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Old 03-14-2012, 05:29 PM   #41
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funny Clockwork gets a digibook, but 2001 did not, well 2013 will mark the 45th ann, so maybe we
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But it did receive a fantastic steelbook in Canada.
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Old 03-14-2012, 05:59 PM   #42
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Fear and Desire is a SUPER long shot. It's on youtube already. I caught a screening of it in LA about a year and a half ago and it was basically film student quality and offers little to glean in terms of Kubrick-ness. In fact, it's so weak you just kind of wonder how he turned into The Killing's filmmaker in such a short time.
There's just something about the timeliness of it's public appearance in theaters and on TCM a while back that has me thinking that Criterion is going to pick this up. It's definitely not my personal favorite of his but it's early Kubrick and a must have in the collection.
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Old 03-14-2012, 06:08 PM   #43
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There's just something about the timeliness of it's public appearance in theaters and on TCM a while back that has me thinking that Criterion is going to pick this up. It's definitely not my personal favorite of his but it's early Kubrick and a must have in the collection.
I suspect the only way they do that would be to put his shorts on there as well. It's just not a compelling package otherwise. You might be right, at the screening they weren't outright dismissing a release but it was also VERY clear from SK he never wanted it shown, so they're already skirting his wishes - and they know this. Scorcese has a lot of pull on the one good print as well, since he's so involved with the Eastman Archive.
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The artwork shows a DVD of the documentary "Stanley Kubrick's Boxes" as the second disc. This is a nice addition as it has making of FMJ footage.

Not sure if any additional features are added to the main BD, but it does show 2012 on there.

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Old 03-14-2012, 09:40 PM   #45
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I wonder if they'll release the doc separately. I have no need to rebuy the film when I'm sure it's the same disc I already have, but I would be interested in the doc...
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Old 03-14-2012, 10:49 PM   #46
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I prefer steelbooks as well, but when it comes to a digibook with more features I'll take the digibook.

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I have the Canadian steelbook, which is beautiful by the way, so there's no reason to buy the digibook. Sorry, but steelbooks supersede digibooks.
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Old 03-14-2012, 10:56 PM   #47
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I suspect the only way they do that would be to put his shorts on there as well. It's just not a compelling package otherwise. You might be right, at the screening they weren't outright dismissing a release but it was also VERY clear from SK he never wanted it shown, so they're already skirting his wishes - and they know this. Scorcese has a lot of pull on the one good print as well, since he's so involved with the Eastman Archive.
They could also include it as a supplement if their long-rumored Spartacus release ever materializes.

The only rub there is a CC Spartacus release probably wouldn't need much sweetener. The 'whoa, they included Fear and Desire' crowd - if indeed we even are a crowd - would likely snap up a Spartacus release regardless.
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Trailer for the doc, looks awesome


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Old 03-14-2012, 10:57 PM   #49
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Incredible, I cant wait to own this!
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Old 03-14-2012, 10:59 PM   #50
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lets see
1.the first release
2. the remaster
3. the canada steel book
4. the limited kubrick collection set
5. the 2disc digibook

damn i want the boxes documentary :P

couldnt they have fit that dvd documentary on the bluray? then i could of just swapped the disc in my box set
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Old 03-14-2012, 11:06 PM   #51
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The version I have now is just fine.
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They could also include it as a supplement if their long-rumored Spartacus release ever materializes.

The only rub there is a CC Spartacus release probably wouldn't need much sweetener. The 'whoa, they included Fear and Desire' crowd - if indeed we even are a crowd - would likely snap up a Spartacus release regardless.
Ya know, that might actually be the way to go, since it sort of straddles the line between outright release as a stand alone and not in some wiggly fashion. Given that they did that with Killer's Kiss it might not be out of the realm of possibilities - I do still though do not ever forsee a "Fear and Desire" spine in my collection.

And I want that Digibook extras disk for my Kubrick case.
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I'm surprised that people are surprised about this release. Wasn't it announced around the time that the Kubrick box set came out, possibly before? That's why I held off on the steelbook of this film, as well as for 2001. Hopefully 2001 will include the newly discovered footage.

I believe this year will be this film and Lolita 50th.

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Not pretty smart, but rather pretty greedy. BIG SAD DIFFERENCE THERE.
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Spare me your sermon...............
So in your opinion whining about greed isn't preachy?

Interesting.
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Phew, looks like I won't have to triple dip, seeing as I've got a TV recording of 'Boxes' already.

By the time the Lolita and 2001 re-releases are due Warners aren't gonna have any spare documentaries to include on a 2nd disc to sucker people into buying them; they might have to include some new content on those ones, imagine that!
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Cant wait huge Digibook fan and this will be a day 1 purchase for me. I still need Clockwork Orange.
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I prefer steelbooks as well, but when it comes to a digibook with more features I'll take the digibook.
Normally I'd agree with you if it was a newly put together doc that was in HD, but that is not the case here.
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"Boxes" is an awesome addition, I am now officially selling my old Blu-Ray and picking this up!
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Ugh, the same ugly artwork used for the amaray. I'll stick with the Canadian steelbook with the original poster artwork.
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Ugh, the same ugly artwork used for the amaray. I'll stick with the Canadian steelbook with the original poster artwork.
Exactly.
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