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  1. Mudei há um tempo a conexão da minha NET de composto pra componente, e melhorou bastante mesmo (tanto cor quanto definição).
  2. O receiver desse ht é bem bom. Depois se ele quiser pode até trocar as caixas por melhores e manter o amp...
  3. Os filmes que vi na Mostra e afins entram na minha lista de 2010. Vocês são malucos.
  4. Schonfelder

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    Pior do que mandar o spoiler é dizer que aquilo ali é "brilhante"
  5. E o reinado de "O Exorcista" não durou muito : chegou ontem um concorrente que provavelmente faturou o título de "mais belo digibook" até o momento : E digo que a foto nem faz jus, o disco é bem mais bonito ao vivo... Isso, somado ao fato de ser uma edição incrível (tanto em qualidade de A/V quanto de extras) e do preço estar em conta (USD 19) faz deste uma compra obrigatória. Tá dada a dica, peçam ao papai noel !
  6. Criterion para Março (gostei do anúncio de filmes menos consagrados - trando o Malle e o Yang, que são ) France 1987 105 minutes Color 1.66:1 French Spine #330 SYNOPSIS: Au revoir les enfants tells a heartbreaking story of friendship and devastating loss concerning two boys living in Nazi-occupied France. At a provincial Catholic boarding school, the precocious youths enjoy true camaraderie—until a secret is revealed. Based on events from writer-director Malle’s own childhood, the film is a subtle, precisely observed tale of courage, cowardice, and tragic awakening. Disc Features Restored digital transfer supervised by director of photography Renato Berta (with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray edition) Video interviews with Louis Malle biographer Pierre Billard and actress Candice Bergen, Malle’s widow Joseph: A Character Study, a profile of the provocative figure from Au revoir les enfants, created by filmmaker Guy Magen in 2005 The Immigrant, Charlie Chaplin’s 1917 short comedy, featured in the film Audio excerpts from a 1988 AFI interview with Malle Original theatrical trailer and teaser PLUS: A booklet featuring essays by film critic Philip Kemp and historian Francis J. Murphy Taiwan 2000 173 minutes Color 1.85:1 Mandarin Spine #339 SYNOPSIS: The extraordinary, internationally embraced Yi Yi (A One and a Two . . .), directed by the late Taiwanese master Edward Yang, follows a middle-class family in Taipei over the course of one year, beginning with a wedding and ending with a funeral. Whether chronicling middle-age father NJ’s tentative flirtations with an old flame or precocious young son Yang-Yang’s attempts at capturing reality with his beloved camera, the filmmaker deftly imbues every gorgeous frame with a compassionate clarity. Warm, sprawling, and dazzling, this intimate epic is one of the undisputed masterworks of the new century. Disc Features DIRECTOR-APPROVED SPECIAL EDITION: Newly restored digital transfer (with DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray edition) Audio commentary by writer-director Edward Yang and Asian-cinema critic Tony Rayns Video interview with Rayns about Yang and the New Taiwan Cinema movement U.S. theatrical trailer Optional English subtitle translation by Yang and Rayns PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by Kent Jones and notes from the director United States 1984 88 minutes Color 1.37:1 English Spine #557 SYNOPSIS: A true twentieth-century trailblazer, Harvey Milk was an outspoken human rights activist and the first openly gay U.S. politician elected to public office; even after his assassination, in 1978, he continues to inspire disenfranchised people around the world. The Oscar-winning The Times of Harvey Milk, directed by Robert Epstein and produced by Richard Schmiechen, was, like its subject, groundbreaking. One of the first feature documentaries to address gay life in America, it’s a work of advocacy itself, bringing Milk’s message of hope and equality to a wider audience. This exhilarating trove of archival footage and heartfelt interviews is as much a vivid portrait of a time and place (San Francisco’s historic Castro District in the seventies) as a testament to the legacy of a political visionary. Disc Features Director-approved digital transfer, from the meticulous UCLA Film and Television Archive restoration (with DTS-HD Master Audio on the Blu-ray edition) Audio commentary featuring director Robert Epstein,coeditor Deborah Hoffmann, and photographer Daniel Nicoletta New interview with documentary filmmaker and UC Berkeley professor Jon Else New program about The Times of Harvey Milk and Gus Van Sant’s Milk, featuring Epstein, Van Sant, actor James Franco, and Milk friends Cleve Jones, Anne Kronenberg, and Nicoletta Postscript containing interview clips not used in the film Rare collection of audio and video recordings of Harvey Milk Interview excerpts from Epstein’s research tapes Footage from the film’s Castro Theatre premiere and the 1984 Academy Awards ceremony Panel discussion on Supervisor Dan White’s controversial trial Excerpts from the twenty-fifth anniversary commemoration of Milk’s and Mayor George Moscone’s assassinations Original theatrical trailer PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by film critic B. RubyRich, a tribute by Milk’s nephew Stuart Milk, and a piece on the film’s restoration by the UCLA Film and Television Archive’s Ross Lipman United Kingdom 1999 160 minutes Color 1.78:1 English Spine #558 SYNOPSIS: The world of Gilbert and Sullivan comes to vivid life in this extraordinary dramatization of the staging of their legendary 1885 comic opera The Mikado from Mike Leigh. Jim Broadbent and Allan Corduner brilliantly inhabit the roles of the world-famous Victorian librettist and composer, respectively, who, along with their troupe of temperamental actors, must battle personal and professional demons while mounting this major production. A lushly produced epic about the harsh realities of creative expression, featuring bravura performances and Oscar-winning costume design and makeup, Topsy-Turvy is an unexpected period delight from one of contemporary cinema’s great artists. DIRECTOR-APPROVED SPECIAL EDITION: Director-approved digital transfer, supervised by cinematographer Dick Pope (with DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray edition) Audio commentary featuring director Mike Leigh New video conversation between Leigh and the film’s musical director, Gary Yershon A Sense of History, Leigh’s 1992 short film written by and starring actor Jim Broadbent Deleted scenes Featurette from 1999 including interviews with Leigh, stars Broadbent and Allan Corduner, and other cast members Theatrical trailer and TV spots PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by film critic Amy Taubin United States, United Kingdom 1939 91 minutes Color 1.33:1 English Spine #559 SYNOPSIS: The legendary Gilbert and Sullivan troupe the D’Oyly Carte Opera Company joined forces with Hollywood for this 1939 Technicolor version of the fabled comic opera, the first complete work by the famed duo to be adapted for the screen, directed by musician and Oscar-nominated filmmaker Victor Schertzinger. The result is a lavish cinematic retelling of the British political satire set in exotic Japan, with such enduringly popular numbers as “A Wandering Minstrel I” and “Three Little Maids from School Are We,” and featuring performances by American singer Kenny Baker as well as a host of renowned D’Oyly Carte actors, including Martyn Green and Sydney Granville. Disc Features Newly remastered digital transfer (with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray edition) New video interview with Topsy-Turvy director Mike Leigh on The Mikado and its adaptation for the screen New video interview with Mikado scholars Josephine Lee and Ralph MacPhail Jr., tracing the 1939 filmed version of the opera back to its 1885 stage debut More! PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by critic Geoffrey O’Brien
  7. Si, SP. Ano passado demorou porque as remessas que vieram na época foram passar lááá na alfândega de Curitiba (eu vi o carimbo na caixa, hehe). Agora, pelo que entendi, é só a demora dos correios mesmo, as alfândegas tão de boa...
  8. Eu já. Tanto da Amazon quanto da Barnes & Noble (Amazon UK não conta, sempre chega rápido mesmo ) Mas os correios tão com overload, normal atrasar um pouco nessa época.
  9. Blue Velvet (David Lynch) marcado para lançamento dia 16/02 na França, e Don't Look Now (Nicholas Roeg) para 07/03 na Inglaterra.
  10. Chegou ontem : É o Steelbook mais bonito que já vi até o momento (a foto não faz jus, e obviamente que essa etiqueta verde cai fora...), e a edição é caprichadíssima (tanto o disco que é repleto de extras, como o livreto, enorme, com belas fotos e vários textos)
  11. Chegou por esses dias a caixa de Apocalypse Now (a completa, com 3 discos). A quem interessar possa : a arte, o livreto e a impressão são excelentes (o que já era imaginável), porém achei o tamanho da caixa bastante descabido (é mais "alta" do que aqueles primeiros digibooks), uma merda pra colocar em prateleira... Talvez fosse interessante que os selos chegassem a um acordo e fabricassem as embalagens do mesmo tamanho (coisa que fizeram acertadamente com o digibook de O Exorcista, por exemplo). Podiam aproveitar e limar de vez por todas esse estojo azul que a maioria dos discos vêm, porque ô troço escroto... (nisso pelo menos o box de Apocalypse Now acerta - ainda bem que existem a Criterion, a Masters of Cinema, a BFI e a Studio Canal pra salvarem a pátria nesse sentido...)
  12. Endosso as indicações do Rob, só discordo com o "já bastam"... O cinema mudo foi bem além disso. Além dos já citados no tópico, indico qualquer um mudo do Dreyer (destaque para A Paixão de Joana D'arc - dos maiores filmes já feitos, silenciosos ou não), do Ozu (destaque para I Was Born, But...), do Mizoguchi, do Ford, do Lang, do Epstein (destaque para A Queda da Casa de Usher), do Renoir, René Clair, Josef Von Sternberg (atenção que saiu uma caixa com 3 filmes incríveis dele, pela Criterion), Erich von Stroheim, Louis Feuillade (principalmente Fantomas e Les Vampires), Ernst Lubitsch... o expressionismo alemão (pelo menos O Gabinete do Dr Caligari), os filmes dos anos 20 do Herbert Brenon, alguns do Gordo e o Magro (destaque para os dirigidos pelo Leo McCarey), The Lodger do Hitchcock... Ah sim, do Murnau, além dos que o Stradivarius citou, Faust, A Última Gargalhada e Tabu são obras-primas incontestáveis. Pronto, agora melhorou Schonfelder2010-12-09 12:24:30
  13. 94 doletas ? Pô bicho, deu mole, na amazon tá USD 69, e na amazon inglesa, a mesma caixa tá £ 37...
  14. Bresson nunca usou música (incidental ou score) em seus filmes, e ainda assim o audio é essencial aos mesmos...
  15. É o Digibook mais bonito que vi até o momento, e felizmente não é grande como aqueles mais antigos - é do tamanho da caixa de bd comum... Fiz algumas compras na black friday, mas comprei bem mais na promo 50% da Criterion na Barnes & Noble (a maioria dvd, porém). Ontem chegaram dois bds que estava ansioso pra ver, Lost Highway e Twin Peaks : Fire Walk With Me, comprados na Amazon FR. Ambos região b e infelizmente sem data para lançamento em região a (assim como Mulholland Dr e Inland Empire, que também já tenho).
  16. Até o dia 27, a Amazon está vendendo as 3 primeiras temporadas de Mad Men por USD 9,99 (bd) e USD 7,99 (dvd) cada. Já tinha as duas primeiras em bd, e garanti a 3. É bom ficar de olho nas ofertas da black friday...
  17. Fãs de Giallo, tremei. Os 3 maiores mestres do gênero têm lançamentos confirmados para os próximos dias. 22 de novembro : 6 de dezembro : E para o dia 17 de janeiro, confirmado o lançamento de The Beyond (Lucio Fulci), ainda sem capa divulgada.
  18. Criterion em fevereiro : Italy 1954 124 minutes Color 1.33:1 Italian Spine #556 SYNOPSIS: This lush, Technicolor tragic romance from Luchino Visconti stars Alida Valli as a nineteenth-century Italian countess who, amid the Austrian occupation of her country, puts her marriage and political principles on the line by engaging in a torrid affair with a dashing Austrian lieutenant, played by Farley Granger. Gilded with fearless performances, ornate costumes and sets, and a rich classical soundtrack, Visconti’s operatic melodrama is an extraordinary evocation of reckless emotions and deranged lust from one of the cinema’s great sensualists. Disc Features New, restored high-definition digital transfer, created in collaboration with the Cineteca di Bologna and Martin Scorsese’s Film Foundation, supervised by director of photography Giuseppe Rotunno (with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray edition) The Making of “Senso,” a new documentary featuring Rotunno, assistant director Francesco Rosi, costume designer Piero Tosi, and Caterina D’Amico, daughter of screenwriter Suso Cecchi D’Amico and author of Life and Work of Luchino Visconti Viva VERDI, a new documentary on Visconti, Senso, and opera featuring Italian film scholar Peter Brunette, Italian historian Stefano Albertini, and author Wayne Koestenbaum The Wanton Countess, the rarely seen English-language version of the film Visual essay by film scholar Peter Cowie Man of Three Worlds: Luchino Visconti, a 1966 BBC special exploring Visconti’s parallel masteries of cinema, theater, and opera direction New and improved English subtitle translation PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by filmmaker and author Mark Rappaport and an excerpt from actor Farley Granger’s autobiography, Include Me Out Japan 2008 114 minutes Color 1.85:1 Japanese Spine #554 SYNOPSIS: The lyrical, profoundly moving Still Walking is the most personal work to date from contemporary Japanese master Hirokazu Kore-eda. Fashioned as a tribute to his parents, the film depicts one day in the life of the Yokoyamas, gathered together for a celebratory ritual that only gradually makes itself clear. Rather than focus on big dramatic moments, Kore-eda relies on simple gestures and domestic routines (especially cooking) to evoke a family’s entire life, its deep regrets and its daily joys. Featuring vivid, heartrending performances and a gentle naturalism that harks back to the director’s earlier, documentary work, Still Walking is an extraordinary portrayal of the ties that bind us. Disc Features DIRECTOR-APPROVED SPECIAL EDITION: New high-definition digital transfer, approved by director Hirokazu Kore-eda and director of photography Yutaka Yamazaki (with DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray edition) New video interviews with Kore-eda and Yamazaki Making “Still Walking” Trailer New and improved English subtitle translation PLUS: A booklet featuring a new essay by film critic Dennis Lim and recipes for the food prepared in the film France, Norway 1991 97 minutes Color 1.66:1 Polish, French Spine #359 SYNOPSIS: Krzysztof Kieślowski’s international breakthrough remains one of his most beloved films, a ravishing, mysterious rumination on identity, love, and human intuition. Irène Jacob is incandescent as both Weronika, a Polish choir soprano, and her double, Véronique, a French music teacher. Though unknown to each other, the two women share an enigmatic, emotional bond, which Kieślowski details in gorgeous reflections, colors, and movements. Aided by Slawomir Idziak’s shimmering cinematography and Zbigniew Preisner’s haunting, operatic score, Kieślowski creates one of cinema’s most purely metaphysical works. The Double Life of Véronique is an unforgettable symphony of feeling. Disc Features Restored high-definition digital transfer (with DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on Blu-ray edition) Audio commentary by Annette Insdorf, author of Double Lives, Second Chances: The Cinema of Krzysztof Kieślowski Three short documentary films by Kieślowski: Factory (1970), Hospital (1976), and Railway Station (1980) The Musicians (1958), a short film by Kieślowski’s teacher Kazimierz Karabasz Kieślowski’s Dialogue (1991), a documentary featuring a candid interview with Kieślowski and rare behind-the-scenes footage from the set of The Double Life of Véronique 1966-1988: Kieślowski, Polish Filmmaker, a 2005 documentary tracing the filmmaker’s work in Poland, from his days as a student through The Double Life of Véronique A 2005 interview with actress Irène Jacob New video interviews with cinematographer Slawomir Idziak and composer Zbigniew Preisner New and improved English subtitle translation PLUS: A booklet featuring essays by Jonathan Romney, Slavoj Zizek, and Peter Cowie, and a selection from Kieślowski on Kieślowski (Note: Blu-ray booklet includes only Romney essay and Kieślowski on Kieślowski reprint) United States 1957 96 minutes Black and White 1.66:1 English Spine #555 SYNOPSIS: In Alexander Mackendrick’s swift, cynical Sweet Smell of Success, Burt Lancaster stars as barbaric Broadway gossip columnist J. J. Hunsecker, and Tony Curtis as Sidney Falco, the unprincipled press agent he ropes into smearing the up-and-coming jazz musician romancing his beloved sister. Featuring deliciously unsavory dialogue in an acid, brilliantly structured script by Clifford Odets and Ernest Lehman and noirish neon cityscapes from Oscar-winning cinematographer James Wong Howe, Sweet Smell of Success is a cracklingly cruel dispatch from the kill-or-be-killed wilds of 1950s Manhattan. Disc Features New, restored high-definition digital transfer (with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray edition) New audio commentary by film scholar James Naremore Mackendrick: The Man Who Walked Away, a 1986 documentary featuring interviews with director Alexander Mackendrick, actor Burt Lancaster, producer James Hill, and more James Wong Howe: Cinematographer, a 1973 documentary about the Oscar-winning director of photography, featuring lighting tutorials with Howe New video interview with film critic and historian Neil Gabler (Winchell: Gossip, Power and the Culture of Celebrity) about legendary columnist Walter Winchell, inspiration for the character J. J. Hunsecker New video interview with filmmaker James Mangold about Mackendrick, his instructor and mentor Original theatrical trailer PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by critic Gary Giddins, two short stories by Ernest Lehman featuring the characters from the film, notes about the film by Lehman, and an excerpt from Mackendrick’s book On Film-making United Kingdom 2009 122 minutes Color 1.33:1 English Spine #553 SYNOPSIS: British director Andrea Arnold won the Cannes Jury Prize for the searing and invigorating Fish Tank, about a fifteen-year-old girl, Mia (electrifying newcomer Katie Jarvis), who lives with her mother and sister in the depressed housing projects of Essex. Mia’s adolescent conflicts and emerging sexuality reach boiling points when her mother’s new boyfriend (a lethally attractive Michael Fassbender) enters the picture. In her young career, Arnold has already proven herself to be a master of social realism (evoking the work of Mike Leigh and Ken Loach), investing her sympathetic portraits of dead-end lives with a poetic, earthy sensibility all her own. Fish Tank heralds the official arrival of a major new filmmaker. Disc Features New high-definition digital transfer, approved by director Andrea Arnold, director of photography Robbie Ryan, and editor Nicolas Chaudeurge (with DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray edition) All three of Arnold’s short films: Milk (1998), Dog (2001), and the Oscar-winning Wasp (2003) New video interview with actor Kierston Wareing Interview with actor Michael Fassbender from 2009 Audition footage Stills gallery by on-set photographer Holly Horner Original theatrical trailer PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by film scholar Ian Christie Italy 1973 123 minutes Color 1.85:1 Italian Spine #4 SYNOPSIS: In this carnivalesque portrait of provincial Italy during the Fascist period, Federico Fellini’s most personal film satirizes his youth and turns daily life into a circus of social rituals, adolescent desires, male fantasies, and political subterfuge, all set to Nina Rota’s classic, nostalgia-tinged score. The Academy Award–winning Amarcord remains one of cinema’s enduring treasures. Disc Features SPECIAL EDITION DOUBLE-DISC SET FEATURES: All-new, restored high-definition digital transfer Audio commentary by film scholars Peter Brunette and Frank Burke American release trailer Deleted scene Optional English-dubbed soundtrack New and improved English subtitle translation New 45-minute documentary, Fellini’s Homecoming, on the complicated relationship between the celebrated director, his hometown, and his past Video interview with star Magali Noël Fellini’s drawings of characters in the film “Felliniana,” a presentation of ephemera devoted to Amarcord from the collection of Don Young Audio interviews with Fellini, his friends, and family by Gideon Bachmann New restoration demonstration PLUS: A book featuring a new essay by scholar Sam Rohdie, author of Fellini Lexicon, and the full text of Fellini’s 1967 essay, “My Rimini" Começaram o ano arregaçando Schonfelder2010-11-17 14:33:29
  19. 1. Jean-Luc Godard 2. John Ford 3. Kenji Mizoguchi 4. Michelangelo Antonioni 5. Howard Hawks Dos que pintaram nos últimos 20 anos : 1. Apichatpong Weerasethakul 2. Quentin Tarantino 3. Claire Denis 4. Pedro Costa 5. Jia Zhang-Ke
  20. Dia 29 sai edição especial de Battle Royale (3 BDs) :
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