Top five Criterion Collection Wants from the B&N sale!

Barnes and Nobles is having another amazing Criterion Collection 50% sale going on now until November 29th!

So here are five of my must have must from the sale!

Deep Cover directed by Bill Duke. Starring Laurence Fishburne and Jeff Goldblum. (Spine #1086)- I watched this movie over the summer and I felt like I was watching an old film noir set in the 1990’s. Laurence Fishburne goes from hardworking cop to an undercover agent who get pulls into the underbelly of the 1990’s LA crime scene.

Citizen Kane directed by Orson Wells (1941). Starring Orson Wells, and Joseph Cotton. (Spine #1104). This is the first movie I remember watching that left a lasting impression on me that I did many, many school papers on. This is the kind of movie that every time re-watch it you notice something new or different that you didn’t notice during the previous watch. Also I am planned to upgrade to this one because I watched this movie so many times that there are visible scratches on the disc.

Melvin Van Peebles: Essential Films. This will be a blind buy for me. I always wanted to watch the films of Melvin Van Peebles and his films have been on my to watch list. Especially Sweet Sweetback’s Baadassss Song so I am glad that I am getting this set that includes that movie and some of his other masterpieces.

Onibaba directed by Kaneto Shindo (spine #226). This is one of my favorite movies that is on the Criterion Collection. The amazing cuts in this movie makes you feel like you are in the folklore.

The Complete Films of Agnes Varda. This massively set is definitely going to be a holiday gift that I am giving myself. Agnes Varda is one of my favorite directors because she covered so many different themes and genres during her amazing career.

What movies are on your list to buy during the sale?

Comment below!

until next time!!!

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