Columbia Best Pictures Collection

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14-disc set of 11 Best Picture Oscar winning films in an attractive, collectible, black fiber cover with slipcase. The pages within will have film synopsis, details on the Oscar win for each film, and art from key scenes. This set features Columbia Pictures’ Best Picture Oscar winners spanning the years from 1934 to 1982 and include the following films:
1934 It Happened One Night
1938 You Can’t Take It with You
1949 All the King’s Men
1953 From Here … More >>

Columbia Best Pictures Collection

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  1. was disappointed that the movies listed in the advertisement in the newspapers and some TVs was incomplete. Wanted Casablanca which was in the original listing and was why I bought the collection. When received, learned the ads were false. Probably would not have purchased it knowing Casablanca was not included.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  2. It’s 30 years and I still hold a grudge against that wannabe flick- “Kramer vs. Kramer”, included in this collection. Released the same year (’79) as “Apocalypse Now”, KvsK swept the Oscars in all major categories. Sure, Coppola’s effort had its flaws, but even so, despite all the lavish eccentricities , it lost only by skulduggery. “Breaking Away” , “All That Jazz”, even “Being There”, all had more merit for the top honor in 1979 than the obnoxious Kramers. The snub of “Apocalypse Now” as well as the other fine films released that year is just another example in a long list of H’Wood inside fixes (see “Raging Bull” [and anything else by Scorsese] , “Once Upon A Time In America”, eg).

    The inclusion of this one rotten tomato in the collection knocks off 2.5 stars for me.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  3. This is simply the best. It is full of classic movies through decades of films. If you appreciate a experience in movies, then this is the item for you. Just delighful, and makes a wonderful gift!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. This is a set of 11 Best Picture winning movies from Columbia Pictures spanning the years from 1934 to 1982. Right off the bat you know you’re are at least getting very good movies, if not great, because they all won the Best Picture Award from The Academy Awards – not Golden Globes or any other inferior type award organization.

    As for for the movies I think they are all great. Lawrence of Arabia and Gandhi and arguably two of the best movies ever made. Someone said that Kramer Vs Kramer is a “rotten tomato” in the bunch of 11 movie in the set. I completely disagree. You can’t compare Kramer vs Kramer with Gandhi or some of the other films in the set. That’s not fair. Kramer vs Kramer is an excellent film – should it have won Best Picture? I don’t no – maybe not. But it’s still a terrific film

    As for the price? Well it’s an excellent value. If you bought all these films separately you would be spending at least $130 if not more. I definitely recommend this collection.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. I bought this movie collection as a gift for my wife. It’s an eclectic collection of classic movies, spanning almost 50 years of movie making from 1934 to 1982. There’s something for every movie lover in this collection.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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