The scuttlebutt on Criterion, Eclipse, and Janus Films. Lists and polls are STRONGLY discouraged.
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Donnie Darko!!! Oh, okay, no.
There is a rabbit thatPeacock wrote:Aren't there cute little rabbits on the riverbank during the boat down the river scene near the end?
Aside from that, I don't get the rabbit clue either. I don't think they would actually be hinting at an Easter release this soon. But who cares, I'm just glad this is finally coming out!
is attacked offscreen by an owl, causing Lillian Gish to say, "It's a hard world for little things."
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Bingo! One of the most beautiful and amazing scenes in all of cinema history!Peacock wrote:Aren't there cute little rabbits on the riverbank during the boat down the river scene near the end?
What!? That long Rolling Stones article is one of the best pieces I've read about about Mitchum!Tom Hagen wrote:Also: bring on the Mitchum supplements we didn't get on Eddie Coyle!
Also, to anyone who hasn't read it, Simon Callow brisk read from the BFI about The Night of the Hunter is one of the best in the whole BFI Film Classics series.
The Night of the Hunter aside, anyone notice the Johnnie To top 10? I'll make it no secret that he's among my favorite working directors and I hope it's a slight indication of a Criterion release of one of his films! I already seven of his films on Blu-Ray, but I wouldn't mind double dipping if the extras are nice.
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Oh please let that mean The Emigrants and The New Land.colinr0380 wrote:There is also an exciting "look for more of his films from Criterion in the future" sentence in the write up for Troell's Everlasting Moments.
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That was my thought too....it would be wonderful to FINALLY get these in all their original OAR glory - and not have them look like you are watching through a dirty clouded window like the old VHS I had.HelenLawson wrote:Oh please let that mean The Emigrants and The New Land.colinr0380 wrote:There is also an exciting "look for more of his films from Criterion in the future" sentence in the write up for Troell's Everlasting Moments.
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Christ, I hope so. Warners has been promising them for years, but now, at best, they'd toss them into the Archive.Matt wrote:Those two Troell titles might be the partial fruition (finally) of the mysterious Warner Bros./Criterion deal mentioned almost a year-and-a-half ago.