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Sidney: “Arguably the greatest documentary ever made, with your favorite musician's favorite musician. Bound to be one of the top ten releases of the year.”
Sidney: “Any film Kurosawa makes should always be in the collection, and I'm glad that this humanist masterpiece is getting reissued. ”
Sidney: “This film has one of the most chilling final shots in film history. It's finally getting the release it so richly deserves.”
Sidney: “Arguably the most anticipated release of the year! Ray's influential trilogy is an absolute must for anyone who loves Cinema. ”
One of the world’s most influential and provocative filmmakers, the Academy Award–winning Austrian director Michael Haneke diagnoses the social maladies of contemporary Europe with devastating precision and staggering artistry.
Sidney: “David Lynch's true masterpiece! All his other films was just a buildup to this one. An enigmatic film like no other, and a truly strange work of art.”
Sidney: “No one does the strange and twisted better than Cronenberg, and this is one of his very best depictions of parental horror and screwed up psychosis.”
Sidney: “Gus Van Sant's searing masterpiece. Keanu is unusually magnetic and River is hauntingly soulful. It's a lyrical tale of repressed love and desire.”
Sidney: “A bizarre, but strikingly made debut by the great Leonard Kastle. I'm pretty sure the new Blu-ray will elevate the film's immaculate cinematography. ”
Sidney: “Another Merchant Ivory masterpiece to the collection. It remains one of the most sensuous, and brilliantly acted films in the MI oeuvre. ”
Sidney: “It is always great to have more Kieslowski in the collection. Plus, the cover art is incredible, and it sums up the surreal bravery of the film.”
Sidney: “One of De Palma's better achievements, and a disturbing depiction of chaotic sexuality that manages to mix complex eroticism and terror. ”
Sidney: “Another top-notch Criterion edition of another Wes Anderson classic. This film has Anderson's whimsical stamp written all over it. ”