The Film Critics: Top 100 Films of All Time
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The programming for playing the DVD is very user unfriendly...for example, when playing the trailers, one must select each trailer individually, without the option of selecting "Play All". After each trailer is played the cursor is reset to the beginning rather than sequencing to the next unplayed trailer.
The frenetic graphics and noisy interlude music are very annoying, distracting and don't fit with the subject matter. Whoever produced this DVD was simply trying to make a splashy show on the screen.
The type face and font are quite illegible and hard to read, especially the screen for selecting the trailers.
Another aggravation: if you don't promptly make an intermediate selection, the DVD defaults to the main selection screen, with its annoying music.
There was very little critics' commentary, unless you count that quoted in the trailers.
All in all an almost worthless, hyped, barely-informative DVD.
''The 50 Worst Movies Ever Made'' does not have that good of selections, either, but at least they give a little scope on each of the films listed and make the film comprehensible. Here they just show a bunch of trailers for movies. Movies are missing from the list while others have absolutely no place. It's not even worth calling them the ''Film Critics'' 's list if we can't know who selected each of the films. Passport must have selected them and tried to pass off their selections as the critics'.
Stick with ''The 50 Worst Movies Ever Made;'' all copies of "Film Critics: Top 100 Films of All Time'' should be burned.
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I did not care for this DVD set at all. The list itself accounts for less than an hour of the running time. Read morePublished on August 6, 2004 by J. Cunningham
This is a totally bogus DVD. They don't anywhere explain who are the critics that voted for the movies. Any idiot could pick most of these movies. It's basically the AFI list. Read morePublished on July 15, 2004