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jonukwho: “One of the best films about food and life ever made!”
jonukwho: “A lifelong fan of John Waters, I can't believe this early work is getting the Criterion treatment. To see Lobstera rape Divine in 4K will be dazzling”
jonukwho: “Finally, my all time favorite Almodovar film, so funny, outrageous and flawless. Maura has had great parts in his films, but this one is sublime!”
jonukwho: “Crawford obtained screen immortality, not because of wire hangers, but because she was a great actress, never more apparent than in this her best role”
jonukwho: “Most perfect time capsule of the 60s, Sharon Tate's timeless beauty, classic title song, campy/trashy as hell, yet it is a touching film. NEELY OHARA!”