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TCM Greatest Classic Films: Romantic Drama (4FE) (DVD)
Turner Classic Movies' Greatest Classic Films Collection: Romantic Dramas collects four movies on two double-sided discs, with top picture quality and the bonus features that appeared on disc 1 when two of those films were released on two-disc sets, or the features that appeared on the single discs of the other two. The first disc pairs two of James Dean's three major films, Rebel Without a Cause and East of Eden (both 1955), with commentary tracks by author Douglas L. Rathlieb and historian-filmmaker Richard Schickel, respectively. The second disc offers two Tennessee Williams adaptations: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958), starring Elizabeth Taylor as Maggie the Cat and Paul Newman, and A Streetcar Named Desire (1951), starring Marlon Brando and Vivien Leigh. Bonus features include commentary tracks by author Donald Spoto and by Karl Malden and others, the featurette "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof: Playing Cat and Mouse," and movie trailers. --David Horiuchi
It's hard to rate a movie fairly when it comes with so much hype. Conventional wisdom says that this is one of the best movies of all time, so it's probably going to disappoint a... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Gets Around
James's most imitated performance to this day, and for a good reason. James neurotic portrayal of teenage rebellion is so very deep and layered,one might drown in it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by alie kamara
Saw it for the first time in 2015. Classic! Glad it didn't have parts where they break into song. Easy to like James and Natalie. Shame he left us so early.Published 1 month ago by randall miller
Gorgeous transfer on Bluray. Lots of interesting extras.
What more is there to say? It's Rebel. It's James freaking Dean!
This is the definitive edition. Pick it up now.
Phenomenal performance from the late great James Dean! so much talent!Published 1 month ago by Shannon Carter