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I was introduced to Criterion through the films of Ingmar Bergman and have enjoyed exploring the best of cinema through The Collection's high quality releases.
One of my favorite movies. A flawed masterpiece, but undeniably visually stunning. A wonder to look at and a great "what might have been".
My first Bergman film, the one that started my love affair with Bergman and Criterion.
A brilliant film, ingeniously constructed, written and acted.
One of my all time faves. Should be required viewing for anyone up for jury duty. Question the answers.
Wonderful 50's Sirk soap. Don't overlook the underlying message: Like Rick Nelson said, you can't please everyone so you've got to please yourself.
Arguably the greatest anti-war film ever made. Like "All Quiet On The Western Front", it attacks the romance of war from another angle; that of a European army.
Creepy. Bizarre. Surreal. Existential. All with Robert Mitchum as a psychotic religious nut who covets money and hates women. A must see.
Speaking of bizarre and existential. Atmospheric and engaging. I love Peter Weller's droll Burrough's impression.
Bergman's challenging examination of faith, or lack thereof.
What can I say that hasn't already been said?
With "His Girl Friday", perhaps the best of the screwball comedies of the 30's.
We need more Peckinpah, Criterion!
One of the better Hollywood epics. A muscular performance by Kirk Douglas, great sly acting from Peter Ustinov and Olivier, the gorgeous Jean Simmons and WOODY STRODE!
Raw and real, as it happened. It is important to know that, in our lifetime, people have been willing to risk their lives to organize.