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    THE GAME (1997): Fincher Flips MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE on Its Head

    Long unavailable (domestically) in a proper home edition, David Fincher's unsung puzzle thriller "The Game" finally gets its due this week thanks to Criterion's shiny new Blu-ray upgrade of their own 1998 laserdisc release.

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    Criterion Will Release Christopher Nolan's 'Following' in December, 'Qatsi' Trilogy, 'Purple Noon' and 'Brazil' To Join

    Criterion Will Release Christopher Nolan's 'Following' in December, 'Qatsi' Trilogy, 'Purple Noon' and 'Brazil' To Join

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    From Renoir To Ellington: Scanning Recent DVDs

    I haven’t been able to keep up with Twilight Time’s limited-edition DVD and Blu-ray releases since the company launched last year, so it’s ironic that the first disc I’ve spent real time with—Jean Renoir’s 'Swamp Water' (1941)—benefits least from the label’s innovative offering of isolated music tra...

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    Film History On A Platter—DVD reviews

    If you believe major studio spokespeople, the DVD business is dying, to be replaced by downloading and cloud storage of films and TV shows. But the business-related news stories that repeatedly state these facts don’t take account of smaller companies like Criterion, Flicker Alley, a...

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