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Robert Cole: “Maybe the only film Kubrick disowned that he never should have.”
Robert Cole: “A difficult, but engrossing film to watch.”
Robert Cole: “More like this should be available.”
Robert Cole: “One of the great films of the decade 2000-2009.”
Robert Cole: “Another example of Criterion thinking outside the box. In many ways, a forgotten film-- but with amazing performances from Brando and Woodward.”
Robert Cole: “Particularly curious about THE EMPEROR JONES.”
A timeless American idyll and a gritty evocation of turn-of-the-century labor, Terrence Malick’s glorious period tragedy Days of Heaven features Oscar-winning cinematography by Nestor Almendros.
Terry Zwigoff’s landmark 1995 film is an intimate documentary portrait of the underground artist Robert Crumb, whose unique drawing style and sexually and racially provocative subject matter have made him a household name in popular American art.
With the idiosyncratic American fable Harold and Maude, countercultural director Hal Ashby fashioned what would become the cult classic of its era.
In the decades of occult cinema that Polanski’s ungodly masterpiece has spawned, it has never been outdone for sheer psychological terror.
A mix of hilarious, anything-goes slapstick and biting satire of me-generation self-indulgence, Eating Raoul marked the end of the sexual revolution with a thwack.
The Who’s classic rock opera Quadrophenia was the basis for this invigorating coming-of-age movie and depiction of the defiant, drug-fueled mod subculture of early 1960s London.
Robert Cole: “One of the great films of all-time. So proud of Criterion. They may save the film from infamy.”