Criterion May 2017 Releases

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  1. PageLesPaul

    PageLesPaul Formerly JP Les Paul Thread Starter

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    Martin Scorsese’s World Cinema Project No. 2
    Ghost World
    Dheepan
    Othello
    Good Morning
    Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles
    Tampopo
    Rumble Fish
    Buena Vista Social Club
    Woman of the Year
    The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
    The Young Girls of Rochefort

    Multiple Maniacs
    Being There
    Canoe: A Shameful Memory
    45 Years
    The Before Trilogy

    Mildred Pierce
    Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown








     
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  2. PageLesPaul

    PageLesPaul Formerly JP Les Paul Thread Starter

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    I'm in for Ghost World and Being There.
     
  3. Cerebus

    Cerebus Forum Resident

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    Ghost World and Multiple Maniacs for me.
     
  4. mikrt17

    mikrt17 Forum Resident

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    Mildred Pierce,. It's always been a favourite
     
  5. The Hud

    The Hud Seventh Hud of a Seventh Hud

    Ghost World for me. Just waiting for the Amazon preorder to show up.
     
  6. Matt Richardson

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    Martin Scorsese’s World Cinema Project No. 2

    Looking forward to this. Vol 1 was a delight.
     
  7. PageLesPaul

    PageLesPaul Formerly JP Les Paul Thread Starter

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  8. Al Kuenster

    Al Kuenster Forum Resident

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    Mildred Pierce, Rumble Fish, Woman of the Year, Being There, Ghost World although the DVD is not bad.
     
  9. 93curr

    93curr Forum Resident

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    Just the first six on that list are coming out in May. The rest are Feb-Apr.

    I'm DEFINITELY in for 'Ghost World' and 'Good Morning.' Maybe for 'Jeanne Dielman', if I'm in the mood for an impulse buy. I'd love to get 'Taipai Story' if it were available individually, but I don't think it's worth buying the whole Scorsese box just for that.

    Weird that the Scorsese box is back to being a BD+DVD set. I thought Criterion had given that nonsense up already.
     
  10. projectcookie

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    Ghost World, Tampopo, Woman on the Verge, Jeanne Dielman, Taipei Story...sweeeeeeet
     
  11. Mirrorblade.1

    Mirrorblade.1 Forum Resident

    Boring list.. they could do better..
     
  12. mBen989

    mBen989 Forum Resident

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  13. Rocker

    Rocker Forum Resident

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    It's a little strange that this upcoming reissue of Good Morning also includes I Was Born But....
    I'm all for including a bonus film, but they already released that one back in 2008 on one of the "Silent Ozu" Eclipse sets.
     
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  14. Dave Garrett

    Dave Garrett Forum Resident

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    True, but the Eclipse sets were DVD-only. I'm sure there will be plenty of people glad to get it on Blu-ray.
     
  15. agentalbert

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    Really happy about Ghost World. That's been among my most wanted blu-ray's for years.
     
  16. PhilJol

    PhilJol Active Member

    recently bought Tampopo just so I could watch it again. It still holds up. While it's not a masterpiece it is entertaining and flies right along.
     
  17. stepeanut

    stepeanut Forum Resident

    Othello is a major release for fans of Orson Welles, featuring both his 1952 and 1955 cuts. For the first time since the old Criterion laserdisc, we have something other than the flawed 1992 restoration available on home video.
     
  18. JAuz

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    I wonder if they'll be going through all of the recent Shochiku restorations. I have the Color 4 Ozu box set, and while they look great, they have no bonus materials on the discs themselves. Plus the set is not cheap, and neither are the individual releases they've done.
     
  19. The Zodiac

    The Zodiac God's Lonely Man

    Eager to have Othello.

    Will also buy Rumble Fish, even though I just bought the region free German import about 6 months ago.
     
  20. Rocker

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    Is the '92 restoration the version that was used for the old Image DVD? I have that disc, but that's the only version I've ever seen. Will the release of the Criterion disc mean there are going to be 3 different versions available?
     
  21. stepeanut

    stepeanut Forum Resident

    Yes, and yes.

    The 1992 version is based on the 1955 U.S. cut, but with some differences, notably a re-recorded soundtrack.

    The upcoming Criterion BD has been confirmed as featuring the original soundtracks on both the 1952 and 1955 cuts. Huge news for Welles fans.
     
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  22. rockerreds

    rockerreds Well-Known Member

    Ghost World and Jeanne Dielman
     
  23. johnnyyen

    johnnyyen Forum Resident

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    Jeanne Dielman - absolutely essential.
     
  24. Splungeworthy

    Splungeworthy Forum Resident

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    VERY interested to hear Thora Birch's take on Ghost World all these years later. Could two careers have gone in more different directions than Birch and Scarlett Johansson?
     
  25. townsend

    townsend Forum Resident

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    I'm not going to collect it, but Dheepan is definitely a fine movie . . . I encourage others to check it out (e.g., Netflix).
     

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