• By Tyler
    January 13, 2011
    02:47 PM

    My most desired Criterion releases: Marketa Lazarova Greed The Mystery of Oberwald Odd Man Out Tristana Rabid Dogs Prospero's Books Drowning By Numbers The Cook, The Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover Olivier Assayas' five from '86 to '94 would make a perfect Eclipse series!
  • By Mute
    January 13, 2011
    04:58 PM

    BADLANDS! Here are my top 5 reasons you should 1.It's Malick 2.Martin Sheen considered it as his best work 3.It's Malick 4.The score is amazing 5.It's Malick dammit. Pretty please with sugar on top :) PS. Thank you for the films you do release. No one does it better.
  • By Izodrik
    January 13, 2011
    05:38 PM

    Yes, Badlands.
  • By David D
    January 14, 2011
    12:59 PM

    There are a multitude of titles that need restoration and/or remastering. There are two titles that have already been restored but have yet to see the light of DVD ... the recent BFI/Warner restoration of 1958's Dracula (Horror of Dracula in the US) and Farewell My Lovely ( I saw the restoration on cable about a year ago, shown in the proper aspect ratio). It would be wonderful to have these, Criterion.
  • By MA
    January 14, 2011
    09:50 PM

    Congratulations on the excellent choice: Blow Out should by now be regarded as an important classic and the extras seem to be in great taste.
  • By pixelpunk
    January 24, 2011
    07:35 PM

    “Breaking the Waves” on Criterion please :)
    • By Daniel W.
      January 28, 2013
      07:17 PM

      I second that. Breaking the Waves was on criterion laserdisc so why can't we get it on criterion blu ray.
  • By Kumar Rajamannar
    January 26, 2011
    11:29 PM

    how about "confessions of a dangerous mind" - that would be great with the crite treatment
  • By TLC
    February 06, 2011
    04:31 PM

    Prospero's Books deserves a Criterion treatment. the only DVDs are transfers from a crappy pan and scan VHS version.
  • By Mark J Yamamoto - Kube
    February 20, 2011
    04:15 PM

    Badlands Please add to Criterion PLEASE! Thanks
  • By MA
    February 21, 2011
    09:32 PM

    Someone suggested Matewan, and I add my voice to that (AND Passion Fish, AND Lone Star, AND Secaucus, ...)
  • By Eric Peeper
    April 14, 2011
    07:21 PM

    Some suggestions - - The Deer Hunter - reissue Taxi Driver and Raging Bull and 2001 - The Dark Knight (PLEASE)
  • By Jay Levine
    April 19, 2011
    03:20 AM

    Please consider a full Criterion treatment of the 1947 Best Picture Winner, "Gentleman's Agreement" starring Gregory Peck. It is a classic film that deals with a social issue at the time (and to a certain extent currently too) that had never previously been dealt with in so frank a way. There is only a "so-so" standard DVD transfer available as part of a 4-movie set from Fox and no current Blu-ray is available. PLEASE Criterion, this one's right up your alley! Thanks, JAY LEVINE
  • By Louis
    June 07, 2011
    10:28 PM

    My problem with criterion is, what happened with the laser discs you released, they don't belong on DVD, breaking the waves, Bram stoker's Dracula, and other movies, now what about a beloved underground movie no one has mentioned like "melody" from 1971 England, written by Alan Parker, soundtrack by the Bee Gees, come on somebody back me up here... Thanx criterion for the many classics you have giving us, but please consider and remember the old movies you've released but haven't gotten the DVD treatment, and now were in the blu ray era, come on guys don't drop the ball... Sincerely a fan who appreciates good films.
  • By Tony
    October 15, 2011
    08:30 PM

    Alexander Dovzhenko’s Earth !
  • By Griff
    November 14, 2011
    03:25 PM

    Badlands preferably with Lanton Mills. Billy Wilder, Jack Fisk commentary! I would also like to see Cornel Wilde's Maracaibo at some point, maybe Criterion can look into releasing that.
  • By Paul-2489
    July 10, 2012
    12:26 AM

    Films that I think should be included are McCabe and Mrs. Miller, Fat City, The Shining, Hi, Mom!, Phantom of the Paradise, The Long Goodbye, California Split, The Color Of Money, Three Days of the Condor, Carrie, Thieves Like Us, Nashville, Prizzi's Honor, Carnal Knowledge
  • By Paul-2489
    November 15, 2012
    11:41 PM

    More films that I think should be added to the collection: Cactus Flower, Dressed To Kill, Deliverance, The Odd Couple, The Hill, goldfinger, What's Up Doc?, Adaptation, Moonrise Kingdom, The Graduate, The Player, Ocean's 11 (1960), Tootsie, The Age of Innocence, The Asphalt Jungle, The Night of the Iguana, Roger & Me, The Hours
  • By Charles Castaldo
    December 11, 2012
    07:02 AM

    Breaking The Waves, Coming Home,Looking For Mr Goodbar ,Midnight Cowboy, Tootsie, The Player, Carrie and last but not least,,,THE ROSE!!!!!!!!..all should all be on criterion in 2013 and on..PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE
  • By Majus
    December 26, 2012
    08:02 PM

    Scorsese's "After Hours" (1985) would totally make my 2013: "Shows how much you know about art. The uglier it is, the more it's worth" "This must be worth a fortune, man."
  • By Larry Bender
    August 26, 2014
    09:52 PM

    CARNEL KNOWLEDGE-- Please! Any chance?