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    I have the Criterion of Salo. I shan't be needing the blu-ray. Thanks but

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    [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PyIklbmfRJw&feature=player_embedded"]‪Entertainment Tonight: Criterion LaserDiscs - 1985‬‏ - YouTube[/nomedia]

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    Criterion Teases Three Colors Trilogy

    Criterion fans finally received evidence that Krzysztof Kieślowski's famed Three Colors trilogy: Blue (1993), White (1994) and Red (1994) will debut on Blu-ray in the near future when the distributor teased snippets of the cover art via Facebook.
    YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Kieslowski’s ‘Blue White Red’ Trilogy, ‘12 Angry Men’ & More On Criterion’s November Slate > The Playlist

    Finally, a batch of films get the BluRay upgrade: Ingmar Bergman‘s Christmas classic “Fanny & Alexander” is spitshined for HD; Jean Renoir‘s masterpiece “The Rules Of The Game” remains cool in Blu and Wes Anderson nerds will get every frame of “Rushmore” in 1080p.

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    Another Wes Anderson Criterion...can we just cut the **** and dispense with regular issues of his work. I realize Rushmore is supposedly one of his best but for ****s sake already...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    Another Wes Anderson Criterion...can we just cut the **** and dispense with regular issues of his work. I realize Rushmore is supposedly one of his best but for ****s sake already...
    It is just a Blu-Ray re-release of a DVD they put out ages ago (and is out of print, I think).

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    Still, I can't wait for Wes Anderson:the family films to be released on Criterion

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    I think all of the Wes Anderson films are out of print except for Bottle Rocket, at least I know Tenenbaums is.

    November is a really strong release month. 12 Angry Men was a pleasant surprise and I hope to see some more classics like that. I've never seen the Three Color Trilogy though. I have them sitting on the movies to watch shelf, but now I'm contemplating selling them and waiting for the Criterion release.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schaggydog View Post
    I've never seen the Three Color Trilogy though. I have them sitting on the movies to watch shelf, but now I'm contemplating selling them and waiting for the Criterion release.
    I ****ing LOVE them. I don't know how much that boxset is going to cost on Blu, but I hope it's not too bad because I'd really love to get it the day it comes out.

    Did you get the new email newsletter? Any ideas what the picture of the bull refers to? Almodovar perhaps?
    I do get the newsletter, but I barely looked at the picture of the bull. I have no idea what it might be.

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    By the way, the cover for the newly announced 12 Angry Men was drawn by Sean Phillips.



    You may recognize him as the artist on Criminal, Sleeper and all kinds of other stuff with Ed Brubaker. He did art for Hellblazer during a lot of Paul Jenkins' run, too.

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