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Criterion Announces first 6 4K Titles

Criterion has announced its first 4K Ultra HD releases, a six-film slate that includes Citizen Kane, Menace II Society, The Piano, Mulholland Dr., The Red Shoes, and A Hard Day’s Night. The first of these editions and their special features will be detailed in their November 2021 announcement next week, with others to follow in subsequent months.  The most dazzling debut in cinema history, Orson Welles’s Citizen Kane was Criterion’s first laserdisc release 37 years ago. It now rejoins the library after a long absence, making its first appearance in 4K Ultra HD along with Allen and Albert Hughes’s riveting breakthrough Menace II Society; Jane Campion’s Academy Award–winning The Piano, starring Holly Hunter and Anna Paquin in her breakout role; David Lynch’s Mulholland Dr., a tale of love and jealousy in the city of dreams; Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger’s singular Technicolor fantasia The Red Shoes; and Richard Lester’s timeless movie musical A Hard Day’s Night, which brought the

Ep. 82 of War Machine vs. War Horse: Two Days, One Night (Office Space vs. Time Out)

On this episode we face unemployment with the help of friends, family, and Marion Cotillard's great performance in the new Criterion Collection release TWO DAYS, ONE NIGHT. Not content with the support of just one film we also look back to 1999's comedy classic (as certified by the Library of Congress) OFFICE SPACE, and rely on a scumbag named Vincent who has some decent driving skills in 2001's TIME OUT. GUEST: Emily Mackay of Movies N' Mayhem attempts to aid us in our butchering of the French language.