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Peek at Criterion Channel August 2021 lineup

Peek at Criterion Channel August 2021 lineup

CesareSomnambulist

I actually prefer the what's leaving list. Because then I have to cut through my indecisiveness and watch the ones in my list before they're gone.


Shot_Review77

I love that too. Curated for me lol


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JuanJeanJohn

Yes! It really is a great film.


BillyPilgrim1234

Hard to top last month's fantastic lineup


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BillyPilgrim1234

You can't beat that Neo-Noire collection


BornInAButt

TIL John Huston directed Annie


psuedonymously

Wait til you find out who directed Popeye


PeteNbama

I try and watch African Queen about every 7-10 years. Nice that it's coming in August to the channel, but regrettably I watched just a couple months ago on one of the free services with ads, prob Pluto/Tubi/Plex, so it's still too fresh in mind. But for those who have never seen this masterpiece with Hepburn and Bogart, it's a must see imo.


ifinallyreallyreddit

A bunch of Huston and Boetticher I've been looking for, and even Don Bluth. That's new.


rextycoon

definitely excited to dig into some more Huston. Fat City and Key Largo are two I still need to see.


TohruTofuu

I’ve never seen a John Houston film so I’m very excited


FckPolMods

James Benning's "Landscape Suicide" has me REALLY excited for the possibility of a box set of his early works at some point. That would be pretty high on my dream wish list, along with a Jem Cohen box, and films by Tsai Ming-Liang and Bela Tarr.


slimeman420

I’m looking forward to La piscine and Amores perros, but I’m sure there’s a few gems in this list for me to learn about. Women on the Verge of Nervous Breakdown is a longtime favorite of mine.