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Old 08-19-23, 12:18 PM
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looking forward to Mean Streets. love that movie. Scorsese and De Niro at their best and in prime.
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Inevitable Criterion release.

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Love that Pinocchio cover!
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Kinda surprised Criterion hasn't jumped on doing a 4K UHD release of Pan's Labyrinth. I know the studio released one, but I doubt it has all the extras that Criterion's Blu-ray release had. Not sure of the quality of the scan either.
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Originally Posted by Maxflier
Love that Pinocchio cover!
I didnít love the movie but that cover art is pretty amazing!
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Are some Criterion Blus still fetching high prices?
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Re: The Criterion Collection 4K/Blu-ray Discussion and Release Thread

Originally Posted by OldBoy
Are some Criterion Blus still fetching high prices?
The Third Man?
Old 09-21-23, 08:31 PM
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The Third Man?
That and "The Man Who Fell To Earth" are worth a bit. IDK of any other OOP Criterion BR, but there may be more.
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That and "The Man Who Fell To Earth" are worth a bit. IDK of any other OOP Criterion BR, but there may be more.
There are about a dozen oop blu-rays. I believe the two already mentioned are the priciest. Rosemary's Baby, Nashville, Last Year at Marienbad and the Soderbergh Spalding Gray movies are some of the others.
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Originally Posted by rocket1312
There are about a dozen oop blu-rays. I believe the two already mentioned are the priciest. Rosemary's Baby, Nashville, Last Year at Marienbad and the Soderbergh Spalding Gray movies are some of the others.
I just looked at my Criterion shelf and I seem to have all of these. Nice.
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I just looked at my Criterion shelf and I seem to have all of these. Nice.
I sold my Third Man. Inventory is cash in the wrong form.
Old 09-22-23, 01:29 PM
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I have The Third Man still sealed actually. But I also have the Netflix copy so I get to see it without opening it. I was just curious. How much does it go for?
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I have The Third Man still sealed actually. But I also have the Netflix copy so I get to see it without opening it. I was just curious. How much does it go for?
Sealed, about $160-190.
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Sealed, about $160-190.
Also, I believe the amaray case version sells for a little more than the digipak one, on average.
Old 09-23-23, 12:45 PM
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Also, I believe the amaray case version sells for a little more than the digipak one, on average.
that's the one i have sealed, but i'll never sell it. it is the jewel in my collection. i love that movie.
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that's the one i have sealed, but i'll never sell it. it is the jewel in my collection. i love that movie.
Nothing better than having a favorite movie, still sealed, sitting on a shelf, not ever being watched.
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Originally Posted by Spiderbite
Nothing better than having a favorite movie, still sealed, sitting on a shelf, not ever being watched.
Tombstone would read: "Never opened his favorite movie."

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