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What should I spend my £10 CD-Wow voucher on?

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by Will K, Mar 11, 2004.

  1. Will K

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    I've got a £10 voucher for CD-Wow and was thinking of buying a Criterion. Which of these should I buy?
    It must be under £18 to begin with otherwise I will probably have to pay a customs fee. So far I have Straw Dogs, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and Naked Lunch.
     
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    The Seven Samurai. Best film ever made imo.
     
  3. Will K

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    I'm not that into samurai films, anything else worthwhile?
     
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    Or maybe In The Mood For Love. Either of those :)
     
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    The Third Man would be my choice. Great film, lots of good extras and a fantastic print (the restoration demo is worth is on its own).

    For All Mankind would be a close second. Facinating to watch and listen to the stories. Watch it with the Astronaut Identification subtitle track on as it jumps around a bit between whos talking. Great images.

    Loads to choose from there though
     
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    I went for Ikiru and Onibaba in the end.
     
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    Ikiru is a very good choice. Criterion have done an excellent job on it and there are some nice extras. You ought to rent Seven Samurai sometime - it's not a mindless, all sword play type samurai movie!
     

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