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Sean: “When watching this film I thought this film wouldn't get me but it seems to shock you more and more but what got my attention is how dark hisfilms are”
Sean: “I like how this director uses simple techniques but makes it look so easy.
Especially the door I have a feeling very few actors could attempt that!”
Sean: “The Ascents makes me think of how my grandma might have lived back in the Ukraine or Eastern Poland during WWII.
Very disturbing and shocking!”
Sean: “He Steals! He Cheats! He Smokes! My most favorite scenes have to be the mirror scene by showing the boy in a three angle position and the carrousel.”
Sean: “Now I got a true WWII propaganda epic in my collection all we now need is the Nazi propaganda film Titanic.
Titanic: Country (Germany) (1943) 90 min”
Sean: “I was watching this film last night and when I did theater checks today I heard the same line Bodda Boom in The Hangover 3.
Why! Why! Hollywood!”
Sean: “The guy that dances on the table it reminds me of the scene in The Fellow Ship of The Ring and J.K. Rowling was inspired by Death for book #7.
Sean: “This guy is an absolute genius!
Also I like the scene that the plates disappeared I wonder how they did special effects in those days? ”
Sean: “Nice western but wish there were features mentioning if this was filmed in Yuma,AZ?
Now we need other westerns in the collection.”
Sean: “The transfer is very well done good work Criterion at least it's not a crappy transfer of the one I rented at the library.”
Sean: “Better then the one being shown on TCM.
Still I wish Criterion could go back and get rid of the rest of the dirt and scratches not the best oh well ”
Sean: “Loved the transfer a whole lot better then the one being presented on TCM. Uh!
I hated when I saw how bad it was on TV glad I got the Criterion DVD.”
Sean: “I'll be getting these around March as there back ordered.
Nice hidden treasures of Hollywood's past golden era.”
Sean: “Criterion please I would like you to treat it with ultimate respect like On The WaterFront with both 1:33.1 and 1:66.1 so it fits on both full/wide.”
Sean: “I learned on TCM.Cinema Paradiso took ideas from this film and is by far my most favorite foreign film look at the two disc deluxe DVD Edition.”
Sean: “these were not the greatest nor the worst films but I liked them just to say. ”
Sean: “Need to see if I like this better then DVD?”
Sean: “If you hate the 1%,government, or even terrorist.
Then take a step to your final fantasy or should I say final reality to a dystopian world near you.”
Sean: “If your a history teacher or like me that has Polish roots that wants to know more about Poland's past history of WWII but be warned it reveals all!”
Sean: “ I thought it was in someways better then Cameron's version of Titanic
But I will do a side by side comparison when it comes to the American version.”
Sean: “This guy is a genius of how he acts to his body language make no mistake. By far one of the most hilarious films you'll ever see.””
Sean: “Look at that Jungle! Jungle Book.
One of the most beautiful films I've ever seen.
This underrated classic needs to be seen to be believed!”
Sean: “This guy is a genius!
When it comes to both creativity of the eye popping prop sets and when it comes to your fantasies about woman.”
Sean: “If you like British comedy like Monty Python, Mr. Bean, or my favourite! You are Being Served.Than look no further.But be warned this is a weird one
Sean: “As I experienced with this film.
At times there is no sound and at other times there is and the odd, strange environments will suck you right in! ”
Sean: “This film will make you feel warm and happy by making your hairs rise and at the same time it will make you shed tears of joy as you watch it.”
Sean: “This film will make you go wow!
Plus your adrenalin will soar high like a rocket beyond any film that I've ever experienced in my entire life!”
Sean: “This film impressed me because of how colorful of a film it was for it's times and the weather effects for a 50'S film.”
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