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#1 of 59 Robert_M_Clark

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Posted December 24 2010 - 12:27 PM

So if you could pick 10 movies to be announced for release at some point in 2011, what would they be?


Mine are:


Schindler's List

Lolita

Barry Lyndon

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Ed Wood

Pulp Fiction

Jackie Brown

Titanic

The Birds

Vertigo



#2 of 59 dana martin

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Posted December 25 2010 - 03:27 AM

Great List, and i will say that i hope that some of those really do get announced, the rumored up coming Kubrick's makes that a good selection. And to be honest, i just pulled ten that i would love to see done correctly, Lionsgate needs to get into the catalog



Dracula (1931) 80th

Frankenstein (1931) 80th

War Of The Worlds (1953)

Invasion Of The Body Snatchers (1956) 55th
Stalag 17 (1953)

Sunset Blvd (1950)

The Quiet Man (1952)

Touch Of Evil (1958) to include all three versions!!

West Side Story (1961) 50th needs the CCBB treatment

Nosferatu (1922) Restored, Uncut, Color-corrected,


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Posted December 25 2010 - 04:43 AM

This is fun -


It's A Mad Mad Mad Mad World (Restored)

Fiddler on The Roof

Oklahoma!

Cleopatra (The Liz version)

Raintree County (Never on DVD so why not Blu)

Wonderful World Of The Brothers Grimm (Never on DVD so why not Blu)

1776

Jezebel

Wings (Never on DVD so why not Blu)

The Ten Commandments


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Posted December 25 2010 - 06:23 AM

More John Wayne


Hatari

In Harm's Way

The Sons of Katie Elder

El Dorado

War Wagon

Chisum

Rio Lobo

Big Jake



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Posted December 25 2010 - 08:17 AM

Aside from the ones I expect will be released, and those already listed above, here are ten I hope will be:


Oliver!

The Time Machine (1960)

Fall of the House of Usher (1960 / Pit & Pendulum (1961) double feature

Horror Of Dracula

Meet Me In St. Louis

Paper Moon

Don't Look Now (this is coming, but in R2 only so far)

The Duellists

Manhattan

Hunchback Of Notre Dame ('39) - I know, a real long shot




#6 of 59 Tom M

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Posted December 25 2010 - 10:03 AM

Dick, I seriously doubt we will get a double feature of House Of Usher and Pit & Pendulum. IF they are released at all, they will be separate releases. My wish would be for a box set of Roger Corman's Poe films. Pit & Pendulum is my favorite horror film and I would love to see it on Blu-Ray! Till then I'll have to make do with my R2 DVD (better transfer than the R1) and the 16mm print I have coming. My other wishes: Scrooge 1970 (This is actually VERY likely as we got White Christmas this year so it seems logical that Paramount will put this one out next year. I hope!) War Of The Worlds 1953 West Side Story Cats Don't Dance The Phantom Tollbooth (Just released on DVD-R from Warner Archive. A remake is in the works so a Blu-Ray seems more likely then.) A Christmas Carol: 1938 (Reginald Owen) 1971 (Alastair Sim/ animated) 1999 (Patrick Stewart) 2004 (Kelsey Grammer) Bad Boys II Battlestar Galactica: The Original 1978 Series (I can dream can't I?) Buck Rogers In The 25th Century: 1979 TV Series (The series is unlikely but at least give us a nice widescreen version of the theatrical movie!) The Mouse And His Child The Beach Party Films 3-D Releases: Jaws 3-D Friday The 13th 3-D Treasure Of The Four Crowns Spacehunter Metalstorm House Of Wax 1953 The Mad Magician Battle For Terra That's all I can think of for now!
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#7 of 59 dana martin

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Posted December 26 2010 - 02:50 AM

Corman/Price/Poe - we still dont know all of the deal Criterion has with MGM, but the have done a Sony box set, so this would be a great one for them


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#8 of 59 Brianruns10

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Posted December 26 2010 - 03:22 AM

1) The Passion of Joan of Arc (CC has hinted at a re-release, saying 2011 was "possible")

2) The Magnificent Ambersons (ideally two versions: the theatrical cut and a Rick Schmidlin-esque reconstruction using stills and Herrmann's original music cues)

3) Lawrence of Arabia (mastered in 8K)

4) Vertigo (ideally mastered in 6K)

5) The Dekalog (easily one of the two or three most requested titles from Criterion)

6) Night of the Living Dead (yes, this is already out on blu-ray, but I'd like to see a definitive release w/ documentaries, interviews, stills galleries, and released under a proper label, like Criterion)

7) Ryan's Daughter (already on DVD, would love a blu, ideally mastered in 8K)

8) Heaven's Gate (director's and theatrical cut...this has been rumored for CC through their relationship with MGM)

9) A boxset of Orson Welle's Shakespearean films (MacBeth, Othello and Chimes at Midnight)

10) Gone To Earth (restored cut, and the American re-edit)



#9 of 59 Steve...O

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Posted December 26 2010 - 03:30 AM

Top 10 movie wishlist:


1776

Mad World

Song of the South

Rear Window

Vertigo

Dial M For Murder

Way Out West (recent UCLA restoration - looks great)

Yankee Doodle Dandy

Meet Me in St. Louis

The Raven (Karloff, Price, Lorre Version)


Top 5 TV series to come in BD:


Batman

The Honeymooners (39)

I Love Lucy

Perry Mason

The Avengers (Emma Peel episodes)



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Posted December 26 2010 - 03:57 AM

Dial M for Murder and meet me in st.louis have previously been announced for late 2011



#11 of 59 Dave Moritz

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Posted December 26 2010 - 04:43 AM

Indiana Jones Trilogy

Star Wars 1 - 6 (Original Trilogy Untouched, doubt that will happen) The new trilogy in 7.1, bet Lucas now holds out til the studios start dealing with Dolby True HD again!

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Bad Boys 2

(New Transfer) Patton

Lethal Weapon 3

Lethal Weapon 4

Abyss

The King And I

Scrooged

Fiddler On The Roof





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#12 of 59 Douglas Monce

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Posted December 26 2010 - 05:35 AM

The Big Sleep (1946) With a new transfer and clean up ala The Maltese Falcon.


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Posted December 26 2010 - 05:52 AM


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Originally Posted by Brianruns10 

8) Heaven's Gate (director's and theatrical cut...this has been rumored for CC through their relationship with MGM)



This would be a great release.  They could also include the FINAL CUT documentary narrated by Willem Dafoe.


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#14 of 59 Frank M

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Posted December 27 2010 - 04:34 AM

Eddie Felson Anniversary Edition:


The Hustler - 50th

The Color of Money - 25th



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Posted December 28 2010 - 04:59 AM

1. The American President

2. The Rocketeer

3. The Abyss

4. Empire of the Sun

5. On Her Majesty's Secret Service

6. The Apartment

7. Sense and Sensibility

8. Jurassic Park

9. JAWS

10. Titanic



#16 of 59 Martin Teller

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Posted December 28 2010 - 05:12 AM

Time of the Gypsies

Fanny and Alexander

The Conformist

Revenge of a Kabuki Actor

The Hole (Ming-liang Tsai)

Satantango

Rear Window

Aguirre: the Wrath of God

The Vertical Ray of the Sun/The Scent of Green Papaya

anything by Satyajit Ray, but let's say the Apu trilogy



#17 of 59 MatthewA

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Posted December 28 2010 - 02:17 PM

Bedknobs and Broomsticks (2011 is the 40th anniversary, and I'd like to see a seamless branching option to include the "Step in the Right Direction" photo montage in the body of the film, which I wish the DVDs had had [unless of course the footage for it finally turns up])

The Manchurian Candidate (1962)

The Ten Commandments (55th anniversary, I'm guessing this is coming since it has been restored)

Mr. Smith Goes To Washington

My Fair Lady

The Producers (1968, why this was not in the Mel Brooks box set is beyond me)

Giant (supposedly in pretty dire need of restoration)

Hello, Dolly!

Airplane!

Pee-Wee's Big Adventure (his Broadway show is being taped for HBO, so this would be a good time to do it)


Enough is enough, Disney. No more evasions or excuses. We DEMAND the release Song of the South on Blu-ray along with the uncut version of Bedknobs and Broomsticks on Blu-ray. I will not support anything your company produces until then.


#18 of 59 Paul_Scott

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Posted December 28 2010 - 02:59 PM

complete, utter wishery


Jean de Florette/ Manon Of The Spring

The Apartment

Love With The Proper Stranger

Outland

Wolfen

I Wanna Hold Your Hand

Mister Roberts

A Little Romance

Barbarella

The Seven Year Itch



#19 of 59 mattCR

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Posted December 28 2010 - 03:07 PM

Shoah needs re-released (really, released proper) for BD or DVD or any format.


Who Framed Roger Rabbit? needs a bluray release...

In the Company of Men - needs a bluray release...


The Ice Storm ... needs a bluray release


Eve's Bayou ... needs a bluray release



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#20 of 59 Robin9

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Posted December 28 2010 - 10:11 PM

How about some Robert Mitchum on Blu-ray?


As Fox Home Entertainment have shown with South Pacific and The Sound Of Music that they can produce high quality BRDs when they make the effort, let's have Heaven Knows Mister Allison and River of No Return on Blu-ray. If done right and from good elements, those two movies would look just fine in HD.


So would The Wonderful Country! It's not out even on DVD but it has great color cinematography ideal for HD. What about Track Of The Cat and all that snow? I assume Warners still have this. So, Warners: how about it?