next to The Third Man as a prime example that Carol Reed did make superb films.”
Sidney: “realistically grim and criminally underrated, and a film that many more people should discover.”
Sidney: “One of greatest textbook examples of how to make a truly perfect Hollywood satire that remains one of the best films ever made.”
Sidney: “One of the most supreme examples of intense, harrowing filmmaking. You couldn't expect anything less from Bergman.”