Everything I own from Criterion was purchased during the Barnes and Noble 50% off sales.
Dazed and Confused Blu-ray
Fish Tank Blu-ray
Thief of Baghdad DVD
The Adventures of Antoine Doinel DVD (The 400 Blows, Antoine & Collette, Stolen Kisses, Bed & Board, Love on the Run)
America Lost and Found: The BBS Story Blu-ray (Head, Easy Rider, Five Easy Pieces, Drive, He Said, The Last Picture Show, The King of Marvin Gardens, A Safe Place)
12 Angry Men
The Rules of the Game
$253.29 (Along with the titles being 50% off, even those that were pre-ordered, I found a coupon code online and applied it during check out to save an additional $13.48! Awesome)
Harold and Maude
A Night to Remember
The Darjeeling Limited
Identificazione Di Una Donna
The Royal Tenenbaums
The Children of Paradise
The Great Dictator
$57.17 (Additional $5 off for members)
^^ With this order, I decided to purchase a B&N membership ($25) solely to save additional money on these Criterion sales. Even with a membership card, books can be purchased for significantly less via Amazon.
I meant to pick up Army of Shadows during last month's B'n'N sale. Melville's batting a thousand with me (Le Samurai/Cercle Rouge) and Criterion's done a great job with both releases.
I'm really looking forward to On the Waterfront's upcoming release. It's in my top five all time favorites and deserves nothing but the best Criterion has to offer.
Yeah man, Melville is becoming one of my favorite directors of all time after going through his films, and I've only seen Le Samourai, Le Cercle Rouge and Army of Shadows so far. All three are amazing films.
Le Doulos is next on the list, because QT said that it was his favorite script of all time, which is very intriguing.