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The Noteworthy: "Making Waves", Huppert & Cattrall Look Back, "Missing Reels"

19 November 2014 5:40 AM, PST | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

 Above: a sultry new poster for Paul Thomas Anderson's Inherent Vice. Dumb and Dumber To has opened to unsurprisingly mixed reviews, but Farrelly brothers champion R. Emmet Sweeney makes a case for the long awaited sequel for Film Comment:

"Dumb and Dumber To is about a deep, abiding friendship that can survive any indignities. After Harry and Lloyd’s journey is over, they’ve tossed away fortunes and frittered away kidneys, but they need each other to survive. As each momentary acquaintance slinks, or runs, away, it’s up to Harry and Lloyd to forget and move on. Or as is the case for Lloyd, to think about ninjas and wake up licking the grill of a big rig. Either way they can’t live without each other. And though they could never admit it, or even form the words in their desiccated cortexes, what they have is something like love. »

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The Criterion Collection: February 2015 Releases: Don’T Look Now, Fellini Satyricon

18 November 2014 12:05 PM, PST | Film-Book | See recent Film-Book news »

  The Criterion Collection February 2015 Releases. Don’t Look Now, Fellini Satyricon, and many other films are the February 2015 releases from The Criterion Collection. Some of these films are appearing within The Criterion Collection for the first time, on The Criterion Collection Blu-ray for the first time, and/or on The Criterion Collection [...]

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Federico Fellini’s 'Satyricon,' Nicolas Roeg's 'Don't Look Now' And More Coming To Criterion In February

18 November 2014 10:35 AM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Here’s a riddle for you: what do Michelangelo Antonioni, Terry Gilliam, Kihachi Okamoto, and Todd Haynes all have in common? Answer: each has at least one film among Criterion’s slate of upcoming releases due in the next few months. And they’re not the only ones, with the boutique label serving up batch of titles in February that should make cinephiles quite happy. A gloriously restored edition of Nicolas Roeg's "Don't Look Now" is on the way: the Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie starring classic will come packaged with three documentaries, including the brand new "Nicolas Roeg: The Enigma of Film,"which features insights from Danny Boyle and Steven Soderbergh. The film has been restored in 4K for maximum eyeball pleasure. Speaking of which, Federico Fellini's "Satyricon" will get deluxe treatment, with archival and vintage bonus material, an audio commentary, an essay and more.  Also on the auteur front, »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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'Don't Look Now,' 'Satyricon,' 'Every Man For Himself' Headline Criterion's February Slate

17 November 2014 3:03 PM, PST | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Long overdue for the Criterion treatment, Nicolas Roeg's "Don't Look Now" (1973), starring Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland as a couple torn violently asunder by the accidental death of their daughter, comes to DVD/4K Blu-ray February 10, 2015. This horrific, sublime arthouse horror film is, in ways beyond a similarly threaded plot, the definitive precursor to Lars von Trier's "Antichrist" (2009, also on Criterion). Jean-Luc Godard's intricately sculpted, perhaps more "commercial" "Every Man For Himself" (1980) is a defiant cinematic puzzle turning on the lives of a handsome, Swiss TV producer (Jacques Dutronc), his disenchanted mistress (Nathalie Bayer) and a redheaded country girl (a young Isabelle Huppert) who has come to the city to work as a prostitute. Criterion releases this under-appreciated gem February 3, 2015. Also coming down the pike: Fellini's work of pagan poetry "Satyricon" (1969) finds the Italian auteur at his »

- Ryan Lattanzio

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Fellini's 'Satyricon', Roeg's 'Don't Look Now', Ozu's 'Autumn' & More Come to Criterion in February 2015

17 November 2014 1:42 PM, PST | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

If you're reading this you're likely a fan of the Criterion Collection, which also means as much as you may be interested to know what new titles are coming to the collection in February 2015, if you aren't yet aware, Barnes & Noble is currently having their 50% of Criterion sale right now, click here for more on that. However, if you're already hip to the sale, let's have a look at the new titles that were just announced. The month will begin on February 3 with a new film from Jean-Luc Godard, his 1980 feature Every Man for Himself starring Jacques Dutronc, Nathalie Baye and Isabelle Huppert. It's a film Godard refers to as a second debut and is described as an examination of sexual relationships, in which three protagonists interact in different combinations. The release includes a new high-definition digital restoration, a short video titled Le scenario created by Godard to secure financing for the film, »

- Brad Brevet

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