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The story of an immensely wealthy newspaper publisher, as he is remembered by his friends and former wife after his death. Loosely based on the life of William Randolph Hearst. Frequently called the greatest film of all time.
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Media Type: DVD
Title: CITIZEN KANE
Street Release Date: 09/24/2002
No minuscule "featurette" for the greatest movie ever made. The backbone for this grand two-disc set is the 1995 Oscar®-nominated documentary The Battle over Citizen Kane, a very rich two-hour film on how this masterpiece was almost destroyed by Welles's adversary, William Randolph Hearst. A great remastered print is complemented by two running commentaries, the better one by critic Roger Ebert. Don't think you want a two-hour lecture by Mr. Ebert? Just listen to his 10-minute talk over the gallery of photographs from the movie (which you can flip through manually with your remote or see as a slide show), and you'll want more. Ad campaigns, storyboards, and even call sheets are included in this must-have DVD. --Doug Thomas
This cult-classic film is worth watching. the great cinematography, plot and acting made this a legendary film! nice blu-ray quality!Published 10 days ago by Roger Simpson
Finally got around to seeing this highly rated movie. While it was certainly well crafted, I did not enjoy it. Too dark and depressing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark Emerson
I find something new and amazing to love about this movie every time I see it. Brilliant. I just watched it with my wife and she hadn't seen it before. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steven Johnson
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|Does nothing for Me.||
"It has always been the prerogative of children and half-wits to point out that the emperor has no clothes. But the half-wit remains a half-wit, and the emperor remains an emperor."
I hate the story of the Emperor's New Clothes. Its something morons say when they cant understand... Read More
May 19, 2011 by R.S. | See all 5 posts
|Not so great!||
When watching older movies you nee dot take into account that what was being done, had never been done before. Or else you end up like one of those people who say who say the classics where so cliched.
You also should look at the social impact, the impact on Welles, and also the impact on... Read More
May 26, 2007 by Xanadu2 | See all 16 posts
|warner, put out a real " citizen kane/ magnificent amberson"set, both blu!||
Why not just be grateful that MagAm will be on Region 1 DVD at all? I'm no apologist for the studios, but how many years have we waited just for that?
Sep 10, 2011 by Harvey M. Canter | See all 6 posts
|Citizen Kane blows !!!!!!!!||
He was echoing - and thus mocking - the first poster's spelling. He was not himself making an identical spelling error. You are both lacking in wit and perception. I rate you an idiot.
Feb 27, 2007 by James Stein | See all 12 posts
|Ever since AFI announced Citizen Kane as #1 film...||
I cried the first time I watched it, and I was too psychedelicized to really follow the plot. It was the beauty of the film itself, the raw emotion that did it. I have cried every viewing since, and its always the same reasons even now that I have fully analyzed the plot. This movie is magical.
Jul 5, 2011 by Jimi | See all 6 posts
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