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Criterion Announces August Titles (Pre-orders Up)

Posted May 15, 2014 05:46 PM by Webmaster

CriterionThe Criterion Collection has announced five titles for Blu-ray release in August: On August 12th, it will release John Cassavetes' Love Streams (1984). On August 19th, it will release Alfonso Cuarón's Y Tu Mamá También (2001) and Pedro Almodóvar's Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! (1990). And on August 26th, it will release Shohei Imamura's Vengeance Is Mine (1979) and Bob Fosse's All That Jazz (1979).

Love Streams

The electric filmmaking genius John Cassavetes and his brilliant wife and collaborator Gena Rowlands give luminous, fragile performances as two closely bound, emotionally wounded characters who reunite after years apart. Exhilarating and risky, mixing sober realism with surreal flourishes, Love Streams is a remarkable film that comes at the viewer in a torrent of beautiful, erratic feeling. This inquiry into the nature of love in all its forms was Cassavetes's last truly personal work.

Special Features:
  • New 2K digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray
  • New audio commentary featuring writer Michael Ventura
  • New video essay on actor Gena Rowlands by film critic Sheila O'Malley
  • New interviews with executive producer and director of photography Al Ruban and actor Diahnne Abbott
  • Interview from 2008 with actor Seymour Cassel
  • "I'm Almost Not Crazy . . ."—John Cassavetes: The Man and His Work (1984), a sixty-minute documentary by Ventura on the making of Love Streams
  • Trailer
  • PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by critic Dennis Lim and a 1984 piece by Cassavetes on the film from the New York Times
Y Tu Mamá También

The smash road comedy from the Oscar-winning director Alfonso Cuarón is that rare movie to combine raunchy subject matter and emotional warmth. Gael García Bernal and Diego Luna shot to international stardom as a pair of horny Mexico City teenagers from different classes who, after their girlfriends jet off to Italy for the summer, are bewitched by a gorgeous older Spanish woman (Maribel Verdú) they meet at a wedding. When she agrees to accompany them on a trip to a faraway beach, the three form an increasingly intense and sensual alliance that ultimately strips them both physically and emotionally bare. Shot with elegance and dexterity by the great Emmanuel Lubezki, Y tu mamá también is a funny and moving look at human desire.

Special Features:
  • New 2K digital restoration, supervised by director of photography Emmanuel Lubezki and approved by director Alfonso Cuarón, with 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray
  • On "Y tu mamá también": Then and On "Y tu mamá también": Now, two new pieces on the making of the film, featuring interviews with actors Gael García Bernal, Diego Luna, and Maribel Verdú; Cuarón; cowriter Carlos Cuarón; and Lubezki
  • New interview with philosopher Slavoj Žižek about the film
  • On-set documentary from 2001
  • Deleted scenes
  • You Owe Me One (2002), a short film by Carlos Cuarón
  • Trailers
  • New English subtitle translation
  • PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by critic Charles Taylor and character biographies by Carlos Cuarón
Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!

Pedro Almodóvar's colorful and controversial tribute to the pleasures and perils of Stockholm syndrome, Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! is a rambunctious dark comedy starring Antonio Banderas as an unbalanced but alluring former mental patient and Victoria Abril as the B-movie and porn star he takes prisoner in the hopes of convincing her to marry him. A highly unconventional romance that came on the spike heels of Almodóvar's international sensation Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, this is a splashy, sexy central work in the career of one of the world's most beloved and provocative auteurs, radiantly shot by the director's great cinematographer José Luis Alcaine.

Special Features:
  • New 2K digital restoration, supervised by director Pedro Almodóvar and executive producer Agustín Almodóvar, with 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray
  • New documentary on the making of the film including interviews with Pedro and Agustín Almodóvar; actors Antonio Banderas, Victoria Abril, Loles Léon, Rossy de Palma, and Penélope Cruz; production manager Esther García; editor José Salcedo; and cinematographer José Luis Alcaine
  • New interview with Almodóvar collaborator and Sony Pictures Classics copresident Michael Barker
  • Conversation from 2003 between Almodóvar and Banderas
  • Footage from the film's 1990 premieres in Madrid and New York
  • New English subtitle translation
  • PLUS: A booklet featuring a 1990 piece about the film by Almodóvar, a conversation between filmmaker Wes Anderson and critic Kent Jones, and an interview with Almodóvar from 1989
Vengeance Is Mine

A thief, a murderer, and a charming lady-killer, Iwao Enokizu (Ken Ogata) is on the run from the police. Director Shohei Imamura turns this fact-based story—about the seventy-eight-day killing spree of a remorseless man from a devoutly Catholic family—into a cold, perverse, and at times diabolically funny examination of the primitive coexisting with the modern. More than just a true-crime tale, Vengeance Is Mine bares humanity's snarling id.

Special Features:
  • New, restored high-definition digital transfer, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack
  • Audio commentary from 2005 featuring critic Tony Rayns
  • Excerpts from a 1999 interview with director Shohei Imamura, produced by the Directors Guild of Japan
  • Trailer and teaser
  • PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by critic Michael Atkinson, a 1994 interview with Imamura by writer Toichi Nakata, and writings by Imamura on Vengeance Is Mine and his approach to filmmaking
All That Jazz

The preternaturally gifted director and choreographer Bob Fosse turned the camera on his own life for this madly imaginative, self-excoriating musical masterpiece. Roy Scheider gives the performance of his career as Joe Gideon, whose exhausting work schedule—mounting a Broadway production by day and editing his latest movie at night—and routine of amphetamines, booze, and sex are putting his health at serious risk. Fosse burrows into Gideon's (and his own) mind, rendering his interior world as phantasmagoric spectacle. Assembled with visionary editing that makes dance come alive on-screen as never before, and overflowing with sublime footwork by the likes of Ben Vereen, Leland Palmer, and the awesomely leggy Ann Reinking, All That Jazz pushes the musical genre to personal depths and virtuosic aesthetic heights.

Special Features:
  • New 4K digital restoration, with uncompressed 3.0 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray
  • Two audio commentaries: a feature-length one with editor Alan Heim and a scene-specific one with actor Roy Scheider
  • Razzle-Dazzle, a new video essay on the film by critic Matt Zoller Seitz
  • Episode from 1980 of the television talk show Tomorrow, featuring director Bob Fosse and choreographer Agnes de Mille
  • New interview with Heim
  • New interview with Fosse biographer Sam Wasson
  • Interview excerpts and footage from the set, featuring Fosse and Scheider
  • Portrait of a Choreographer, a 2007 documentary on Fosse
  • The Soundtrack: Perverting the Standards, a 2007 documentary about the music in the film
  • Interview from 2007 with George Benson about his song "On Broadway," which opens the film
  • PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by theater critic Hilton Als
  • More!



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News comments (85 comments)



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Yojimbo68
  May 15, 2014
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All That Jazz via Criterion?! Wow. Day 1!

PBateman87
  May 15, 2014
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Y Tu Mama Tambien, fantastic! Now, just give us that box art please...
hotFstop
  May 15, 2014
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'It's showtime, folks"!

Herry Dunston
  May 15, 2014
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Nice to see an Almodóvar film get the Criterion treatment.

EricJ
  May 15, 2014
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See, it WASN'T The Life Aquatic!

And nice to see that Criterion can still keep the original theatrical art for the covers of mainstream-studio movies, with All That Jazz...Or maybe it's the fact that they got first crack at the Blu.

Retroj23
  May 15, 2014
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Been waiting for Y Tu Mama Tambien for a while. Was thinking of importing but I knew Criterion would release it sooner than later.

Jr7936
  May 15, 2014
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oooh this is one of the best announcements for a month of criterion releases in a long time. can't wait on Y tu Mama Tambien and Tie me up Tie me down
asmodeux21
  May 15, 2014
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Great titles! All of them are fantastic films. Excellent month Criterion! Thanks!

Idiot E. Que
  May 15, 2014
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Ooh, and first Imamura on a Criterion Blu, yeah? Luckily hadn't gotten the region B yet.
nitin
  May 15, 2014
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nice announcements, hopefully Vengeance is mine is also better transfer than MoC.

bboisvert
  May 15, 2014
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Wow, I don't think I've ever said this but... nothing for me this month. Kudos to everyone who has a fave on that list, though!

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BHolst
  May 15, 2014
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Y Tu Mamá También!
Thank you!!

AKORIS
  May 15, 2014
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thrilled to get ALL THAT JAZZ!!
RICKBONDOO7
  May 15, 2014
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I'm still waiting for Oliver Twist 1948 criterion #32 Dvd upgrade, and Spartacus 1960 also Criterion Dvd ! But When ????? I can't believe nobody else ever mentions these films that Criterion released on Dvd years ago. Great classics ! That need to be on Blu ray. Universals version of Spartacus on Blu ray is terrible !!!

DFS61
  May 15, 2014
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Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down! Fantastic!! (Let's get Kika on Criterion, too!) And Fosse for August is pretty cool, too. (Maybe his underappreciated Star 80 will get the white-glove treatment one day....) Y Tu Mama, Tambien: Mucho Bueno!!!

Alex DeLarge
  May 15, 2014
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ALL THAT JAZZ a nice upgrade. Love Imamura's work too and may double-dip if it's significantly better than the MoC disc. Now where is Oshima's BOY?

jlk5844
  May 15, 2014
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All interesting titles but nothing I personally have to get immediately. Y Tu Mama Tambien maybe, but I've never seen it. Might watch on Netflix first. Nice to see that one finally get announced, as members on this site have been mentioning it for awhile.

billzfan
  May 15, 2014
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Meh. Not a great month

I*heart*Criterion
  May 15, 2014
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YES! "Box Art Coming Soon" is heading to Criterion!
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-jonny-
  May 15, 2014
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I think anyone saying "not a great month" hasn't seen the films.
malakaheso
  May 15, 2014
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Love Streams has only been released in France on dvd with hard subs so this is great news!
danmovie
  May 15, 2014
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This is, BY FAR, the most disappointing month for me for Criterion releases that I can ever remember. There have been months where most of the titles held little interest for me, but this one is definitely the lowest.

It's disappointing not to see anything from the 1950s or earlier. Those are usually my favorites from Criterion (though I still have plenty of newer films).

Really, June through August are pretty disappointing for me, though the Demy set looks interesting.
amper
  May 15, 2014
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Chameleon Street!!!!!! Come on Criterion.
danmovie
  May 15, 2014
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What are your favorite months of releases? Mine would probably be:

- March 2012: Night to Remember, Letter Never Sent, David Lean set
- November 2012: Tokyo Story, Zatoichi set, City Lights
- March 2013: Colonel Blimp, Ministry of Fear, Man Escaped
- September 2010: Thin Red Line, Charade
- May 2010: M, Stagecoach
- March 2010: Days of Heaven, Yojimbo, Sanjuro, Bigger than Life

im.pretty.ace
  May 15, 2014
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Y Tu Mama Tambien! Better late than never. Will be getting it for sure.

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Blu Titan
  May 15, 2014
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Vengeance is Mine for me .

Grethiwha
  May 15, 2014
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@danmovie: November 2013 for me! Tokyo Story and City Lights were long-awaited mega-classics, and that Zatoichi set...!

Anyway... The ending of All that Jazz is pretty amazing. Great movie. Just watched Y Tu Mama Tambien recently; not crazy about it. But those are two pretty big titles, should make some people happy. Still need to check out some Cassavetes. Seen enough Almodovar though, conversely, to know I'm not interested in that one. And Imamura. An amazing filmmaker I want to see more of on Criterion blu-ray. Vengeance is Mine is a great film, but I'd love to see Profound Desires or a boxset or something.

Not a bad month, but nothing I quite feel the need to own (last announcement that was a purchase for me was Ace in the Hole).

One4Deuce
  May 15, 2014
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Yes! Excited that Y Tu Mama Tambien is coming to Criterion, had been rumored forever it seemed like. Also, will definitely pick up Vengeance is Mine.

Mansinthe
  May 15, 2014
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Vengeance and tie me.up are the only interessting.movies here

JRob
  May 15, 2014
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None for me (THANK GOD). My wallet is safe that month.

FestinaLente
  May 15, 2014
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Y Tu Mamá También and All That Jazz for me! Such great special features as well.
Stanley Strangelove
  May 15, 2014
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@danmovie, hardly a disappointing month. 'Love Streams' is finally getting a quality release here in Region 1. That is a cause for celebration. It will be Bluray of the year, that's for sure.
Stanley Strangelove
  May 15, 2014
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The fact that almost everyone here isn't mentioning 'Love Streams' just shows how obscure this wonderful film is, and will finally get the attention it richly deserves.

rafaelsalguero
  May 15, 2014
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wow I want "All That Jazz", "Y tu Mama También" and Almodóvar movie

qb2333
  May 15, 2014
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Another vote for All That Jazz. Great movie from what I remember
JohnnyFontane
  May 15, 2014
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No "Ikiru"? Darn. Will Criterion ever upgrade it to blu-ray? It's not violent enough or action-packed enough I guess. We've got Rashomon, Seven Samurai, Throne of Blood, Hidden Fortress, Yojimbo, Sanjuro, High and Low, and Kagemusha: all of which have violence except High and Low. I guess Criterion doesn't think Ikiru or Red Beard or the Lower Depths or the Bad Sleep Well will sell.
criterion
  May 16, 2014
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Finally, Vengeance Is Mine.

Elvis
  May 16, 2014
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When are we going to see more Fellini? Where is some of the crown jewels of the DVD releases? Where is La Strada, Nights of Cabiria and one of the greatest films of all time La Dolce Vita?

RCO
  May 16, 2014
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OMG!!!! All That Jazz+Criterion=Day one!!! WOW! Great news!
movieeddie
  May 16, 2014
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Fantastic!!!!!!!!!!!ALL THAT JAZZ.My tails a wagging.Cant f@ing wait.criterion I love you.
A Prosthetic Prophet
  May 16, 2014
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While this probably isn't the number one greatest month for Criterion this year, these are mostly great films.

Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down is classic Almodovar, and I am huge fan of his films, so I will be picking it up for sure (now someone needs to release the rest of his films on Blu but, especially Dark Habits, Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown, All About My Mother, Talk To Her, Bad Education, and What Have I Done To Deserve This).

While Cuaron isn't really one of my all time favorite directors, he has made a 2 or 3 films that I consider brilliant, and Y Tu Mama Tambien one of them (the other one that comes to mind is Children Of Men). Y Tu Mama Tambien is a really great film, with wonderful cinematography, that beautifully captures the Mexican country, and a brilliant early performance by Gael Garcia Bernal (some other films he's in that I would like to see arrive on Blu-ray are Motorcycle Diaries, and Amores Perros). I don't know why in the announcement Y Tu Mama Tambien is labeled a comedy though, when there isn't really much, if any humor in the film (what it is, is a drama/road movie/coming of age story).

I was planning on getting Criterion's Cassavetes: Five Films set, and Love Streams would make a nice addition to that set
(I haven't seen the film before but, with Cassavetes and Rowlands working together, it's got to be good).

I love Immamura, and even though Vengeance Is Mine isn't one my very favorite films by him, it is an interesting film, so I will probably pick it up at some point (I hope that before too long we can look forward to a blu-ray release of the Pigs, Pimps, and Battleships set that Criterion previously put out on dvd because, then I'll be really happy... that set, and then The Pornographer).

The only film that I don't really have any feeling about one way or the other is All That Jazz (I've never seen it before) but, I am aware of it's status as an American classic, and if it's as entertaining as Cabaret I would certainly dig it, as I like Cabaret a lot (maybe I'll get a chance to see it before it's release).

Jafar
  May 16, 2014
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Stoked for "Y Tu Mamá También" and "Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!". Here's hoping that more Almodovar films will be getting the Criterion treatment soon enough.

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PBR
  May 16, 2014
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Love Criterion! Been buying them since the days of Laserdisc!
This is the best group of releases in a long time.
All buys for me.

Fred Sliman
  May 16, 2014
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Jazz and Streams cross two off my top want list at once; my VHS of Streams broke long ago and haven't seen since.

BluPix
  May 16, 2014
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A very strong August indeed with three titles I've been awaiting for a long time (Jazz, Mama and Vengeance). I'm in for all of these titles.

—Immediately upon release: All That Jazz and Y Tu Mama Tambien.
—Sooner rather than later: Vengeance Is Mine and Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!
—With a price drop or sale: Love Streams.

Ozric
  May 16, 2014
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Agree with BluPix, except that the 26th is my Bday, so I'll use that as an excuse to bump them all to Immediate!
CoenP
  May 16, 2014
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Love Streams for me.

Scholer
  May 16, 2014
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Don't like this wave. I never was a big fan of Imamura and I didn't significantly ever like Vengeance in Mine. I thought Y Tu Mama Tambien was pure crap, sorry to the fans but that is just how I feel. For some reason I can't even stand Almodovar and I detest his films in general, out of 16 films I watched I do not remember liking even one. Love Streams is great film in many ways but I have to confess that I wasn't crazy about seeing it on bluray.

Only All that Jazz is a pleaser. I was waiting ages to have it in some form in my collection and a Criterion from a 4K Master is practically a dream come true. This film might not be a masterpiece but the cinematography was unforgettable and this is the best way to savor the visuals.

But all in all this is a disappointing wave to me, more so as my birthday is in August.

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Octavio
  May 16, 2014
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Finally "Y tu mamá también", yeah! I own already the UK BD but I'm pretty sure Criterion's edition is gonna be much better. Besides is a nice surprise to see Almodóvar's "¡Átame!" announced. Hope Criterion could release more Cuarón and Almodóvar films in the short term.

skyofcrack
  May 16, 2014
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Criterion needs to step it up with Masters of Cinema and Arrow in the game.
ADM12
  May 16, 2014
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First time in a very long time that I will not be picking up Criterion releases, in particular those slated for August. None appeal to me personally, but no denying that others are very excited with these releases. Looking forward to September to see whats new. These things happen.

unclejay73
  May 16, 2014
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Fantastic month!! One of the best ever!!

Lacrymosa
  May 16, 2014
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I love that as soon as people don't bow down and offer their souls to criterion for every single release they get negative feedback. There are a bunch of sorry butthurt fanboys lurking around every criterion news topic.

That being said - not interested in anything this month!
cruz502
  May 16, 2014
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Like always Criterion is the best, I was waiting for all this films to arribe in blu ray since the beginning of the format.
Thanks!!
bladelia
  May 16, 2014
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This is the 1st month that I'm probably going to get all of them.

Carcosa
  May 16, 2014
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None for me...and that's a bit of a relief I must say. My bank account needs a break, although I would like to see the last couple of Chaplin releases...
henry001
  May 16, 2014
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Love Streams! Love Sreams! Love Streams! The rest of them are so so, not as good as the last month.

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TheHighRoller
  May 16, 2014
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Y Tu Mama Tambien!!! Finally!

All we need now is a Blu-ray upgrade of Solo Con Tu Pareja, which was Cuaron and Lubezkis' first feature.

I would love to see more Cuaron titles added to the collection, including already released titles (on other studios) like Children of Men.

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repete66211
  May 16, 2014
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How anyone can call the guy who made Killing of a Chinese Bookie a genius escapes me. I like Cassavetes but I just don't understand why he is fawned over so much.
asarg2001
  May 16, 2014
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I hope Criterion has more from Almodóvar coming in the future. This one is really good, but only his most recent films are available on Region A blu-ray, and Criterion is a perfect match for him. I'm sure they will release more if they can. A "trilogy" release of All About My Mother, Talk to Her, and Bad Education would be amazing.

Doctorossi
  May 16, 2014
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Atame!

PBateman87
  May 16, 2014
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@ repete66211

What's so terrible (apparently) about The Killing of a Chinese Bookie? Also, most great directors who have made a number of films have at least one stinker in their filmography.

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repete66211
  May 16, 2014
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@PBateman87: What's wrong with it? Thin, unsympathetic characters, underdeveloped story, horrible cinematography--what *isn't* wrong with it? But I agree that one bad movie doesn't mean the guy can't still be a genius, but that particular movie is always in his top 5.

Giuseppe Le Pew
  May 16, 2014
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All That Jazz and Love Streams have been added to the Wishlist

PBateman87
  May 16, 2014
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Criterion still hasn't put up the artwork for Y Tu Mama Tambien, heh. Now I'm expecting something awesome.

PBateman87
  May 16, 2014
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@ repete66211

Fair enough, fair enough. While I like Bookie, I'd say his Top 5 are the 5 in that Criterion box set, but swapping out Bookie for Love Streams.

robocop35
  May 16, 2014
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All That Jazz~Fantastic Day One for sure (how about Star-80 Criterion please).

DeyoreW
  May 16, 2014
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My favorite months:

Feb 2014 - Jules and Jim, Blue Is the Warmest Color, Foreign Correspondent, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Tess, King of the Hill
Jan 2013 - Two-Lane Blacktop, The Tin Drum, The Man Who Knew Too Much, Ivan's Childhood, Pina
Nov 2011 - Fanny and Alexander, The Rules of the Game, Three Colors Trilogy, Rushmore, 12 Angry Men
Mar 2010 - Yojimbo, Sanjuro, Days of Heaven, Bigger Than Life

and of course the first month/announcement of Blu-rays!
Dec 2008 - The Third Man, The Man Who Fell to Earth, Bottle Rocket, Chungking Express

Shakingman
  May 16, 2014
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Was just talking about All That Jazz to a friend last week, wondering when and if it would ver be released. I'm a sucker for these Broadway Live shows/movies - not sure why - but glad to see this is coming out via Criterion - Roy Scheider rocks in this film!

joie
  May 16, 2014
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What are the differences between a "new, restored high-definition restoration," a "new 2K restoration" and a "new, 4K digital restoration?"

Forgive me if I haven't quoted those exactly, but it appears as though there are at least three types of restoration efforts with these titles. I am typing on a phone, cannot see this text box and the source material at the same time, and haven't yet learned the phone's copy-and-paste gestures, if there are any.

Sent from my Nexus 5 using hunt-and-peck with a stylus

ambientcafe
  May 16, 2014
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Desparately seeking Almodovar's *Oscar-winning 'All About My Mother' --> por favor Criterion !

phillyfilmbuff
  May 16, 2014
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ALMODOVAR on CRITERION!!!!!!!!!!! OMFG!! Could this mean the unfolding of his brilliant catalog will follow here? Esp Woman on the Verge, Matador, and Law of Desire!!! Bravo!
faornelas
  May 16, 2014
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Y TU MAMÁ TAMBIEN!!! That's great news!
So is All That Jazz and Almodóvar. I get excited just with the possibility of Criterion releasing All About My Mother and TALK TO HER.
faornelas
  May 16, 2014
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We can see the cover for Y TU MAMÁ TAMBIÉN on Criterion's webpage. And it looks nice!
http://www.criterion.com/films/28005-y-tu-mama-tambien

jw007
  May 17, 2014
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Love the Cassavetes release. Fantabulous.

fdm
  May 17, 2014
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I guess they're running out of good obscure not readily available on disc movies to release... Love Streams works for me though. (Come on Criterion need some more surprises...)
Lao Che
  May 17, 2014
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Nothing for me unfortunately. How about Fellini Roma? Satyricon? Juliet of the Spirits? Far more interesting body of work. Maybe next year.

Ray_Rogers
  May 17, 2014
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Vengeance is Mine and All that Jazz for me.
Steven_101
  May 17, 2014
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Tie Me Up! is great news. I can't wait to see the day Criterion releases Talk to Her and All About My Mother!!
stairfox
  May 17, 2014
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Another pretty big month for Criterion.
Love Streams, All That Jazz, and Tie Me Up for me.

Philly Q
  May 18, 2014
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A rare month where none of the Criterion releases are of much interest to me. That's not a complaint, I'm sure there'll be more good stuff later in the year.

imsounoriginal
  May 18, 2014
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Vengeance is Mine, day one.
faornelas
  May 18, 2014
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Finally some Spanish language films!

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Blu-Velvet
  May 19, 2014
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ALL THAT JAZZ is certainly a must! Will probably also get "Vengeance Is Mine" and maybe TIE ME UP! TIE ME DOWN! but will stick with my old DVD of that Cuaron and don't really want to own the Cassevetes (I generally prefer his earlier work to his later and have the BFI's SHADOWS and FACES and Olive's TOO LATE BLUES).

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Casey
  May 21, 2014
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and your mother.. also


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