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Criterion Wish Listing 2016

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Kevin EK, Jan 24, 2016.

  1. Kevin EK

    Kevin EK Producer
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    Once again with deference to Dick, who put up the great speculative Criterion thread in 2014, I just wanted to see if people had some continuing hopes and dreams for what we might see from Criterion in 2016:


    Revisiting my prior list from last year, regardless of reality, and noting that some of the items from the last couple of years actually have been picked up, just not by Criterion.




    1. Hard Eight

    2. No Highway in the Sky

    3. Croupier

    4. Popeye (Yes, the Altman one. Just for the bonus features...)

    5. David Mamet 3-pack (House of Games, Homicide as upgrades, plus Things Change as a new Criterion)

    6. The Magnificent Ambersons (carrying over the bonus material from the laserdisc) - upgrade from laserdisc (and to honor Larry Granberry – also including an archival copy of the lost director’s cut from Rio – assuming one is ever found…)

    7. Alec Guiness set (Including Kind Hearts and Coronets)

    8. Pinero

    9. Dead Calm

    10. Never Cry Wolf

    11. The Silent Partner

    12. The Sugarland Express (yes, a bare bones edition was made available by Universal – I’d like to see something far more in depth…)

    13. The Day After (providing a good HD transfer and a new commentary with Nicholas Meyer - restoring the audio for the ending)

    14. Sticks and Bones (Robert Downey Sr. TV movie adaptation of David Rabe's play) (And frankly, I’d love to see other Downey work being tackled by Criterion in Blu – particularly Greaser’s Palace)

    15. The Man in the Glass Booth

    16. Leaving Las Vegas

    17. Shine - upgrade from laserdisc

    18. Missing - upgrade

    19. Searching for Bobby Fischer (currently only on Blu as an MOD!!!!)

    20. Chinatown

    21. Blood Simple

    22. Dead Ringers (upgrade from Criterion laserdisc, maybe with some new bonus features)

    23. Rush (1991)

    24. Bird (a full-on expanded Criterion examination of this film, and of Charlie Parker)

    25. Adaptation

    26. Fearless (currently only on Blu as an MOD!!!)

    27. The Year of Living Dangerously


    I note that last year and this year’s projected releases from various other companies have taken some of my original list off the table. I asked for a Spartacus upgrade, and it turned out that Universal gave us a good one – although I would have preferred to have all the Criterion bonus content. As it is, I still must keep my Criterion DVD for the great commentary, etc. Twilight Time gave us Lenny last year, and apparently will be giving us Cutter’s Way and Runaway Train later this year. Shout! will be offering a deluxe edition of Midnight Run in July. And Universal has finally made 100 Men and a Girl available as an MOD DVD. The last one flabbergasts me, partially due to my family’s connection to the film. But also because this is a movie that was nominated for Best Picture when it came out – and the only way we can see it on DVD or anything past laser is as an MOD disc. And of course in 2015, Kino gave us a Blu of River's Edge.
     
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    The two I want are:


    Touchez Pas au Grisbi (surprised this hasn't been released in France)

    Written on the Wind (will look beautiful on blu-ray)
     
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    I was thinking that they had La Vérité (The Truth) (1960)... would be great if they released it this year
     
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    hmmm... anything from pre-60s would be awesome.
     
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    Rush was released by Kino - so, it's not going to happen.


    Croupier was released by Hen's Tooth - so, it's not going to happen.


    C'mon. Everyone should know by now that WAC Blu's are pressed discs as opposed to MOD. Thus, Fearless is not goint to happen either.


    Searching for Bobby Fischer was never released on BD. MOD or not!


    Never Cry Wolf will never happen since it's with Disney.


    Anyways, my wish is the uncut The Devils.
     
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    More Ozu is always welcome. And I second the Chinatown request - with all the Polanskis Criterion has released, I have to think (or hope) that at some point this has to be in the offing.


    Otherwise, the ones I'm looking forward to are some that have already been indicated as being on the slate for this year. One of these is The Story of the Last Chrysanthemum (can't wait to see the restoration of this Mizoguchi masterwork). And McCabe & Mrs. Miller cannot get here fast enough.


    Oh, and more Powell & Pressburger. I'd love to see if Criterion could license the Tales of Hoffman restoration, but I'd also love a Blu-ray upgrade of I Know Where I'm Going!.
     
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    The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
    The Alamo
    The Magnificent Ambersons
    Any Cary Grant films
    Any Hitchcock films
    One, Two, Three
     
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    Chimes at Midnight (looks like it's actually coming)

    The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover

    La Belle Noiseuse

    The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm

    The Scarlet Pimpernel (1935)
     
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    Dead Ringers.


    Goodbar.


    Parallax View.


    Waterloo.


    the devils.
     
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    My list is exactly the same as it was a year ago, since none of these have come yet:

    1. Time of the Gypsies
    2. anything by Ming-liang Tsai
    3. The Vertical Ray of the Sun
    4. The Trial
    5. The Exterminating Angel (upgrade)
    6. Nights of Cabiria (upgrade)
    7. An Angel at My Table (upgrade)
    8. Innocence
    9. Drugstore Cowboy
    10. Bergman faith trilogy (upgrade)
    11. Cairo Station
    12. Werckmeister Harmonies
    13. A Page of Madness
    14. Red Beard (upgrade)
    15. Songs from the Second Floor
    16. Syndromes and a Century
    17. Devils on the Doorstep
    18. Devi
    19. A Moment of Innocence
    20. Limite
    21. Linda Linda Linda
    22. Waiting for Happiness
    23. The Lineup
    24. War and Peace (Bondarchuk)
    25. Drowning by Numbers
     
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    It would be cool to see Cronenberg's Crash and Dead Ringers show up in the collection again.


    I guess Universal is working on them but I would have loved to see a "Marx Brothers at Paramount (1929-1933)" boxset!


    And The Parallax View and Ambersons, which were already mentioned above.
     
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  12. Kevin EK

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    Thanks very much to Chris for the corrections.


    I hadn't realized that Rush had been thrown to us by Kino Lorber - I'll grab that.

    And I'd been corrected last year about Searching for Bobby Fischer on that same point - and forgot it again. I plead the fifth.


    But Croupier? That's a bare-bones release of "Here's your movie and be happy you got it!". I don't want bare-bones. I want the full Criterion treatment! Same thing for Fearless, which deserves a lot closer examination than just being slapped on the disc. (And I say that as an owner of that disc.)

    (Never said this was realistic - I'm also insisting that they send someone to Rio to find that lost cut of Magnificent Ambersons...)


    And I continue to hope that someone will show some love to Never Cry Wolf. Yes, it's Disney and probably will get relegated to their Disney Club Release ideas. But I always hope that this movie and even The Black Hole could get a Criterion examination someday... You may say I'm a dreamer...


    I'd totally forgotten about Mr. Goodbar. Yes, that's a very very good catch there.
     
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    • Black God White Devil (1964), Antonio Das Mortes (1969), and Terra em Transe (1967) (Glauber Rocha)
    • Lili Marleen (1981), Eight Hours Are Not a Day (1972), and Wildwechsel (1973) (Rainer Werner Fassbinder)
    • Los olvidados (1950), The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz (1955), and El (1953) (Luis Bunuel)
    • Imitation of Life (1959), A Time to Love and a Time to Die (1958), and There's Always Tomorrow (1956) (Douglas Sirk)
    • Soldier of Orange (1977), The 4th Man (1983), and Turkish Delight (1973) (Paul Verhoeven)
    • The Lady Without Camelias (1953), Le amiche (1955), and The Passenger (1975) (Michelangelo Antonioni)
    • Rocco and His Brothers (1960), The Stranger (1967), and Sandra (1965) (Luchino Visconti)
    • Landscape in the Mist (1988), Voyage to Cythera (1984), and Eternity and a Day (1998) (Theo Angelopoulos)
    • Raise the Red Lantern (1991), To Live (1994), and Red Sorghum (1987) (Yimou Zhang)
    • The Time to Live and and the Time to Die (1985), A City of Sadness (1989), and Dust in the Wind (1987) (Hou hsiao-hsien)
    • The Crime of Monsieur Lange (1936), Toni (1935), and La Chienne (1931) (Jean Renoir)
    • Poor Cow (1967), Family Life (1971), Ladybird Ladybird (1994), and Land and Freedom (1995) (Ken Loach)
    • Days and Nights in the Forest (1970), Distant Thunder (1973), and The Goddess (1960) (Satyajit Ray)
    • Kokoro (1955), Alone Across the Pacific (1963), and Revenge of a Kabuki Actor (1963) (Kon Ichikawa)
    • The Promised Land (1975), Man of Marble (1977), and Man of Iron (1981) (Andrzej Wajda)
    • Cantata (1963), My Way Home (1965), and The Round-Up (1966) (Miklos Jancso)
    • Le Bal (1983), Ugly, Dirty and Bad (1976), and We All Loved Each Other So Much (1974) (Ettore Scola)
    • Merry-Go-Round (1956), Professor Hannibal (1956), and The Boys From Paul Street (1969) (Zoltan Fabri)
    • Camouflage (1977), The Constant Factor (1980), and The Illumination (1973) (Krzysztof Zanussi)
    • A Matter of Dignity (1958), Stella (1955), and A Girl in Black (1956) (Mihalis Kakogiannis)
    • Time of the Gypsies (1988), Underground (1995), and Black Cat White Cat (1998) (Emir Kusturica)
    • Jonah Who Will be 25 in the Year 2000 (1976), In the White City (1983) and Charles Dead or Alive (1969) (Alain Tanner)
    • War and Peace (1967), Waterloo (1970), and Destiny of a Man (1959) (Sergei Bondarchuk)
    • The Asthenic Syndrome (1989), Brief Encounters (1967), and A Long Goodbye (1971) (Kira Muratova)
    • Mephisto (1981), Colonel Redl (1985), and Hanussen (1988) (Istvan Szabo)
    • Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (1988), All About My Mother (1999), and Talk to Her (2002) (Pedro Almodovar)
    • He Who Must Die (1957) (Jules Dassin)
    • Moi, un noir (1958) (Jean Rouch)
    • Murderers Among Us (1946) (Wolfgang Staudte)
    • Special Section (1975) (Costa-Gavras)
    • Ghost World (2001) (Terry Zwigoff)
    • Secrets and Lies (1996) (Mike Leigh)
    • Il Bidone (1955) (Federico Fellini)
    • Fury (1936) (Fritz Lang)
    • Miracle in Milan (1951) (Vittorio de Sica)
    • A Matter of Life and Death (1946) (Powell & Pressburger)
    • Broken Lullaby (1932) (Ernst Lubitsch)
    • I Walk Alone (1948) (Byron Haskin)
    • La caza (1966) (Carlos Saura)
    • Flashback (1969) (Raffaele Andreassi)
    • The Spanish Prisoner (1997) (David Mamet)
    • Children of Hiroshima (1952) (Kaneto Shindo)
    • Calle Mayor (1956) (Juan Antonio Bardem)
    • Hud (1963) (Martin Ritt)
    • Hell is for Heroes (1962) (Don Siegel)
    • Ordinary People (1980) (Robert Redford)
    • Looking for Mr. Goodbar (1977) (Richard Brooks)
    • The Savage Innocents (1960) (Nicholas Ray)
    • Summer Clouds (1958) (Mikio Naruse)
    • Yellow Earth (1985) (Chen Kaige)
    • Pixote (1981) (Hector Babenco)
    • Les bons débarras (1979) (Francis Mankiewicz)
    • Les ordres (1974) (Michel Brault)
    • Léolo (1992) (Jean-Claude Lauzon)
    • Goin' Down the Road (1970) (Donald Shebib)
    • The Grey Fox (1982) (Philip Borsos)
    • Nine Lives (1957) (Arne Skouen)
    • A Swedish Love Story (1970) (Roy Andersson)
    • Intimate Lighting (1965) (Ivan Passer)
    • Diamonds of the Night (1964) (Jan Nemec)
    • Case for a Rookie Hangman (1970) (Pavel Juracek)
    • Carriage to Vienna (1966) (Karel Kachnya)
    • Trapení (1962) (Karel Kachnya)
    • Distant Journey (1950) (Alfred Radok)
    • Vidas Secas (1963) (Nelson Pereira dos Santos)
    • O Pagador de Promessas (1962) (Anselmo Duarte)
    • Os Fuzis (1964) (Ruy Guerra)
    • They Don't Wear Black Tie (1981) (Leon Hirszman)
    • Les Carabiniers (1963) and Le Petit Soldat (1963) (Jean-Luc Godard)
    • Providence (1977) and La guerre est finie (1966) (Alain Resnais)
    • Before the Revolution (1964) and The Spider's Stratagem (1970) (Bernardo Bertolucci)
    • Ogro (1979) and Burn! (1969) (Gillo Pontecorvo)
    • The Mattei Affair (1972) and Illustrious Corpses (1976) (Francesco Rosi)
    • Diary of a Mad Housewife (1970) and Ladybug Ladybug (1963) (Frank Perry)
    • City Streets (1931) and Golden Boy (1939) (Rouben Mamoulian)
    • The Lost Weekend (1945) and One, Two, Three (1961) (Billy Wilder)
    • Outcast of the Islands (1951) and The Man Between (1953) (Carol Reed)
    • The Go-Between (1970) and Mr. Klein (1976) (Joseph Losey)
    • Westfront 1918 (1930) and Kameradschaft (1931) (G.W. Pabst)
    • To Each His Own (1946) and Hold Back the Dawn (1941) (Mitchell Leisen)
    • Maborosi (1995) and After Life (1998) (Hirokazu Koreeda)
    • Let Him Have It (1991) and The Krays (1990) (Peter Medak)
    • An Average Little Man (1977) and The Great War (1959) (Mario Monicelli)
    • Pelle the Conqueror (1987) and The Best Intentions (1992) (Bille August)
    • Sun in the Last Days of the Shogunate (1957) and Suzaki Paradise Red Light District (1956) (Yuzo Kawashima)
    • The Funeral (1984) and Tampopo (1985) (Juzo Itami)
    • Eros + Massacre (1969) and Akitsu Springs (1962) (Yoshishige Yoshida)
    • Placido (1961) and El Verdugo (1963) (Luis Garcia Berlanga)
    • The Hourglass Sanatorium (1973) and The Saragossa Manuscript (1965) (Wojciech Has)
    • I as in Icarus (1979) and The President (1961) (Henri Verneuil)
    • Trilogy (1983) and Distant Voices Still Lives (1988) (Terence Davies)
    • Europa Europa (1990) and Olivier Olivier (1992) (Agnieszka Holland)
    • Boat People (1982) and Summer Snow (1995) (Ann Hui)
    • Center Stage (1991) and Rouge (1987) (Stanley Kwan)
    • Toto the Hero (1991) and The Eighth Day (1996) (Jaco Van Dormael)
    • Prospero's Books (1991) and The Baby of Macon (1993) (Peter Greenaway)
    • The L-Shaped Room (1962) and Whistle Down the Wind (1961) (Bryan Forbes)
    • Women in Love (1969) and The Music Lovers (1970) (Ken Russell)
    • Isadora (1968) and Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (1960) (Karel Reisz)
    • A Taste of Honey (1961) and Look Back in Anger (1959) (Tony Richardson)
    • A Kind of Loving (1962) and Darling (1965) (John Schlesinger)
    • Marat/Sade (1967) and King Lear (1971) (Peter Brook)
    • We'll Live to Monday (1968) and White Bim Black Ear (1977) (Stanislav Rostotsky)
    • Trial on the Road (1971) and Twenty Days Without War (1977) (Aleksey German)
    • Hamlet (1963) and King Lear (1969) (Grigori Kozintsev)
    • Memories of Underdevelopment (1968) and Death of a Bureaucrat (1966) (Tomas Gutierrez Alea)

    BLU-RAY UPGRADES:
    • Ballad of a Soldier
    • Blast of Silence
    • The Burmese Harp
    • Dead Ringers
    • Elevator to the Gallows
    • Great Expectations
    • House of Games
    • Kanal
    • Kapo
    • Murmur of the Heart
    • The Naked City
    • Night on Earth
    • Onibaba
    • La Strada
    • White Dog
     
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    Colossus: The Forbin Project (1969, widescreen)

    The President's Analyst (1967, with Theodore Flicker's The Troublemaker (1964, Janus Films) as a bonus feature)

    Day of the Jackal (1973)

    Zoo in Budapest (1933)

    I Walk Alone (1948)

    The Face Behind the Mask (1941)

    The Detective (1954, a.k.a. Father Brown)

    The Green Man (1956)

    Laughter in Paradise (1951)

    Invaders from Mars (1953, restored)

    Bird of Paradise (1951, restored)

    Danger Route (1967)

    The Scarf (1951)

    Robbery (1967)

    Fear Is the Key (1972)

    I Start Counting... (1969)

    The Spy in Black (1939)

    One of Our Aircraft Is Missing (1942)

    Gone to Earth (1950) / The Wild Heart (1952, Selznick's re-edit)

    The Elusive Pimpernel (1950)

    Under Capricorn (1949)

    Among the Living (1941)

    The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom (1968)

    American Hot Wax (1978)

    Q Planes (1939, a.k.a. Clouds Over Europe)

    Diamond Jim (1935)

    The Little Prince and the Eight-Headed Dragon (1963)

    Unman, Wittering & Zigo (1971)

    Fraulein Doktor (1969)

    Gunn (1967)

    Darker Than Amber (1970)

    Where's Jack? (1969)

    Only When I Larf (1968)

    Blood and Roses (1960)

    The Accused (1949)

    Alias Nick Beal (1949)

    Repeat Performance (1947)

    Fear in the Night (1947)

    The Devil Thumbs a Ride (1947)

    Breakdown (1997)

    To Live (1994)

    The Icicle Thief (1989)

    Volere Volare (1991)

    Buster Keaton: A Hard Act to Follow (1987)


    --Also, though this is a real longshot... I'd really like to see Criterion give a little attention to some select, short-form classic television (1 season or less). They dabbled with TV content a little bit in their laserdisc days, with a couple of select episode collections from a couple of popular series, but I'm talking here about neglected gems, some with ties to major filmmakers. If it were up to me, I'd love to see eventual Criterion collections of:


    T.H.E. Cat (1966-67, 26 half-hour episodes, Boris Sagal, Harry Julian Fink (True Grit, Dirty Harry); one episode was Jacques Tourneur's last directorial effort)

    The Westerner (1960, 13 half-hour episodes, Sam Peckinpah)

    Way Out (1961, 14 half-hour episodes, Roald Dahl)

    Suspicion (1957-58, 23 filmed hour episodes, Alfred Hitchcock, Stirling Silliphant, Arthur Hiller, Eric Ambler, Lewis Milestone)

    Coronet Blue (1965/67, 13 hour episodes, Larry Cohen)

    The Man Who Never Was (1966-67, 18 half-hour episodes, the final episode concludes the storyline)

    Bus Stop (1961-62, 26 hour episodes, Robert Altman, Don Seigel, Arthur Hiller, Stuart Rosenberg, Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.)
     
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    There was an excellent RB Blu release of Robbery last year, so I would assume that's coming soon from a US distributor.
     
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    Here's an unlikely Title for any post VHS/Laserdisc physical media release that springs to mind:


    LET IT BE (1970) - For me, this would be an ideal Criterion Beatles Bookend/Companion piece with their A HARD DAY'S NIGHT (1964) 50th Anniversary Edition. A treasure trove of extras could be included in such a set, including a profile of LIB Director Michael Lindsay-Hogg (The biological son of Orson Welles, no less!), a most interesting subject in his own right! He could provide some interesting commentary, as well!


    Perhaps someday, this might become a reality?


    CHEERS! :)
     
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    went and pulled the list I compiled in 2014 year, so a lot of carry-overs, left the ones from last year to see the progress

    Previous listed and released

    1. The Apu Trilogy
    3. Spartacus (upgrade- and done correctly) Thanks Universal for finally getting it right
    6 Ikiru (upgrade)
    13. The Kid (Chaplin)
    15. Day for Night ( yea I know it’s WB, so was Badlands!)
    22. The Killers double Feature (upgrade)


    1. The Lodger (Hitchcock)
    2. Detour (finally)
    3. Utegsu (upgrade)
    4. The Unbearable Lightness Of Being (upgrade)
    5. Women In Love
    6. Bad Day at Black Rock ( yea I know it’s WB, so was Badlands!)
    7. A Matter of Life and Death
    8. Oliver’s Shakespeare Box Henry V (upgrade),Hamlet (upgrade),Richard III (upgrade)
    9. Kind Hearts and Cornets (upgrade)
    10. The Go-Between
    11. The Decalogue
    12. Pandora's Box (upgrade)
    13. The Marx Brothers' The Paramount Years (The Cocoanuts, Horse Feathers, Duck Soup, Animal Crackers, Monkey Business)
    14. The Day After
    15. The Lady Eve (upgrade)
    16. That Hamilton Woman (upgrade)
    17. Berlin Alexanderplatz (upgrade)
    18. Closely Watched Trains (upgrade)

    new additions

    19. A Touch of Zen
    20. Howard Hawks Screwball Set, His Girl Friday/ Twentieth Century/ Ball of Fire.
    21. Capra's Platinum Blonde
    22. Night of the Living Dead
    23. Olympiad
    24. 3 Silent Classics by Josef von Sternberg (upgrade)
    25. Song of the South




    some new, some old, and some with transfers well over 14 years old
     
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    The Music Lovers.....British Roadshow version with Overture, Intermission.
     
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    You guys got some great ones listed already..It would be cool to see American Hot Wax, Blood And Roses, House Of Games, etc etc in HD.


    Or And God Created Woman, Le Samourai, His Girl Friday, My Man Godfrey
     
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    NEVER CRY WOLF does have an HD master, but whether or not Disney will issue it as a hard copy is up in the air -- it could be a future Movie Club edition. SEARCHING FOR BOBBY FISHER, like so many Paramount films we are waiting for, Also has an HD master collecting dust. I doubt FISHER would be desirable for Criterion, but others might: THE PARALLAX VIEW, RAGTIME, ROMAN HOLIDAY, etc.
     

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