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The absolute climax of Weimar Cinema. Beautiful and understated, Pandora's Box is a cinematic event. Louise Brooks is stunning and Pabst was at the top of his game.
The funniest film in the collection. Such a classic, words cannot describe.
My favorite modern western. Vilmos Zsigmond's photography is astonishing. So glad to see Criterion embrace this much hated classic. It is the greatest film Hollywood ignored!
It kills me that Charles Laughton only made this one film. Clearly influenced by Griffith, Night Of The Hunter is perhaps the greatest film of the 1950's.
Kubrick is my favorite film maker, and Paths Of Glory is one of his greatest statements. It is both the greatest anti-war film ever made (with All Quiet On The Western Front being a close second) and Kirk Douglas' best performance.
What a great surprise this film was! A perfect time capsule of Weimar Germany.
If only for the "The Red Shoes" ballet sequence in the middle. The definition of pure cinema!
If you couldn't tell already, I am a HUGE fan of Weimar Cinema. Fritz Lang is my favorite film maker from the period, and M is the best Lang film in the collection. A must see for any cinephile.
I love the atmosphere this film invokes. Some of the spookiest cinematography you'll ever see.
The amazing Emil Jannings has hardly been better than he is in The Last Command. A glorious late Hollywood masterpiece!
Come on people, it's The Docks Of New York, it's a masterpice of old Hollywood!