emeric-pressburger,Red Shoes: Music From the Films of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, 1941-1951, I Know Where I'm Going! [Criterion Collection], A Canterbury Tale, The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp [Criterion Collection], The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp [Criterion / Art House Collection]

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"...As charming as anything in [Powell and Pressburger's] oeuvre....A treat." -- Rating: A Entertainment Weekly "...Full of native folk songs and dancing, it takes on added poignancy when you remember it's set in World War II..." USA Today35.57684

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"[A] mystical paean to a disappearing England..." Uncut "It's the English version of magical realism, as only Powell and Pressburger can do it: tart, never sentimental, with gorgeously shot landscapes." Entertainment Weekly35.57684

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"...An immensely moving film about love, friendship and loyalty..."Sight and Sound "...BLIMP marries ambition, wit and heart to fine performances from Anton Walbrook, Deborah Kerr and the truly fantastic Roger Livesey..." Total Film35.57684

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"...An immensely moving film about love, friendship and loyalty..."Sight and Sound "...BLIMP marries ambition, wit and heart to fine performances from Anton Walbrook, Deborah Kerr and the truly fantastic Roger Livesey..." Total Film35.57684

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"...Lush, beloved....Overripe appeal..." New York Times "...A treat from start to finish....Magical..." -- Rating: A+ Entertainment Weekly "...The most popular British film of its day launched an international ballet craze..." USA Today "[O]ne of the most exquisite color films ever made. Jack Cardiff's gorgeous three-strip Technicolor cinematography creates the kind of deep, vivid hues that will leave viewers literally gasping."Los Angeles Times35.57684

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"...Lush, beloved....Overripe appeal..." New York Times "...A treat from start to finish....Magical..." -- Rating: A+ Entertainment Weekly "...The most popular British film of its day launched an international ballet craze..." USA Today "[O]ne of the most exquisite color films ever made. Jack Cardiff's gorgeous three-strip Technicolor cinematography creates the kind of deep, vivid hues that will leave viewers literally gasping."Los Angeles Times35.57684

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"...BLACK NARCISSUS uses unbearably rich colors....The hyperreal imagery is crucial..." Entertainment Weekly "Stylized and expressionistic, this was one of the most unusual films of its era." Uncut35.57684

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"...BLACK NARCISSUS uses unbearably rich colors....The hyperreal imagery is crucial..." Entertainment Weekly "Stylized and expressionistic, this was one of the most unusual films of its era." Uncut35.57684

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"[T]his atmospheric and very English noir is ripe for reappraisal. Capturing beautifully the brown-windsor-soup and backstabbing bureaucracy of WWII Whitehall..."Sight and Sound35.57684

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3 stars out of 5 -- "A briskly efficient overview....The careful assembly of interviews and anecdotes will be catnip to cinephiles..."Box Office "Obsessive fans of the exuberant and enchanting British filmmaking team the Archers -- Michael Powell, who largely directed, and Emeric Pressburger, who largely wrote the screenplays -- will not want to miss CAMERAMAN, a documentary about Jack Cardiff, the cinematographer behind some of their most indelible images."New York Times "[F]illed with gloriously vivid HD clips of his groundbreaking work...as well as rich anecdotes from Cardiff, who died in 2009."Los Angeles Times0.6678169

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3 stars out of 5 -- "A briskly efficient overview....The careful assembly of interviews and anecdotes will be catnip to cinephiles..."Box Office "Obsessive fans of the exuberant and enchanting British filmmaking team the Archers -- Michael Powell, who largely directed, and Emeric Pressburger, who largely wrote the screenplays -- will not want to miss CAMERAMAN, a documentary about Jack Cardiff, the cinematographer behind some of their most indelible images."New York Times "[F]illed with gloriously vivid HD clips of his groundbreaking work...as well as rich anecdotes from Cardiff, who died in 2009."Los Angeles Times0.6678169

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"...The ideal sword and sorcery picture. Loaded with action and pitched just right for maximum tongue-in-cheek humor..." Variety0.2875994

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