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How Many of the 109 BEST Films Do You Own on R1 DVD?

 
Old 03-09-04, 01:11 PM
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0 and proud of it.

There actually are maybe 3 on that list I will likely own someday like Godfather and a few others.
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37 currently and theres another 15 or 20 that I plan to pick up eventually...

1. Citizen Kane (Welles/1941/Warner)
2. Vertigo (Hitchcock/1958/Universal)
4. 8½ (Fellini/1963/Criterion)
5. 2001: A Space Odyssey (Kubrick/1968/Warner)
7. The Godfather Part II (Coppola/1974/Paramount)
8. Seven Samurai (Kurosawa/1954/Criterion)
9. Rashomon (Kurosawa/1951/Criterion)
10. Singin' in the Rain (Donen/1951/Warner)
14. Lawrence of Arabia (Lean/1962/Columbia TriStar)
15. The Godfather (Coppola/1972/Paramount)
19. Touch of Evil (Welles/1958/Universal)
22. Dr. Strangelove (Kubrick/1964/Columbia TriStar)
22. Raging Bull (Scorsese/1980/MGM-UA)--OOP
25. Psycho (Hitchcock/1960/Universal)
25. Sunset Blvd. (Wilder/1950/Paramount)
28. Some Like It Hot (Wilder/1959/MGM-UA)
37. The Apartment (Wiilder/1960/MGM-UA)
37. Apocalypse Now (Coppola/1979/Paramount)
37. The Seventh Seal (Bergman/1956/Criterion)
37. Taxi Driver (Scorsese/1976/Columbia TriStar)
43. Casablanca (Curtiz/1942/Warner)
43. Chinatown (Polanski/1974/Paramount)
55. North by Northwest (Hitchcock/1959/Warner)
55. On the Waterfront (Kazan/1954/Columbia TriStar)
64. The Wizard of Oz (Fleming/1939/Warner)
65. Blade Runner (Scott/1982/Warner)
65. Nashville (Altman/1975/Paramount)
65. Pulp Fiction (Tarantino/1994/Miramax)
65. Rear Window (Hitchcock/1954/Universal)
82. A Clockwork Orange (Kubrick/1971/Warner)
82. The Night of the Hunter (Laughton/1955/MGM-UA)
82. Ran (Kurosawa/1985/Wellspring)
95. Blue Velvet (Lynch/1986/MGM-UA)
95. McCabe & Mrs Miller (Altman/1971/Warner)
95. Notorious (Hitchcock/1946/Criterion/Anchor Bay OOP)
95. Once Upon a Time in America (Leone/1983/Warner)
124. To Kill a Mockingbird (Mulligan/1962/Universal)
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Just Pulp Fiction for me. We should go by the IMDB Top 250 list instead.
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21 currently. There are about 30 more on my wish list including some that I'm waiting for the definitive version to be released.
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Since last August, when I started this thread, there have been more Region 1 releases of these "Sight+Sound Poll" titles. Here is an update on the availability of those titles from post #3:


Released or Announced (13)
3. Rules of the Game/La Règle du jeu (Renoir/1939/Criterion)--an ESSENTIAL release
6. Tokyo Story (Ozu/1953/Criterion)
37. Pather Panchali (S. Ray/1954/Columbia TriStar)--superior release available in R2/UK (Artificial Eye)
55. La Strada (Fellini/1954/Criterion)
55. Persona (Bergman/1966/MGM-UA)--individual release available; box set due April 20th
65. Once Upon a Time in the West (Leone/1968/Paramount)
82. Ikiru/To Live (Kurosawa/1952/Criterion)
82. The Leopard (Visconti/1963/Criterion)--due May 25th
95. The Grapes of Wrath (Ford/1940/Fox)--due April 6th
95. My Darling Clementine (Ford/1946/Fox)
95. Shoah (Lanzmann/1985/New Yorker)
95. Treasure of the Sierra Madre (Huston/1948/Warner)
124. A Man Escaped/Un Condamné à mort s'est échappé (Bresson/1957/New Yorker)--due on May 25th (to be released the same day in R2/UK by Artificial Eye)


Expected in 2004 (not announced) (6)
16. La Dolce vita (Fellini/1960/Koch Lorber vs Paramount)--Held up by a dispute between Koch Lorber and Paramount concerning distribution rights. Available in R2/Italy (Medusa)
43. Ugetsu (Mizoguchi/1954/Criterion)--due in 2004??
65. The Battle of Algiers (Pontecorvo/1965/Criterion) due in 2004
65. L'Age d'Or (Buñuel/1930/Kino)--due in 2004
95. L'Argent (Bresson/1983/New Yorker)--due later in 2004
95. A Matter of Life & Death/Stairway to Heaven (Powell & Pressburger/1946/Columbia TriStar) Due in 2004. Available in R2/UK (Carlton)


Unavailable in Region 1 (27)
28. Fanny & Alexander (Bergman/1983/MGM-UA)--not released yet; available in R2/UK (Artificial Eye)
37. Au Hasard Balthazar (Bresson/1966/Criterion)--possible in 2004
55. The Conformist (Bertolucci/1971/Paramount)--not available yet
55. Story of the Late Chrysanthemums (Mizoguchi/1939/Criterion)--not available yet
65. Greed (von Stroheim/1925/Warner)--expected in 2005 per Warner/HTF chat
65. The Magnificent Ambersons (Welles/1942/Warner)--not available yet
65. Napoleon (Gance/1927/Universal)--not released yet; Available in R4/Australia (Universal)
65. Pickpocket (Bresson/1959/New Yorker)--not yet available
82. City of Sadness (Hou/1989/?)--not released yet
82. Sansho the Bailiff/Sansho Dayu (Mizoguchi/1954/Criterion)--not released yet
82. The Travelling Players (Angelopoulos/1975/New Yorker)--not released yet
82. Viaggio in Italia/Voyage to Italy/Strangers (Rossellini/1953/?) Available in R2/UK (bfi) as Journey to Italy
82. Viridiana (Buñuel/1961/?)--not released yet
95. Chimes at Midnight/Falstaff (Welles/1967/?)--not released yet
95. The Earrings of Madame de . . . (Ophuls/1953/Criterion)--not available yet
95. Letter from an Unknown Woman (Ophuls/1948/Artisan)--not released yet . Available in R2/France (Wild Side Video)
95. Two or Three Things I Know About Her/2 ou 3 choses que je sais d'elle (Godard/1966/Criterion)--not released yet
124. A Canterbury Tale (Powell & Pressburger/1944/?)--Available in R2/UK (Carlton)
124. The Eclipse/L'éclisse (Antonioni/1962/Criterion)--not released yet
124. Floating Clouds/Ukigumo (Naruse/1955/?)--not available yet
124. Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles (Akerman/1975/New Yorker)--not released yet
124. King Kong (Schoedsack & Cooper/1930/Warner)--due in 2005 per the Warner/HTF chat
124. Late Spring (Ozu/1949/?)--not available yet
124. The Music Room (S. Ray/1958/?)--not available yet. Available in R2/France (films sans frontières)
124. The Time to Live & the Time to Die (Hou/1985/?)--Available in R0/NTSC limited edition box set from Sino Movie (Taiwan)
124. Tristana (Buñuel/1970/Criterion)--not available yet
124. Un Chien Andalou (Buñuel/1928/?)--not available yet


So ... there are now
122 of the S+S "Best" Films available in Region 1.

(For the record, I own 107 out of the 122, plus an additional 7 of the films not available in R1.)
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First off, it doesn't mean anything to me. I own what I WANT to own. They don't have The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly or Treasure of they have the overrated Man with the Movie Camera ?

What i've got:

1. Citizen Kane (Welles/1941/Warner)
2. Vertigo (Hitchcock/1958/Universal)
4. 8½ (Fellini/1963/Criterion)
9. Rashomon (Kurosawa/1951/Criterion)
10. Singin' in the Rain (Donen/1951/Warner)
12. Sunrise (Murnau/1927/Fox)
13. The Searchers (Ford/1956/Warner)
19. Touch of Evil (Welles/1958/Universal)
25. Psycho (Hitchcock/1960/Universal)
25. Sunset Blvd. (Wilder/1950/Paramount)
28. The General (Keaton/1926/Kino)--new version from Image in October
33. City Lights (Chaplin/1931/Image OOP/new version due from Warner late 2003 or early 2004)
37. The Seventh Seal (Bergman/1956/Criterion)
37. Taxi Driver (Scorsese/1976/Columbia TriStar)
43. Casablanca (Curtiz/1942/Warner)
43. Chinatown (Polanski/1974/Paramount)
43. Third Man (Reed/1949/Criterion)
48. Metropolis (Lang/1926/Kino)
50. M (Lang/1931/Criterion)
50. Wild Strawberries (Bergman/1957/Criterion)
55. Modern Times (Chaplin/1936/Warner)--Image version OOP
55. North by Northwest (Hitchcock/1959/Warner)
55. On the Waterfront (Kazan/1954/Columbia TriStar)
64. The Wizard of Oz (Fleming/1939/Warner)
65. The Gold Rush (Chaplin/1925/Warner)--Image version OOP
65. Pulp Fiction (Tarantino/1994/Miramax)
65. Rear Window (Hitchcock/1954/Universal)
65. Sweet Smell of Success (MacKendrick/1957/MGM-UA)
65. Wild Bunch (Peckinpah/1969/Warner)
82. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (Ford/1962/Paramount)
82. The Night of the Hunter (Laughton/1955/MGM-UA)
82. Ran (Kurosawa/1985/Wellspring)
95. Blue Velvet (Lynch/1986/MGM-UA)
95. Once Upon a Time in America (Leone/1983/Warner)
95. Sherlock, Jr. (Keaton/1924/Kino)--Image version due in October
124. Duck Soup (McCarey/1933/Image version OOP/Universal version not released yet)
124. Throne of Blood (Kurosawa/1957/Criterion)
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Old 03-09-04, 02:59 PM
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Re: How Many of the 109 BEST Films Do You Own on R1 DVD?

Interesting list . . . I'm not sure if I agree with the rankings or some of the inclusions/exclusions, but thay are all, nonetheless, very good films.

Anyway heres the breakdown . . .

Owned (13):
5. 2001: A Space Odyssey (Kubrick/1968/Warner)
7. The Godfather Part II (Coppola/1974/Paramount)
10. Singin' in the Rain (Donen/1951/Warner)
15. The Godfather (Coppola/1972/Paramount)
22. Dr. Strangelove (Kubrick/1964/Columbia TriStar)
33. Grand Illusion (Renoir/1938/Criterion)
43. Casablanca (Curtiz/1942/Warner)
55. Barry Lyndon (Kubrick/1975/Warner)
64. The Wizard of Oz (Fleming/1939/Warner)
65. Pulp Fiction (Tarantino/1994/Miramax)
82. A Clockwork Orange (Kubrick/1971/Warner)
95. It's a Wonderful Life (Capra/1946/Artisan)
124. To Kill a Mockingbird (Mulligan/1962/Universal)

Coming In My Next DDD Order (1):
48. Metropolis (Lang/1926/Kino)

Waiting Patiently For The SE (2):
82. Goodfellas (Scorsese/1990/Warner)
95. Gone with the Wind (Fleming/1939/Warner)
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13 for me out of 309 in my collection. Not too good.

1. Citizen Kane
7 Godfather II
15 Godfather
22 Dr. Strangelove
25 Psycho
28 Some Like it Hot
43 Casablanca
55 On the Waterfront
64 Wizard of Oz
65 Pulp Fiction
82 Goodfellas
95 His Girl Friday
95 Its a Wonderful Life

Although I am not a big fan of the AFI or this list, in general, I am, however, a big Oscar freak, and would eventually like to own all available Best Picture winners available, but that will take time (and $$$).
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Re: How Many of the 109 BEST Films Do You Own on R1 DVD?

Out of my 120 film DVDs, 35 are on this list:

Originally posted by FilmFanSea

1. Citizen Kane (Welles/1941/Warner)
2. Vertigo (Hitchcock/1958/Universal)
7. The Godfather Part II (Coppola/1974/Paramount)
8. Seven Samurai (Kurosawa/1954/Criterion)
9. Rashomon (Kurosawa/1951/Criterion)
10. Singin' in the Rain (Donen/1951/Warner)
14. Lawrence of Arabia (Lean/1962/Columbia TriStar)
15. The Godfather (Coppola/1972/Paramount)
19. Breathless/À bout de souffle (Godard/1959/Fox Lorber)
19. L'Avventura (Antonioni/1960/Criterion)
19. Touch of Evil (Welles/1958/Universal)
25. L'Atalante (Vigo/1934/New Yorker)
25. Psycho (Hitchcock/1960/Universal)
25. Sunset Blvd. (Wilder/1950/Paramount)
28. Some Like It Hot (Wilder/1959/MGM-UA)
33. City Lights (Chaplin/1931/Image OOP/2004)
43. Casablanca (Curtiz/1942/Warner)
43. Chinatown (Polanski/1974/Paramount)
43. Contempt/Le Mépris (Godard/1964/Criterion)
43. Third Man (Reed/1949/Criterion)
50. The 400 Blows/Les Quatre cents coups (Truffaut/1959/Criterion)
50. M (Lang/1931/Criterion)
55. Modern Times (Chaplin/1936/Warner)
55. On the Waterfront (Kazan/1954/Columbia TriStar)
65. The Gold Rush (Chaplin/1925/Warner)
65. Nashville (Altman/1975/Paramount)
65. Pulp Fiction (Tarantino/1994/Miramax)
65. Rear Window (Hitchcock/1954/Universal)
82. The Decalogue (Kieslowski/1988/Facets)
95. Blue Velvet (Lynch/1986/MGM-UA)
95. His Girl Friday (Hawks/1940/Columbia TriStar)
95. Notorious (Hitchcock/1946/Criterion/Anchor Bay OOP)
95. Once Upon a Time in America (Leone/1983/Warner)
95. Pierrot le Fou/Crazy Pete (Godard/1965/Wellspring)
124. All About Eve (Mankiewicz/1950/Fox)

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I own 72 of them out of the nearly 1000 DVDs I have.

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1. Citizen Kane (Welles/1941/Warner)
2. Vertigo (Hitchcock/1958/Universal)
4. 8½ (Fellini/1963/Criterion)
5. 2001: A Space Odyssey (Kubrick/1968/Warner)
7. The Godfather Part II (Coppola/1974/Paramount)
8. Seven Samurai (Kurosawa/1954/Criterion)
9. Rashomon (Kurosawa/1951/Criterion)
10. Singin' in the Rain (Donen/1951/Warner)
14. Lawrence of Arabia (Lean/1962/Columbia TriStar)
15. The Godfather (Coppola/1972/Paramount)
19. Touch of Evil (Welles/1958/Universal)
22. Dr. Strangelove (Kubrick/1964/Columbia TriStar)
25. Sunset Blvd. (Wilder/1950/Paramount)
28. Some Like It Hot (Wilder/1959/MGM-UA)
37. The Apartment (Wiilder/1960/MGM-UA)
37. Apocalypse Now (Coppola/1979/Paramount)
37. The Seventh Seal (Bergman/1956/Criterion)
37. Taxi Driver (Scorsese/1976/Columbia TriStar)
43. Casablanca (Curtiz/1942/Warner)
43. Chinatown (Polanski/1974/Paramount)
43. Third Man (Reed/1949/Criterion)
48. Metropolis (Lang/1926/Kino)
55. North by Northwest (Hitchcock/1959/Warner)
55. On the Waterfront (Kazan/1954/Columbia TriStar)
64. The Wizard of Oz (Fleming/1939/Warner)
65. Blade Runner (Scott/1982/Warner)
65. Nashville (Altman/1975/Paramount)
65. Pulp Fiction (Tarantino/1994/Miramax)
65. Rear Window (Hitchcock/1954/Universal)
82. A Clockwork Orange (Kubrick/1971/Warner)
95. Blue Velvet (Lynch/1986/MGM-UA)
95. It's a Wonderful Life (Capra/1946/Artisan)
95. Notorious (Hitchcock/1946/Criterion/Anchor Bay OOP)
95. Once Upon a Time in America (Leone/1983/Warner)
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Just 1 - Taxi Driver. Although there are a few that are on my wishlist.
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0- seeing as though i only own porn, i didn't hold out much hope any of my films would make it....

anyone know of a "the 69 best adult dvd's available in region 1 list"?
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Statements like this really puzzle me. It's not like these films are all old and stuffy. Even people who aren't cineastes like The Godfather, Blade Runner, etc.
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Four.
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only 5 on the list that i own...
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61 . . . if you include LD (have a bunch of Criterion LD that have not been "upgraded" to DVD). still love those big box sets, especially at the bargain prices these days. . .
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4, including Citizen Kane, which I have yet to watch
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18 in all...

Citizen Kane (Welles/1941/Warner)
Vertigo (Hitchcock/1958/Universal)
2001: A Space Odyssey (Kubrick/1968/Warner)
The Godfather Part II (Coppola/1974/Paramount)
Lawrence of Arabia (Lean/1962/Columbia TriStar)
The Godfather (Coppola/1972/Paramount)
Touch of Evil (Welles/1958/Universal)
Psycho (Hitchcock/1960/Universal)
Apocalypse Now (Coppola/1979/Paramount)
Taxi Driver (Scorsese/1976/Columbia TriStar)
Chinatown (Polanski/1974/Paramount)
The Wizard of Oz (Fleming/1939/Warner)
Blade Runner (Scott/1982/Warner)
Pulp Fiction (Tarantino/1994/Miramax)
Rio Bravo (Hawks/1959/Warner)
Wild Bunch (Peckinpah/1969/Warner)
A Clockwork Orange (Kubrick/1971/Warner)
Goodfellas (Scorsese/1990/Warner)
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69 -- which actually surprises me, considering my tastes run more toward 70s American than anything else. And by the way, 70s American is under-represented on the S&S list.
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Quite a few, although I didn't count. I was amazed at how many I did have.
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Only 24 but there's a bunch on my wishlist.
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1. Citizen Kane (Welles/1941/Warner)
7. The Godfather Part II (Coppola/1974/Paramount)
14. Lawrence of Arabia (Lean/1962/Columbia TriStar)
15. The Godfather (Coppola/1972/Paramount)
25. Psycho (Hitchcock/1960/Universal)
37. Apocalypse Now (Coppola/1979/Paramount)
37. Taxi Driver (Scorsese/1976/Columbia TriStar)
43. Chinatown (Polanski/1974/Paramount)
65. Blade Runner (Scott/1982/Warner)
65. Pulp Fiction (Tarantino/1994/Miramax)
82. Goodfellas (Scorsese/1990/Warner)

...and I've never understood how Citizen Kane is #1.
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