I don't know how this licensing thing works... whether Criterion comes to Paramount requesting they be able to release certain titles, or whether Paramount provides Criterion with a list of films it would be willing to license out. Hoping that it works more along the lines of the former, I would then also hope that Paramount would be amenable to Blu-ray releases of some of its catalog by Criterion. If Paramount has no plans to make them available on its own label, I would offer suggestions for the licensing of the following to Criterion for special editions and, if possible, Blu-ray editions: DON'T LOOK NOW (This would be a worthy addition to the existing Nicolas Roeg series already available from Criterion, and it badly needs a remaster and some decent supplements. Roeg is still very much alive...hint, hint). Blu-ray would serve this film beautifully. THE DUELLISTS (One of the dozen or two most beautifully photographed color films, and a Ridley Scott effort to boot). Cries out for high definition. DRAGONSLAYER (An incredibly popular film on video, but one which has sadly never had any supplementary material attached to it. I'd love to watch an in-depth documentary showing behind-the-scenes shots of the creation of the creature at I.L.M. and a demonstration of the go-motion technique. A director/cast commentary would be entirely possible, excepting Ralph Richardson. An isolated score would really be fine, considering the Alex North score has been out of print for ages). How glorious this would be on Blu-ray! HATARI (Blu-ray release) TRUE GRIT (Blu-ray release) NAKED PREY (Blu-ray release) ROBINSON CRUSOE ON MARS (Blu-ray release) Ohy, heck, this list could go on and on. But as Criterion seems to have the capacity to release only one Paramount title every two or three months, I can only hope the titles I've mentioned would surface at some point.